Pat Hatch Antiques
For the past 42 years, I have owned an antique shop in Harvard Massachusetts, 30 miles west of Boston. I live in antique country and I am buying all the time. I specialize in country furniture, textiles, 19th black and white cloth dolls and Shaker antiques. I accept checks, money orders and PayPal. For any reason, you may return items within 3 days of receiving them with full refund less the cost of shipping and insurance. I will be glad to answer questions and send more detailed pictures. Thanks for looking and I look forward to hearing from you. Pat Please check out my website at http://www.countryandshakerantiques.com.
This is a great 1890 mohair cat that stands nicely on its own. He has about 70% of his mohair. He has a loved face with a bit of a pushed up nose. I think he is a Steiff but is without a button. He is 13" long and 9" tall to the top of his head.
The Juvenile sewing machine with sewing clamp,(the clamp might not be orig. to it). There are two holes on either side of the base of the sewing machine to attach it to a base or table. It looks to be in working condition and instructions are on the inside lid of the original box that it has been kept in. It really doesn't look like it has ever been used. It is 5" side to side and 6" to the top of the thread holder. The box is 6" by 6" by 3" tall.
Sale Very nice Civil War era calico sewing roll. It is in very good condition with some moth holes in the homespun red wool pocket at the end of the roll up. it is 4" wide and 15" long. 1860-70 Please see all 3 pictures
Price: 195.00 with free shipping
Here is a dear little papier Mache doll with big brown glass eyes. Possibly original dress. She has sewn on leather boots. She has a mended hand and a old crack on the left side of her face. Her face couldn't be sweeter and has no touch ups. C1870-80
This is a really nice perfect condition Shaker red wool doll dress with separate bertha. 8" top to bottom, 4" across the shoulders and the sleeves are3" long. It is pinned on to a newer doll dress form that makes it a very nice display without a doll. The quality leaves no doubt in my mind that it was made by the Shakers. C. 1910-20 Please see all three pictures.
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