Suzanne Strickland Antiques
Fresh finds from New England--great early antiques, Folk Art, wonderful smalls and accessories. A few eclectic finds, 19th C. textiles, and appropriate vintage holiday items. Always on the look-out for authentic antiques and whimsical treasures, check back often for the latest additions and updates. I can be reached by email at email@example.com, for any inquiries or photo requests. If not completely satisfied with your purchase, a return is always allowed within 3-days of receipt, for a full refund of the item (minus shipping costs).
Found in Maine, late 19th to early 20th century, a wonderful wooden fishing line winder in its original green paint, with yards of early fishing line/cord. The winder measures approximately 12 1/2” tall and 6 1/4” wide. Would be great displayed with any vintage camp, fishing, or sporting arrangements. Showing light use with original dry surface, a fresh Maine primitive find! $55 + $12. PayPal or Check.
Price: $55 + $12
A lovely 19th century fancy hair comb, dated 1879, with the owner’s name etched in the center. I believe it reads “Vilora Crich.” Further etched embellishments adorn this silver plated fancy hair comb, let the photos help with the details. This comb is approximately 4 1/8” tall and about 3 1/8” wide. In excellent antique condition with a nicely, softened patina! $65 + $7 ship. PayPal or check.
Price: $65 + $7 ship
This is a very nice antique tin candy mold of a “hen on nest,” with all of its original clips. There are three clips and a base piece that goes on the bottom, holding the two sides of the “hen” in place. It is also signed S. J. Co., made in Germany. This is a very sweet early tin candy mold with beautiful untouched patina. It stands approximately 3 1/4 inches tall and is about 5 inches long. Would make a great addition to any collection or country primitive display! $85 + $8 ship. PayPal or check.
Price: $85 + $8 ship
Your choice, two early 19th century Staffordshire canary Name mugs in wonderful condition. The first child mug, which is the slightly larger of the two, standing about 2 3/4” tall, has the name “Sarah” with black transfer decoration. In excellent antique condition, no chips, cracks, or repairs. If there are any minute blemishes, they are “in-the-making.” The second canary name mug reads “A Trifle for Thomas.” Standing only 2 1/8” tall, it is also in wonderful condition, showing a very faint and short hairline mark at the top (unable to photograph, I almost missed it). Otherwise, perfect and both tiny mugs have the decorative embossed handle, neither of which has ever been damaged. The Sarah canary mug is $345 and the Thomas canary mug is $325. Shipping on each mug is $8. These Staffordshire canary “Name” mugs in this condition, are becoming exceedingly RARE!
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Wonderful fresh find, a large New England painted pantry box in its original dry period “apple green,” which has oxidized to a beautiful greenish-blue! Large thick-walled construction, in excellent antique condition. No cracks, chips, or repairs, it stands approximately 6 1/2” tall and about 11 1/2” wide. The wire bale handle has its original wooden holder, also in original green paint. Doesn’t come any nicer, $445 + shipping
Price: $445 + shipping
From the collection of the late Pam Boyton (important New England dealer), is this amazing 19th century “Windsor” green painted footstool, with a wonderful wool needlepoint top. Lovely antique condition, untouched early dry paint, square nail construction, and boot jack ends. Measures approximately 16” long, 7” tall, and about 7 1/2” wide. All original, normal age wear to wool covering and stool (although stool is sturdy and free of repairs or damage). Mortise and tenon construction, a fabulous New England footstool. $195 + shipping
Price: $195 + shipping
Wonderful fresh find from Maine, a pair of beautiful authentic vintage Shaker silk pin cushions, the large in a chartreuse green color and the slightly smaller cushion, a pastel pink. Expertly made by the Shakers for the tourist trade at their community stores, these silk pin cushions, when you can find them, are stuffed with lambs wool from their own farms and are seldom used because of their beauty and coveted by collectors of anything Shaker. The diameter of the green cushion is approximately 5 1/4” and the pink cushion is about 5”. Both plump and perfect, no stains, snags, or holes, selling as a pair. Would make a great addition to any collection! $165 + $10 ship. PayPal or check.
Price: $165 + $10 ship
This is one of the most beautiful early theorems I have ever owned, it is of a Cornucopia with fruit. Circa 1830, this theorem on paper is earlier than the usual Victorian velvet theorems. The colors are still very vivid and I absolutely love the abundance of turquoise used in the Cornucopia. It can be hung vertically or lengthwise. I actually like it hanging vertically with the fruit on top as it almost looks like a colorful ice cream cone! This theorem is in a thick molded period Lemon gold frame. It measures 18 1/2 inches by 14 3/4 inches (the frame is about 1 3/4” thickness all around). The frame is in wonderful condition with no chips or repairs, just slight edge wear. The paper theorem has a bit of toning as to be expected—let the photos help with the description. A very fine early theorem on paper in the best lemon gold frame, extremely well executed! Found in New England, a fine American example. $950 + shipping. PayPal or check.
Price: $950 + shipping
A nice little ink bottle, complete with Turkey feathers, for your antique desk or shelf. This 19th century ink bottle is in excellent condition, solid weight, no chips, cracks, or repairs. Stands approximately 4 1/2” tall. Natural stains on exterior, possibly ink from years of use, showing great patina and character! $42 + $8 ship. PayPal or check.
Price: $42 + $8 shipping
Wonderful fresh find, a great primitive and large heavy spoon rack, rose head construction, in amazing condition! Stands approximately 28” tall, about 17” wide, and 3/4” thick. There are two racks for spoons, with the ability to hold 10 spoons. I believe the wood is pine, natural untouched patina, some shrinkage splits that do not go through in any of these places (just expected age details—not flaws). Very large rose head type nails, this early primitive spoon rack is solid and well made. Hand carved hole at top for hanging on a wall, this is an amazing board, possibly a make-do from a door or floor board. Found in Maine, I believe this to be American in origin. More photos available! $395+ ship.
Price: $395 + ship
This is the largest creamware signed Don Carpentier bowl I have ever seen! Made in 2002 (as it is dated), it has everything going on for it! It is a creamware pottery with a blueish pearl wear glaze. A mocha style coloring with an impressed “Greek Key” top border edge. This large table bowl has a beautiful pedestal on the bottom. It stands approximately 6 3/4 inches tall and has a very wide diameter of 13 inches across. There are no chips, crazing, cracks, or issues. The motif shows transferware scenes all around this bowl that have to do with the “Potters Art.” On the interior bottom is a ship and on the underside bottom is the American Eagle. I will be happy to send many more pictures so that you can see all of the work that went into this masterpiece! Would make a fabulous addition to any collection of Don Carpentier pottery! $695 + shipping.
Price: $695 + shipping
In pristine condition, this fantastic fresh find, a darling 19th century German China head doll, wearing her custom made original “turkey red” cotton polka dot dress and matching prairie bonnet! She measures approximately 6 1/2” tall, there are no cracks, chips, or repairs to the doll. Her outfit is absolutely perfect, no odors, holes, or fading. She wears lace pantaloons and a matching slip. Lots of layers to this dress, with the sizing in the cotton fabric allowing her to stand on her own! The trimmed bonnet is precious, with original silk ties. You won’t find another of this caliber! $115 + $ 8 ship. Check or PayPal.
Price: $115 + $8 ship
Fantastic fresh find, a 1910-20’s wooden keel from a small boat, which has been turned into a sign that reads “EATS” on one side. Measures approximately 29 1/2” long, about 9” tall, and 1/2” thick, it retains its darkened nautical varnish finish. The letters have been painted in black, early oxidized nails at the end of keel handle, which are used for the small wooden brace on each side. No cracks or repairs, a phenomenal and early Maine antique Make-Do sign! $115 + shipping.
With a folky quality, this early tin lantern in fantastic antique condition, has a unique look! Pie crimped chimney and skirted trim on top. All original, including wavy bubbled glass panels, wire hanging formed handle, and charming tin hasp for door panel. This lantern stands approximately 15” tall, with a square base of 4 1/2” by 4 1/2”. The little thin reflective glass piece inside the top chimney is chipped and could be removed or replaced. Not an apology but mentioning for accuracy. No chips, cracks, or problems, otherwise! Very rare find with a great folk art look! $275 + $18 ship
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