Lana Smith Antiques
I have been selling antiques for the past 30 years. I have lived in various parts of the country,Maryland,Chicago, Ohio, Virginia and Philadelphia,where my interest and love grew for Americana. I offer 18th and 19th objects with good design textiles, folk art , decorative arts, sewing items and some jewelry. I often look for pieces that are unique and different. I accept credit cards, money orders and checks in good standing. I have a 100% full return policy if returned in same condition as received within 72hours. Customer is responsible for shipping and insurance. I still can be found exhibiting at about 6 major shows a year. I am happy to hear requests for items I may have in my inventory. Just e-mail!
Three wood girl cutouts dressed in crepe paper dresses with hats & bows on back. Hand painted faces & shoes. Attached to black wood base. Very whimsical. Probably 1940's 7"x611/2" high
Carved marble flame on custom base. Can't tell what purpose was . I do not believe it is a cematary piece . Would be nice on shelf as a bookend I have enclosed photo which shows slight crack. 51/2"x3".
From my pig collection. 19thc yelloware pig bank. No cracks or chips with nice molted glaze on upper half. 5"x3".
Painted canvas decoy . This is a working decoy about as folky as you can get. Has lead weight on bottom and lead pulling cord at front. He is8 1/2 length and 15 long. He was purchased many years ago at auction.
Small spatter cup & sauer in blue & white. Excellent condition No chips or cracks Perfect little size for a grouping. 2 inches tall & 4 1/2 across.
19thc. Bale handle pantry box in black paint. Crusty surface with copper tacks down side. 9 1/4 across and 5 1/2 tall.
Pa. Sampler dated 1805 by Mary Peach. Stitched on linen in excellent condition! 10x 101/2 which is a nice sweet size. Berry designs run along bottom. Frame is not original but old.
Called church dolls because they were taken to church to keep child occupied. Pa origin Cotton body with penciled face. This one has a little cap & beaded necklace. 7 1/2"
Nice little tin bank with remains of original blue paint. Has bank printed across front..3 1/4x 2 1/2.
Tole tea canister in vibrant red . Basket of flowers on front with ochre,green, & brown flowers . A band of ochre at the top & bottom of canister. Brass finial on top opens to reveal divided interior. The paint is excellent on this piece. You just do not find red of this quality! A great piece. 5" highx3 3/4 wide x4"at bottom
Black tole shaker with handle . All original paint I red & green around outside Tiny size. 2 1/4 high x 1 1/2 at base.
This is a piece l have had for many years. A wooden rack in old mustard paint. Measures 18" long x 17 1/2" wide for cross bars. It has holes for hanging & l believe it is to be hung with cross bars facing down due to the bracket on the back. Can' t quite figure it out,but I have always just used it as visual on the wall.
Stone book dated 1894. Front has French Lick Springs. From French Lick Indiana. Known for it's healing water back in the day. Back of book has a little twig design. Measures 4 1/2 x 4 X11". It was probably a souvenir piece. No chips!
Wool hooked dog rug professionally mounted. Brown ground with 1" boarder of black with speckled of color. White on tail and paws. Is this your lab puppy? Ready to hang. 32"x 22".
Bakelite pin in mustard color. Nice raised oval center with cut out edges 2 1/2" across. Excellent condition. C1930-40.
'$45Celluloid pin. Carved group of leaves with mustard cord. Excellent condition. Great jewelry gift.c1930.
Unusual 11 layer pen wipe"Appears to be wool suiting so. Stripes, checks, & solids. Hand on top is felt with cotton stitching. 5 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches. Good condition.
Cast iron bank that I call "The Banker". Retains much of his original paint. A little loss around his face. Love details of spectacles & nice smile. Early 20thc. 5 1/4 x 2 3/4 across at elbow.
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