Fox Hollow Antiques
Hi, and welcome to foxhollows online antique shop. I have been in this wonderful business since the mid 1980s. After years in an open shop I enjoyed setting up at various shows, my most favorite being Heart of Country. This venue will be a new way for me to continue being a part of something I truly enjoy. I'm drawn to an item by its form, patina and its construction. Knowing the history of a piece makes it even better. I will do my best to accurately describe an item and if you are not 100% happy with your purchase I will accept its return within a three day period for the full price less shipping charge. A reasonable offer on an item will be taken into consideration and I will happily put it in layaway for 3 months. I will accept a personal check but it must clear before your purchase is mailed. I will also accept PayPal. Thank you and enjoy your visit. SALE GOING ON,,,,PLEASE HAVE A LOOK !!!
Very early soapstone buggy carriage foot warmer with a metal bail and in its original wooden sleeve with drilled holes to let the heat out. The soapstone would be placed in the embers to heat then placed in the sleeve to be put on the floor of the buggy for warmth.
Price: 175.00 plus shipping
This American work sampler on homespun linen dates to 1820-1840. It is a practice piece by a young girl. Not sure of the age of the frame but it works well with the sampler.
Price: 325.00 plus shipping
This is such a sweet metal toy wash stand with all original paint intact. The bowl and pitcher are in wonderful condition and paint. There is also a place for the hand towel.
Price: 185.00 plus shipping SALE: 155.00 plus shipping
Not sure what this toy was called at the time of production...I want to call it a teeter-todder toy. Whatever it was named, it's a neat vintage toy with great original paint.
Price: 125.00 plus shipping
This crock dates between 1858-1894 when Norton was producing pottery in Worcester, MA. This beautiful stoneware crock has a semi-rounded rim and applied lug handles. It is decorated with a cobalt slip-trailed design of a bird on a leaf. There are no visible cracks.
Price: 395.00 plus shipping
This is a great tiny basket from my collection. The splints, handle hoop and ribs are all hand cut. There are no breaks and it is in fine condition. I can see a faint residue of red stain on some of the weavers. It measures 2 1/4" dia x 1 1/8" to top of rim x 2 1/8" to top of handle. Glad to send more pics on request.
Price: 225.00 sale: 195.00
Each basket was constructed using the rib and woven splint technique. A vertical hoop was used to form the handle and the bottom with the finer machine made splints woven around the ribs. I believe these were made 1970s to 1980s. The largest measures 1 3/4" dia x 1" to top of rim x 2" to top of handle, middle basket measures 1 1/2" dia. x 7/8" to rim x 1 1/2" to top of handle. smallest measures 1" dia x 3/4" to top of rim x 1 1/8" to top of handle. sold as a set but if there is enough interest to break up the set, then I will consider that option. I have individual pics on request..I've had these in my collection since the 1980s.
Price: 475.00 sale: 325.00
1st edition book authored by Dorita Coleman Williams and Nathan Harsh printed in 1988. This hardcover book is in very good to fine condition but the dust cover is damaged. The authors take you on a furniture journey of Tennessee through 1850.
Price: 325.00 plus 4.00 shipping
This varnished salt box dates to the late 1800 - early 1900. The maker took great care in the construction to create a piece that looks like a buffet. The one drawer at top and the two below are carved into the box and the pulls are small pegs. The top is not hinged. On the side panels there remains the grain painting using the combing technique. It measures 51/4 inches to the top of the scalloped back splash, 3 inches deep and 6 inches wide. Tiny nails were used throughout construction. This piece is very well made and in pristine condition.
Price: 495.00 sale: 395.00 plus shipping
Believed to be late 1800s made by the Kestner doll company. This 22 inch porcelain head doll with a composition body has stationary deep blue eyes and an open mouth with 4 porcelain teeth. She has dark brown hair and is wearing her original clothes and shoes. There are a few areas with some crackling on the body. One area on the back of the neck has been repaired. The markings on the back of the neck are hard to make out. inscribed there is j n ll...also written is either Shinffer or Sharffer. If the country of origin had been inscribed then one could place the date of the doll later. I have more pics if you would like to see them.
Price: 495.00 sale: 350.00
The two cups that have cobalt blue stripes are sold. The brown glazed cup is not signed and it has traces of wax on the inside due to candle use.
Price: 35,00 plus shipping
This slate chalk board measures 12” by 9” and had leather repairs on one side.
Price: SOLD, thank you
Small 3 sided wooden tray... the wear in the center indicates it was used mainly for chopping veggies. The screws were used later to secure the sides to the base and have been there a long time. Otherwise there are a few early small cut nails... measures 14 inches across the front and 11 inches across the back..
Price: SOLD, thank you
Neat 19th c. peg rack with newer creamy mustard paint. The pegs are all hand whittled and mortised through the back plate. Measures 17 1/2 inches wide by 3 inches tall...
Price: 145.00 plus shipping Sale: 115.00
Stoneware jug with a cobalt blue stylized pine tree design was made in the mid 1860s and stamped N.A. WHITE & SON UTICA N. Y. This family owned pottery business was closed in 1907. 11 1/2 h and 7 inch diameter at bottom..excellent condition.
Price: SOLD, thank you
Great design with the horse in the center of roses, ribbons and horseshoes around the edges. I don't know the textile artist of this well designed and beautifully executed rug. I purchased it in the 1980s and is still in pristine condition. It measures 35 inches long by 23 1/2 inches tall.
Price: 250.00 plus shipping
This wonderful " Heart in Hand" wool hooked rug by Pat Hornafius has been in my collection since the mid 1980s. Because of our move and less wall space I have to, reluctantly, let it go. It measures 36 inches long by 21 inches high and is signed PH in the bottom right corner. It has no issues and is as beautiful today as it was when I purchased it. Pat is also an author of two books on design and technique for hooking rugs and has been recognized as a gifted textile artist. She resides in PA today.
Price: SOLD, thank you
This tin sander was used to dust the freshly written note so the ink would not smear. This item would be found on many desk..this one I think was produce in the 1800s.
Price: SOLD, thank you
Neat bucket with a hand wrought swing handle. It measures 16 inches high to the top of the handle and 8 inches high to the rim with a diameter of 8 1/2 X 8 inches . It's in very good condition with the staves fairly tight and the branches wrapped securely around the body of bucket. I've noticed a faint smell of pine tar.
Price: 395.00 plus shipping....SALE : $ 295.00.00
No issues here for this pristine 2 handled basket. The splints on sides are in their original soldier blue and bittersweet paint and the weavers are natural in color. The hand carved handles are securely woven into the sides. It measures 4 inches to top of basket and 5 inches to top of handles and 9 1/2 in. in diameter. Bottom measures 6 X 6 1/2 inches. All weavers are intact, no breakage.
Price: 425.00 plus shipping.....SALE : $ 350.00
This is a crudely carved primitive duck decoy that is weighted and signed D.LYONS. It measures 14 inches long.
Price: Sold, Thank you
Two for the price of one working, early fish decoys with metal fins..., one brownish red, the other blue with yellow fins. They are not signed and both are weighted
Price: 110.00 plus shipping, best price
This early window pane patterned lindsey Woolsey blanket is in wonderful condition with a small patch on one corner as shown and is seamed down the middle. It measures 68 inches wide by 80 inches long. The colors are navy blue and creamy white.
Price: 225.00 plus shipping
This New England foot stool measures 12 inches wide by 8 1/2 inches deep by 4 3/4 inches tall. The original dark brown paint is worn in all the right places. There is an opening at the top for carry. It is constructed with canted sides and. tiny cut nails.
Price: 150.00 plus shipping
A rare find: a beautiful hand made Boy Scouts of America canvas bag with embroidered symbols and metals. It is well made with an intact lining and pocket inside. There is a brass button missing on the front flap. Made in the 1940s there is some fading but all in all a beautiful patriotic tribute to the scouts and America. More pics available upon request.
Price: 325.00 includes shipping SALE: 250
A complete set of the toy...ten pin....with 4 balls...The colors are still bright and the pins are in great condition.
Price: 250.00 includes shipping
This wonderful flag was made in the WWI to WWII time frame and was possibly made from a kit. It is in excellent condition with no tears or thread loss. The colors are vivid and please notice the stars which are flower-like in shape and are crocheted through. It measures 23 inches in width and 41 inches in length. A little history: The 48 star flag became official in 1912 when New Mexico and Arizona became states.
Price: 925.00........Sale 725.00 plus shipping
This is a great primitive for your collection. I do not know the wood it was carved from but it is carved as one piece including the handles. There is a hairline crack running through one handle down about 8 inches. The overall length of the trencher is 25 inches and that includes the handles. The width is 12 1/2 inches and it is 3 1/2 inches high. There are traces of black paint.
Price: 175.00.....Sale 135.00 plus shipping
Handle-less cup with saucer hand painted using strong red, green and blue in the Adam Rose pattern. I have four cups and saucers available. There are a few tiny chips hardly noticeable on the rim of cup, no cracks but as in this tableware made in the mid to late 1800s the kiln marks are noticeable. There are no markings on the bottom.
Price: Each set ( cup and saucer ) is $ 45.00 plus shipping
I have 5 of these wonderful soup bowls. Each are marked with the made in Belgium logo on the bottom and measure 11 inches across. The colors of red, green and blue are bold using the technique of " stick spatter" and hand painted leaves and flowers on a white soft paste ceramicware. This type of tableware was made for the vast market in Europe and America in the mid to late 1800s. There are no chips or cracks but as in this type of ceramicware the kiln marks are noticeable.
Price: Each: $ 95.00 plus shipping and insurance .... SET of five: $ 425.00
This utilitarian tableware, Adam Rose, was made in the late 1800s to satisfy a vast market in Europe and America. Bold colors of red, blue and green were hand painted on a white soft paste china in the folky rose and leaf pattern. I have 11 plates measuring 9 1/4 inches. There are no chips or cracks but as in most of these pieces the kiln marks are evident. No markings....each plate is $ 40.00, plus shipping
Price: 40.00 each plus shipping
I say well loved and used because the bowl of the trencher is as smooth as glass. There were handles but have been lost over the years of use and there is a hole for hanging it out of the way. I've noticed one tiny crack that has been secured with a square-head nail, hardly noticeable. This trencher measures 26 inches long by 13 1/2 inches wide by 3 1/2 inches high. Such a neat primitive.
Price: 135.00 plus shipping
Nicely carved toy horse on a platform with wheels. It measures from head to tail 6 inches and from ears to bottom of wheels 7 1/2 inches. The platform on which it is secured by small nails measures 7 by 3 inches. The two back wheels are damaged as is the horses right hoof. I would date this carving to late 1800s or early 1900s.
Price: 95.00 plus shipping
This wonderful basket measures 12 1/2 inches in across the opening and is 11 inches to top of handle. It is in excellent condition with just a few weavers broken on the bottom. The handle is secured going all the way around body of basket. You can see that wires (which are now rusted with age) were placed where the handle meets the rim for added strength. This basket was never painted, it has a beautiful patina.
Price: 150.00 plus shipping
This is a most excellent early painted basket. It measures 11 inches across the opening and is approximately 9 inches high to top of handle. Weavers are intact with a few broken at the rim and the handle is secured all the way around. The sage green paint is original to the basket.
Price: sold... thank you
smallest c. 1893 and covered with blue and white early homespun..35.00....middle c. 1900, covered with early brown and red homespun...45.00....largest c. 1929, covered with early blue (faded) calico..sold......free shipping..... Please message me for more info and pics
Price: check description for pricing....thanks
This heavy hand wrought iron candle holder was made for a particular purpose given the way it was constructed. Notice the spike which could be driven into rock or wood and the base with one side squared off. Also it was made to have the ability to raise or lower the candle. Great piece measuring 6 1/2 " tall. Other pics available if interested.
Price: 135.00 plus shipping SALE: 95.00
This had to have been well loved and used as indicated by the worn surface. Over the years it has developed a crack that runs a little beyond half way starting at the spout end. There is also a wire around the spout area for hanging out of the way. The back shows the hand carved shape. It measures from the tip of spout to the tip of handle 25 1/2 " X roughly 8 1/2 " X 4 1/2" H
Price: 110.00 plus shipping
This mid to late 19th century candle box is constructed with small nails and is slightly canted with traces of bittersweet paint. The height to the top of the handle is 13 inches and at the top of the opening it measures 7 inches deep and 6 1/2 inches wide.
Price: 215.00 plus shipping SALE: $ 115.00
This early lidded basket, most likely Indian and from the NE area, is nicely woven with just a few of the oak splints broken , a few on the corner of the lid and another on the bottom. The colors on this basket have soften to a muted green, brown and natural hue. There is a small stain inside on the bottom. The basket measures 9" long X 5" wide X 6" tall. I have more pics available if needed.
Price: 450.00 includes shipping...SALE: $375.00
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