Suzanne Strickland Antiques
Fresh finds from New England--great early antiques, Folk Art, wonderful smalls and accessories. A few eclectic finds, 19th C. textiles, and appropriate vintage holiday items---thrown in for good measure & fun! Always on the look-out for authentic antiques and whimsical treasures, check back often for the latest additions and updates. I can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, for any inquiries or photo requests. If not completely satisfied with your purchase, a return is always allowed within 3-days of receipt, for a full refund of the item (minus shipping costs).
In excellent condition, a very nice antique carved wooden patriotic "Eagle" butter stamp. Has a diameter of approximately 3 3/4" wide, there are no chips or cracks! Found in New Hampshire, nice sought after design! $115 + $6 ship
Price: $115 + $6 ship
Late 19th century, folk art "Black Forest" carved pipe holder, in the form of a Cat. Made in Germany, this hand carved feline stands approximately 7" tall, has an open , deep well on his back, to hold a pipe. One original glass eye in place (other could be replaced), this amazing folk art Cat has a few small chips (on one back of left ear and rubs on toes), to be considered common, light use wear. Finely carved detailing on face and body, I see a partial, original paper label on the bottom. $85 + $8 ship
Price: $85 + $8 ship
Wonderful early brown transferware pitcher or jug, with sweet Sunbonnet Babies, same motiff on both sides. Stands approximately 7" tall, there are no chips, cracks, or issues. Not sure what manufacturer made this, but most likely made in England. Has the number 240 on bottom. Sturdy, medium sized jug, in great condition! $45 + $8 ship.
Price: $45 + $8 ship
Worderful early primitive dough box, perfect size for your table top, in original red paint with large square nails. Best dry surface, very clean, inside and out. Dark red paint shows lots of wear, just the way we want to see these great early primitive pieces. Measures 25 1/2" long and is about 13" wide, standing 10" tall, with the lid (also original) in place. There are wooden handles on each end for easy carrying. There are absolutely no repairs or issues of any kind! You won't find one nicer and I will be happy to provide additional photos showing ALL the fabulous details! $295 plus ship.
Price: $295 plus ship
Wonderful circa 1860, Victorian wool Berlin Work Needlepoint of the much sought after "Spaniel type-dog, on Cushion." It is housed in it's original frame, never removed, with little square nails on back. In excellent antique condition, in the frame this fantastic embroidered needlepoint sampler measures approximately 13" long by 11" tall. The needlepoint shows no damage and still so vibrant in color! The background is a very fine linen, which has not been embroidered, typical of this type of early textile. Again,no issues and one of the finest I have seen, it certainly would make a great addition for any dog lover! $165 + $12 ship.
Price: $165 + $12 ship
Wonderful fresh find from Brunswick, Maine, the best painted early gameboard with breadboard ends and large square nails! Measures approximately 16 3/4" long, by 14 1/4" wide, by about 7/8" thick, this sturdy wooden primitive board retains its original fabulous mustard & black dry painted surface! No breaks or repairs, this darkened pine constructed (not sure if it is stained or painted brown) Checkerboard, has a small newer applied hook on back for hanging, which of course can be removed, if desired. The finely detailed "scored" squares, set off the vivid, but early mustard and black painted squares! $295 + $14 ship
Price: $295 + $14 ship
Sweet little primitive wooden toy abacus, with colorful wooden beads, for counting! It has a lovely honey-colored patina, to its morticed constructed frame. Measures approximately 9" by 8 1/2", it is in excellent vintage condition $28 + $6 ship
Price: $28 + $6 ship
This is a very cute little early wooden oval pantry box that once held "Figs", as stenciled on the lid. Measures approximately 3 1/2" long and about 1 3/8" tall, shows minor wear. $34 + $4 ship.
Price: $34 + $4 ship
Fabulous vintage 1940-50's, small tin sand pail with tiny shovel, and the best Patriotic images. This sand pail stands only 5 3/4" tall, counting the handle in upright position. The tiny little red and blue shovel is only 6" long. I don't believe these two started life together but make the perfect set now! The sand bucket shows next to no wear (you won't find another in such pristine condition), perfect for the upcoming summer holiday on July 4th! Very RARE find! $125 + $7 ship. SALE $110 + $7 ship
Price: SALE $110 + $7 ship
Wonderful large 19th century yellow ware cannister with lid, great early round form. Stands approximately 8 1/2" tall. In amazing condition, shows uniform light crazing, as you would expect and desire to se. The lid appears perfect from the top, but does have a couple of small "use" chips underneath. These are not seen when the lid, with knob handle, is in place. I just love this early yellow ware pottery piece and you won't see another like it soon. Quite a RARE piece of early yellow ware. $110 + $12 ship.
Price: $110 + $12 ship
This is a wonderful find, fresh from New Hampshire, a large antique Photo (circa 1880-90) of three children dressed in their "Sunday Best," posed with a great looking early wooden wagon or cart, that is harnessed up to the family pet, a very sturdy Black or Brown Labrador Dog! Amazing time capsule with fantastic details, an extremely charming early American photograph. The Adirondack-type wooden frame is also excellent, with no breaks or repairs to any of the corner leaves (they are usually always missing a leaf, or two). The frame measures approximately 15" long by 12 1/2" tall. The inside antique photograph measures about 9 1/2" by 7 3/4". The original wavy early glass and wooden backing is perfect and also in place. I have not removed the backing to see if there is more family information and will leave that up to the next owner. When it comes to fabulous, early American photography, it does not come better than this! $95 + $12 ship
Price: $95 + $12 ship.
Found in northern Maine, this is a fun early vintage Camp sign, in the form of a Duck or Loon Decoy! Measures approximately 22" long and about 8" tall, it is painted on both sides, but reads "Camp Guide Float" on only one side. So, great for display, to your preference. Wonderful authentic primitive sign for your camp or home! $135 + $10 ship
Price: $135 + $10 ship
Great little primitive berry pail, in Blue graniteware enamel. Has its original wire bail handle in place. Diameter of approximately 6" across, standing 10" tall, with handle in upright position. Normal use wear to enamel and great size for display or use! $40 + $8 ship.
Price: $40 + $8 ship
This is a very fresh find, straight out of an Early American Federal home in Newberry, Massachusetts, a small pair of bedroom Andirons, hand wrought with barbed tips, in early, dry Salmon paint. One is slightly taller than the other, not surprising, as they are hand-made and very folky. Standing about 8" tall and 5 1/2" deep, they actually display quite nicely on my mantle! This fantastic, circa 1820, tiny painted pair of Andirons would look great, virtually anywhere! $275 plus $14 ship.
Price: $275 + $14 ship
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