Past Sales

Pine One Door Cupboard in Nice Old Apple Green Paint

Lovely one door pine cupboard with a lovely apple green paint. The cupboard has unfinished sides and an unusual “dry sink” style top. The door is also painted on the inside and there are two shelves on the interior. The ceramic knob is a replacement. The cupboard measures 46″ in height, 29″ in length and…read more


19th Century Staffordshire Cow Creamer

A 19th century Staffordshire Brown and whit cow creamer with the original cover fitted on the cow,s back. The creamer is 7 inches wide and about 5 inches tall. Excellent condition.


Loetz Tri-handled Iridescent Bowl

A Loetz iridescent tri-handled art glass bowl. 7 inches wide and 4 inches tall. Excellent condition. Polished pontal as shown.


Royal Doulton Blue and White China

Royal Doulton Blue and white China. Six, 10 inch dinner plates; five 8 inch salad plates; and a small covered tureen with under plate. Sold as a group.


Early American Pattern Glass Celery Vase

An Early American Pattern Glass celery vase in the honeycomb or 1,000 eyes Pattern. Manufactured by the New England Glass Company in the 1860’s. 9 inches tall.


Rare October Sweet Apple Cider Crock

This crock is in fine condition with no chips or cracks. It measures almost 11″ tall. The sides read “Drink October Sweet Apple Cider”  “Good to the Core”. Missing lid.


“Life of General Grant” by J.T. Headley, 1868 1st Edition

This is a first edition of a biography of General Ulysses Grant, published in 1868 just after the end of the Civil War.  This book was originally sold by subscription and is a follow up to a prior publication that provided biographical sketches of a number of American generals.  The book contains a few engravings,…read more


Small Raised Panel Wood Box With Segmented Interior

A great small wooden box with a raised panel top and a segmented interior-perfect for storing or displaying your favorite small items. The box also has molding on the top and bottom edges. The box measures 16″ x 8 1/4″ and is 6 1/2″ in height. Wouldn’t this be great in your bathroom to hold…read more


Art Pottery Brushware Bulb Bowl with Jonquils, Green Glaze

This is such a pretty bulb bowl.  Probably made by Robinson Ransbottom fom Ohio, the matte finish is known as brushware.  This bowl has pretty jonquils, a form of daffodil, all around the edge and has a great green glaze on the interior.  This piece dates to the 1930s or 40s. The piece is in…read more


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.


Trojan Ice Cream Sign

Trojan Ice Cream in Troy NY was acquired by Borden in 1929. This local tin advertising sign is in a yellow background with black lettering.  20″ w x 28″ h


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


1840s Albany Stoneware Jug, John Brickner cobalt mark

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


Nice small pine grain painted three drawer dresser

This is the perfect size for so many spaces! This pine dresser has three drawers and nice milk glass knobs. The surface is a nice old red/brown paint with graining. It has nice scalloping along the base and nice feet; the front sides of the dresser are rounded in a three panel pattern. The dresser…read more


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.


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


19th c. Rose of Sharon Quilt

The quilting in this quilt is amazing. It is large measuring 84 inches x 76 inches and in very good condition (minor discoloration in some of the deep teal). It is gorgeous when hung.


George Washington Andirons

These centennial andirons are big and bold. Others I found were all cast iron, the fronts of these are bronze. They measure 21 inches high and 2 feet long. Auction results for the cast iron examples range from $1,000. to 1200.


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


Vintage embroidered silk tea cozy with silk rope trim

This is so sweet!  A beautifully embroidered silk tea cozy, which is placed on top of a teapot to keep it warm.  This one has wonderful Oriental bird and flower designs on both sides, with slightly different designs on each side.  It also has a nice rope pattern silk trim around the edges.  These are…read more


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


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.