Wilmarth's Tin Cats Antiques

Jami Wilmarth | 2407 S. Hayden St. Amarillo, Texas 79109 | 806-236-0418 | jami@tincats.com

Tin Cats Antiques is located in Amarillo, Texas and specializes in early American (18th & 19th century) antiques ... Colonial, primitives, furniture and smalls, and pieces with original or very old paint. Ninety percent of what we offer comes from the Northeast and New England areas. The remaining percentage is found in the midwest and maybe sometimes right here in Texas. We encourage you to visit https://www.tincats.com to see other items not featured here on Dig Antiques. We accept personal checks and business checks, as well as PayPal. Buyer pays shipping costs, although free shipping is available on some items. Returns are accepted within 72 hours of receiving the item(s) for a full refund, minus shipping costs. No questions asked. Items must be returned with shipment insurance and in their originally shipped condition. Layaway available on all items. Please ask.


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Price: varies, plus shipping

2017-Oct-18 06:51pm EDT | Tags :

18th century small wooden box

Special late 1700s box with an etched design on the top. It has a small crack on the top. It is wonderfully hand made with a lock on it but no key. It has metal hinges in the back with old handmade nails holding them on. The metal hinges appear to be old replacements for what once were leather straps. The whole piece is square nailed. Wood is very light probably pine. There is a small piece missing in the back but does not bother the box's integrity. Measures 4 1/2" tall 6" in length and 4 1/4" in depth.

Price: $175 plus shipping

2017-Sep-21 06:00pm EDT | Tags : wood primitive

Wooden spice apothecary

I can't say enough about this simple yet gorgeous late 1800s dark wooden apothecary spice cabinet with carved peg knobs. It has eight labeled drawers in their original and worn stencil, some of which are hard to read. Excellent patina, and normal wear and tear. This honest box has seen many of its years in a kitchen around a hot stove and grease. The box has been gently cleaned from excess grease. The stenciled drawers read: Soda, Pepper, Allspice, Cinnamon, Mace, Ginger, Baking Powder and Cloves. (Dimensions: 18" Tall x 11" Wide x 5" Deep.) I have this wonderful spice apothecary in my personal collection.

Price: $450 plus shipping

2017-Sep-21 06:00pm EDT | Tags : wood primitive

NEW PRICE! Amish Trencher

I love this early 1800s’ Amish Trencher with its dark, scrubbed finish. This well-used trencher has a deep well that has been worn through in one tiny hole; otherwise it is in great condition. It is thick and sturdy, but even better, it boasts an early, early repair done by an expert woodworker. This bowl is part of our collection and a definite favorite! (Dimensions: 19” L x 12-3/4” W x 5” h)

Price: $225 plus shipping

2017-Sep-21 05:00pm EDT | Tags : wood primitive

NEW PRICE! Red painted utensil tote box

Late 1800s tote, original red paint. Beautiful patina and age-related wear. Cracks and chips as expected, yet sturdy. Simple butt-joint construction, hand-carved, old nails with old repairs in spots along the bottom sides. (Dimensions: 11" x 16" and 3" deep)

Price: $100 plus shipping

2017-Sep-21 05:00pm EDT | Tags : painted primitive wood

NEW PRICE! Wooden letter box with carved cherries

Late 1800s or early 1900s wood wall pocket letterbox, carved or etched solid wood with what looks like a cherry tree branches with fruit. Bottom is a little loose, but sturdy; has wear on sides and top. (Dimensions: 9" wide x 7" tall)

Price: $50 plus shipping

2017-Sep-21 05:00pm EDT | Tags : wood primitive

NEW PRICE! Early black couple, perhaps tar?

I honestly do not know what these little dolls are made of, at least their heads. Whatever oily substance was used to harden their heads, it dripped into the clothing on their shoulders. The dolls possibly have real hair stitched into their heads. The female doll has a bonnet and two aprons; the male has a knit cap. The gloved hands of the female have tears, but each of their feet hold tiny leather shoes. Their clothing is period and is both hand and machine-stitched. The dolls are most likely late 1800s, early 1900s. They are fun to look at and talk about and would make a great addition to any early doll collection. Even better ... they are quite affordable.

Price: $35 plus shipping

2017-Sep-21 05:00pm EDT | Tags : dolls primitive toy

NEW PRICE! 6.5" natural wood pantry box

This is an antique wood pantry box stamped Murdock & Co., Winchendon, Mass. It measures 6.5 inches across. It has old nails and a banded top. It has the original finish that has darkened with age. There are a couple of nails missing in the lid causing the top to be a little loose when removed what it is fine when it is closed. It is a great primitive example of an old, well-used pantry box. It would look great by itself, or as part of a stack.

Price: $45 plus shipping

2017-Sep-21 05:00pm EDT | Tags : pantry box primitive wood

NEW PRICE! Natural walnut apple box

This box is a sturdy, beautiful SE Pennsylvania walnut from the 1800s; Fantastic patina and color (Dimensions: 16-1/2" " x 11-7/8" x 5 " H.)

Price: $175 plus shipping

2017-Sep-21 05:00pm EDT | Tags : wood primitive

Late 19th century to early 20th century blue bowl

This heavy bowl measures 10-1/4" and sports a beautiful blue/green, very dry original paint. There are no cracks or holes, but a few inside stains. It has a slightly raised foot that is thinning in the center.

Price: $125 plus $15 shipping

2017-Sep-10 04:00pm EDT | Tags : painted wood primitive

12-13" red beehive wooden bowl

Beautiful beehive bowl from the 19th century. The bowl has its original red wash surface. Appears it might have had a wax applied at some point in its life. It has wonderful shrinkage with no cracks or hairlines. Size is 12 -13" x 3 3/4" tall with a 1" black-painted rim. The inside has chop marks from use. The bowl was lathe turned and shows the expected grooves on the inside and outside. A great example that would display well with other early primitives.

Price: $175 plus $15 shipping

2017-Sep-10 03:00pm EDT | Tags : painted wood primitive

Vintage lipstick red painted bowl

This vintage 20th century bowl measures 8-3/4 inches; it is slightly out of round. The engraving on the bottom reads "Parrish Second Quality Chicago," which indicates the bowl's age being early 20th century. It also appears to have two coats of red paint. There is one tiny hole that doesn't go all the way through on the outside of the bowl. The age and paint history make this bowl very affordable if just starting your collection of primitive painted bowls!

Price: sold

2017-Sep-10 02:00pm EDT | Tags : painted wood primitive

Early antique milk stool

Early antique milk stool, constructed by through mortise and tenon joinery. This old stool is possibly 1700s, judging by it's wear and simplicity. It is super sturdy and cute, and I would bet it could tell many stories if it could talk! The patina and worn carvings make this stool especially desirable. Found in Ohio. Measures: 8" tall by 10.5 wide by 6.5 deep.

Price: $150.00

2017-Sep-05 02:58pm EDT | Tags : wood primitive

Antique miniature coffee grinder

This sweet antique miniature coffee grinder measures just 2.5" x 2.5" x 4." It's a wonderful display piece in any country collection. It even sports a tiny front drawer that works. In fact, the grinder works, so I suppose you could use it for grinding pepper, if you want. I assume this little piece was once an advertising sample in the late 1800s. This miniature piece was found in Ohio.

Price: $80.00

2017-Sep-05 02:58pm EDT | Tags : primitive wood folk art

Early black and red painted document box

This 19th century document box boasts the bold black swirled paint over red that so often was found in Maine in the early to mid-1800's. This storied box was found in Vermont. It is 14" by 7.5" by 5-3/4." The box retains its original wire hinges and square nails and is simply constructed. The top part of the locking mechanism for the box is long gone, but this box still has its original front locking hardware where the key used to fit. The paint is dry and shows much wear that is appropriate and expected for a piece this age; however, the bold paint swirls overshadow the imperfections. This could make a handsome dresser box or addition to any shelf in the house. And what a great piece to sit on a table by the front door to hide mail and other scattered papers!

Price: $200.00

2017-Sep-05 02:58pm EDT | Tags : folk art painted wood

Antique European burl bowl

This antique European burl bowl was found in Ohio. The patina and wear on this bowl, as well as the old repair, give it much character and desirability. The 18th century bowl is thick, heavy and sturdy and measures 10.5 inches in diameter; the rim is 3/4" thick and the bowl is 10.5 inches tall

Price: $350.00

2017-Sep-05 02:57pm EDT | Tags : wood primitive

Early carved and signed pantry box

This early carved and signed oval pantry box says "LS" on both the top lid and the bottom of the box. The box measures 9-3/4" by 5" by 3-1/2" and is stitched and sturdily built by thick walls, braided laces and square nails and pegs. I found this box in Ohio and believe it originated in the United States; however, I saw something with similar carvings recently that was attributed to English origins. Whatever it is, it's beautiful and very early, perhaps late 1700's. (If anyone familiar with this type of box, wood and/or carvings would like to discuss with me, please do!)

Price: $300.00

2017-Sep-05 02:57pm EDT | Tags : folk art wood pantry box

Early black and red painted tote box

This antique red and black wooden tote box, ca. 1820-1850, is decorated in the swirled paint style often found in early Maine pieces. Found in Vermont, the carrier measures 8-1/4 inches by 12 inches by 5.5 inches. It is hand-carved and constructed, and it retains its original tiny square nails. The wear and patina on this piece are fantastic. Nothing has been done to alter the tote box and could still be used in homes today for many purposes. In my home, we use a similar piece to store television remote controls!

Price: $125.00

2017-Sep-05 02:57pm EDT | Tags : folk art wood painted

Early thick pantry box, natural wood, very thick

This cute natural wood pantry box from Ohio measures six inches by four inches by three-and-a-quarter inches. It is skillfully stitched and joined by square nails and pegs, with just a few missing. The box remains sturdy; the walls are thick. The patina on this early 19th century, maybe late 18th century box is fantastic.

Price: $200.00

2017-Sep-05 02:57pm EDT | Tags : primitive pantry box wood

19th century painted wooden box

This petite 19th century painted wooden box is a survivor! It shows normal wear expected for its age, with some sturdy cracks and slightly warped lid, but it retains its original surface paint and hardware. This little box is skillfully dovetailed and nailed by square nails. The lid, though it doesn't close completely, connects by a working wire latch. The back of the box appears to have very old fill-in repairs where wood either rotted or shrunk at the dovetails. This 8" by 5 " by 4-3/4" box most likely would have quite a story to tell if it could talk!

Price: $265

2017-Sep-05 02:56pm EDT | Tags : folk art wood painted

Early wall box with carved bow

This early wall box or pipe box is skillfully hand-carved with a bow to decorate its backboard. It also has a sweet little bottom drawer with its original iron ring. This 13-3/4 inches tall by 5-1/4 inches by 4-1/4 inches box is sound and sturdy with dovetailed construction and square nails. The dark stain of the wood (possibly walnut) shows a few water drop stains, but other than that, the condition is beautiful. This box is of early 1800s New England origin. Someone long ago fixed the box to attach to the wall, as shown in pictures.

Price: $85.00

2017-Sep-05 02:56pm EDT | Tags : folk art wood primitive

Early seated Indiana black woman doll

This is one of the most fabulous pieces of folk art I've ever seen. The amount of work that must have gone into this piece of art to achieve capturing all of that detail is astounding. The only thing missing from this is there most likely was another piece sitting glued to the table. Her face shows a pretty and pleasant expression. The doll's clothes looked to have been machine-stitched. The table and the duck under it were hand-carved. This little doll from Indiana captures life during the early 1900s. Exceptional work. Dimensions: Base of board to height of doll: 7" by 4-1/4" by 6-3/4" tall

Price: $350.00

2017-Sep-05 02:56pm EDT | Tags : folk art primitive dolls

NEW PRICE! Green painted mortar and pestle

Matching mortar and pestle. Mid-1800s, large, hand-carved; original dry-green paint. Small chip on rim. Love this!

Price: 450.00 PLUS SHIPPING

2017-Sep-05 01:58pm EDT | Tags : painted primitive wood

NEW PRICE! Grain-painted sliding lid box, 1800s

This grain-painted sliding lid box is most likely mid to late 1800s. It measures 7-1/4 inches by 4 inches by 4-3/4 inches and was once just green wood that someone decided to make look much prettier by grain-painting it in a mustard color. It is simply constructed of thin pieces of pine. Found in Ohio, the short and stubby box has seen lots of wear but remains sturdy and worth using and admiring.

Price: 55.00 plus shipping

2017-Sep-05 01:57pm EDT | Tags : primitive painted wood

NEW PRICE! Early red-washed mortar and pestle

Mid-1800s. Matching mortar and pestle; original red dry paint; Vermont origin.


2017-Sep-05 01:57pm EDT | Tags : primitive wood painted

NEW PRICE! Antique Scandinavian Bride's Box

This gorgeous antique Scandinavian Bride's Box is bright and bold in it's salmon-red background painted with blue, yellow and white borders that encase the green leaves and white flowers surrounding the box's sides. The top lid has a print glued into it that depicts travelers on camels leaving what appears to be a home and a family. In German-speaking families, it was tradition for the bride-to-be to receive from the groom brightly decorated boxes such as this one; the boxes held small items and mementos. This early 1800's box is well-worn yet retains its lovely paint decorations. It was clearly well-kept over the years. It measures 15-1/4" by 9-1/4" by 6" tall. The flaw worth mentioning is that someone at one time attached a hook to the bottom of the box, presumably to allow the box to prop up and be seen on top.

Price: 600.00 plus shipping

2017-Sep-05 01:56pm EDT | Tags : folk art painted wood

Cloth hosiery black doll, early 20th century

Approximately 11" tall. Well-loved doll made from a sock, but also has hosiery-covered hands and legs. Tear on left hand. Fading on front of dress, which is pink, yellow and purple floral design. Smearing on painted face, Beautifully hand-stitched dress, head covering and pantaloon, ca 1920

Price: $50 plus $15 shipping

2017-Aug-22 06:44pm EDT | Tags : dolls textiles folk art

Early 20th Century Topsy Turvy Doll

The well-loved doll is both hand- and machine-stitched. The dolls' bodies are made in red and green plaid material, as well as blue chambray. The full skirt is blue and white polyester pinstripe. The doll is in good condition with dirty faces, features painted on, and a few small holes in the fabric throughout the doll. ca. 1930; head to skirt, approximately 14" long. More photos available upon request.

Price: $50 plus $15 shipping

2017-Aug-22 06:38pm EDT | Tags : dolls folk art textiles

NEW PRICE! Black rag doll with embroidered face

Lovely black cloth doll with beautifully embroidered face. She has a single band of hair handstitched to her head, and it appears she might have had a head covering that is now missing. Her multifabric, multicolored dress and pantaloons are both hand-stitched and machine stitched. I'm not sure what the hard stuffing consists of, but the body is machine-stitched. She wears a cute eyelet apron. Her body also is made to show small breasts. This doll is skillfully sewn. She is 11" tall; ca. 1920-1930

Price: $75 plus shipping

2017-Aug-22 05:46pm EDT | Tags : dolls textiles folk art

NEW PRICE! Toaster Cover Black Doll (on a block)

Happy black rag doll made on a block bottom to sit on a toaster in the kitchen. While this doll is well worn, especially on the skirt, she is well-made and very pretty! Her body and her clothing are machine-stitched. She wears a black and white plaid scarf around her head with no hair. She has white button eyes and a red stitched nose and mouth. Her dress is pink and white solid and checked with a nice black bow at her chest. Her apron is pink and white, with pink and white checked pockets and lined with black rick-rack. The red stitching at her hands gives the idea she has pretty red fingernails. This keeper of a doll shows normal small holes, stains and spots due to age. An aged sticker on the bottom of the sitting block reads: "P.L. Greenstreet 6820 Boxwood Dr. Falls Church, Va.; Head to bottom of skirt 18" tall (but made to sit on toaster); ca. 1900-1930

Price: $100 plus shipping

2017-Aug-22 05:41pm EDT | Tags : dolls folk art textiles

NEW PRICE! Early hanging pipe box

Hanging pipe box from the early 1800s. Dark finish, pine. Simple construction. Expected wear for its age. (Dimensions: 13” high, 4.5” w; 3” deep.

Price: $200 plus shipping

2017-Aug-18 03:05pm EDT | Tags : primitive wood

Early signed, thick green pantry box

This box is special all the way around. It is early early 1800s and retains its original green paint. The unusually thick box, especially evident on the lid, shows a maker's mark on the inside bottom of the box. The box is also unusually high, compared to most pantry boxes of this dimension. (Dimensions: 8 inches in diameter and 5 inches tall)

Price: $500 plus $20 shipping

2017-Aug-16 01:05pm EDT | Tags : pantry box painted primitive

NEW PRICE! 7.5" deep green pantry box

19th century 7.5 inch blue-green pantry box with a finger lap lid. Normal wear for its age. Wonderful character.

Price: $200 plus shipping

2017-Aug-16 12:05pm EDT | Tags : pantry box painted primitive

NEW PRICE! Grass-green well-loved pantry box

Unusual grass-green colored 9-3/4 inch pantry box. Well loved! It even still contains some of the crystalized sugar it used to hold.

Price: $225 plus shipping

2017-Aug-16 12:05pm EDT | Tags : pantry box primitive painted

NEW PRICE! Gray/green pantry box; 9-1/4"

1800s, dark grayish green color. Appears to be original paint with varnish and in very good condition. Good and sturdy. A couple of the tiny pegs are missing. It shows normal wear and paint loss. Gorgeous pantry box. (Dimensions: 9-1/4” D by 4-3/4” H)

Price: $150 plus shipping

2017-Aug-16 12:05pm EDT | Tags : pantry box wood painted

Heavy natural wood game board with inlaid squares

Recent estate find; 16" by 16" by 1" natural wood-stained checkerboard. Inlaid three-quarter inch squares glued to a one-quarter-inch piece of wood for the base. I'm not sure of the type of wood, but it's extremely heavy, perhaps basswood? Beautiful.

Price: $250 plus $20 shipping

2017-Aug-14 01:26pm EDT | Tags : folk art wood

Gorgeous mustard, brown and black game board

Antique game boards are awesome, and this just might be my favorite one yet. I love the way the mustard and brown (almost maroon) colors work together to stand out as if a bright red might. The alligatoring is my favorite feature, truly gorgeous. This late 19th to early 20th century game board measures 16-1/4 inches by 16-1/4 inches, with the one-quarter part being the frame, nailed by square nails. It's a perfect size for the wall in any den, game room, kitchen or bedroom!

Price: $525 plus $20 shipping

2017-Aug-14 01:05pm EDT | Tags : folk art wood painted

NEW PRICE! Blue and green checker board

Checker board and house decorations on each end are hand-carved into an almost-one-inch thick board. Hand-painted in blue and green wash. One-quarter inch breadboard ends, one end the breadboard is broken off but stable and gives character to this piece of folk art. Appear to be hand-made nails. 19 and a quarter by 16 by almost one inches.

Price: $250 plus shipping

2017-Aug-14 12:31pm EDT | Tags : wood folk art painted

NEW PRICE! Simple red and black early game board

Early hand-painted game board in eye-catching red and black scheme. The single board is rounded on all borders. Nice alligatoring and patina. Great small size. Slightly warped. 15" by 14" by 1"

Price: $175 plus shipping

2017-Aug-14 12:20pm EDT | Tags : folk art painted wood

NEW PRICE! Early black & red painted game board

19th century hand-carved and hand-painted black and red checkerboard. This was a game for serious playing! It includes the board plus trays on each end to hold game pieces. The board measures 21-3/4" long, 14-5/8" wide, and one inch thick. The condition is good and sturdy, wear consistent with its age. It has a few cracks and an old repair with a screw. Constructed with square nails and pegs. Some wood shrinkage due to age.

Price: $200 plus shipping

2017-Aug-14 12:10pm EDT | Tags : wood folk art painted

NEW PRICE! Thin black and red game board

This is a single 14" by 14" by 1/4" plywood board with red and black hand-painted checks and a natural border. Early makeshift game with hole drilled for hanging.

Price: $50 plus shipping

2017-Aug-14 11:23am EDT | Tags : folk art wood painted

NEW PRICE! Black sock-cloth doll with pigtails

This little cloth doll was stitched from a once-black sock, now sun-faded to a brown on all uncovered parts of her. She has black yarn pigtails with white satin ribbons, and a little hat hand-stitched to her head, probably made from the same sock. Her white-button eyes have black paint on them, and the rest of her face is painted in red. Her hands and feet have black yarn tied around them to differentiate between parts. The yarn is missing on her left foot and her neck. Her red and green floral dress is both machine and hand-stitched. Her left leg shows the maker's mark of the sock, in blue print; 13-3/4" long. ca. 1920

Price: $75 plus shipping

2017-Aug-10 12:37pm EDT | Tags : textiles dolls folk art

NEW PRICE!Top of the stack pretty blue pantry box!

Super cute 19th century old blue paint pantry box. It would look great on top of any stack, or by itself. (Dimension: 5-5/8 inches)

Price: $300 plus shipping

2017-Aug-10 11:46am EDT | Tags : painted pantry box wood

NEW PRICE! Early hooked rug with kittens

1920s New Brunswick; excellent condition. In the main photo, there is a shadow on the left side of the rug, so that is not dirt or a stain. If you love kitties, this is perfect for your collection!

Price: $450 plus shipping

2017-Aug-10 11:27am EDT | Tags : textiles folk art

NEW PRICE! Primitive stack of three pantry boxes

This well-loved, well-worn stack of pantry boxes was found in Maine. Gray pantry box is 9 7/8 inches in diameter by 5 inches tall; red one is about 7 13/16 by 3 5/8; blue is 6 1/2 by 2 5/8. Very few replacement nails. All three boxes are solid and secure. GRAY: Paint looks like an old gray over an even older light green. Has a very tight split to the wall. Has a small burn mark to the lid. There is also a small area of wood loss to the inside top of the box. RED: Paint appears to be old red over gray. There wood is tight. BLUE: Original paint. There is wood loss at the bottom. Also, there are what I think are two replacement nails on the bottom that might actually be very tiny screws.

Price: $200 plus shipping

2017-Aug-10 11:16am EDT | Tags : pantry box painted wood

NEW PRICE! Pretty painted tin bread tray

Early 20th century tin bread tray/dish with hand-painted floral designs. Most likely from Pennsylvania. Approximately 4" x 9" x 2.5"

Price: $50 plus shipping

2017-Aug-10 11:06am EDT | Tags : painted tin folk art

NEW PRICE! Signed early blue apple tray

This is a well-loved 19th century apple tray in old, dry blue paint with dovetail construction. It is sturdy, with no history of repairs. One end of it is engraved JWW. (Dimensions: 23 inches long by 14 3/4 inches wide by 3 1/4 inches high)

Price: $155 plus shipping

2017-Aug-08 12:41pm EDT | Tags : painted primitive wood

Miniature hand-carved sliding lid box, 1800s

This sweet old box looks like a miniature candle box with a sliding lid, but it could have been used for many different storage purposes, or just for bragging rights. It is hand-carved and joined without any nails. The lid has a thumb indentation to ease opening. The patina is fantastic! Additional photos available.

Price: $100 plus shipping

2017-Jul-31 01:53pm EDT | Tags : wood

NEW PRICE! 19th century painted tin bread tray

19th century black-painted tin bread tray. Shows a pretty design typical of Pennsylvania and Connecticut that has faded and worn with time. Excellent and true patina. Additional photos available.

Price: $50 plus shipping

2017-Jul-31 12:25pm EDT | Tags : painted tin folk art

Painted tin match stick holder

This delicate piece boasts a star flower design, which is often seen from pieces of Maine origin. It shows beautiful wear. Paint is probably original to this mid-19th century piece. 7-1/4" tall by 4-1/4 inches wide at widest point. Additional photos available.

Price: Sold

2017-Jul-31 07:38am EDT | Tags : painted tin folk art

NEW PRICE! Irish Raggedy Ann and Andy, WWII

These RA&A dolls were hand-made during WWII and belonged to the collection of Joni Gruelle Wannamaker, the granddaughter of Johnny Gruelle, who created the dolls. Gruelle was born and lived in Arcola, Illinois in the late 1800s-early 1900s. This doll set came from Joni's museum collection. Raggedy Ann has pigtails, an unusual hair style for her. Both wear green, yellow and brown textiles of the period. They have sweet handstitched faces, and machine stitched clothing. Normal wear and discoloration to be expected for a well-loved set of dolls. Additional photos available.

Price: $65 plus shipping

2017-Jul-31 06:49am EDT | Tags : textiles dolls folk art

NEW PRICE! Painted tin measuring cup, 19th century

The painted design on this measuring cup depicts fruit and flowers, although hard to tell, confined within a circle. I understand this design was called "fried egg" because of the loose colors contained within a circle. Most likely Pennsylvania. While well-worn, the red and gold colors still shine on the black painted background. Most painted tin such as this occurred in the early to mid 1800s. Some of the wear on this piece indicates someone might have — but not certain — artificially aged the piece, and therefore, the paint. Your expertise is welcome! 4.5" tall. Additional photos available.

Price: $50 plus shipping

2017-Jul-31 06:48am EDT | Tags : painted tin folk art

Hand-held Shaker Mirror

1800'S Shaker hand-held dresser mirror in original black paint. Nice wear and patina. Some age spots on the beveled glass. Very cute and sweet little mirror. 7 -1/2" LONG X 4- 7/8" WIDE. Additional photos available upon request.

Price: 150.00 plus shipping

2017-Jul-26 03:00pm EDT | Tags : painted wood

Catherine Eagle 1870 ABC Sampler

This is a simple school girl ABC sampler signed by Catherine Eagle 1870. Monochrome black on linen. There are no holes, tears or thread loss. The sampler measures 9" by 9" unframed. It is 12" by 12" framed. The frame is new and made for the sampler. It can easily be removed if wanted. Additional photos available upon request.

Price: $135.00

2017-Jul-26 02:00pm EDT | Tags : textiles sampler folk art

Seated Gentleman Silhouette

This is a 19th century folk art hollow cut silhouette of a seated gentleman; hollow cut from black paper over white paper. Unsigned. Original frame. Dimensions with frame - 8 3/4" x 11." In excellent condition with normal wear from age and display. Frame has wear, but still intact, with original bubble/wavy glass and loop for hanging. Additional pictures available upon request.

Price: $175.00 plus shipping

2017-Jul-26 02:00pm EDT | Tags : silhouette folk art

Five-inch beautiful grain-swirled painted oval box

This sweet little grain-painted box from New England measures 5 inches by 3.5 inches in diameter and stands 1.5 inches tall. It has finger-lap design with tiny nail and tack construction. It is in clean, perfect condition. Additional photos available upon request.

Price: $350.00 plus free shipping

2017-Jul-26 01:00pm EDT | Tags : painted pantry box wood

Framed Early Miniature ABC Sampler

This tiny ABC sampler by Mary Ann Adams measures 3.5" by 5" without the frame and 6-3/4" by 8" with the frame. The sampler is not dated but most likely is early to mid 1800s. There are no holes, but some stitching loss. (The white spots in the photos are from a glare.) It is overall in excellent condition. The frame was made for this sampler and made to look old. Frame can easily be removed if desired. Additional photos available upon request.

Price: $350.00 plus shipping

2017-Jul-26 01:00pm EDT | Tags : textiles sampler folk art

Miniature cat hooked rug

Sweet little kitty cat hooked rug in vibrant colors, ca. 1920s-30s. It measures 15 inches by 11-3/4 inches. Additional photos available upon request.

Price: $150.00 plus free shipping

2017-Jul-26 01:00pm EDT | Tags : textiles folk art

NEW PRICE! Miniature painted bentwood oval boxes

Wonderful early antique Scandinavian or Norwegian bentwood miniature boxes in their original painted surfaces. The larger box measures 2-3/4" by 1.5" by 1-1/4"; the smaller box measures 2.5" by 1-1/4" by 1". They are in excellent condition and were found in New York State. Additional photos available upon request.

Price: $100 plus shipping

2017-Jul-26 12:00pm EDT | Tags : painted folk art wood

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