Two Sides of a River Antiques
ABOUT US: Two Sides of a River Antiques specializes in quality restored and original surface furniture from the 18th through the early 20th centuries. In addition, our offerings include a diverse selection of primitives, stoneware, advertising, folk art, and other appropriate country smalls. We can be found at shows throughout the Northeast, at The Windham Antique Center, Bellows Falls, VT. , and Thos. Bartlett Antiques and Oddments, Chichester, NH. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, comments, or special requests you might have. We will respond to all orders and inquires within 24 hours or sooner. Arrangements for shipping and obtaining quotes may take several days; however we will make every effort to ship your items in a timely manner once all funds have cleared. We guarantee the authenticity of each item as described. Thank you for your interest in our shop! PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS: New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association / Vermont Antiques Dealers Association METHODS OF PAYMENT: PayPal, Check, Cash, Credit Cards All non PayPal purchases must be paid within 10 days. No Sales Tax. Items paid by check will ship when funds have cleared. PLEASE NOTE: *ALL ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE*. Your purchase will be immediately refunded if no longer available. Buyer pays for shipping, handling, and insurance costs unless noted. We will pack your items carefully in our shop, or use a local packing and shipping agent. Shipping quotes provided with a zip code. We will add the exact cost of shipping to your purchase. Items that need special packaging may require an additional cost. PLEASE NOTE: At this time we are only shipping items within the United States. Inquire about hand delivery arrangements, or pick up, if you are within our local driving radius. RETURN POLICY: Please contact us by phone or email within 3 days of delivery if you are unhappy with your purchase. Items must be returned in the same condition as shipped. Buyer pays for all return shipping and insurance unless other arrangements have been made. A full refund will be issued, once the item is returned and condition verified. All items mush be insured when originally shipped for any damage claims. Please do not return, notify us immediately if items are damaged in shipment. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2sidesofariver Visit: Windham Antiques Center http://www.windhamantiquecenter.com. Thos. Bartlett Antiques http://keepersantiques.biz/index.html and on Facebook
A Great Pair of 19th Century Turned and Painted American Wooden Candlesticks. These sticks are in Excellent Condition having a Wonderfully Detailed Paint Decorated Surface. Size: 12" Tall X 5-1/4" Base Diameter
Price: $675.00 Free Shipping
A Wonderful & Colorful, Rare Form 19th Century Face Jug. Having a 19th C. "Make Do" Staple Repair to the Handle, Otherwise in Excellent Condition. This early form of repair lends more evidence as to the early date of this pitcher Circa: 1870's. Size: 7-1/2" Tall X 5-3/4" Dia. Base
Price: $450.00 + Shipping
Mochaware Seaweed Decorated Pitcher with Etched Qt. Seal. Excellent Condition, No Cracks or Repairs. Two small fleabite chips on Base (As seen in Pic) Size: 6-1/4" Tall, Base Dia. 4-3/4" Approx. 7-1/2" From Tip of Spout to Back of Handle
Price: $225.00 + Shipping
Pair of Tin Candle Sconces, American, Early 19th century. Tall beaded embossed panels with crimped edges on crests, and demilune dished single candleholder. Great Condition, No Breaks, One holder slightly more distressed.
Mason Black Duck Decoy in Original Paint, Glass Eyes, Some Paint Chips/Wear – Expansion Crack in Base – Small Chip on Tail
Price: $185.00 + Shipping
Stevengraphs are pictures woven from silk, originally created by Thomas Stevens in the 19th century. They were popular collectable items during the revival of interest in Victoriana in the 1960s and 1970s. Thomas Stevens, a local weaver, responded by adapting the Jacquard Looms used in Coventry, England to weave colourful pictures from silk. By 1862, Stevens could produce four different designs and by the late 1880s this had increased to over 900. They became known as "Stevengraphs", after their maker. Many of these designs were used to produce bookmarks, while others were used to make greeting cards and other silk objects. These Pure Silk Weavings are Matted and Mounted Under Glass into a Walnut Handled Tray. The Stevengraphs are in Great Condition themselves, the Framed Matts do show some staining, and have darkened; however they are in great structural condition. Tray Size: 21-5/8" L X 9-1/4" W---Weaving Size: 6" X 2" and 5-1/2" X 2-1/4"
Stoneware Jug / Pitcher, Mid. 19th century, with Unusual Incised Feather and Zigzag Designs, Also has Incised Concentric Circles around the neck and base. Good condition, Small Hairline, No Chips, One small hole in the top of the handle (See Pics) Appears to be created when the jug was made. Does Not Go Through. . Size: 13" Tall X 4-3/4" Base Dia.
Price: $175.00 + Shipping
19th Century Historical Flask: George Washington, "The Father of His Country" & A Little More Grape Captain Bragg. Applied Rim & Pontil Scar, Very Good Condition 9" High
Price: $165.00 + Shipping
19th Century Historical Flask: George Washington, "The Father of Our Country" & "Gen. Taylor Never Surrenders" Signed: Dyottville Glass Works Philad. Applied Rim, Very Good Condition 7-1/8" High
Grouping of Two Hand Forged Iron Eel Spears, Circa 1850, signed by J.W. Fordham (Fordham Blacksmith Shop, Sag Harbor Long Island, NY ) Fordham Eel spears are highly collectible, and are the ultimate embodiment of beauty of form derived from function. The combination of the dynamic functional design of eel fishing spears with wrought iron craftsmanship of the highest order results in an unadorned attractiveness that makes them extremely desirable. Excellent Condition Sold Separately: Size: Left Spear-15-1/2" X 4" Right Spear-14" X 4-1/2"
A Pair of Heavy Bronze Eagle Bookends. Each Eagle Holds A Swag or Ribbon in its Beak. Excellent Condition. Size: 6-13/16" Tall X 6-3/4" Wide
Miniature Water Color Portrait on Paper of a Young Woman . She is Wearing a Black Dress and Broach – Early to Mid 19th Century - Original Frame - Very Good Condition - Sight Size 2.25" x 2.75".
A Great and Rare Set of 8 Pewter Plates made in London, England between 1760 and 1790 by Robert Porteus. The reverse of each Plate has a Well Hammered Booge, with a seamed edge. Each is stamped "M W" with the owners initials, worn touch marks "Super Fine Hard Metal" and the Ostrich "shield" with the name Robert Porteus. The set of plates are in excellent condition with age related wear. Size: 9-1/4" Dia.
Price: $575 / set with Free Shipping
A Great Slip Decorated Mochaware Pitcher with Multi Colored Graphic Tulip & Leaf Patterns, Trail Dotted, and Multiple Bands. The Top Edge is Decorated with a Rouletted Green Glaze with a Leafy Terminal Handle and Press Molded Spout. Excellent condition, with no chips or repairs. There are two age related spiders along with some staining in the base and some minor loss to the glaze along one edge of the rim. With Respect to the Graphic Design Elements of the Jug it could be attributed to Enoch Wood. Size: 6-7/8" Tall x 7-3/4" from Tip of Spout to Back of Handle x 4" Dia. Base - Email for Additional Pics
Cape Cod Cottage with Picket Fence Advertising Doorstop. These hard to find advertising doorstops were most likely made by the Albany or National Foundry Companies, both of which made a variety of painted doorstops. This doorstop is advertising for the Crawford Machine Works from Weymouth, MA. This rare doorstop is in excellent condition and would make a great addition to any collection. Size: 5-5/8" Tall x 7-1/2" Wide
Price: $150.00 + Shipping
A Great Mochaware Pitcher with Earthworm Decoration. Leafy terminal handle and press molded spout. Excellent condition, with no chips or repairs. There is a very tiny hairline present on the interior surface behind the handle area. Size: 5-5/8" Tall x 6-5/8" from Tip of Spout to Handle x 3-1/2" Dia. Base
Great period Salesman Sample Empire Chest with Bennington Knobs. This Miniature Chest is in Excellent age related condition. Drawers are Dovetailed constructed. Size: 11-3/4" Wide x 7-3/4" Deep x 9-1/2" Tall
A wonderful one piece carved and hollowed wooden barrel Canteen or Keg Flask. The canteen has great hand forged iron bands on each end and a nicely detailed carved handle. The letters D V are etched into one side. Excellent Condition. Size: 7-3/8" Long x Approx. 6" Tall
Unique and Rare 19th Century Tinware Fire Starter. Tinsmith made Cylinder houses a Pumice Stone Wand that was soaked in lamp oil or kerosene which could then be lit and used to start a fire. This item came from a home with Shaker items, although I cannot say this is a Shaker made piece. Excellent Condition. Size: 8-7/8" Tall to Top of Handle , 1-3/4" Dia. Base
Albany Foundry Co. Clipper Ship Doorstop # 108. Great Condition with age related wear. Size: 9-1/8" x 5-3/4". See Page 250 "The Doorstop Book" by Smith Note: Albany and 108 are engraved on reverse although not clear in photo.
Price: $165.00 Free Shipping
Reclining Persian Cat Cast Iron Doorstop signed Hubley. Great condition with age related wear. Size: 6" x 10-1/2" See Page 119 "The Doorstop Book" by Smith
Price: $175.00 + Shipping
Late 18th/Early 19th century Wrought Iron Rotary Toaster. Double-arch grill frame with split metal embellishment, on footed tripod base with shaped flat handle and lollipop hanger.
19th Century Decorated Tole Document Box. Great structural condition. Hinges and latch completely intact. Age related surface wear. 8-5/8" Long X 4-5/8" Wide X 5-1/4" to Top of Dome
19th Century Decorated Tole Document Box. Great structural condition. Hinges and latch completely intact. Age related surface wear. 9-5/8" Long X 4-5/8" Wide X 6-1/4" to Top of Dome
Large Wrought Iron Flesh or Roasting Fork. Two Tine with tapered handle to a pierced lollipop hanger having Etched Maker's Initials on reverse. Circa 1790 to 1840 Size: 21-5/8" Long / 4" Long Tine X 2-1/4" Apart
Price: $110.00 + Shipping
Great Hand Forged Wrought Iron and Brass 18th / Early 19th Century Skimmer. Pierced Lollipop and Elongated Diamond Tab Handle. Excellent Condition. Size: 25-1/2" Overall Length / Brass Skimmer with copper rivets 7-1/4" Dia.
Price: $150.00 + Shipping
"C & D Philadelphia" wooden stave, metal banded sugar bucket with wire and wooden bail handle. Maker's name is stamped on the bottom. Bucket is in Excellent condition, no breaks, chips, or cracks. Minor age related surface scratches. Size: 10-3/4" Tall X 12" Dia. at Base X 10" Dia. at Top
Price: $295.00 + Shipping
An unusual divided compartment carrier with double handles. Original painted surface, found in a northern VT estate. Size: 21" Long x 4-3/8" Wide x 2-1/4" Deep
A wonderful large 19th Century Pierced Tin & Glass Whale Oil Lantern. Size: 16" Tall to Top of Hanging Loop, 5-5/8" Dia. Base
Great Folk Art carved "Shoe Form" Ditty or Snuff Box having a carved antler slide top with hearts and a star. Slight chip to the front point of the shoe. Found in a MA estate. Size: 8-1/2" Long x 1-1/2" Wide x 1" Deep Box Interior
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