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 early artifacts. 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
This is a pair of miniature chests of drawers. They are not antique, but are antique looking. Grain painted with black trim. Two drawers) with little wood knobs. Nicely scalloped backsplash. I have been using them as jewelry boxes for about 10 years. In excellent condition. Dimensions: width 5.5"; height 5"; height w/backsplash 7.25"; depth 3.25".
A 19th century tin sconce in red painted surface. It has a crimped top and the candle cup is cleated. Rare to find one in original painted surface! Dimensions: height 13" x width 3".
This small, early book is a wage calculator. It is covered in a brown plaid fabric that is hand stitched onto the book. In great condition, other than minor edge wear. Dimensions: 3" x 5.25".
This is a early cloth doll with painted blue eyes and pink lips. She has real hair with a taffeta bow. Her dress is a blue plaid taffeta dress; the pocket is ruffled and has decorative rosettes attached on her pocket and sleeves. Underneath her dress she wears a sweater, slip, and pantaloons. And the best green leather Mary Jane styles shoes! She bends at the hips and knees so she sits well. Aside from some tattering to the back of her sleeves (which happens over time to fragile fabrics), she is in wonderful condition. This very special girl stands 21” tall. More photos available.
Early Black cloth doll in excellent condition. She has a embroidered face and a very pleasant expression. Her sassy hat is sateen with a velvet border and bow. She wears layers of original clothes . . . a drawstring blouse, a brown twill skirt, beige printed cotton petticoat, and eyelet pantaloons. She's firmly stuffed, and bends at the hips so she sits nicely. More photos available. Height: 20".
Price: Sale Pending
Sweet little bench in the best apple green paint over the original red. Decorative carving on one side of the apron and on the legs. Top shows natural surface. A great display piece for smalls, dolls, etc. In excellent condition. More photos available. Dimensions: 28.5" x 7.25" x 12.5".
Nice, early, hand carved maple soap dish. Natural surface with strong remains of soap inside the dish. In excellent condition. Dimensions: 5.5" x 3.5" x 2".
Price: Sale Pending
Rare rye coiled lidded basket, Native American. Wonderful form and in excellent condition other than minor losses on the rim. Dimensions: diameter approx. 9.5"; height including lid approx. 8".
Early book box that was used to store valuables. The "secret" to opening it is to move the spine and the bottom slides open. It has it's original salmon paint and is in great condition. More photos available. Dimensions: 8" x 9.5" x 3.5".
Early, nice size tape loom. Appears to be hand carved and is in excellent condition. Used to make tapes that were used to tie petticoats, sewing pockets, etc. A good addition to a textile, sewing, or tape loom collection. Dimensions: 9" x 10.75"
Price: Sale Pending
This make do mirror is in an early walnut frame. It probably originallly hung on a wall, and then was make into a hand-held looking glass. It is back in a heavy rolled sheet iron that is nailed onto the back. The handle is iron and is screwed into the back. An unusual piece! Dimensions: mirror 6.25" x 8.25"; overall height with handle 14.25".
A lovely 19th century roll-up in wonderful early fabrics. Hand and machine sewn. The colors are are shades of beige, brown, and rust, while the back is a beautiful bright blue floral. One small slit near the top of the bottom pocket. Dimensions: 12.25" x 5".
MEATMARKET, 19th century two-sided trade sign. Hand painted, signed by the painter, most likely by a professional painter. Sage green background, black and white lettering, heavy black frame. Stable split in wood due to natural shrinkage. Dimensions: 44" x 11.5" 2.5".
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