This is a lovely Victorian Eastlake style dressing mirror with drawer in walnut from the 1880’s. This piece has all the bells and whistles for a Victorian look; chip carved design with Eastlake design over the top of the mirror, on the sides and on the drawer, unusual pointed caps on the top of each…read more
This shabby chic utensil box has it all going on. Great shape and interesting handle, deep storage on either side and a fun paint job; apple green paint over an earlier yellow paint.
This is a large pleasing unhemmed penny rug. It makes a charming table cover.
19th century Lazy Susan with original gilt stenciling.
This game board has wonderful color. Backgammon in one side, checkers on the other.
Nice rectangular decorated 19th century Native American Basket
This is a sweet pair of 19th century brass candlesticks, push ups intact.
Old leather draft horse harness with brass bells (1 missing, 13 in all).
Nineteenth century Staffordshire pitcher in charming cottage form. Perfect condition, large rare size.
A nicely shaped wooden handled carrier or knife tray. It appears to be made of pine and has a great patina. It is 16 inches long x 9 inches wide x 7 inches tall to the top of the handle.
This is a great example of a late 18th century Queen Anne side chair from the Hudson Valley. Nice curved back, bulb front stretcher and nice early black paint. Nice peg construction with some early square nails. Rush seat has been replaced, and is in great condition. The chair is in really great condition; no…read more
This is a great early canteen. In great condition, just missing it’s plug.
Pair of Victor Salesman’s sample decoys, great condition.
Primitive wooden wall box with a drawer with a porcelain knob. 12 inches tall. 8 inches wide.
Three early American Pattern Glass curtian tie backs. Made by the Boston and Sandwich company in the 1860’s.
27.5″ to top of handle.
Nice early footwarmer with hearts in pierced tin. Wood turnings are well done.
This country counter top desk is a sweet, small size in original paint. 20.5 ” w x 18″ d x 11″ h
The folky grain decoration on this knifebox is great, in yellow, black and red. It is in great condition with t-head nail construction.
This small treen funnel is approximately 6 inches tall. It is hand carved with a lovely warm patina and incised banding on the bowl.
This peel is a nice size, hand carved and has great patina.
This early 19th century oval box is laced with sinew. It has initials branded on the bottom and is in good original condition. There is slight age staining on the sides of the lid and a small split on the side of the lid lip. This is a real sweetheart for your collection.
This tin lunch pail is in remarkable condition with its orginal cherry red paint, with embossed diamond patterened tin on the body and sunburst pattern on the lid. It is an unusual oval shape with its handle.
This coverlet is quite large, in amazing condition (1 slight weak spot, about 1 in. in size). The colors are rare and beautiful, indigo and rust.
This shelf is in its original, unpainted wood finish. I believe the wood is pine. A small part of one scalloped edge was either replaced or glued after a break, not noticeable. The hooks are amazing! It is 30 in. long x 14 in. high. Any small primitives and early textiles would look good on…read more
Fantastic 19th century tin and glass hexagon shaped candle lantern. Nice condition. Measures approximately 13″ tall.
“The Art Of Cooking And Serving” Great vintage cookbook includes a hand written recipe for Welsh Rarebit. Wonderful original calico covering. Measures 7&1/2″ by 5″
I have always loved these baskets. This is a wonderful example with its lid from Canajoharie, NY. It is in very good condition and would look great on top of an early cupboard, which is where I put them.
This tote dates from the third quarter of the 19th century. Both cutlery areas have the original lids, the grain paint is original and it has a delightful, small heart in the handle. Small porcelain knobs lift each side of the lids. 14 1/2 inches long.