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Early 1800s unmarked set for 2 of 6 pieces total: cups, saucers, cake plates. UK origin, fine condition. Tea cake plates are 8 1/2" in diameter.
Price: 125.00 set
Early pair of Pennsylvania kissing birds gaily painted and decorated on chalk. They are set upon what appears to be a tree stump. Expected wear and some loss of paint. Underneath is written a capital E in pencil. Such a romantic gift. 4"l x 1 1/4"w x 2 1/2"h
A lovely and delicate vintage floral plate in colorful flowers and leaves. Excellent condition. 8 1/2"diameter
Late 1800s Stick Spatterware floral design plate in purple with green. Excellent Condition. 8 1/2" d
Price: 160.00 each or both for $280.
Late 1800s Stick Spatterware floral design plate in green with purple. Excellent condition. 8 1/2" d
Price: 160.00 each or both for $280.
Late 1800s Holly pattern stick spatterware plate in purple and green. Excellent condition. 7 1/2" d
Dark brown marked Shaker footstool. Label underneath, "Shaker Trademark Mt. Lebanon, N.Y." Early 1900s. Slightly sloped toward the seat. 13"l x 11"w x 6"h at the highest.
A Victorian beauty, this pure white ironstone strainer at the end of a beautifully turned wooden handle. Imagine pouring tea with such delicate beauty. 9"l x 3"w
The wooden frame of this Shaker Style footstool is painted a pleasant green and the newer tape top is off white and tan. Expected wear. 11 1/4"l x 9"w x 10"h.
Very early redware bowl, decorated with a single bird amidst flowers and leaves. Hole for hanging. This one is stellar and in fine condition. 8 5/8"d x 2 1/2"deep
A delicate 9"diameter flow blue plate on white. Fine condition. There is a slight curve to the edge. Very lovely
Red, white, and blue honey or jam pot with wooden lid and knob. Tiny holes at top so that the pot may be hung to keep insects away. Fine condition. 3 1/4"d x 5 1/2"h
Three piece sauce tureen in the blue willow design. England, 1860. Fine condiltion. 7 1/2"l x 5 1/2"w x 5 1/2"h.
Made of maple wood with an easy to use handle, this print is engraved with a lovely cluster of grapes. 3"h
Painted and Striped Candle Box with 3 finger grooves. Interior is wallpapered. Signed and dated on bottom, 1846. 8 3/4"w x 4"h x 5 3/4"d
Beautifully finished inside and out. Inside is covered in multi-colored print, while exterior sports a large leather handle attached to the top with studs, hasp and lock, key missing. Notice Initials "H and C" under hasp. 15"w x 9 1/2"d x 9"h. Originally $250.00
Price: SALE: $175.00
Large tramp art box as found, There is a missing corner of the top but otherwise, in fine condition. Inside there is a notable front page photo of the piece on an edition of the "New York Pennsylvania Collector" monthly newspaper. 18 1/2"l x 12"w x 11"h.
American Folk carving of a woman. Some paint remains, nailed arms and applied stand. C 1930, Tennessee origin. Measures 8"h x 2"w
Cast iron Rebekah Lodge doorstop. National Foundry #81. Crescent moon with 7 stars and a bird in flight. Odd Fellow logo is known as the 3 link fraternity which stands for Friendship, Love, and Truth. The R represents the daughters of the lady's auxilliary of the International Order of the Odd Fellows. Very Collectible. 6"l x 7 1/2"h
Handmade and painted match holder in a variation on the heart and shield theme. Tiny figure of a man applied to the shield. 6 1/2"h x 3"w
A single chunky piece of wood has been used to create this scoop. Oral tradition claims it to be Shaker in origin. There is a very deep and thick bowl with a short handle and a sharp but deep hook on the end for a good grip and to hang. 8 1/2"l x 5 1/2"w
Authentic Shaker small three finger oval pantry box. Very fine condition and with all the expected Shaker details. 4 1/2"l x 3"w x 1 3/4"h. JUST REDUCED
Price: Now, $450.00
Darner with label and patent (Harley's Complete Darner), 1874. Three pieces, thread holder and string hole, handle, and container for needles. Beautiful and smooth patina. 5 3/4"l x 2"w
This is the largest pin cushion with this design that we have ever seen. At 16"l, it is made of strips of heavy cotton in red, white, and blue with white stitching. A small faded label identifies the maker, in clear printing, as Rachel Hart. Oral history states the origin as the North Shore of Long Island, New York.
19th C Reversible pin cushion in the six pointed star design. One side has a red and black wool cover and the reverse is yellow and green cotton. Summer/winter? 6"l
Early PA Painted Storage Box with double snipe hinges. Decorated with swags and leaves in red, green and yellow on four sides (including top). Check hardware. Measures 25 1/2" x 13" x 10". Regular price: $575.00
Price: Sale Price: $450.00
This pine "anywhere" shelf was hand crafted in the late 1800's. unusual design on the back giving more visual interest. Measures 22"h x 13"w x 9"d
This redware apple bank is in its original deep red paint and perfectly shaped to resemble a fruit ready to eat. These banks were difficult to find since the only way to retrieve saved money was to crack them open. This one is 3"diameter x 2 1/2"h
A true-to-life size redware bank depicting a yellow pear is yours to have and never open since you would have to break it to retrieve money. Measures 2 3/4" diameter x 4 1/2"h
Oral history is that lacemaking started many centuries ago and made its way to the UK before the industrial revolution. Started there as a craft where men, women, and children did the work to supplement the family income. Later women and children worked the craft until it was more economical to procuce it by machine. Workers personalized their bobbins by adding beads for weight and by carving some to designate certain designs. These bobbins originated in the Northamptonshire area of England. There are 12 different bobbins in this lot; 4 beaded ones and 8 carved ones along with 2 Pattern Prickings which were used to create designs. Beaded bobbins are 4 3/4"h and plain ones are 4"h.
Price: 75.00 the set, container not included in price
Early Americana depicted in this folk art miniature house with a detachable roof with chimney and the name, EZRA painted in red on a dark green roof. House is painted mustard yellow with painted doors and windows and has a deck with an enclosure. Very folky and primitive. 10"l x 7"w x 8"h
This early Buttocks Basket is accurate in its scaled down version of a regular size one, although far more difficult to create. 4"w x 3"l x 3 1/4"h at handle
Rare 1700's butter stamp with different designs on each of 2 ends. A good way to save wood with double the designs. The patina on this wood is amazing. Tapered bottom on 1 side. This piece has seen hundreds of years of use. 2"l x 4 1/2"h
19th C Treen butter print with a heart in the center and six stars in a circle around it, outlined by chip carving. 4" Diameter x 7/8"d
Antique tri-fold shaving mirror with beveled glass, William Morris inspired pattern on the backs. Beautiful wood frame with metal hardware. ***There is no crack in any of the mirrors. 26 1/2" x 10 1/2"h open, 9" x 10 1/2" closed.
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