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A7143- This early redware ring flask is profusely decorated with manganese splotches. There is only minor wear to the spout, no chips, cracks or restoration. 8 1/4” X 7 1/2” X 1 1/2”
Price: 1750.00 shipping cost included
A6204- Paperwork which came with this piece attributes it to Jersey City Pottery, probably mid 19th century. There is overall staining but there are no cracks, chips or repairs. There is some very slight wear to the edges from age and use as expected. H 6” X D 4 3/4” diameter including the handle is 6 1/4”
Price: 135.00 Shipping is free
A-7154 This 19th century clyster syringe consists of a pewter body with a wooden plunger. It has minor wear consistent with it’s age and use. 9” long X 1 1/2” Dia.
Price: 50.00 with no cost shipping
A5009- This19th century heart shaped pincushion is made of leather and fabric. It has some wear and damage (the bow on the bottom, the center cushion and the binding of the edge) due to age and use. Over all this item is still very attractive and colorful. It would be a very nice addition to anyone’s collection of sewing accessories.It measures 6 1/2” X 6” wide and is1” thick
Price: 475.00 shipping cost included
F2138- 19th century lady’s velvet pocket is reminiscent of a crazy quilt. It is in excellent condition with only a small amount of wear on the edge. 13” X7”
Price: 150.00 SHIPS FOR FREE
A6435-Ca.1835 hollow cut silhouette. This piece has some minor staining at the bottom and a couple of wrinkles on the right and left sides but still has a very good look. It is mounted in a brass frame which is in excellent condition. The watercolor enhancements are a nice touch. 4” X 3 1/4”
Price: 115.00 INCLUDES SHIPPING
A6178- Two very small cased butter prints. They are both in very good condition. One is a rose, the other is a star. Smaller is 2 7/8” X 1 3/8” larger is 3 1/2” X 1 5/8” The star is the larger of the two
Price: 50.00 FOR BOTH AND AS USUAL FREE SHIPPING
A6409- This early maple scoop has a wonderful patina and feel. It shows wear commensurate with its age and use but overall very nice condition. 7 3/4” X 3 1/2”
Price: 125.00 SHIPS AT NO COST
A6128- This dog has some issues but is still kind of sweet. The left front leg is repaired and there is wear on the high points. However in its defense the bellows seems to be original and it still barks. 4 1/2” high X 4” wide X 1 3/4” deep
Price: 150.00 SHIPPING IS FREE
A6418- This cat does show its age (especially the bellows) but is still a worthy addition to a collection. It doesn’t squeak but the mouth still opens and closes. Note the baby next to the bowl. 3 1/2” high X 3” wide X 2” deep
Price: 250.00 SHIPPING IS FREE
A6368- Coin silver sugar tongs made by Thomas Foster, Newburyport, MA. Ca. 1820. Condition is very nice with a small amount of wear due to age and use. 6 1/2” X 2 1/4 X 1”
Price: 110.00 NO CHARGE FOR SHIPPING
A7143- This turned walnut salt dish is in excellent condition with wonderful patina and color. There is a tiny notch on the bottom edge (see third picture.) The bottom has a piece of well worn velvet to protect the surface of the table. The diameter is 3 1/2” and the height is2 3/4”
Price: 115.00 PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING
A6609- We are offering a pair of Native American beaded gauntlets. They are in good condition with a small amount of wear and bead loss. About 2”of the lining of the right hand has separated from the leather. The lining is polished pink cotton. I think they date to sometime in the early 20th century. It looks like they would fit an average size woman or a teenage child. They measure 13 1/2”X 8 1/2” not including the fringe. More pics if you need them.
Price: 165.00 FREE SHIPPING
A7186- This sweet little bent wood box is in excellent condition with only slight wear from use and age. The natural color and patina are beautiful. 3 3/4” W X 2 3/4” D X 1 3/8” H
Price: 250.00 FREE SHIPPING
A5658a- This tin grease lamp is in very good, pretty much as found condition, including grease residue. It has some rust and a few minor dents but overall it’s in very nice condition. The base diameter is 6 1/2” the height is 6 1/8” ex. Linda & Dennis Moyer
Price: 195.00 FREE SHIPPING 😊
A6625- Shaker made tiger maple and pine oval pantry box. The only issue is some damage to one end of the top (see pics) and the expected wear from use and age. 9” W X 6 1/4” D X 3 3/4” H
Price: 435.00 FREE SHIPPING
A5768- 19th century lignum vitae. This container was used to hold a sizable amount of snuff. It has a small opening at the top for pouring small amounts of snuff into boxes for personal use. The finial at the top has been broken and glued back together and there are minor age cracks to both covers. Other than that it’s in nice condition. 12 1/4” X 4 3/4” at the base.
Price: 210.00 FREE SHIPPING
A7179-These two 19th century sponge decorated wooden shakers are not quite a pair due to a small size difference. They measure 1 11/16” X 4 1/2” tall and 1 15/16” X 4 3/4” tall. The condition of both is excellent with only very minor wear and no chips, cracks or repairs.
Price: 375.00 FREE SHIPPING
A6666- This set of three pottery jars (ironstone I think) all have labels, two of which seem to be in Spanish. Two of them are in excellent condition with no damage. The other has a very tiny chip on the lip and som minor roughness on the edge of the top. None of the damage is visible when on display. More pics are available. 7” X 3 3/4”
Price: 150.00 free shipping
A6318- This wood and glass inkwell has the label of S.Silliman & Co. Chester, Conn. It is in very good condition overall for it’s age. There is appropriate wear to the stenciled decoration and finish. The top is heavily ink stained from long term use. 5 1/4” X 3 1/4”
Price: 185.00 shipping is free
A6693- This blown glass storage jar is in excellent condition with only a few minor scratches and a tin lid which is discolored due to age. The bottom shows the expected wear from years of use . 5 1/4”Dia. X 6 5/8” Tall
Price: 95.00 free shipping
A-7075- Late 18th- early 19th century pewter porringer. Probably made in Rhode Island. This piece is in very good condition with only minor pitting and scratching and one very small dent near bottom. Measures 7 3/4”x 2 1/8”
Price: 145.00....SALE $125.00 free shipping
A5631- One quart “Union and Clasped Hand” flask. GXII-1 Nice aqua color and excellent condition with some appropriate high point and base wear. There is some sediment in the bottom which I haven’t tried to clean. No chips, cracks or repairs.
Price: 110.00 free shipping
A6494- early redware pitcher with manganese decoration. Very good condition for it’s age with some wear and small chips around the rim. No cracks or repairs. 5 3/4” H X 5 1/2 W at handle
Price: 160.00 free shipping
A7163- This early 19th century Staffordshire pearlware plate has a blue edge with 4 color flower and leaf decoration. It is in excellent condition with some light utensil wear. No chips, cracks or repair. Ca 1820 8 3/4” Dia.
Price: 375.00 free shipping
A7161- Historical blue Staffordshire toddy plate. States pattern. “Clews Staffordshire” impressed mark on back. There are 2 tiny nicks the foot rim. No cracks or major chips. No repair. 5 11/16” Dia.
Price: 175.00 free shipping
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