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 https://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. century Steeple Back Painted Wall Box

Early 19th. Century red Painted Wall/Candle Box. Early to Mid 19th. Century, red painted wall box with steeple back, finely dovetailed and square nailed construction. Excellent condition, original red paint. Measures 14 X 5 x 7 1/4 inches.

Price: $295.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 12:57pm EDT | Tags :

Early to Mid 19th. century Leather Drinking Cup

This is absolutely the sweetest little piece. A small leather drinking cup that is all original. The cup, even to the handle is leather. The cup is hand stitched up the side. When this cup was in the period the stitching and leather were so tight the cup was completely sealed and leak proof. Thru the years the leather has dried out and you can see some shrinkage up that seam. The cup measures 3 x 3 1/4 inches without the handle.

Price: sold

2024-Jul-17 09:33am EDT | Tags :

Mid 19th. century Four (4) Candle Floor Light

I love this floor light. The form is simple and that is part of its charm. The cross bar slides onto the shaft and settles down on the thicker part of the shaft and is stable. Very simple and sits very secure on the shaft. I believe the shaft is Chestnut and the slab base is quite heavy. I believe the crossbar is Pine with four candle cups. The floor light measures 37 inches, the cross bar measures 12 1/2 inches (each bar) and the slab base measures 9 x 15 x 4 inches. The condition is excellent. Circa mid to late 19th. century. Quite a nice piece of American lighting.

Price: $895.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:33am EDT | Tags :

19th. century Tall Apothecary Jar #1

19th CENTURY TALL APOTHECARY JAR–This is a wonderful 19th century tall apothecary jar. It has all the characteristics of old hand-blown glass. This includes waves, bubbles, and a high pontil. The jar measures approximately 2 3/4" smooth top mouth diameter, 3 3/4” bottom diameter and is approximately 8 1/4” tall. The jar has an old tin lid and is in excellent condition.

Price: $135.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19th. century Yelloware Banded Pepper Pot

19TH CENTURY YELLOW WARE BANDED PEPPER POT –This is a 19th century yellow ware banded pepper pot. The pepper pot is decorated with four blue slip bands and four white narrow slip bands. The shape/form of the pepper pot is different with a nice button finial, thumb flared body, and footed base. Measuring approximately 4 1/8” tall the pepper pot is in excellent condition.

Price: sold

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19th. century Tall Apothecary Jar #3

19th CENTURY TALL APOTHECARY JAR–This is a wonderful 19th century tall apothecary jar. It has all the characteristics of old hand-blown glass. This includes waves, bubbles, and a high pontil. The jar measures approximately 2 3/4" smooth top mouth diameter, 3 1/2” bottom diameter and is approximately 8 1/4” tall. The jar has an old tin lid and is in excellent condition.

Price: $135.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19th. century Yelloware Incised Mustard Pot

19th century this is a yelloware banded mustard pot. The mustard pot has a tapered body, rolled rim, rolled footed base and an applied handle. The body of the pot is decorated with two incised lines filled with blue slip. The mustard pot has a matching button lid with two incised lines filled with blue slip. The mustard pot measures approximately 3 1/8” top diameter, 2 3/4” bottom diameter and 2” tall. The mustard pot is in excellent condition.

Price: sold

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19th. century Apothecary Jar #5

19th CENTURY APOTHECARY JAR–This is a wonderful 19th century apothecary jar. It has all the characteristics of old hand-blown glass. This includes waves, bubbles, and a very high pontil. The jar measures approximately 3 7/8" smooth top mouth diameter, 5 1/4” bottom diameter and is approximately 7 1/4” tall. The jar has an old tin lid and is in excellent condition.

Price: $135.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Pilgrim Era, Small Turned Bowl

A charming little piece of treenware. This bowl is Pilgrim era, circa 1650-1700 and was most likely used as an eating bowl. The wood is Walnut that is pole lathe turned very thin, having a beehive form, rimmed and footed with evidence of the cut sprue. The bowl measures (5 7/8 x 6 1/4) x(1 1/4 x 1 1/2) inches. There is a stable 1″ separation coming off the rim of the bowl that neither detracts nor compromises the bowl in any way.

Price: $325.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Circa 1815 American, Hand Carved Butter Paddle

C 1815 American, ornately hand carved paddle, most likely used for working butter. Quite a nice effort for such a utilitarian object. This butter paddle has the look and feel of a prized possession. The handle meets the paddle with 4 “S” scrolls flanking a piece resembling an arrow pointing up. The patina calls the onlooker in to touch it.The surface is buttery smooth and the color a rich pumpkin. The paddle comes with a Newer museum stand. The paddle alone measures 8″long x 3″wide without stand. Just the best added touch to your prized treen bowl.

Price: sold

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Early 19th. century Painted Treen Bowl

This bowl is such a beautiful piece of treenware and dates to the early 19th. century, circa 1810-1830. This bowl has seen much use and life being handed down thru the generations. The green painted surface is definitely original. It was well loved and has early repairs to keep it functional. Note the notch cut out on the rim to accommodate a wooden spoon for ease of mixing. The style is one of a kind, wonderful raised bottom, thin stock making the bowl light in weight for ease of handling. This bowl dates to the early 19th century 1810-1830. This bowl was most likely country crafted for a very utilitarian purpose. A great history as we look at this very early piece of Americana.The bowl out of round 14″ x 15″ with a 3 1/2″ rise. Excellent staple repairs.

Price: $595.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Early 19th. century Lamp Tidy

Excellent tidy from from a private New York collection. Short and squat, kind of mushroom shaped. Chestnut wood. Early 1820’s. It measures 4 1/2 x 2 3/4 inches. Excellent condition. Betty Lamp not included.

Price: $295.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Mid 19th. c. Paint Decorated Slide Lid Candle Box

An excellent paint decorated, slide lid candle box. Circa mid 19th. century (1840-1860). The box is painted sage green and decorated with flowers, cabbages roses. The candle box is in excellent condition, lid slide well and has no loss. The box is dovetailed and pegged. The candle box measures 12 1/4 x 8 x 6 inches.

Price: $695.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Mid 19th. century Divided Table Box

Just a lovely table box. The inside is divided and the surface has original, painted surface in dark green and cream. The construction is with early square nails. The table box measures 12 x 10 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. Excellent condition, Pine wood, the paint is a wonderful swirl design in green and cream. Circa mid 19th. century.

Price: $395.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

19th. century Painted Scrub/Scouring Box

I love the simplicity of this scrub/scouring box. The box has simply a slant work surface on both sides. The paint is a wonderful dry grey. The construction is of dovetails. The scrub/scouring box measures 8 x 10 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches. it appears to have its original hanging hook.Circa late 19th. century. Contents not included.

Price: $295.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Small, White Painted Open Measure

Love this little measure and the best part is the white painted surface. It gives the measure the best look. The measure measures 6 x 3 3/4 inches. Nice little side and wonderful look.

Price: $225.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Mid 19th. century Grey Painted Round Pantry Box

An excellent pantry box, mid 19th. century. This pantry box has its original Grey painted surface. The body of the pantry is made from heavy stock, as were the early pantry boxes. The paint is nice and dry. the pantry box measures 10 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches.

Price: $395.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Mid 19th. century Painted Covered Treen Jar

A lovely piece of mid 19th. century treen, treenware. This jar is a covered sugar. It has its original Spanish Brown painted surface that is in excellent condition. Circa 1850-1870. The jar has beautiful turnings and is highly stylized. The knobby top is a later replacement and there is a very slight hairline coming off the finial. It is stable and very hard to see. The jar measures 7 inches tall and 3 inch diameter bottom.

Price: $495.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

American Historical Staffordshire Coffeepot. The pattern is a dark blue floral design The coffee pot is 11 1/2 inches tall. The finial has an old repair. Please notice the crack that goes along the bottom of the pot and up the side. You can only feel it 1/2 inch above the foot on the outside. There is flaking on the spout, some chipping around the inside rim and a small chip on the white part of the lid that fits into the pot. It looks like there may have been a break in the side of the lid as well as on the white part that inserts into the pot. please see the photos. Given the old repairs, the pot presents itself very well.

Price: $595.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :

Watercolor, Listed Artist, Cottage Scene

Watercolor of a Cottage A very sweet watercolor of a country cottage, Completely original to the frame. Listed artist F. Turner. Overall size measures 6 x 9 inches .

Price: $150.00 + shipping

2024-Jul-17 09:30am EDT | Tags :


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