Past Sales

Large 18th century English pewter charger

    OUnusually large English pewter charger, London 1740-1770s.  Measures 16 3/4 inches in diameter.  In very good shape, with no real dents or gouges-surface is unpolished.

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Hans Jensen Danish Silver Plate Footed Bowl, c. 1940

This is such a great example of Danish modern design! A nice silverplated bowl made by Hans Jensen; there were actually three Danish silversmiths named Hans Jensen working from the late 19th century through the 1940s, believed to be family members. This piece dates to the late 1930s-1940s. The bowl has a nice scalloping design…read more

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White woven wicker planter with metal insert

Perfect for any porch, deck or sunroom! Nice vintage white woven wicker plant stand with metal insert. It also has an unusual bottom shelf for placing additional plant pots. The stand is in great condition, with no breaks in the wicker and the liner is in great shape.

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1920s Judd Manufacturing cast iron doorstop, basket of fruit design

This great cast iron doorstop is from the 1920s and was made by Judd Manufacturing Co. Originally established as a harness maker in the 1830s, Judd Manufacturing was located in Wallingford CT and in the early 1910s, began making a decorative metal line, including doorstops and book ends. They were made until the 1930s; this…read more

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Folk Art Painted Wooden Bowl, Herons and Marsh Scene

This is SO fun!  A nice turned wooden bowl that has been painted with a great blue background and a fantastic marsh scene with two herons.  The paint design carries out to the rim of the bowl on the bottom.  There is some paint loss to the interior of the bowl-see photo detail.  The back…read more

$95.00

Early Chinese tin tea caddy paper labels

A vintage tin tea caddy with raised paper label.  The caddy has a printed tin base, with paper labels on the front and back.  The front label says the tea came from Tack Mee Company in Canton China, and that it contained Wu Long Chinese tea.  On the reverse, the label has two Chinese figures…read more

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1930’s Weller Zona child’s dish with duck design

This is a sweet Weller Pottery child’s dish with dancing ducks, dating to the 1930’s.  The bowl is marked with Weller’s mark on the reverse.  It is in very good condition, with no chips or staining.

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Wedgwood Ningpo pattern footed compote, date mark for 1878

A wonderful Wedgwood ironstone footed compote in the Ningpo pattern.  This piece has a quadrefoil shape with a Chinese influenced transfer design in Chinese red, blue and gold, both in the bowl and along the base of the foot.  The piece is marked WEDGWOOD on the inside of the base, and also has a three letter date…read more

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Kutani Japanese plate, early Meiji period

Nice Kutani Japanese plate with iron red and gold design.  Plate dates to the early part of the Meiji period, c. 1870.  Signed on reverse. Condition is reasonably good; there is a small chip on the rim (see photo) and there is staining on the back, but none on the front.

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Pairpoint Day Lily pattern creamer and sugar c. 1920

This is a beautiful set of Pairpoint Silver creamer and sugar, in the Day Lily pattern, c. 1920.  Both pieces have a wonderful repousse design entwined day lily flowers and have scalloped pattern tops.  The pieces are marked with Pairpoint’s diamond mark with a P and Pairpoint Mfg. Co. New Bedford MA around the diamond-…read more

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Blue Painted Stoneware Jug

This is a sweet blue painted stoneware jug.  It is also a left-hand pour, which are not common.  Mid to third quarter of the 19th c. it is hand thrown.  The blue paint was put on quite a while ago.  It is about 9 – 10 inches tall and in perfect condition.

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Weller Matte White Glazed Umbrella Stand with Poppy Design

A lovely white matte glazed umbrella stand made by Weller, with an incised design of poppies.  The design appears on panels around the stand and it is topped with a woven design around the top.  The stand is in great condition, with no chips, cracks or stains.  It is marked USA on the bottom.

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Set of eight crystal knife rests

Offered here is a set of 8 matching crystal knife rests. Each measures 4 inches long. All in great condition and sparkle beautifully

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Deep Blue Wooden Bowl with Early Iron Repair, 19th c.

This bowl has the most beautiful deep blue original paint we have ever seen.  It has an early iron repair and measures out of round 17 1/4 x 16 1/2 inches diameter.  Lovely wear on the bottom and surface.

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Men’s Victorian Cap

This wonderful cap circa 1860, is in immaculate condition.  It is black cotton velvet with beautiful wool crewel embroidery and its original quilted lining and tassel.

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Federal gilt wood mirror, c. 1830

A beautifully proportioned Federal period gilt wood mirror, c. 1830.  This mirror has a lovely early lemon gilt painted finish, with a nice raised trim. The glass is original, and is in great condition. This mirror is a nice size; it measures 24 inches in height by 12 inches in width; classic Federal proportions.

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Vintage Game Board in Frame

This is a great vintage wooden game board, painted black and red with a nice country wood frame.  It measures 16″x16″ square.  There is some paint wear on the board.

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Large Iron Folk Art Horse

This folk art horse is big and bold.  He really makes a statement anywhere you put him.  Made of heavy sheet iron on an iron base, he stands level.  Measurements:

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Walnut Hand Carved Furniture Pediment

a unique piece. Clearly a pediment from a Victorian piece of furniture. Perfect for above a door or to hang on a wall. Put hooks along the bottom and use it as a coat rack. The piece is 37 inches long and 13 inches tall. Beautiful carvings.

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6 Tin Spice Set In Blue

This early 1900s spice set is painted a wonderful color of soldier blue. 6 pieces in the original tin carrier with handle. Some wear and surface rust. Measures 8&1/2″ by 5&1/2″. A great country piece of kitchenware.

$125.00

Pair of Hand Painted Gilt & Floral Design Dinner Plates, c. 1920

This is a beautiful pair of hand painted porcelain dinner plates with wonderful gilt design and different hand painted floral design.  The plates are not signed or otherwise marked on the back; I believe that they are probably French and date to the 1920s.  They are both in great shape; no chips, cracks or crazing…read more

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Hand Woven Coverlet, 19thc.

This is a beautiful coverlet, with no wear or fading. The pattern is very nice. It is seamed in three sections and dates from the first half of the 19thc.  Pristine condition including fringe.  Sold!

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