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 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 www.countryandshakerantiques.com
A very nice china head doll with the best early original exquisite clothes. She has a cloth body and china arms and legs. She has one missing hand but other than that she is all original and very nice. She is 10 1/2" and is circa 1890. For more pictures of her on my other website, www.countryandshakerantiques.com
This is a mid to late 19th C original blue painted basket with 10 authentic rag balls. They are very heavy and old rag all the way through. Out of a private collection. The basket is 13" by 9" and is 8 " to the rim. The rim has some missing wrap by the handle on one side and a few minor breaks near the handle on the same side side. The rag balls are the best I have ever seen and the basket has old nice patina.
This is a nice antique spice chest in old and original green paint. It has 12 drawers with original wooden pulls. The drawer fronts have nice old surface and don't look like they were ever painted. The tiny T nailed construction is early and nice. It has a spice smell about it that is mellow and pleasing. It is a nice small table top size, 15" wide by 12" tall by 7" deep not counting the pulls. You can see that one drawer was used much more than the rest. The third drawer up on the left side and second in has a repair to the front of the drawer just below the knob. The drawers all work well. Circa 1840 To see more pictures please go to my other website www.countryandshakerantiques.com
This is a wonderful early wooden paddle used for stirring big pots of fruits being made into jelly. It still smells sweet and I think it was used for grape or blackberry jam. Of course, it could have been used for stirring almost anything. 18" with a nice old original hole to hang it. Excellent condition
Price: 25.00 sale
A pair of wooden knitting needles in excellent condition that is from the mid-1800's and are 15" long.
Price: 30.00 sale price
Here is a black cat the survived to live another day. He looks like he was attached by a cat, probably a jealous cat. His ears have been chewed and punctured. He is big enough to be used as a pillow. He is cotton stuffed, faces on both sides . He has some holes here and there, he has been played with. He is circa 1930 and 13" by 10"
This is a very nice early crow decoy for the common man in the late 1800's to early 1900's. He is wire and black fabric and straw with bent wire to stand. He displays nicely on a shelf. He is 14" long and 8" high.
This adorable tiny tin toy penny whistle from the late 1900's has little red hearts around the the side of the whistle. It came in this box and fits perfectly but I don't know if the were sold like this or not. The whistle works and it is loud so I wouldn't advise giving it to a child unless you are planning to leave right a way. A little gem from the past. The box is 1 3/4" by 1 1/4" by 1" tall and the whistle is 1 1/2" by 7/8"
Price: 25.00 sale
Very nice early toy horse all hand sewn brown flannel, applied and painted eyes, wonderful detailed face, attached ears, defined hooves, (back left is missing some of the hoof covering), nice horse hair tail and the stubble remains of his mane. He is 13" long and 10" tall and is firmly stuffed. Circa 1880-90
Price: 285.00 sale price
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