The Antique Heart
I have been collecting antiques for over 50 years and began selling as "The Antique Heart" about 25 years ago. I sell at shows and out of my home. Many of my pieces are from my own personal collection. I am particular about what I buy and collect and I deal primarily in early Americana. I also sell out of a mall space in a small community near Eugene, called Coburg. The Coburg Antique Mall is a wonderful place to stop if you are traveling through Oregon on Interstate 5. I accept payment by check and will ship once the check clears the bank. I also accept payment through PayPal. I charge only the excact cost of shipping and you may return items within 3 days of receiving them, if you are not satisfied. The return shippiing will be paid by the customer. Thank you for your interest in The Antique Heart. Feel free to call me if you have questions. Lona
Has hinged, serpentine pewter lid with acanthus finial. Scenic Gleaner's pattern with diamo d crisscross background: deeply reliefed and intricately detailed. Wheat handle. Measures Approx. 71/4 " high at spout, 3 1/2 " diameter base. Marked "Gleaner", an English registry lozenge and "30" impressed. Cream color.
Signed and dated---"Mathias Klein"---1844. Mathias Klein was a German born weaver, who worked in Montgomery County, Ohio from 1839 to 1845. He also signed his work "Clein" up to 1850. This coverlett is in excellent condition--(small, faint stain at bottom edge). Colored fringe along side edges and cream fringe along bottom edge. Measures 88" long and 81" wide.
Maker unknown. Molded pattern--Bird hunter motif. Man/dog on one panel, birds in tree on other panel Glazed interior. Measures Aprox. 4 1/4" high at spout, 2 1/2" diameter base. Has English registry lozenge on bottom. Cream color. Mid 19th century, Excellent condition.
20th century, (1960's) paper mache folk art goose decoy. Made by Ralph Kohler "K & W" decoys---Tekamah, Nebraska. True to life form and in great condition. A really nice piece in a "country setting".
18th century, hand forged iron, "snake head" hinge. Possibly used on a trunk or a blanket chest. A nice decorator piece, or as an addition to a collection.
Early, pine, box style vegetable/cheese grater. Handle for hanging on the wall. Excellent condition
A very nice pair of 18th century, painted, Windsor chairs. Early paint showing some wear. Found in Minnesota many years ago.
Price: 1500.00 for the pair
19th century, cut sponge salad(8 1/4") size plate. Free of chips, but has a barely visible hairline. A lovely design and beautiful color. " Petrus Regout & Co. MaASTRIGHT marked on back.
A very nice 19th century basket, in wonderful condition. Measures 11" across the opening and is 8" deep. A strong, sturdy weave
Small--81/2 " across top, and 5"deep--buttocks basket in old green paint. Great shape and good look, with a couple of broken weavers on inside. 19th century and a great country piece
19th century doll cradle. Excellent shape, with nice patina. Very tight, nailed construction. 24 1/2" long/ 9 1/2 " wide. An excellent piece to display a rag doll or a Teddy bear.
Price: pending sale
Just out of my personal collection, this late 18th century, walnut side table is looing for a new home. The construction includes pegs, square nails and a single drawer with dove tailing. The 2 board top measures 30" by 17 1/2" . There is a slight char mark on the top, which was probably caused by an early candle. The table is 30" tall and the Hepplewhite tapered legs are tight. The table has a lovely patina.
An unusual tote---it looks as if it were made for someone very special as a gift. It is a 19th century New England piece, with dove tail construction, dark stained pine, with heart and diamond cut outs along the long sides and has lovely scroll work on handle and ends. It measures 15 1/4 " long , 10 1/2" wide and is 41/2"deep;.
7 3/4" cut sponge bread plate by Villeroy and Boch. Beautiful early design Ironstone with no chips or cracks.
19th century hand forged iron cooking trivet. 4 bowed legs raises it to 5 1/2" above the surface. it measures 6" across top.
Late 18th or 19th century forged iron pot pusher. Used to push a hot pot into the fireplace for cooking in an open fire.
18TH century Betty lamp. Hinged lid covering wick holder. Chain with make do hook, and intact wick pick
19TH century glazed redware "dirt dish", tooled shoulder vessel with a great metal strap handle. There is an imprint on the lower band---Pat June, 27, 1876, and a name imprinted also--B. Schepferle. This is the only piece of it's kind that I have seen in my many years of collecting.
Excellent "Red Cliff" soup toureen, complete with bottom tray, ladle and lid. In Heavy ironstone this makes a beautiful display piece, as well as a wonderful centerpiece for your special family meals. Mint condition, with no cracks or chips.
51/4" high without lid, 6" high with lid, 21/4" diameter at base. Stoneware with pewter lid, Imari pattern. Circa 1810-1825. The lid is hinged and hand fitted, curled scroll finial on top. Has some crazing and discoloration of glaze. Free of chips and cracks. Artist mark in rust "9048"and underglazed cobalt "3" on bottom. A nice companion to the lower piece.
51/4" high and 21/4" diameter at base. Imari pattern stoneware., circa 1810-1825. Excellent condition, free of chips and cracks. Slight discoloration. Beautiful piece.
19th century chambrey bonnett. Unusual buttoned detail and excellent construction. It appears to have never been laundered and is in perfect condition with no wear, holes or fading. Truly a very special piece.
Very nice pair of Sugar Nips (cutters) . Used in the Colonial days to cut bits of sugar from the "cones"
19th century turned treen bowl/tray. Approx. just 2" deep it measures 13" across the top. The bowl is "out of round" due to age and has nice "ridge" patterns on the inside and around the back.
Original water color featuring a pear. c. 1840, signed, but difficult to make out the name. The piece is nicely framed and in very good condition.
19th Century Mortar and Pestle. Excellent shape with no cracks in the wood. The pestle has remnents of green paint. An interesting addition to any country kitchen.
Tin and wood construction with punched tin on all four sides showing a nice heart desigh on each side. The piece is intact with a coal pan behind the hinged door and a wire handle for carrying. This piece is a must for your early American decor.
Early 19th century BETTY LAMP. Hinged lid with "rooster" adornment. Replaced widk pick. Made of hevy iron.
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