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).
This is a large oil on canvas, dated 1894, Maritime painting of an American Clipper ship, in full sail. Signed by listed artist H.L. Severance, this painting is in wonderful condition. Cleaned and relined in Vermont by top art restoration specialist Joseph J. Marotta Co., Inc. Originally sold by "The Old Picture Store" in Boston, Massachusetts, the original tags are all in place. I will be happy to send lots of additional photos, as requested. The painting measures approximately 24" by 19", not counting the vintage frame that is in place. Although not antique, this frame is quite appropriate and of very high quality. The artist signature is in the bottom right hand corner. The Clipper ship flies numerous nautical flags, including the American flag, as shown in my photos. This large 19th century American painting is 27" by 22" framed and would make a stunning statement in any room! $575 + shipping
Price: $575 + ship
This is a fun vintage set of ten, unused cardboard patriotic "American Flags Shields" to use for the upcoming summer holidays! They each have a little pop-out hole for threading a string through and would look great strung together, to be used as a Banner! Each one measures approximately 5 1/4" tall and they are all marked "Made in America." Nice and colorful, I see no fading or issues. Set of ten Shields for $34 + $ $4 ship.
Fabulous large Oval pantry box, found in Maine and attributed to the Shakers. Has a diameter of approximately 11 1/4" long, by 8 1/4" deep, by 3 3/4" tall. In excellent antique condition, early honey-colored finish and patina. No chips, cracks, or repairs, I see a letter "S" lightly carved on top of lid. Done long ago and mentioning for sake of accuracy. Inside has light, but pleasant scent of cloves. Long, finely carved fingers and copper tacks are beautiful! $365 + $12 ship.
Price: $365 + $12 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! $48 + $8 ship.
Price: $48 + $8 ship
Here is a nice early straw hearth broom, with original silk label still intact, in the very patriotic colors of Red, White, and, Blue! This broom was manufactured in the early 20th century by Deluxe American Broom and Brush Company, out of Amsterdam, New York. The handle is painted red, white, and blue, as is the straw broom part, which has been dyed to match. I don't believe this broom was ever used, as it is so clean and the bristles are long and intact. The broom measures approximately 36" long. $65 + $12
This is a precious set of 10 vintage painted toy pieces, all wooden pegged "Farm animals" and Girl, probably made in Germany. Each is pegged on a little wooden base and all are double sided. This set has been stored in a box for years and dates back to the 1930's. No chips, repairs, or issues to any of the items and I don't believe they were ever played with! $38 + $6 ship.
Price: $38 + $6
Found in New Hampshire, this fabulous 19th century painted Gathering Basket in "Candy Apple Red & Mustard" is perfect for spring! In excellent early condition, no breaks or issues, which is quite rare. Fresh out of a barn, the surface is all original! Measures approximately 20" long, 13" wide, and about 9" tall (including upright handle). $125 + $14 ship.
Nice early tin painted syrup jug or pitcher, in the very best "Soldier Blue", original dry painted surface. Stands approximately 6 1/2" tall, this late 19th century tin pitcher shows normal use wear to the body. Very well made with finely rolled edges, the color "Blue" is fantastic! $58 + $$6 ship.
This braided mat, with silk and cotton fabrics, has the best vibrant color combination, using mustard, red, green, black, and so on. Diameter of approximately 14 1/2" wide, lies flat and is in wonderful, early condition. The backside is as nice as the front, no stains, holes, or odors. Slight use wear to edges, no signs of fading and the braids are small and tight, just the way you want to find these vintage braided table mats. Rare to find one so colorful and with the most desired mustard yellow color! $85 + $6 ship.
Price: $85 + $6 ship
Found in New England, this pair of felted wool embroidered "Butterfly " pen wipes are in excellent, antique condition! The larger is approppriately 8 1/2" across and the smaller one is about 6 1/2" wide. Obviously never used and tucked away, both are quite colorful and beautifully made. I see no damage or holes, lovely pair of early embellished pen wipes! $85 + $6 ship.
Price: $85 + $6 ship
Wonderful early 19th century painted firkin or sugar bucket with lid, in dry untouched "Putty" paint. Stands approximately 9 3/4" tall, not counting handle in upright position. Diameter of lid across is about 9". Condition is amazing, with no issues, very rare. Painted surface is original and untouched. A bit of barn surface grunge, nice mushroom button knobs at handle, and early copper nails. No staples ever, on this fabulous primitive firkin, found in Maine! $225 + $$14 ship
Price: $225 + $14 ship
Great condition, showing normal use wear, this early dated 1916 teaching toy is complete and so vibrant in color! Fabulous litho. designs showing children in period clothing and farmhouse animals. Approximately 12 3/4" long. $58 + $10 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
Very nice early 19th century blue and white pearlware glazed plate (with wire hanger, to display). Measures 9 3/4" in diameter, it is in perfect antique condition. No chips or repairs; some minor age related crazing and dirt on back only. Hard to find this early blue and white ware, in such good shape! $34 + $8 ship.
Price: $34 + $8 ship
Nice vintage wood painted "Strawberries " sign, in black print, on white. Measures 29" by 3 1/2", by 3/4" thick. It is also stenciled in pencil on the back side, but was never painted. Found in Maine, an authentic sweet, primitive sign, it will get you ready for spring! $45 + $12 ship.
Price: $45 + $12 ship
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