18th century Sycamore Bowl
18th century Sycamore Bowl
Small 18th century hand turned wood bowl.
Large 19th c store tea tin in rare, original yellow paint.
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
This is a nice early stoneware piece from Albany, made by John Brickner, who worked in Albany from 1844-1847 and was located at 22 Washington Street. The jug has a nice patina with a matte salt glaze finish. It is undecorated, but does have Brickner’s name and address stamped on the side with cobalt staining…read more
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.
A really great early-mid-19th century mahogany Shaker sewing or trinket box. The box has mahogany and birch veneer in darker and lighter shaded panels on the top, with a rich mahogany veneer on the sides. The box is pine based and has a single board bottom. The lining has been removed from the inside of…read more
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″
This delightful buttocks basket is in immaculate condition. The patina and color are great. It has all the lovely wear you would expect on its handle. They are hard to find in this condition.
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.
Early candle lantern in great condition. Nice piercings in the top. Complete with early glass. Measures 13″ tall by 5&1/2″ square.
This early grain measure has the remains of wonderful old red paint. Wooden with rims at top and bottom and old metal banding. 14&1\2″ in diameter and 8&1\2″ tall
Pair of Cast Iron Female-form Andirons, probably American, late 18th/early 19th century, each figure half dressed in exotic costume, thought to represent America, ht. 11 3/4, lg. 12 3/4, wd. 6 1/2 in. Excellent condition. Note: For another example of the form, see Donald L. Fennimore, Iron at Winterthur (Winterthur, 2004), pp. 30-1.
This is a clear glass flask with paper label and cork stopper. The blue and white label indicates that it is from Utica, NY and used by the A. H. Williams Co., Inc. The back of the bottle is embossed and reads Warranted Flask, 14 oz. This is such a fun piece for a bottle…read more
This is a nice advertising piece. It is a tin box with hinged glass top. The side reads “Loaned by John H. Johnson For Sole Purpose of Displaying Cigars Purchased from Johnson & Co.”. The dimensions are 6 1/2″ wide, 9 3/4″ tall, 3 1/2″ deep. This is a sweet piece for displaying collections.
This handpainted scene is one of my all time favorites! This sweet little cottage sits on the bank of a beautiful lake or sea. Lush foliage surrounds it, including some wonderful sunflowers. I especially love the arbor surrounding the front door, as well as the sailboats and structure on the beach. It has a 9″…read more
………re-purposed into bookends. Originally from a North Carolina plantation. These are gorgeous and very early! Most likely silhouettes of the plantation master and mistress, incorporating very fanciful hearts. Each measures approximately 8&1/2″ by 8″.
This is a fantastic American wall box in early attic finish with original leather hinges. Leather retains its pliability. Nice warm red-brown patina. Measures 16″ by 9″.
Early double handled “Draalhus”rolling pin in old white and green paint. Nice patina. Measures 14″ by 10”.