The Antique Heart
I have been collecting antiques for over 60 years and began selling as "The Antique Heart" about 30years ago. I sell at shows and out of my home. Many of my pieces are from my own personal collection. I am particular about what I buy and collect and I deal primarily in early Americana. I accept payment by check and will ship once the check clears the bank. I charge only the exact cost of shipping and you may return items within 3 days of receiving them, if you are not satisfied. The return shipping will be paid by the customer. Thank you for your interest in The Antique Heart. Feel free to call me if you have questions. Lona
19th century. This piece measures "74 x"66. Hand woven in a unique all over , intricate ,checkerboard design in blue and tan and has a "5" border on 3 sides, and bound all around with cloth tape. In excellent condition. Quite a show piece---
19th century, hand woven. Measures "84 x "78 with 3" fringe on 3 sides. Color is cream with dark blue "Window pane" design with center seam and contrasting geometric border design. There are no tears or damage With the exception of 3-4 very small moth holes. Initials of EAC at the top of coverlet.
Attributed to the Papago (Tohono O'Odham) tribe. Most likely made for personal tribal use as a water vessel in the early 20th century. Measures 20" high, 52"circumfrance, 7" mouth opening. Found in New Mexico. A lovely and interesting display piece, in very good condition--just a couple of scrapes around lip.
Oil on canvas painting of a lovely elderly woman. I suspect that the frame is original to the piece. Name of painting and painter unknown. Measures 13 1/4 " length, 9 1/2" width.
Nearly 200 years of our country's history (1776-1955) depicted in 9 fine detail pewter figurines by the Franklin Mint in 1976. First Citizen, Pathfinder, Canal Boat Man, Prospector, Homesteader, Gibson Girl, Immigrant, Jazz Man & The GI
Price: 195.00/. reduced. $150.00
Early blue willow pattern child's tea set plus a covered dish and cloth napkins. 4 cups and saucers, 4 plates, a teapot and creamer and sugar. Excellent condition--no cracks or chips. No markings to identify except for the covered dish which is marked on bottom "made in Japan" and is not part of the original set
19TH desk top pewter ink well. Attached base with hinged lid covering a porcelain ink dish, surrounded by 5 pen or quill holes. Shows evidence of use, but in good condition. No markings. The base measures 7 5/4" in diameter and the top 3 3/4".
The unique shape of this Dampierre Vase by Lalique, with its short bowl and wide mouth, lends to its appeal. The alternating sparrows and vines are enhanced by the traditional Lalique satin-finish. Made in France it measures 5.3"high x 4.6" diameter. It was a wedding gift to its former owner 40+ years ago, and is in excellent, like new condition. No cracks, chips or mars. Signed on the bottom.
Price: 650.00/ $520.00
Early New England mortar and pestle. In excellent condition and carries the original finish. An interesting base and lined design. Measures 7 1/4" tall, diameter is 16" and the opening 4". The pestle is 10"long.
Age unknown, and looks to have been carved out of a pine log. Measures 21 3/4" long and 9" wide, with a 16 1/2" bowl. No cracks--just a single metal tab repair.
Very early iron piece. Has been well used, and in excellent condition, with no loose pieces. The 4 feet are securley attached .The base is well hinged to the handle which has is capped by a wooden grip. A wonderful addition to your fireplace pieces!!
Price: $225.00--reduced 195.00
3 early kitchen tools with wooden handles---I purchased these unusual pieces from an avid collector of antique kitchen gadgets. Each handle measures 4" and has a very smooth patina. The middle piece (a spoon-like scoop) is imprinted with D.CARMICHAEL MAKER.SAD. Some of the letters are hard to make out----All 3 pieces are very sturdy although they look .to have been well used
Price: 45.00 / reduced $25.00
A touch of yellow brightens any room, and this striking 19th century quilt does just that. The 9 square pattern in blues is enhanced by the yellow calico and the small squares across the middle in brown. The quilter evidently ran out of the fabric, so did the last squares substituting with a light pink. The backing and the edge trim is done in a blue gingham homespun. Measuring 86" x 70" with a very light batting it is a nice comfortable weight. There are no stains, flaws or repairs, so is in excellent condition and appears never to have been laundered.
Sculptor James Stafford created this Bronze Edition of Original Art Work done in the late 1960s. . This one is the No. 2 cast of a series of 12 and has been in my collection since 1975. I can furnish the certificate of authenticity.
Price: 1500.00 reduced to 1300.00
19TH Century tin candle mold. 4 place and in very good condition--no dents, holes or loose pieces. The surface is slightly rusty except for the handle. The candle tubes measure 8" and the top is 4" square. The loop hanger is original.
Long handled, hand carved, maple meat tenderizer. Measures 14" in length and has a 3 1/4 " mallet with 2 sides carved for use. A very solid piece with a patina representative of it's age and use
Price: $35.00 / reduced. $25.00
Very nice pair of Sugar Nips (cutters) . Used in the Colonial days to cut bits of sugar from the "cones"
Price: 135.00. reduced $95.00
From London---a beautifully made 19th century Leather collar box in a very unusual horseshoe shape. In very good condition, however a repair has been made to the strap which was showing years of use and nearly falling. apart. I had a cobbler re-stitch it. Hopefully it will find a new home.
Price: 85.00. Reduced--50.00
5 very early (19th century) hand made kitchen knifes. Used of course for chopping, peeling, coring etc. in the early kitchen. A nice addition to your antique kitchen ware collection
Price: 85.00 / Reduced. $65.00
A very nice pair of 18th century Connecticut River Valley Windsor chairs. Original deep red paint shows appropriate wear. Still very sturdy. Purchased in Minnesota in 1997 for my personal collection.
Price: $1200----SALE $950,00/pair
Unusual, two handled pewter tankard from New England. No markings and in excellent condition. 6" tall, 4" across top, 4 3/4 " across bottom
Price: $195.00 / reduced $170.00
Antique marmalade or jam jar with tin lid, a lever action beater/chopper with a wooden knob. NOT GENUINE UNLESS BEARING Wm. P HARTLEY'S LABEL is embossed on the bottom.
Price: 35.00. reduced. $25.00
ICYPI square metal ice cream scoop with wooden handle and working lever mechanism. Scoop is marked "ICYPI ,Automatic Cone Co,, Cambridge, Mass., Pat. Appl'd for" Measures 10 inches long.
Price: 120.00. reduced to 95.00
Early 1800,s trammel. probably used in a walk-in-fireplace. 38" long.
Price: 225.00 SALE PRICE 185.00 + s
Early 19th century hand woven wool blanket. Plaid design with Mustard color background with black, blue and rust accents. Beautiful weaving and signed " B W " Measures 92" long and 74" wide. Very good condition. One of a kind piece---
18TH century Betty lamp. Hinged lid covering wick holder. Chain with make do hook, and intact wick pick
Price: 210.00/ reduced 175.00
Maker unknown. Molded pattern--Bird hunter motif. Man/dog on one panel, birds in tree on other panel Glazed interior. Measures Aprox. 4 1/4" high at spout, 2 1/2" diameter base. Has English registry lozenge on bottom. Cream color. Mid 19th century, Excellent condition.
Price: 150.00 reduced to 105,00
51/4" high without lid, 6" high with lid, 21/4" diameter at base. Stoneware with pewter lid, Imari pattern. Circa 1810-1825. The lid is hinged and hand fitted, curled scroll finial on top. Has some crazing and discoloration of glaze. Free of chips and cracks. Artist mark in rust "9048"and underglazed cobalt "3" on bottom. A nice companion to the lower piece.
Price: 195.00. reduced 125,00
Excellent "Red Cliff" soup toureen, complete with bottom tray, ladle and lid. In Heavy ironstone this makes a beautiful display piece, as well as a wonderful centerpiece for your special family meals. Mint condition, with no cracks or chips.
Price: 325.00 Reduced $225.00
18th century, hand forged iron, "snake head" hinge. Possibly used on a trunk or a blanket chest. A nice decorator piece, or as an addition to a collection.
Price: $50.00 / reduced $35.00
51/4" high and 21/4" diameter at base. Imari pattern stoneware., circa 1810-1825. Excellent condition, free of chips and cracks. Slight discoloration. Beautiful piece.
Price: 195.00 Reduced $125.00
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