Pewter & Wood
Pewter & Wood has been in business for 36 years. A native New Englander, Barbara splits her time between seasonal shops in Enfield, N.H. (May - Nov.) and Cave Creek, AZ. (Dec.-April). Both shops are open by appointment and host Open Houses during the season. In addition, Pewter & Wood exhibits at a number of New England shows: New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association show (Aug.), Rhinebeck Antique Shows (May & Oct.), Okemo Antique Show (during VT Foliage Weekend), etc.. 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 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 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
German Nuremberg style tin kitchen with remnants of original old paint. Stove and chimney in bittersweet paint, walls in green and floor also in paint. Hanging racks and hooks. Sixteen accessories included. Dimensions: 9” long x 7” high x 3 3/4” deep.
Price: Sold - Thank you!
Blue and white 2 cows stoneware pitcher. Mint condition. Late 19thc. , American. 8 1/4” high.
Price: $248 including postage
Blue and white spattered graniteware water pitcher. A couple minor chips appropriate with age and use. Late 19thc - early 20thc. Possibly French or English. 10” high.
Price: $85 plus postage
Glass eyed rabbit candy container. All original. Manufactured and signed on bottom: F.N. Burt Co. LTD #2. Buffalo, N.Y. Dimensions: 9 1/4” high x 4” wide. Found in private Collection in Upstate , NY.
Price: $89plus postage
Old cutting board from Ohio estate. great wear on both sides. Crusty surface surrounding worn cutting area. Hairline on one side of board that does not go thru board. Dimensions: 12” x 5 1/4” x 1/2”.
Price: Sold. Thank You!
19th c. Mustard and Red Gameboard with applied molding, double sided with drawn game on reverse side. Red painted X’s decorate the corners . Molding is painted as well. Square nailed construction. Dimensions: 17” x 17” x 3/4” deep.
Price: Sold. Thank You!
Unusual Cow Buttermold, second half 19thc. Three piece hinged mold retains it’s original hardware which does not detract from the appearance. Dimensions: 5 1/2” high x 11” wide x 2” deep.
Price: Sold. Thank You!
Late 19thc. Iron Running Horse Weathervane. Horse is riveted to original forged iron rod. Iron rod slides into new iron base . Great patina. Condition commensurate with age. New custom made iron stand painted black. Overall height: 21 3/4”. Horse is 17” long x 12” high. Base is 2 1/2” wide x 12” long x 10” high (tube). Found in New England
Price: $425 plus shipping
Tall 19thc. Store Window Display Millinary Stand on turned base. Original warm surface. Dimensions: 25” high x 7 3/4” diameter round base.
Price: $185 plus postage
19thc. Top Hat signed E. Spear Plattsburgh, NY on interior label. Great condition! Dimensions: exterior- 12” long x 10” wide x 7”high.
Price: $155 plus postage
Green bail handle pantry box, mid 1800’s, original old green paint, very good condition. Lid has some water marks. No splits or breaks. Dimensions: 11 1/8” diameter x 6 3/4” high.
Price: 550 plus postage
3 yelloware bowls, sold individually. Top: 7 3/8” diameter x top 4” h x 3 7/8” diameter bottom. One small nick at bottom of rim. $69 + post Middle: 7 1/2” diameter top x 4” h x 4” diameter bottom. Excellent condition. $69 + post Bottom: Blue band top and middle each surrounded by 2 pinstripe white bands. 8 1/2” diameter top x 4 1/2” h x 4 3/8” diameter bottom. A couple of tiny diverts on rim. $79 + post.
Price: See text $69-$79 each plus postage
Early forged iron chopper with long wooden turned handle. 19thc., from Vermont. Dimensions: 11” long x 5 1/4” wide blade.
Price: Sold. Thank you!
Pair of 19thc. Hand knit two tone cotton blue socks with coordinating crocheted top edges in blue and white. Fading, staining, minor hole in each sock appropriate with age. 19” long.
Price: 148 inc. postage.
Blue and white spongeware butter crock, 19thc., Pa. Dimensions: 9 1/2” diameter x 5 3/4” high. Excellent condition, no chips or hairlines. A great counter piece or addition to a collection.
Price: $395 plus postage
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