Pewter & Wood
Pewter & Wood has been in business for 30 years. A native New Englander, Barbara splits her time between seasonal shops in Enfield, N.H. (May - Oct.) and Cave Creek, AZ. (Nov. - April). Both shops are open by appointment and open houses during the season. In addition, Pewter & Wood exhibits at a number of New England shows. 18th and 19th c. Americana, in original surface, is our primary focus. Furniture, painted boxes, gameboards, textiles, hooked and braided rugs, stoneware , decorative accessories and folkart are of special interest. We accept personal and cashier's checks. Pewter & Wood guarantees all items to be as represented. A 48 hour return policy for full refund minus shipping costs, provided item is returned in same condition as received. Buyer also must return item insured. http://www.pewterandwoodantiques.com
Early 19th c. mortar and pestle in original red. Excellent condition, no cracks. Mortar is 7 1/2" high x 5" diameter at top x approx. 13" high inc. pestle. More photos available upon request. New England origin.
Blue painted bowl, 19th c., out of round, maple, no cracks or chips. Dimensions: 14 3/4" x 13 3/4" wide x3 1/2" high.
Paint decorated cutlery tray in red and black paint decoration, 19th c., Mass. origin. Constructed with tiny hand cut T nails. Appropriate interior wear. Dimensions:12 1/2" long x 8 3/4" wide x 2 1/2" high (side), 4 3/4" high inc. handle.
19th c. mitten dryer with moveable thumb. Pegged construction. Origin: NH. Mitten dryers were used to hold the shape of woolen mittens as they dried and to prevent shrinkage.
Mennonite rag doll constructed with homespun cotton body. Doll has thumbs, black stitched hair, drawn facial features, some staining on face. She is wearing pantaloons, brown socks, white apron, and a brown and white check dress. !9th c., PA origin. 15 3/4" high.
"Abbott Bokell San Francisco Cream of Tartar" miniature advertising store tin. Green with floral decoration, hinged lid. 4 5/8" high x 2 7/8" wide x 3 1/2" deep. 19th c.
Canted 3 tier hanging shelf, c. 1840's - 1850, found in CT. Constructed with hand cut T nails with good oxidation. Shelf is very simple yet sculptural in the curve of the shelves and warm patina.
Indigo blue calico and white Drunkard's Path quilt, late 19th c., hand quilted. Fresh from Maine home. Dimensions: 80x80".
Red , white and blue quilt with triple border. Circa 1890-1900's. Hand quilted, pieced and bound. Approx. 88" x 90". Some staining that May come out in laundering. Condition: a few pops, fraying on binding.
Early 19th c. Center seamed homespun natural wool blanket, with red stitch work on hems. Approx. 64" wide x 76" long. New England origin. Left in photo. More photos available upon request.
Blue and white feather bed tick cover, PA origin. 19th c. Three quarter size, center seamed. Excellent condition, x Jan Whitlock.
Carved cribbage board with black and red painted game symbols. Late 19th- early 20th c. Wonderful worn patina. Dimensions: 9" long x 2 3/4" wide x 1/2" deep.
Collection of 14 House ABC blocks trimmed in old red, blue and mustard original paint. 19th c. Blocks have letters on one side and windows and door painted on reverse side. Dimensions: 1 3/4" high x 1 3/4" wide x 1/2" deep.
Collection of 14 early kindergarten blocks, 1 1/4" x 1 1/4" x 5/8" in old PA rye basket 6 3/8" diameter x 2" high.
Two fringed uncut woven linen towels red on white: "The Independence of the United States of America Declared 4th July 1776 Washington Elected President of the Federal Union March 1789" Eagle and shield "Pluribus Unum" with Washington's profile. Condition: minor staining on one, never cut apart, never laundered.
Late 19th c. bowl in original white paint. Out of round. Dimensions: 13 1/8" x 12 1/4" diameter x 3 3/8" high. No cracks or chips.
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