Nancy E Perna Antiques
I have been collecting antiques for 35 years. Living in Pennsylvania all my life I was exposed to wonderful things, and my collection has grown over the years. Several years ago I started selling antiques part-time. I participated in about 3 or 4 shows a year and had space in 2 antique shops in Lancaster County, PA. I took a break from selling for several years, and now I've decided to open an on-line shop at Dig Antiques. My interests include things from early childhood, folk art, americana, early smalls, etc. I accept checks or PayPal. PA residents add 6% sales tax. I charge shipping unless otherwise stated. I try to give a detailed description and condition on each item. If you need more pictures or have any questions you can call or e-mail me. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return the item within 3 days for a full refund minus shipping and insurance.
Doll cupboard with attached mirror, 22 3/4" high, including mirror, 12 3/4" wide, 7" deep. It has 2 doors, one drawer, original glass mirror, white knobs, and a shelf inside. It was made of cigar boxes. Very good condition.
Miniature sampler, 5 1/4" x 4 1/2". This tiny sampler may have been a part of a longer sampler, since it only has letters A to O. It has been professionally mounted. A note written on back says "American 1810 - 40." Excellent condition.
Blue painted doll's chair, 13 1/4" high. Seat is 5 3/4" from floor. It appears the chair was originally painted blue and had a later cream paint which was scraped off. Some of the cream color is still there. It is very sturdy and in excellent condition.
3 Shaker boxes, sold separately. Smallest is 3 1/2"," E.V. Carter" in pencil written on top. The middle one has a red stain and is 4 1/2" and has a small piece of damage to bottom of lid. The largest one is 6 3/8" with a shaker nail attached to a note that says the nail is from a Shaker Community in Hancock, Massachusetts. Excellent condition.
Price: Smallest - $65, medium - $110, largest - $95
Silhouette of gentleman with pony tail in gilt frame. 5" x 6". Thymol- treated, de-acidified in a UV protected glass. Good condition with a few small tears.
Silhouette of young man in a gilt frame, signed "D C Mors." De-acidified and thymol treated in a UV protected glass. 3 7/8" x 4 7/8". Excellent condition.
Hollow-cut silhouette of young woman in gilt frame. There is a note on the back. " Elisabeth Raylman Search, 1810 - 1900, maternal great-grandmother." It is stamped " William C. Blood, Inc., 42 South 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA." There is some foxing and a few tears. 6 3/8" x 5 3/8".
I’m not quite sure what kind of bird this is , but to me it looks like a dove. The beak is kind of small. The bellows have been replaced as many of them get brittle over time. The squeaker works. It measures 4 1/2” x 2 1/2” x 4 1/2” high. Very good condition.
Child-size duck-bill Windsor chair ca.1800-1820. Legs are mortised through seat. Rod-back and legs have bamboo turnings. It is 26 1/4" high. The seat is 12" from floor. It is in excellent, sturdy condition.
Squeak toy bird-on-branch with wire legs. Nest has 2 eggs. It does not squeak, but is in excellent condition. 3 14" x 2 1/4" x 4 1/2" high.
Miniature German cloth horse with great detail. Glass eyes. 3" long, 3" tall. Excellent condition.
Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 7 inches diameter. Excellent condition - no chips or cracks. No repairs.
Miniature basket in original Spanish brown paint. 4 7/8"long, 3 1/4 wide. Excellent condition. This little basket would look great with miniature stone fruit or tiny velvet strawberries.
Velvet rooster on wire legs, probably made in Lancaster County, PA, 19th century. It is nicely theorem- decorated with glass eyes. It is 4 1/2" tall and 4 1/2" long. One leg is a little loose but secure. It looks like it might have been glued at one time and the glue came loose. Otherwise, excellent condition.
2 darning samplers professionally mounted and framed together under one glass. Good condition.
Child’s “Punch” tea set by Charles Allerton & Sons England circa 1890. There are 17 pieces- a teapot, cream and sugar, waste bowl, 4 cups and saucers, and 4 plates. One cup and creamer have a faint hairline. Otherwise, excellent condition.
Carved wooden folk art horse in dapple gray paint. There is a small piece of one foot missing. Horse is 10 1/2" tall and 12" long.
Lithographed Soap Circus Ark with original soap inside top. Marked "Made in Germany". Excellent condition.
Early, circa 1850, carved wooden doll's head. Carving shows beautiful sausage curls around head. Most of nose worn off and a lot of shoulder plate is missing. Stand included. A nice piece of folk art!
Miniature copper bed warmer with wooden handle. Came from Mary Merritt's Doll Museum in PA. 9 1/2" long.
Price: $85, includes shipping
Small PA tole box with berries and green leaves on white ground. All original paint and decoration, with wear consistent with age. One hinge in back is broken, but it still opens nicely.
PA tole box with red and green leaves. All original japanned paint,hasp and handle. Nice small size, 61/2" long, 3" deep. Some wear, mostly on bottom front and some on sides. Does not detract from the beauty or decoration.
Rooster candy container made of felt, feathers, lithographed cardboard, and wood. It is probably German. The condition is excellent.
Rectangular wallpaper box with lid. 91/4 x 41/2 inches. Old U.S. newspaper on bottom. Wear to edges. Otherwise good condition.
Hand- made Nut head doll with hand-sewn dress, apron, slip and pantaloons. Straw hat with off-white trim. Small stain on apron. No tears.
Lancaster county folk art rag doll. 13". Has hand sewn romper and black shoes, painted face and hair. She could use a good cleaning.
Make-do pincushion with cobalt blue glass base and lead center piece. Very good condition.
Lidded sewing basket with multi-colored weavers. 6 inches in diameter. Excellent condition.
Painted slide-lid spice box in original dry bittersweet paint. 121/4 x 77/8 inches. Dovetailed and chamfered. Dovetails are little loose, but can easily be glued. Otherwise excellent condition.
19th century velvet carrot pincushion 11 inches, along with 20th century apple. Carrot has a few small repairs. Apple excellent condition.
Price: $295 for carrot, $95 for apple
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