Lynne Nelson Antiques
I have been buying and selling 18th and 19th century country antiques for approximately 35 years concentrating in early paint, iron, lighting, and items to be found in the early kitchen. For the past several years I have shown in the Nan Gurley antique shows.
This early pantry box is in its original sage green paint with paint wear throughout. This thick wooden box is 10 1/4 inches in diameter and 5 1/2 inches tall. It is in very good used condition with a nice tight seam. Please email me if you would like more photos or shipping costs.
Here are 5 vintage clothespins with the metal band at the top. They are all 6 inches or slightly more long. They look to be in good used condition.
This wonderful early 19th century iron utensil rack has a nice heart decoration at the top. It has 5 iron hooks with the center one larger than the the outer two. It is 14 inches long and nearly 6 inches from top to bottom. This is a great piece to hold either kitchen utensils or hearth utensils. It is in very good condition with surface rust and a minor repair to the pin ? or rivet ? that holds one of the end hooks. The repair is on the back side and very sturdy. Please email me if you would like more pics. Shipping is included.
This wooden candle dipping rack circa 1750-1800 has a grid-type frame that allowed more candles per dipping. The rack was suspended between two chairs as shown in George Neumans book Early American Antique Country Furnishings. 1650-1800's. It measures 23 inches long by 11 inches wide There are 6 sections and each is tenoned into the side pieces which are tapered.
Price: $ 375
This is a beautiful wrought iron antique Menorah holding 7 candles. It is 25 1/2 " wide and 18 " tall at its highest point. It is in very good condition with the exception of one candle holder (the piece that you put the candle in) , the very last holder on the left (facing it). This holder is missing. The base is intact so I put a little candle wax on the center of the base and stuck the candle to it. This works very well. You can barely tell that this piece is missing. Please email me if you need more pictures.
Price: 135 Shipping included
These Oval pantry boxes measuring 6 1/2" and 6" long were made in the late 19th or early 20th century. They are in their natural finish with no vanish, They have black steel tacks and black steel points. They are both in very good used condition with no wood loss. The larger box has a paper label on it but it is not readable. The second picture of the inside lids and body of the boxes show the difference in coloring under the lids (at the top edges of the box) which depicts the fact that they are indeed antique and the cover was on for a very long time. Usually these boxes held spices so you can see why the cover was kept on. They are being sold as a pair. Shipping is included.
Price: SOLD THANK YOU!!
This 19th century foot warmer is in the original green paint. It has the original insert inside which held the embers or coal. It is in good condition with normal paint loss but no breaks, The door works as it was designed to. It has a wire carrying handle on the top. It measures 9 inches wide, 7 1/2 in. front to back and it is 5 1/2" high.
Price: $110 Free shipping
This tin traveling lantern is similar to the famous 19th century Stevens Traveling Lantern. The top of the lantern folds back to revel the cup like base with a handle. This base has the adjustable wick and area to fill with oil. The front of the top slides up to allow the light to be adjusted. It is 7 inches tall a d 2 1/2 inches from front to back. It is in good used condition,
Price: $65 plus shipping
This iron crown with several hooks for hanging birds or as used today hanging pots measures 13 1/2 inches in diameter and is 12 inches tall which includes the hanger at the top. It has 4 hooks which are fixed, one on each vertical band and 4 double hooks which fit around the bottom of the crown and are movable. It has a little surface rust but not noticeable. This is a nice 18th century piece which is quite difficult to find. This was purchased at auction.
Price: $150 (SALE $135 Free Shipping)
This is a beautiful example of a tinned sconce which hung on the wall in the 18th century home to support candles and reflect their light circa 1780. This sconce has a beautiful crimped rounded top and a punched shield design just under the hanging hole in the center of the line embossed back piece. The candle socket is cleated through the bottom of the sconce. It measures 14 inches in height and 4 1/2 inches wide. Please email me at email@example.com if you have any questions or would like more photos. I accept personal check, money order, and Paypal. Shipping is exact cost of postage.
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