Rona Andrews Antiques
ALL NEW OFFERINGS FOR OCTOBER! HAPPY FALL! Always buying choice 18th and 19th C American items in original paint and surface. Look for me year round at Thos. Bartlett Antiques in Chichester, NH, Out of the Woods Antiques in Goffstown, NH, and monthly at the Peter Mavris Antique shows in Portsmouth NH. My selling policies through this on-line shop include: accepting check or money order only - I do not use paypal; shipping only in the US; If shipping to a MA address, MA tax will be applied unless a MA tax resale number is given; Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Customers may return items in the same condition as they are received within 72 hours of delivery for a full refund when the item is returned and condition verified. Please call me at 435-640-0701 before returning any item. Thank you for shopping with me
Late 1700 – early 1800 hand-loomed Connecticut, overshot coverlet in wonderful mustard and blue wool, 2- 39” panels = 91” x 78”. All hand sewn center seam and ends. Few areas of wear as would be expected in a piece of wool textile over 225+ years old. Has an area where a thin cotton piece was added, where the maker’s name and information has since worn away.
Price: $295, plus shipping
Mint condition, sturdy, buttock basket c.1920, with 4 giant stone strawberries and 4 medium size strawberries. A wonderful little arrangement, 5” x 5 ½”.
Price: Sold, Thank you!
C 1850-60 black and brown polished cotton hand and machine-quilted petticoat with brown check cotton ties, approximately 32” long, 26” waist. Mint Condition.
Price: $295 plus shipping
From the personal collection of Nan Gurley, Maine, an Empire, 2 drawer mahogany dresser with sandwich pulls. Mint condition, 4 ½” x 4 ½” x 2 5/8”.
Price: $595, plus shipping
Well loved, 1700s flame stich pattern purse. Vibrant wool threads of reds and greens with pink silk interior. Would look wonderful framed. Sorry, no name sewn in. 7 ½ x 4” closed. 7 ½ x 6 ½” open. Expected losses to threads and silk.
Price: SOLD, THANK YOU!
19 pairs of hand-carved and painted animals (38) with Noah and wife. Ark is all hand-painted and in superb condition with tin wire hook to lid. 11” x 5” x 3”.
Price: $545, plus shipping
Mint condition 16” stars and swags pierced tin lantern. Black paint likely applied later in 1800’s. The candle holder is not cleated into the base tin, but very solid in place. All original and in fantastic condition. A few dings and dents as expected.
Price: $265, plus shipping
1. C 1820-40 dome-top box in hand-painted green leaves on brown paper. Original tin latch. 5” X 2 ½” x 2 1/8” - $285. 2. C 1825-50 dome-top box with brown printed wallpaper signed inside, “Alice Schlower”, tin closure and hinge , 2 ¼” x 4 x 1 ¾” high - $250. 3. C 1880-90 box with brown printed wallpaper and home-made label, “threads and bias tape”. 8” X 5” x 4 ¼” high - CORRECTION - THIS BOX IS $95 NOT $195. Some paper losses to all boxes as expected.
Price: SEE ABOVE CORRECTION, plus shipping
Wonderful 15” x 6” quartered oak and pine cheese box in original dry red painted surface. Hand cut iron nails. No breaks. Great for bottom of a stack.
Price: $550, plus shipping
Simple, unfinished, New England, 1820-35 blue and brown cotton alpha-numeric sampler on homespun linen. 17 ¾” x 6”.
Price: $98, plus shipping
Small 6 ½”, mint condition amber New England blown chestnut bottle with applied rim and pontil. Few scratches and bubbles as expected – no chips or cracks
Price: $325, plus shipping
Paper theorem done by Mary Griswold; Saybrook, CT. Born January 6, 1762 – August 21, 1823. Buried in Essex, Ct. (Married Selah Griswold April 29, 1780. 1 daughter, Mary Ann born October 25, 1801)). Some wrinkle to base paper and toning, in it’s original frame with history on the back board. Not removed from frame. 10 ¼” x 8 ½”.
Price: $395, plus shipping
Wonderful patina on this one piece carved scoop, maple from Northern New England likely a NE Native American piece. Handle terminates in lollipop hand hold with a drilled hole to hold a string for hanging. 8 ½” long. Old tiny chip on bowl with multiple pot marks along the edges.
Price: $165, plus shipping
21” long cotton crocheted off white socks. Wonderful condition. Does have a few stained spots on soles. In plenty of time to fill with Christmas goodies!
Price: $55, plus shipping
Two silk ¾” (pink and blue) strawberry emeries and 2 silk ¾” (white and red) strawberry emeries with sewn ‘seeds’. All in perfect condition with silk sewn tops. Many of these minis were fastened inside Shaker sewing boxes or needle holders.
Price: $45/ea or $80/pr plus shipping-red and white are SOLD! Thank you!
18th C, likely English, lidded flagon with initials “SVH”, unmarked maker. 10” tall X 4 ½”. Dings and dents as expected.
Price: $185 plus shipping
1. C. 1820 Small, warm patina, oval pantry box, stamped “BFH” for Bella F. Hersey (1776-1829) of the Hingham, MA box makers. Reversed single lapped box fastened with hand-wrought iron tacks, 5 ½” X 2”. Mint condition. 2. C. 1850 New England oval pantry box with thick walls, cut iron nails and original red paint. 7 ½” x 5 ½” x 3 ½”. $255. No breaks on either piece.
Price: $255 each, plus shipping
Mint condition, deep green, 7 ½”, 18th C blown Dutch onion bottle with high pontil and applied lip. Some scratches and bubbles as expected – no chips or breaks.
Price: Sold, Thank you!
1870 -80 pair brown cotton knit baby socks “B” and has a real heel and toe. 6 ½” mint
Price: $75 plus shipping
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