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!!! FYI I have recently moved so check back soon for fresh merchandise.
Sweet little bird in glass dome is 5” x 3”. There is a stable crack in glass on the back near the bottom. Still squeaks
Baby in Cradle squeak toy is so special. Still squeaks and is 4 1/2” x 2”. There is a dent in the cradle on the end but acceptable for a toy of this age
Beautiful work of basket of roses in original frame. Some darkening at top near frame. Framers mark on back and measures 27” c 22”
Yes I have seen many whirligigs of this theme but this one is early and special. Old “Abe” in his top hat and long coat is the best, 10” tall and 13” long.
A great Tramp Art Compote in fabulous paint. Chip carved too. The last decorative block missing on all sides so 5 layers on each side but does not detract from this awesome piece. 9 1/2” tall x 9” wide on 6 3/4” base, Late 19C or earl 20th. Nice dry paint
Slide lid box in original green paint has ROCK script on side and pipe on lid. 12” long made of pine.
Early mailbox has a tin flag with a lift lid. A handmade early wood box in grungy dark green paint. No 20 on script on one side and James McMahon across the lid. 15” x 11” x 7”. Very unique.
Black figure missing legs. Jointed wood with original clothing. 5” now and s sweet charmer.
This sweet bucket is from 34 Market St., Baltimore, Md and is 6” tall. It has a great mustard original paint with advertising in script
Dated 1916. Paper on wood of a cow was hung on the wall, maybe in a butcher shop as indoor signage.
Three Knockdowns done by John Whittle born May 3, 1908. Photos of him included. 14” tall and vividly painted.
A folky YOU FEET ARE KILLING ME sign for the lawn. Old white paint with red lettering
Period pantries sold separately or together. They look great as they were bought together. 10” Oxblood Red 10”, Blue 8”, Mustard 6”.
Price: Red-350 Blue-550 Mustard-350
Unusual N.C. basket in original paint with scalloped edge. One small break that does not detract from this beauty. It is 13” to the top of handle 7” to the scalloped edge and 6” square base. A rare beauty with great patina, early, thick, sturdy. Heavy, solid basket with nice patina.....
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