Granthum 1763 Antiques
Granthum 1763 Antiques was founded in 1986 in a manor house on a tract of land named "Granthum" in Talbot Co. on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. I am the sole proprietor and specialize in early original surface and painted pieces, including early cupboards, dry sinks, bucket benches, pie safes, and early hand made pieces. Hooked rugs, folk art in any form and pantry boxes, firkins and blanket chests as well as early toys, dolls and Christmas items are also available. Since I recently closed my website:granthum1763antiques.com, you will find all fresh merchandise here at Dig Antiques! Newly acquired country smalls are being this week!!! Take a look!!!
Canvas or cloth mounted banner ad from Parma, . Lettering of red and blue stencilled on. 57” wide x 31” Parma, Ohio
Bittersweet paint decorated Distaff used for winding wool. A rare tool. 36” but may have been a bit longer.
Black Americana the Rag man. Tattered on purpose and rag stuffed. Painted face, shirt, pants and tweed jacket
Nice almost square green carrier . 12” x 11”. Green is early but over original brown.
Great 2 pc corner cupboard with original paint and 12 panes... Three shelves in upper and bun feet in front with 2 doors. Creamy white paint
This carrier has the best early hand cut square nails and surface. Musy have been used for gathering nuts or berries as it was frequently. Only 15”x 9” x 5”
Early rye basket in the best blue paint. I do not find many in paint and this one is great. 11” in diameter and 3” tall in oxidized early paint.
A nice Apothecary or hanging Spice Drawers in original dark finish having 14 locking drawers
Price: Pm for price
Nice child’s chair in robins egg blue paint. 12” deep x 11 1/2” w and 19” tall. Very cute sweet wings too.
Nice early Brownie toy with accordion base which still plays when pushed together. Signed Germany.
Price: $275.00 FREE SHIPPING
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