Art Antiques Michigan

Joanne Getz | 8115 Rubicon Rd, Port Hope, MI 48468 | 989-428-1009 | joannemargetz@gmail.com

I have been an avid collector of country, primitive antiques for about 50 years. During those years I have collected, sold, collected, sold---you know how that goes. I was a single owner antique shop for many years. With the onset of the internet my selling venue has changed. I now have a website www.artantiquesmichigan.com. Some of you may know me from there. I hope to bring to my Dig site the same quality country, primitive antiques as I offer on my website, at reasonable prices. I will update my Dig site every month between the 15th. and 17th. of each month. You will find fresh to market items at that time. My preferred method of payment is by check. Made payable to Joanne Getz. I offer a lay a way plan to help you with your purchases. Michigan residents add 6% Sales Tax. I do hope you will stop by often. I can be reached nearly anytime at joannemargetz@gmail.com or call me 9894281009.


Early 19th. c. Woven Lap Banded Barrel with Lid

Early 19th. century Woven Lap Banded Barrel with Lid. Quite a different piece is this barrel with lid. Used for storage this barrel has great form and is in all original condition. Original white paint give the barrel a great country look. The banding is superior with the woven laps. A form you don’t see that often. Certainly made to last. Original lid. The barrel measures 7 1/2 inches in diameter and stands 10 inches tall.

Price: 295.00 + shipping

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

TWO TONE PAINTED 19TH CENTURY DOUGH BOWL

TWO TONE PAINTED 19TH CENTURY DOUGH BOWL – This is an usual and beautiful 19th century dough bowl. The bowl has an original red painted surface with a mustard banded rim. This surface is well-worn from over 100 years of age and use. In excellent condition with no cracks or hairlines, the bowl is slightly out-of-round measuring 12- 13” in diameter and 3” tall.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19TH CENTURY TALL APOTHECARY JAR 14 inches Tall

19TH CENTURY TALL APOTHECARY JAR – Of all the 19th century apothecary jars the tall and the small jars are the most difficult as well as the most desirable to find. This jar measures 14” tall with a bottom diameter of 6 ¼” and a top mouth diameter of 4”. Having the original tin lid, a smooth mouth, and a raised pontil, the jar is in excellent condition. (87)

Price: 280.00 + shipping

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

MULTI-BANDED EXTRA LARGE YELLOWARE DOUGH BOWL

MULTI-BANDED EXTRA LARGE YELLOWARE DOUGH BOWL – Multi–banded yelloware bowls are still highly collectible and hard to find. This bowl features 10-11 bands that are arranged in a 2-3 brown, 6 white, 2 brown pattern. The form of the bowl has a rolled rim with measurements that include a bottom diameter of 7 ¼” with a top diameter of 15” and 6 ½” height. Common characteristics of these bowls are the three manufacturing stilt marks visible on the bottom and interior of the bowl. Remarkable though it may seem for its age and utilitarian purpose, the bowl is in excellent condition with no chips, hairlines, or repairs.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Two Country Primitive Dough Bowls

Two Country Primitive Dough Bowls. Two very nice country dough bowls having their original dry surface. The small bowl measures 10 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches out of round and the larger dough bowls measures 17 1/4 x 17 3/4 inches out of round. Both bowls have a vertical split in the bottom. I have seen this before, it is quite common in dry, early bowls. Very light weight

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Early 19th. century Game Board

Early 19th. century Game Board. This is a lovely gameboard. Early to Mid 19th. century, original painted surface with square nail construction. The game board measures 22 1/2 x 15 1/4 x 3/4 inches. The paint is Spanish Brown and cream squares with green trim. There is a nicely shaped board on the edge and only on one edge. There was never one on the other side. Still to be useful and decorative at the same time.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Tin Double Wall Sconce

Tin Double Wall Sconce. Tinned sheet double sconce with original black painted surface. The wall sconce has two tabs for hanging and hold two candles. Late 19th. century, excellent condition.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Two 19th. century Petticoats and Calico Bonnet

Two 19th. century Petticoats and Calico Bonnet. One petticoat is wool and the other petticoat is linsey woolsey and de-assecioned from a museum. The wool petticoat measures about 37 inches long and the linsey measures 28 inches long. Included also is a calico bonnet. The bonnet is in good condition but the calico is faded a bit.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Ironstone Coffee Pot and Large Sugar

Ironstone Coffee Pot and Large Sugar. Two great piece of ironstone. Coffeepot and sugar. both are trimmed in a luster gold. Both pieces are in excellent condition except there is an old repair on the rim of the spout on the coffee pot. The coffee pot measures 11 inches tall and abut 10 inches from handle to spout. The sugar bowl measures about 8 1/2 inches tall and about 8 inches from handle to handle.

Price: 125.00 + shipping

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19th. c. Iron Trammel with Candle Cup

19th. c. Iron Trammel with Candle Cup. A very nice iron trammel with candle cup. Great piece, pinned candle cup and the trammel is signed on the flat side with a “T”. Excellent condition.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19TH CENTURY BLUE APPLE BASKET

19TH CENTURY BLUE APPLE BASKET – This is a wonderful 19th century apple basket in old blue paint. It features a wooden bottom, staved construction, and a metal handle with a wooden grip. The basket measures 6” bottom diameter, with an out-of-round 11-1/2-13” top diameter, and 8” tall. The basket has its own personality with a slight tilt from its many years of use.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19TH CENTURY YELLOWARE KEELER

19TH CENTURY YELLOWARE KEELER. Keelers date to the mid-1800’s and are considered an uncommon form of yelloware. They are generally thought to have been used to cool milk in spring houses. Keelers were made in a variety of sizes and decorations. The keeler is a small one measuring 4 1/8” diameter, 2 ½” tall to the rim, and 3” tall to the top of the handle. It has a yelloware body with three raised blue colored bands. There are two handles, one on each side, with small square cutouts. This keeler was heavily used and has several age lines on the interior and some on the exterior. It would best be used as a shelf piece.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Capstan Style Iron Candle Light

Capstan Style Iron Candle Light I just love the form of this 19th. century capstan style candle light. Short and squatty form, this candle light would never tip over. the best look. Made of iron, it measures 6 3/4 inches tall and the diameter of the base is 6 1/4 inches. Some rust that could easily be removed.

Price: 245.00 + shipping

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Nine Crystal Knife Rests

Nine Crystal Knife Rests. Three different styles of knife rests. There are three cut glass ones, four frosted and cut knife rests and two crystal knife rests. They are all in excellent condition. Two of the cut crystal knife rests are the largest measuring about 4 inches.

Price: 95.00 + shipping

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Architectural Door Panel

Architectural Door Panel. I have had this small door panel for over 30 years. I always loved the design. It is a door, most likely from a small cupboard or part of a cupboard. Greatly aged and worn and the back is charred, it must have been in a fire and salvaged. Still love everything about it. It measures about 10 1/4 x 14 inches.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Original Country Tin Electric Light.

Original Country Tin Electric Light. I bought a pair of these lights several years ago. I am offering one here. This light is an original electric light from the 1940’s designed after an antique tin candle light. Great patinated tin, excellent condition. Please note the 1940’s electric plug. Great piece of early lighting with all the conveniences of electricity. The light measures about 14 inches tall and the bottom diameter of the shade is about 8 inches. This is a real charming piece.

Price: 225.00 + shipping

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Early 19th. c.Coin Silver Spoons in Treen Holder

Early 19th. century Coin Silver Spoons in Treen Holder. Eight (8) Coin Silver spoon and an early 19th. century painted treen holder. All of the spoons are in excellent donation, some are engraved. The spoons are the size of teaspoons.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Group of Three Pepper Pots

Group of Three Pepper Pots. Three very nice pepper pot, Two of them are Creamware and the center one is porcelain. The pepper pots are in good condition having some rough edges around the top and rim. the creamware pepper pot on the right has a ship on the base. Pepper pots from left to right measures 4 3/4, 5 and 4 1/2 inches. These are nice and early circa 1840 or so.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Two Piece Victorian Dress

Two Piece Victorian Dress. A very nice two piece Victorian dress in a burgandy and black fabric. The dresses treadle stitched. Buttons down the back and tie at the waist. The size is quite small, maybe about 6 or 8. Excellent condition.

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19th. c. Wooden Floor Candle Light, Rush Light

19th. century Wooden Floor Candle Light, Rush Light. I just love this piece of early lighting. The base and shaft are wooden and the light holder is hand forged iron. I believe this type of light would hold a thick piece of pine pitch or spunk that would be saturated with some type of fat. While I believe the origin of this piece is European it still speaks of early American lighting and would look wonderful in a warm country setting—it is just a wonderful period piece of lighting. The stool or bench type base has four legs for stability. The shaft (which I believe is an old replacement) is pegged thru the bench base. The iron spunk holder is secured over the shaft. The light has a great stability with a base designed as it is. The overall height of the piece is about 32″. 14 1/2″ x 7″ tall base. 25″ shaft to include the iron spunk holder. This light has the best country look. While I date this light to the mid 19th. century, I believe it is early 1800’s, if not late 1700″s–I wo

Price: sold

2018-Oct-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :


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