Ole Cupboard Antiques
Welcome to Ole Cupboard Antiques. We have been collectors for over 40 years. We specialize in 19Th C Country Primitives, Americana, Early Lighting, and Vintage Advertising. We will be offering you pieces from our collection as well as other great finds. When in North Carolina come visit our new Antique store. We also have a website to shop on www.theolecupboardantiques.com as well as The Dig Store. We offer Layaway. Our Prices do not reflect shipping charges. Any questions call us at 828-389-4281.
From a private collection of nice early painted pieces. This 19Th C Bowl has a large lip and is footed. The paint is Original with some losses from use. The color is a beautiful hard to find Putty. Measures 16 1/2"
Price: $295.00 plus shipping
Vintage Doll of a Dutch girl. From a local estate. The family originally were from Cape Cod. Some damage to fingers on one hand.
From a Pennsylvania collection. A Rare 3 sided Butter Stamp. Measures a mere 3" tall 19th C.
This little 19Th C pantry has it all!! Signed and dated 1898 on the bottom. Also stamped Daniel Craigin on the inside bottom. Nice thick walled. Great mustard paint. 7" X 3 1/2". Has some damage on lap.
Nice little horse pull toy. Good condition for it's age. Missing one eye, and some loss to the mane. 9 1/2" long.
Price: 95.00 plus shipping.
Fabulous late 1700's Small Dome Top Trinket box. Hand Dovetailed, hand cut square nails, snipe hinges. The most beautiful little box I have ever owned. 6" long X 3 1/4" tall. Provenance.
Price: $165.00 free shipping
Great small Massachusetts Apple basket. Nice old Apple Green Paint. 11 3/4" X 7"
Price: $110.00 plus shipping
Great little Cricket/ Stool. From a Searsport Maine estate. Signed Gorham on the bottom. Original Yellow paint. Paint decorated flower etc. measures 16 3/4" long X 7" tall.
Price: 95.00 plus shipping
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