Randi Ona Antiques
For the past 30 years, early American antiques have been my passion. My focus is on textiles, portraits and silhouettes, lighting, and appropriate accessories in original surface and condition. I am always happy to provide additional information and photos. I hope you will enjoy these items as much as I have. Please also visit my website . . . ..https://www.onaantiques.com . There you will find a selection of choice early American pieces, as well as payment/shipping/return policies. Please note my new email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Candlestick, 18th century, tin. It has a cleated base and chair hook. The push-up works. In excellent condition. Dimensions: height 6"; diameter of base 3.75"
This Penny Rug from PA is in perfect condition. Pennies are in red and shades of blue. All hand sewn on to a muslin backing. Visually stricking! Professionally mounted to hang either vertically or horizontally. Dimensions: 48’ x 23”.
This is a nice, early bottle doll. She has button eyes and her mouth is embroidered. Her hoop earrings match her beaded necklace. The dress is original and wonderful. Bodice has an applied collar with lace trim; the skirt is gathered and has applied trim on the botton. The sleeves are gathered and have lace at the cuffs. Underneath the dress is a linen petticoat. She wears a black and white kerchief. She is a full-bodied gal, stuffed in all the right places. A good sized bottle doll at 16.5" tall.
19th century dome-top box. Painted dark red with overvarnish. Lock plate has an interesting etched design. The box is dovetailed with some early square nails on the bottom. The original vapor barrier is complete and in place. In amazing condition, not split across the top as many early dome top boxes are. Dimensions: 11.75" x 6" x 4.75".
This Black bottle doll is 19th century. She has a lovely embroidered face and astrakan hair. Her dress is wool with contrasting collar and cuffs. She sports a neckerchief with a red rick-rack border. She is 15.5" tall.
Unfortunately, after telling me three weeks ago that she mailed the check, the buyer of this tape loom reneged. So it is now available. This early, whale end tape loom is made of pine. It is hand carved; there are whittle marks on the sides. It's a great, large size that looks very sculptural hanging on the wall. In great condition! Dimensions: 23" x 10".
A sweet, early Amish fabric bird. Body is a blue and white plaid that is faded so that the blue looks grey. The eyes and top of the head are embroidered. In good condition. Dimensions: 4" long, 2" tall.
Price: Sale Pending
Holbrook's watercolors are rather rare. Although he was active only from 1830-1831, he had a distinctive style. His faces were painted in gouache, the women wore combs in their hair and usually wore drop earrings. This one has the initials H.H.W., most likely the sitters initials. The image in in very good condition. The frame looks period, may be original. Dimensions: sight 2.75" x 4", frame 4.75" x 6".
Price: Sale Pending
A very nice roll-up, all hand sewn. Early printed and rolled cottons. The reverse is a beautiful and vibrant blue print. In very good condition. Dimensions: 12.5" x 5". The 2nd photo of the blue back does not have a white mark on it, it's from the photo program and since I'm a luddite I can't make it go away!
Early English soft paste child's Robinson Crusoe dish. Octogonal shape, very strong graphics and good colors. In excellent condition . . .no chips, cracks, etc. Dimensions: 5.75" x 5.75".
An early New England doll quilt - excellent design and construction. Fabrics are ca.1860. Design consists of 9 patchwork squares interspersed with blue floral and patterned squares and triangles. The piece is bound with brown and off-white plaid; a ruffle in the same plaid is on three sides. The ruffle has a couple of minor splits in the gathererd fabric. This is a very beautiful piece. Dimensions: 16.5" x 15.5".
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