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The box is dovetailed and measures approximately 17" long x 10" wide by 12 1/2" in total height. Applied moldings extend approximately 1/2" beyond the front and sides of the box. It has been grain painted mahogany. The interior has also been painted a light yellow. There are age cracks in the bottom board and the top boards. The backboard has a poorly repaired, but tight, crack along the hinge rail.
The box measures 8" long x 5 1/2" wide x 3 1/8" high. There are four compartments inside. The sides are dovetailed and the bottom is attached with wooden pegs. The painted surface is dry, but it does have some minor dpaint spatters from a later time.
This pantry box has an unpainted natural finish. It features overlapping construction held in place with square-headed nails. There is what appears to be ink stains on the lid (see photo). There is a 5/8" long age crack along the bottom edge. The inside is clean. Based on the oxidation around the nails and the lighter color of wood underneath the lid, I do not believe this is a reproduction.
This early wooden dipper measures just over 14 1/2" long. It has been carved from a single piece of wood, possibly maple. The bowl is 4" across and 5" from the tip to the handle. There is some curl or striping to the bowl, but this does not go into the handle.
The frame is approximately 12 1/8" wide by 14 1/8" high. It accommodates an 8 x 10 picture. The outer part of the picture frame has a faux tortoise shell band decorated with what appears to be mother of pearl leaf and vine inlay. This picture frame is similar to the other one I have listed except there is no damage beyond normal wear. This frame has the original wood back board and wavy glass.
The frame is approximately 12 1/8" wide by 14 1/8" high. It accommodates an 8 x 10 picture. The outer part of the picture frame has a tortoise shell band decorated with what appears to be mother of pearl leaf and vine inlay. This picture frame is similar to the other I have listed with these exceptions: 1) There are two minor areas of damage to the gesso in the upper left corner. The large one is in the corner and measures approximately 1/2" wide x 1/4" high. The second is approximately 1 1/2" to the right of the corner and is about 1/8" in diameter. Both may be seen in the photo. 2) the glass has been replaced and 3) a piece of cardboard serves as the backing. In addition, there is normal wear to the outside edges of the frame.
The lady stands beside her fireplace in her bonnet and shawl with a book in hand. It measures approximately 9" x 7"; With Frame - 11 1/4" x 9". The discoloration at the bottom of her dress is a reflection. It does not appear in the painting. There is what looks like a small tear (1/16" x 1/32") in the lower right corner. Other than that, I see no other rips or tears. There also is no in-painting.
Lathe turned scoop with applied turned handle. Approximately 8" long and 3 1/4" wide at the mouth
11 1/2" long; Line carving or incising on top of handle and in the bowl. Chip carving on the side of the handle. Possibly Native American, but you be the judge.
22" L x 12 1/2" x 4 3/4" deep. Illegible name branded into one end. An age crack runs from one end to about 3/4 of the way to the other end. It looks like previous owner put some glue in it and it now appears stable.
This basket is signed by Dave and Ginny Longaberger. It was authenticated as an original JW Longaberger basket by Ginny in 1992. It has the original owner's name written on the side of the basket. Age and use related issues but no significant damage
Griddle turns on a three legged base. The griddle's diameter is 12 1/2". Total length is 25 3/4"
Dark Amber, Shepard & Company, Zanesville, Ohio c1825; GIV-32; Excellent condition with no high point wear
2 1/4" tall x 2 1/8" in diameter at the top. Polished based with minor roughness; No other chips or cracks
2 1/4" tall x 2" in diameter at the top; bottom exhibits only minor roughness; what appears to be tight 3/8" long hairline crack running from the rim into the glass that can only be felt on the outside There is also a flea bite chip (less than 1/32") on one flute about 5/8" up from the bottom. Neither of these issues detract from the appearance.
Probably by a Midwestern glass house; 22 Ribs; Rough pontil; rolled over lip; only a few extremely minor scratches
24 Ribs with an open pontil and rolled lip; Approximately 7 1/2" tall by 5 1/4" in diameter; very minor high point wear that is mentioned only in the interest of full disclosure
Dark Amber; 24 ribs; Possibly the White Glass Works, Zanesville Ohio; Approximately 8 1/2" tall x 6" diameter; c1820; Some very minor scratches but no other high point wear, chips or cracks
Bulls eye sunburst with vertical ribbing and diamond patterns; flint glass; rough pontil; Approximately 4 1/2" diameter x3 1/2" tall; No chips or cracks
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company; Beaded Scroll and Basket of Flowers pattern variation; Gadrooning on end; Six pointed star with beaded rays on base; c1830 - 40; Chips on two feet; the most serious is visible in the photos. Minor roughness on the rim none of which extends to the outer edge.
6 1/2" tall x 3" at the base x 4 15/16" at the top; rough pontil and some pot stones in the glass. Base shows appropriate wear. See No. 3, Plate 22 in American Glass by McKearin; There are no chips or cracks
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company; Basket of Flowers and Rosette pattern; c1830 - 40; Some roughness on feet resulting from normal wear; otherwise OK
Oak leaf pattern; Lead glass 7 1/4" diameter; 1 1/2" deep; four minor chips on the underneath side of the rim tht are not readily visible from the top.
Attributed to a Pittsburgh area glass house, possibly Bakewell Pears & Co. Decanter is 7" tall plus the stopper which extends another 2 5/8" above the decanter. Rough pontil on the bottom of the decanter. Bottom of the stopper has some roughness. There are two small pot stones in the glass but no other imperfections
Th figurine bears the Royal Copenhagen mark on the underneath side. The mark indicates it was made in 1965. It is about 4 3/8" long x 2 3/4" high
This handsome figurine measurea bout 9" from its rear foot to its nose and stands about 6" high to the tip of its ear. The Royal Doulton mark is on the underneath side of its left rear paw. There are no chips or cracks.
7" plate depicting the "Hey Diddle Diddle" nursery rhyme. The plate was made by Whittaker & Company in Hanley England. It bears the company's mark on the back and the registration number 103739. It was most likely made in 1888. There are no chips or cracks, but there is rough spot about 3/8" long on the underneath side of the edge. This may have occurred when the plate was glazed.
5 1/2" diameter plate with the the alphabet A - Y and a picture of Mother Hubbard standing with her begging dog standing before her cupboard. A leafy vine runs through the alphabet. There is a tight hairline crack between the E and F that is barely visible. It measures about 1 1/8" long There is some minor crazing on the back, but no other issues.
Wooden pip squeak toy. Turn the crank and the woman's arm goes up and down as if churning butter. The wooden box measures 10" x 2 1/8" x 1 3/8". The woman stands 5 7/8" above the box. She is dressed in a long skirt and top with long sleeves. Her hair appears to be an old cotton ball.
Tin Lithograph toy made by the Dayton Friction Toy Works in Dayton Ohio. The toy features an artistically designed boy on a sled with spoke wheels and open sides. The toy has its original paint with as expected paint loss. c1912
Cast iron toy made by the A. C. Williams Company in Ravenna, Ohio c1930. Original paint and rubber tires
Made by Hubley Manufacturing Company in Lancaster, PA. Paint Loss. This horse drawn engine measures approximately 21" long making it one of the largest produced by Hubley. The paint appears to be original.
Cast iron bank 4 5/8" tall. Good casting with minor paint loss to the tail and screw head
Cast iron bank 5 1/2". Made by Arcade manufacturing in Freeport, Illinois c 1930. Good casting with paint loss
Cast iron bank 5 3/8" tall. Good casting with paint loss. The screw holding the bank together has been replaced
c1890 cast iron mechanical bank made by J & E Stevens. Green paint on cabin sides. Good paint and working condition.
c1897 cast iron mechanical bank made by J & E Stevens. Good mechanical order with good paint.
c1888 cast iron mechanical bank made by J & E Stevens. Works. Better than average original paint. Possible repair to bat
The spoon has been carved from a single piece of wood. It is approximately 14 1/2" long. The bowl is 4" in diameter and 1 3/8" deep. The handle features a woman in high heels carrying a book and purse. Above her is a carved heron. On the back, the bowl appears to be held by a hand whose thumb wraps around to the front.
The box measures approximately 2 7/8" long x 1 7/8" wide x 1 7/8" to the top of the domed top. The domed top is attached to the box with a single hinge that is in god condition. It has a wire ring handle on top and a tin hasp on the front. Similar pitting as seen on the top is on the other sides of the box
The punched tin frame holds a small glass flip with a ground bottom. The top is hinged to the frame and locked in place with a tin hasp. It opens to provide access to the candle. One holds the lantern with a tin ring that is attached to the top. The lantern is approximately 6 1/2" tall plus the height of the handle
Likely made by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company c1820. Approximately 8 1/4" tall plus the height of the stopper
Lamp has a two tube brass burner and collar. There is a stress crack running about half way around the font about 1" from the base of the font. It is unclear whether it can be felt inside the font. Wavy lines directly below the stress crack suggest that this likely occurred when the lamp was made. Otherwise there are no other imperfections.
Made by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company c1850. Starch blue font over clam broth base with a sand finish. Brass collar and double tube burner. The burner appears to be original. It retains one original wick and both caps. The caps are attached with what appears to be the original chain.
This rare witch on a broom boot scraper was made by the Albany Foundry. The foundry was in operation from 1897 - 1932. It has very little rust and retains its original paint. There is some damage as follows: One of the mounting brackets on the back is broken and there is a break in front of the witch's knee.
This lamp is approximately 7 1/2" tall. It has a punched design in the lid and floral etching on the front. A fleur-de-lis and snowflake like design grace the base. It also has its original wick pick and chain/
The bird on this rare lamp turns to unlock a small door. The lamp is in original condition with its original hanger hook and wick pick and chain.
This stool has a cut out hand hold, a scalloped apron and splayed legs. It exhibits original paint with honest wear. One of the apron curves has been broken off. See the picture below. This break occurred a long time ago since the area where the break occurred has been worn smooth.
Horse shaped tobacco cutter mounted on a curved log board. The horse measures approximately 13 3/4" nose to tail. The wooden handle is attached with what apear to be hand forged rivets. The bases measures approximately 15 1/4" long x 8" wide
Dovetailed construction showing signs of early paint inside. Canted on all four sides. The box rests on a base that extend approximately 1/2" from the sides. Dimensions are approximately 11 3/4" wide x 6 3/8" front to back x 4 3/8" deep. The back board is 8" high .
Early candle box with a canted front and dovetailed construction. Gently curved sides rising from front to back. Untouched natural finish. The backboard was been broken and glued at sometime in its life. Approximately 13 1/2" long x 4 7/8" wide x 3 1/4" deep at the front.. The back board is 11 3/8" high
At the top, the box measures approximately 6 1/2" wide x 4 1/2" deep x 5" high. It is mahogany. The lid features a pin cushion and the initials of the original owner surrounded by 18 43 inscribed in copper tacks. The lid opens to reveal a small mirror
The box measures approximately 11" wide x 7" deep x 6 1/2" high. It features dovetailed construction, the original painted and dry surface and the original brass escutcheon. It is raised on the original ball feet. Ex. Robert Burkhardt with additional provenance written inside in pencil.
The box measures approximately 13 3/4" long x 7" deep x 7 1/4" tall. The lid opens to reveal a 2 1/2" compartment that runs the full length of the box. The drawers are all dovetailed.
This dovetailed miniature blanket chest measures approximately 18 1/2" wide x 9 1/4" deep x 13" high. The surface is original and dry. The top has an applied molding, There is a till, but the lid and side has been replaced. The bottom board in the till is original to the chest. It is raised on the original turned feet. Three of the four feet have lost some height.
This jar features a cobalt flora decoration. It was made in Athens New York by N. Clark Jr between 1843 and 1892.
The jar carries an incised West Troy N Y Pottery makers mark. It is decorated with a free hand drawn blue bird standing on the ground. There is a tight hairline crack and some minor rim flakes.
The jug does not carry a maker's name but it is likely to have been produced by either a Troy New York or Vermont pottery. There are no cracks and only two minor flakes on the outside rim of the jug's mouth.
Hand drawn and colored fraktur memorializing the birth and death of Maria Herntzelman. Maria was born June 15, 1839 and died March 10, 1849. The fraktur has three inscriptions. The first written in German records her birth in Mercer County Pennsylvania. The second is a loose English language translation of the first. The third records maria's death in Jackson Township, Mahoning County, Ohio
c1835 Empire period sideboard. Mahogany case with three drawers and four doors raised on hand carved hairy paw feet.
The eagle is 11 1/4" from the base to the tip of the wing and measures 11 3/4" beak to tail. It has an oval base that is approximately 7 1/2" x 4 1/2". Minor imperfections
Portrait done in watercolor and pencil appears in its original Victorian shadow box frame. The subject's name appears on the back. Sight 7" x 9" oval; Frame 12" x 13 3/4"
Water color on paper of a bird resting on a cherry tree branch. It is signed by the artist " Done by A. H. Trimble 1829. Matted and framed. Sight 7 3/4" x 9 1/2". Early but likely not original frame measures 12 3/4" x 17"
The wonderful piece of American folk art was found in New hampshire. It measures approximately 21" long and is made of pine. A paper American Flag is raised high on a pole on the ship's stern. The bow has a tin plate bearing the ship's name - Scotten. It retains its original alligatored paint and comes with a stand.
Ohio school girl sampler stitched by Maggie (Margaret) Grubel, age 14, while at the Ursuline School in Tiffin, Ohio. In addition to her alphabet, she stitched the first stanza of Ave Maria in cursive. The sampler is mounted on its original wood backing. It measures approximately 16" wide x 24 1/2" high. It is in its original frame
The stand has its original red wash finish. It exhibits great verticality, a wide top with good overhang and well turned legs.
This one drawer stand was found in Perry County Ohio. It is in as found condition and retains its original finish. The dovetailed drawer is cock beaded. The drawer pull is flanked by two 4 ring concentric circles with each ring raised above the preceding one. The ringed panels are then inlayed into the drawer front. The sides, back and front of the stand exhibit the same string pattern which has been chiseled out of the underlying wood
This mixed wood (possibly cherry and mahogany) stand retains its original finish and brass pulls. It is raised on bold rope turned legs.
Early mixed wood stand that has its original finsih, brasses and escutcheons. The drop leaves are supported by two butterfly supports that fold into the base. The supports are attached to the base with wooden hinges that have five knuckles.
c1830 tiger maple stand exhibiting strong tiger striping and an unusual drawer configuration. The one over two drawer configuration has a top drawer with a bowed front that protrudes over the bottom two drawers. The stand is raised on turned legs that exhibit the same strong tiger striping.
This federal period game table retains a dark but not original finish. The scalloped top rests on a single swing leg when opened. The mahogany base rises on four rope turned legs.
Poplar blanket chest raised on turn feet with a till. The chest has been grain painted to resemble rosewood. The back is marked T Van Sickle/Rushville/O. It is approximately 36" long and 18 1/2" wide
Four drawer Sheraton to Empire period chest in Cherry. Swan's neck back splash with turned finials in the center and on both ends. The upper drawer is flanked by carved sunbursts with a tiger maple center. Pilasters with carved veins, facets and ring turnings flank the lower drawers. Chest also exhibits a scalloped apron and is raised on turned feet..
c1850 Pennsylvania child's high chair The chair retains its original finish and stenciling. The stencil motif features a prominent bird surrounded by grapes, leaves and a house. The seat and legs are decorated with yellow striping.The arms display wear consistent with age and use. That is, they have bear wood that is well patinated.
This c1840 step-back cupboard retains much of its early glass and original wooden pulls. Primary woods are cherry and walnut with poplar secondary. The top section has two 8 pane doors below a complex cove molded cornice. The lower section has two dovetailed drawers over two doors. It measures approximately 48" wide x 19 1/4" deep by 87" tall
The upper section of this 2 piece cherry step-back cupboard that has 2 - 6 pane doors residing below a ring turned frieze. The lower section has 2 dovetailed drawers over 2 doors with raised panels. Poplar secondary wood. 46 1/2" wide by 20" deep x 84" tall
c1815 sideboard in cherry and mahogany resting on turned and reeded feet. The curly cherry gallery is dovetailed with a back raised at the center. Brasses are of the period but may not be original to the piece. Poplar secondary wood. 72" long by 22" deep
Poplar dry sink in old dark finish. It features a single dovetailed drawer to the right and original stamped metal lock on the doors.
This 2 over 3 drawer chest is in as found, untouched condition. It retains its original finish and brasses.
This elegant one piece cupboard fits nicely in a 31" corner. It exhibits the hand of a skilled cabinet maker. Features include a block and vein frieze, picture frame moldings on the returns, shelves with scalloped edges and a scalloped apron. Two carved sunbursts flank the dovetailed drawer in the waist. Triple raised panels afront the lower two doors.
This 3 drawer over 3 drawer chest is attributed to Jacob Bope in Fairfield County Ohio. It is cherry with walnut secondary wood. Features included, veined stiles, original turned feet, herringbone trim attached to the edges of the top board and inlayed kite- shaped escutcheons. Brass pulls are later replacements. See page 43 Ohio Furniture Makers by Jane Sikes Hageman for a chest by the same hand
Corner Cupboard is raised on its original turned feet. There has been no in-painting. The glass in the 12 pane door is mostly if not all original.
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