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Circa 1800, Dome-top Trunk in dark blue paint. It has handles, hinges, hasp, but no key. Paper label about Sheep inside top lid. Measures 21 1/2" x 13" x 13"
Price: Reg. $495, SALE $325.
19th C miniature blanket box down to original dry red color. Molded front edge. Evidence of earlier snipe hinges on back, but they have been replaced with leather ones long ago. Lovely carved apron on front and sides, square nails and all the desireable folk art goodies. 15 1/2" x 9" x 11"h
Price: Reg. $575. SALE, $375.
American painted lift-top box in yellow paint with green striping. Sectioned top over a dovetailed drawer ending on ball feet. Probably VT or NH, circa 1840. 14"w x 11"d x 5 3/4"h
Price: Reg. $795., SALE $525
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. Natural wood finish with no obvious history of its having been painted. 15"w x 9 1/2"d x 9"h
Price: Reg. $225.; SALE $175.
Folk Art Cigar Box commemorating the Columbian Exposition in 1893, which dovetailed with the Chicago Worlds Fair. The events were huge in their day: lasting 6 months and celebrated by over 27,000,000 people. The Expo celebrated the 400th anniversary of Columbus's arrival in North America. This "Knights of Labor" wooden cigar box has been transformed into an Exposition Stamp Collage Box; beautifully and artistically done in a patriotic motif befitting the occasion and the patriotic fervor of the times. Interior was lined in a red paper which is somewhat frayed.
Price: Reg. $3,600.; SALE $2,400.
19th C hand carved and worked double saltbox with heart - all created from one block of wood. Amazing folk art! 7 1/2"h x 6"w
Price: Reg. $495.; SALE $350.
C. 1800 Small Document Box. Unique multi-piece laid-up domed lid in poplar. Original red wash finish, strong wood grain comes through, cut nails. Measures 16 3/4"w x 8 1/4"h x 7 1/4"d
Price: Regular price:$395.Sale price: $275.
Made from only three pieces of wood; top, bottom, and all sides.... this primitive piece is a beauty. Decorated on front, back and top. Measures 5 1/2“ x 5 3/4” x 11 1/2”h
Price: Regular Price: $450;Sale price: $295
Late 1800's salesman's sample cards in various designs, awards of merit, etc. Imagine the fun of exploring the cards inside to see what was in vogue during the late Victorian era. Exterior of box is enhanced with pyrography. 14 1/2"l x 10 1/2"w x 3 3/4"d
Price: Reg. $195., Sale. $125.
English Tea Caddy with brass inlay and lovely escutcheon. Measures 11"w x 5 1/2"h x 5 1/4"d
Price: Regular Price, $125; Sale Price, $80.
Unique Lone Star treen box with extra special patina. Slide top with room inside box for the tiniest of objects. 2”l
Price: Regular price $95.; Sale price $70.
Beautifully shaped and painted early spice box created from a box labeled "Medal Brand Enamel A, Sanderson & Co, Hull". Each drawer is numbered--all handmade--top shelf over two, and over two more drawers. Whale Tail cutout on top back. Painted with blue striping. 13 3/4"w x 13"h x 4 3/4"d
Price: Regular price $550.; Sale $370.
1840s American wallpaper in a sunflower motif covers this oval trinket box and lid. Sturdy and useful. Interior painted dark blue. 6 1/2" x 4"
Box with early hasp and lock mechanism, (no key). Grain painted sides and bottom; each of these 5 sides painted differently. Top is beautifully decorated with various flowers and leaves. Original brass handle. A very special place in which to store valuables. 16"w x 10"d x 5 1/2"h
Price: Was $750.; Now $500.
Painted and Striped Candle Box with 3 finger grooves.Exterior paint is a very dark blue with white trim. Interior is wallpapered. Signed and dated on bottom, 1846. Perfect size at 8 3/4"w x 4"h x 5 3/4"d
Price: Was $295; now $195.
Lancaster County, PA crib quilt, all handstitched in yellows and reds with calico backing. Expected fading but still vibrant. 35" x 32".
A rare and unusually large ornament from a meat rack, this heavy iron red bull (C,. 1880) was removed from the rack and now mounted on a painted wooden stand. Midwest origin. 11"l x 7"h
Child's Folding Washstand with Wringer. Good display piece. Original paint and still works. Measures 27"l x 21"h
Early wooden spoon rack in original surface. Holds 24 spoons on two levels . Good size and age. Hangers included. Original price $295.
Delicately stitched floral needlework signed and dated, 1868, beautifully framed and stamped on back of frame (made by Willet Hicks, Trenton, NJ). Photos show lighter than in person. Measures: 11' x 11'
Well worn and loved Scottie dog. Glass eyes, button nose and black velvet lined ears. Squeaker long gone but lots of play remains. 10"l
Signed and dated bust of an older and weathered Mark Twain, with his generous moustache and dapper bowtie. Signed M. Robbin, 1968. 4"w x 9 1/2"h x 4 3/4"d
Small footstool with half moon ends. Metal gliders added to feet later. 12 1/2" x 7 1/2" x 6"
Early souvenir tray from Castle Crags, in Northern California near Mt. Shasta. Wild and beautifully painted tray with woven sides ending in braids. 18" x 12" x 1 1/2"
Small stoneware jug with interesting lablel…."Beef, Iron, and Wine" made of what paper remains. Measures 6 3/4" h x 3 1/2" diameter at bottom.
An unknown artist whose subject was a (now) unknown well-dressed young gentleman, seated and with a book. (That book conveyed a sign of intellect and status) Linen matting surrounding portrait. 7 1/4" x 6 1/4"
Old grain-painted and decorated pine wood frame all ready for a special object to surround. 12 1/4" x 9 5/8"
A diminutive Shaker basket made of wood with metal reinforcements and intended to hold berries. C. 1850, measures 3 1/2"d x 3"h
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