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
This lantern is semi-circular in shape, New England dating to the first part of the 19th century. The single, early glass window slides up to access the candle. Notice the small notch in the tin at the base of the lantern, allowing for this action. Aside from some small dings on the back of the lantern, it is in very good condition. The candle socket is cleated through the bottom. The lantern may be sited on a flat surface or hung. An uncommon country lantern in very nice condition. 12 1/2" h x 7 1/2" w x 4" d. Additional photos are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
Price: $260.00 plus shipping
This small pine country grater dates to the latter part of the 19th century. It is crafted with carved wooden legs, and a hand- punched tin grater, fastened with early nails. It is in very good condition, a nice addition to the country kitchen collection. 13" h x 6 1/2" w. Additional photos are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
Price: 95.00 free shipping
A lath turned and decorated maple 19th c., quill & Ink holder in early mustard paint. Showing signs of extensive daily use, it remains in good antique condition. The interior glass liner is in tact, there is much discoloration on the top from ink spills, and there is paint loss. This is an untouched piece for the purist. The quill is included. it is 3 1/4" diameter x 1 3/4" h. Additional photos are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
The paint on the box is original, the bottom is also in an original lighter green paint. An unusual compliment is the iron handle fastened to the center board. It dates to the latter part of the 19th century with plank construction, early nail lap joints, and sides that are canted in toward the bottom. There is minor paint wear from use. It is 12” w x 8 1/4” deep x 2” high. Additional photos are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
Price: 95.00 plus shipping
The paint is a honey/mustard/color. The paint is early, possibly original. Structurally, the box is in very good condition, no breaks, cracks, missing pins or nails. It shows the appropriate wear for the period. It is clean and odor free. A desirable size, measuring 9" diameter x 4 1/2" high. Additional photos are available. We offer a layaway plan to our buyers.
Price: 165.00 - plus shipping
The scoop was cut from a single piece of maple wood, found in Ct. The sea green paint, is original, showing good wear. The scoop is in excellent condition with no cracks nor splits. A most wonderful country piece. 17" in length x 6" wide x 2 " high. Additional photos are available.
Price: 165.00 free shipping
A most unusual hanging cruise oil lamp with a hinged lid, original chain and hook. Circa 1790-1830, in very good working condition. It is larger in size, and was always meant to hang for the bottom is round. A one of a kind lamp, most likely designed and crafted for a particular use. it is in very good working condition. Place a candle in it, and you have a working country lighting piece. The total length is 21" ; the bowl is 4" in diameter x 2 1/4" high. Additional photos are available.
Price: 110.00 plus shipping
A 19th century hand painted tulips, on a mustard painted background, decorates the front of this Pa. Salt Box. Showing appropriate wear, it is nicely styled with sweeping shoulders, extended bottom, a lift up lid with a chrome yellow painted interior. It is in very nice condition. 10" h x 8 w x 4 1/2" h. Additional pictures are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
Price: $125.00 plus shipping
We’re happy to offer this very early large forged iron hearthside screwer. Found in Pa., the screwer is double footed, these legs help position the portions of meat, fish, for cooking. It has a “heart shaped,” handle for hanging. The screwer has twisted iron handle and shaft typical of 17th century iron pieces. This is a very early screwer, and in very good condition. The overall length is 23” x 3" square. Additional photos are available. We offer a layaway plan to our buyers.
Price: 95.00 - plus shipping
A wonderful 19th c., French Garden Pail, with swing handle. Decorated with embossed vines surrounding the middle of the pail. With outstanding patina from age and exposure, the pail is in very good, strong condition. There is a bit of metal separation on some top seams, but has not weakened the pail. An outstanding early decorative piece for the garden or the home. 6 1/2" dia. x 6 1/2" h. Additional photos are available. We offer a layaway plan to our buyers.
Price: $120.00 free shipping
Early hogscraper candlestick, without the push-up, never had a collar in an early green paint. It is a nice, different country lighting candlstick. 7" h x 3 3/4" dia. The candle is included. Additional photos are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
Price: 75.00 Free shipping
We are happy to offer this exceptional early 19th century, wall sconce in the original mustard paint. Perhaps, a one of a kind, commissioned piece? The sconce is in very good condition, minor paint loss from expected wear. Exceptional construction with folded seams on all edges, including the candle sockets, a full and deep drip tray with fancy flared edges. The sconce dates from 1840-1850. An exceptional early lighting piece, all original. An outstanding piece to grace the country home. Additional photos are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
Price: 550.00 free shipping.
The lantern, found in New England, dates around mid-century and is in it's original untouched condition. Special features include the pierced smoke stack; original hanging ring; solid tin slide-up rear door; original early glass panes, protected with horizontal tin bars; an extended chamfered base, cleated through the bottom candle socket, and retaining it's original red paint. Structurally, it is in very good condition with expected paint wear from years of wear. The style is uncommon and perhaps the only one of it's kind. It is 14" h x 7" sq. base, and 5 1/2" square body. Additional photos are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
Price: 0325.00 plus shipping
1800’s Taghkanic Early Hand Woven Splint Gathering Basket in original paint. A wonderful sky blue paint is under the later taupe colored paint. The taupe shows wear from continued use, allowing that wonderful blue to show through. The weavers are very tight, a few small breaks, which has not affected the strength and visual qualities of the basket. Following are special features of the basket: it has a carved and shaped notched handle; it has the typical double wrapped "D," shaped rim; it has braided and coiled splints which form an uncommonly seen raised ring bottom; it has a interior dome shaped pushed-up bottom; heavy thick ash, oak and hickory splints, are the weavers used in the construction of the basket. -A special early New York State Taconic basket in wonderful paint. A desirable size at 8” high x 14” diameter. Additional photos are available. We offer our buyers a layaway plan.
Price: 295.00 plus shipping
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