Hickory Hill Antiques
I have been collecting and selling quality country American antiques since 1982 and specialize in painted smalls, stoneware, textiles, baskets, weathervanes, hearth iron, and lighting. My love of antiques takes me to New England often and I participate in antiques shows in various parts of the country. Many years ago we were excited to have our house featured on the cover of the Jan. 1984 Country Living Magazine and to be included in Tina Woltman’s beautiful recent book “An Early Christmas”. I guarantee my items, accept payment by check, and layaway is available. Returns in original condition are accepted within 7 days of delivery and purchase price (less shipping + insurance) will be refunded in full. I hope you will enjoy my site and please call or email with any questions.
Wonderful 19th century hanging wall box in original Indian red paint with lollipop hanger. Old, tight age split across the front, otherwise in excellent condition. Would look great with leather books, candles, flax, etc. Measures 9" wide x 8" deep x 12" to top of lollipop.
Price: SOLD - Thank you!
An early maple mortar and pestle in original surface. It has incised rings on the exterior and turnings visible at the top of the interior, nice turnings on the base. There are no splits in the mortar and two very short, tight cracks at top of pestle, otherwise excellent condition. The pestle is original to the mortar. Measures 7" high.
Price: 210 + shipping
Rather than throw away a broken goblet, it became a make-do pin cushion with four old fabrics. In very nice condition with the exception of a tiny hole in the back. It measures 4 1/2" tall.
Price: 79 + shipping
This is an unusual covered "pie" basket with exuberant free-hand decoration. It is in excellent condition, dates to the 19th century, and the base measures 8 1/2" square x 13" to the top of the handle.
Price: 275 + shipping
A lovely blue and brown calico hand-quilted petticoat with gray-blue satin lining and satin binding along the bottom. Circa 1820-40. Some slight damage to the bottom binding, otherwise in excellent condition. Would be very nice on a peg rack and measures 33" in length.
Price: SOLD-Thank you
This fabulous hand-turned bowl is footed, has a lip on the rim, and is a beautiful deep butterscotch color - natural not paint. It has seen much use resulting in a satin smooth exterior, darkened interior, and great shrinkage. The condition is excellent with no cracks and it measures 3" deep x 8 3/4" and 9 1/4" in diameter.
Price: 495 + Shipping
Watercolor of a gentleman c. 1830 in old frame. Good color and nice detailing, signed Joseph Inshaw. Measures 6" high x 5" wide. (Blue spot is a reflection.)
Price: 220 + Shipping
Not only is this oval tin tinder box a rare shape, but it's in old red paint. It includes flint and a striker, has wonderful patina and condition, and dates to early 19th century. A great addition to a lighting collection.
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