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.
Beautiful 17 inch diameter wooden dough bowl slightly out of round measures 4 1/2 inches tall. This bowl has the original dry cream colored paint. It is in very good used condition, no splits no cracks.
Price: $325 + s
These nested Crusie lamps doubled the light potential and caught dripping grease from the top lamp. This lamp was also removable as a portable light. It measures 5 3/4 in. tall and the lamps extend 4 1/ 2 inches long. The wicks are still in the bowl, Great used condition.
Price: $125 includes shipping
This diminutive pierced tin lantern has a punched tin slit decoration, bumped out hinged door with glass panel and hasp closure, leated candle cup with a Tallow candle stub complete and very good condition. It measures 12 inches to the top of the handle, and 4 in. in diameter.
Early lot of German stick leg wooly ship. There are 21 sheep, 2 have only 3 1/2 legs so you might want to take one leg and replace one of the injured legs. The largest one is 5 in. long, one is 4 in. and most are 3 1/2 in. long. One is 2 1/2 in. long but this one has the injured leg as well as one of the 3 1/2 in. sheep. Most have a ribbon collar of light green, red, and dk. green. This is truly a BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL!!
Price: $375 + s
Here is a beautiful painted wooden dough bowl a little out of round from aging. It is 3 1/2 inches high, 13 3/4 to 14 1/2in. in diameter. It has a very early medium blue paint nice and dry. It is in very good used condition with lots of chop mark, but no splits or cracks.
Price: SALE PENDING
Here is a nice 132 inch diameter by 6 in. tall apple green pantry box. This box has the original dry green paint. A large finger decorates the body of the box and a smaller finger the cover. It is in very good used condition. The box is solid with no breaks but a little roughage around the top of the rim under the cover.
Price: SOLD THANK YOU!
This wrought iron utensil holder was meant to hold utensils by the fireplace. It has two spikes which set into the beam. The posts at each end are decorative and are white smithed (I believe that is what you call the decoration impressed into the metal) as well as the bar across the front. It measures 9 1/2 inches from post to post.
Hard to find trammel loom light used to adjust the height of lighting while working on a loom. This light measures 25 inches long not including the double Betty lamp. Along with the Betty lamp is the pick. It is in good used condition.
Price: SOLD THANK YOU!
This small Windsor green painted box is 10 inches wide and 4 1/2 inches tall. The box has snipe hinges and a wire closure. It has old square nails and is in good used condition. I accept checks or money orders and will lay a way. This is a nice box to stack
Here is a nice 15 1/2 in. long blanket box with till in early green paint. The box is 7 in. from front to back and 5 in. deep. It has snipe hinges and butt joints. This box has a small defect on the right atop edge under the cover which I think you can see in the photo. It is very small and not noticeable when the cover is closed.
Price: $250 plus shipping
Here is a wonderful primitive two door wall cupboard in old red paint. The hardware is iron. It is 15 inches tall and 10 inches wide and 6 1/2 inches deep. The inside is painted blue with white hand painted stars. There are no shelves but they would be easy to insert. This piece is heavy but it has a hanger for the wall. Please email me with any questions. I accept lay-a-ways. No international sales please.
Price: SOLD. THANK YOU!
Here is a great 18th C country primitive for your fireplace. The wrought iron toaster revolves so that all sides are cooked. The handle end is called a rat tail. This fireplace toaster measures 13 1/2inches long and 13 inches wide.
Price: $135 includes shipping
Here is a nice size 12 inches long x 8 inches wide, which was used in the 18th C to hold food for cooking in the fireplace just like todays barbeque. It stands on 4 little legs whose ends curl back. It has a hole in the lollipop handle presumably for hanging when hot in use. Great little piece of country primitives.
Price: $110 shipping included
Here is a 19th C forged miners or sticking Tommy candle holder with hook for hooking it over a chair back. It is in very good used condition. Shipping inc.
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