Gloria N. Greenwald Antiques & Folk Art
We have been dealing in early 18th & 19th century country antiques and folk art since 1989. The major Americana antique shows of the Northeast were a focus for many years. Having retired from the show circuit in 2006, we now concentrate on selling privately and online. We deal primarily in country smalls including painted boxes and bowls, lighting, iron and tinware, and baskets. We look for makers who understood form and function, even when handcrafting rather primitive objects. Our preference is for pieces that please the eye AND perform a function. WE OFFER AN EASY LAYAWAY PLAN FOR OUR BUYERS
Circa 1920-1930, the rug depicts the four seasons of the year. From the top, Summer/Fall Harvest, Spring with the Horse, Sheep, Cow and Fruit, Winter with the House, Chimney Smoke. It is clean and in very good condition, one tiny edge pull, a few light edge stains on the back boarder. The colors and graphics are outstanding. A wonderful size fitting into many areas of the country home. 65" long x 27" w. Additional photos are available
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Circa 1880, this child's pull toy horse could be of Amish Origin. A darling designed and crafted piece of American Folk Art. From a private collection, it is in very good condition. There are expected signs of wear. A tiny hole in the chest area may have accommodated a small rope or twin for pulling. The wooden wheels are in very good condition. An outstanding piece of American Folk Art.
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A naive, country-woven, ash-splint gathering basket with a solid handle that encircles the entire body. In an early apple green, over an earlier windsor brown. There are two insignificant breaks. The basket is very sturdy the paint color is stunning. 10" in diameter x 7" high. Additional photos are available.
Price: 130.00 Free Shipping
"Me State Park Mess hall Prison Personal Only, " wooden sign. A colorful early 1900's Hand-Painted Sign, in very good original condition. Signs of such are very collectible, this one is original and in very good condition. 39" long x 12" high. Additional photos are available.
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In very good condition, this desirable snuff has lovely patina, from years of use. The listing is for the handled snuff only. 9 1/4" L x 2 1/4" h x 1 1/2" in diameter. Additional photos are available. We offer a layaway plan for our buyers.
Price: 110.00 - Free shipping
This is a cast-iron, Hubley #354 "Thoroughbred Horse Doorstop," in the original paint, circa 1940. This particular model is different in that it's head is turned toward the left, giving it a lifelike appearance. Most iron horse doorstops faced straight ahead. It is in very good condition, expected paint wear, very tight, no looseness. 12" high x 14" wide x 3 1/4" deep. Additional photos are available.
Price: 175.00 Plus Shipping
This is an outstanding and different small wooden tray with cut-out handles. The patina is outstanding, supporting it's period. It has a unique style, short in height, the bottom extending over the sides and ends. The arch shaped cut-out handles make a nice statement. The interior shows many cutting/chopping marks. The corners have some early errant nails. It is quite sturdy, a very functional country piece. 11 3/4" w x 9" d x 1 1/4" h. Additional photos are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
Price: 125.00 plus shipping
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