Doubleday House Antiques Gallery
Doubleday House Antiques opened it's doors in March of 2015. It is a unique antique gallery located in the historic birthplace of Major General Abner Doubleday in Ballston Spa, New York. Our shop displays the collections of 5experienced and knowledgeable dealers that sell an eclectic variety of antiques in intimate room settings. When you visit Doubleday House, you will find early country and primitives, Americana and folk art, fine art, period furnishings, textiles, ceramics and glassware. On this site, we will feature Country, Primitives and Folk Art. Feel free to inquire or request additional info or pictures of any items shown here. We are more than happy to answer questions and we pride ourselves in our reputation for being dealer friendly. Doubleday House is opened Thursday through Monday 10-5 or, just call for an appointment. Hope to see you there! Or, come visit us at our new website http://www.doubledayhouse.com
This is a wonderful simple piece of early primitive Americana. Definitely hand made with grooves carved in the top. Measures about 8&1/2".
What a great expression on this little lady's face with sweet black braids standing up in the air. She has a few holes and old repairs, but everything on her is original. She stands a bit over 13" tall
These hanging lights are made from early augers. The tin candleholders have been added by a master tin Smith. They are unusual and make a great primitive light in your early home.
This wall box has that great pumpkin pine finish that so many collectors desire. 3 drawers (the top one is divided) and a canted bottom and porcelain knobs. 16&1/2" tall by 15" wide and 6&1/2" deep. Additional photos available on request.
Late 19th century wooden bucket with blue faux wood wallpaper on the outside. Measures 12&1/4" tall by 13&1/4" top diameter. Reads "Cablewire, pat. Jan 14 '90" and " These hoops will not break or fall off". More photos on request.
This is a sweet little wall cupboard. Measures 21&3\4" by 13&1\2" by 4&3\4. Glass could be replaced with mirror.
Wonderfully worn mortar and pestle from a Washington County, NY doctor. 6&1\4" tall by 5&1\4" in diameter. Great patina!
Wonderful 19th century pierced tin candle lantern. Very pleasing sunflower design in nice condition. Candle Holder cleated through to the underside. Measures 16 inches tall by 5&1\4 in diameter.
Wonderful early primitive handmade knife box. At some point the divider/handle broke and some crafty person replaced it with a bentwood handle (probably from a basket) and attached it with pieces of tin. Butt end construction with square nails and slightly canted sides. Measures approximately 13" long by 8&1/2" wide.
Wonderful heart cut out handle. 4 equal sized compartments. Canted sides. Square and early cut nails with butt corner joints. Great old painted patina.
Unique candlestick. The top is brass and the make-do base is tin. Measures approximately 7" tall.
Highly desirable early hogscraper clearly signed "Bill". Measures 7 inches tall. In fine condition wit original chair hook.
This would make a phenomenal addition to any bootjack collection. In original red paint with make-do repairs on front and back, one with leather the other with iron. Measures approximately 22&1\2" long.
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