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.
Nice pantry with early lavender paint. Traces of first paint blue underneath. 9” x 4”
8 recently found pantry boxes will be listed soon. Lt blue, NY state gray lavender, black, green, brown, mustard etc
Price: 250-350 each
19th C blue wallpaper hat box. Some staining but really nice.Lined with Early newspaper print . 16 3/4” x 10”
Off the Wall, Hammer Trade sign is 48” long and hammer size is 18”. One repaired break. Looks great hanging in the wall!
Sweet spoon rack in early blue patinated surface. Holds several wooden spoons. Only 12” wide 6” high. A charming piece
Nice early trade sign pointing you in the right direction. Traces of white paint but mostly weathered surface. 24” long x 6” x 1” thick.
Shenandoah Valley pie safe with great tins in original green paint has shelves that pull out for loading the pies,
Sweet little game table with drawer for playing pieces in early red/brown. Only 26” long x 16 3/4” w and 19” tall
Compote has good used patina and is 8” tall and the bowl is 11” in diameter. The top is attached with the original old screw. Looks great with velvet fruit
Nice early horse on a 11” platform with wheels. He is 12” tall and has a few tears on each side. More photos available
This is a great hog scraper candlestick in early paint. 8” tall. More photos available
Three sweet rag babies. Brother, sister and a baby. My guess is that they are a childhood memory. How sweet
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