Forget-Me-Not Antiques

Ron Myers | 212 W. Huron Ave. Bad Axe, MI 48413 | 989-414-0538 | ForgetMeNotAntiques@gmail.com

Welcome to Forget-Me-Not Antiques. I have been actively involved with antiques for more than 45 years and a licensed dealer since 1985. When I retired in 2008 my wife and I moved from VT to MI to be closer to family. We live in a Victorian home where I also have my antiques shop. We offer primarily Americana, in natural surface and original or early paint, from the late 17th to the late 19th century. Our items include treen, early lighting, hearth iron, pewter, small pieces of furniture, pottery, stoneware and folk art. I also have a Facebook page, Forget-Me-Not Antiques, where I feature selected items. I accept personal checks, money orders, major credit cards and PayPal (ronaldmyers@gmail.com). I offer layaway to help with your purchases. PLEASE NOTE: Items on layaway are not refundable, exchange only. MI residents add 6% sales tax. All items are guaranteed as described. I will happily accept the return of any item within 3 days of receipt for a full refund less return shipping and insurance unless I have unintentionally misrepresented the item, in which case I will pay return shipping. Please notify me of your intention to return an item. USPS Priority mail postage and insurance will be added to the price of each item. I will update my offerings often so please check back frequently. LAYAWAY AVAILABLE, INQUIRE. PLEASE NOTE: Layaway items are not refundable, exchange only. Thank you for shopping. Ron


TALL PILGRIM ERA MORTAR & PESTLE, PA ORIGIN, 13"

I have not owned a better mortar and pestle than this. I love the form, typical of late the 17th or early 18th century. It was hand carved from a walnut log and probably of PA origin. It is 13” tall. The original fluted pestle is rare and a form I have not seen before. It has the original forged iron band around the top. There are the expected shrinkage cracks with one going through to the inside. There is a very similar example in Mary Gould's Early American Wooden Ware that she describes as being used to grind corn for samp. C.1680-1720. Rare

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Treen Mortar & Pestles

RARE MINIATURE TAVERN TABLE, 18TH CENTURY

Offered is a very rare miniature child’s American 18th century tavern table. It was constructed of pine and has a one board top with a stretcher base. The legs are mortised into the underside of the top and the stretcher is mortised into the legs. The drawer front is original and has its original threaded knob. The drawer may have had early repairs as there are a few added early nails on drawer sides and runners. The table is 14” wide x 8” deep x 10 3/4” tall and dates c.1700-1750. The table has great patina and wear from use. Ex. Jerry Stone collection, Madison, NY.

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags :

MINIATURE/SALESMAN TIN COFFEE POT W/ GREEN PAINT

This is a seldom found miniature tin coffee pot with early green over original tole paint. These small tin items may have been salesman's samples made by a tinsmith. It is 3” tall. There is some paint loss. It has tight solder seams and very minor rust. There are quite rare and date early to mid-19th century, c.1820-1840.

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags :

SHAKER 2 FINGER PILL BOX, 1 7/8" X 1 1/8" TALL.

I don't find these too often. This is a round Shaker pill 2 finger pill box, 1 7/8” x 1 1/8” tall. There is an iron tack in each finger and wooden pegs in the bands. It has a very tiny piece missing from bottom edge of lid. Mid-19th century.

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Shaker Boxes

SHAKER PILL BOX, 2" X 1 1/4"

I don't find these too often. This is a round Shaker pill 2 finger pill box, 2” x 1 1/4” tall. There is an iron tack in each finger and wooden pegs in the bands. These were made by Shaker communities to sell. Mid-19th century.

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Shaker Boxes

ROUND PANTRY BOX W/ BLUE/GREEN PAINT, 4 5/8"

A hard to find small round pantry box w/ original blue green milk paint. The box is measures 4 5/8” diameter x 1 3/4” tall. It has thick walls with copper tacks and wooden pegs. There are no issues. A rare size. Early to mid-19th century.

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags :

18TH C. SOAPSTONE QUILL PEN AND INK HOLDER

I rarely find these and never with this patina and condition. This is an early soapstone quill pen and ink holder. Nice larger size at 2 1/2” x 1 3/4” x 1 1/2” tall. It has angled holes for 4 pens and a center hole for ink. There are knife marks on bottom from cutting new quill pen tips. C.1700-1780.

Price: SOLD thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Soapstone

PARADE/POLL LANTERN W/ HORN WINDOWS, 18TH C.

I don't often see these early horn window parade or post lanterns. This one has all of the original horn panels. As is usually the case the horn windows/panes are not all perfect. The horn was very fragile and tends to break over time. The lantern has one window without damage, one mildly damaged and one with broken and missing pieces. Replacement horn windows are commercially available. There is a cone shaped tin pocket below the handle for a pole to slip into for carrying in a parade or providing light outside. It has a carrying handle on the back. The lantern has a 15” hanging height x 5 1/4” base diameter. 18th c. and considered quite a rare form of lantern.

Price: $525.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Early Lighting

SMALL TIN SCONCE W/ BONNET TOP, 9 1/2" TALL, 19TH

These small tin sconces are not too commonly found. This one has a crimped bonnet top and folded sides. It is a rare smaller size at 9 1/2” tall x 4” wide x 3” deep. No issues. Early to mid-19th century. A great size.

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Early Lighting Tin

PA DUTCH VERSE AND SYMBOL WATERCOLOR, 18TH CENTURY

I recently purchased several PA Dutch watercolors from a good collection in NY. This example has a verse with symbols that make a phrase. It has a 5 3/4” x 7 1/2” frame and the watercolor on paper is 2 3/4” x 5 1/4”. There are no issues. The watercolor is 18th or early 19th century with a 19th c. frame. The approximate translation of the verse and symbols is: “A whole heart is in the glory of the Lord”.

Price: $250.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Watercolor

HANGING 4-SPOUT GREASE LAMP, 18TH CENTURY.

This is a very good 4-spout grease lamp with a not commonly found wick support in one spout. This type of grease lamp typically did not have one. The lamp is 4 1/2” wide pan x 7/8” deep x 11” hanging height. It has the original wick pick and hanger hook that has a notched design back piece. There are no issues. C.1680-1780.

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Early Lighting

TORTOISE SHELL AND HORN SNUFF BOX, 3 1/2" X 1 1/2

This is a very good example of a snuff box made of tortoise shell and horn. It has a hinged lid and is 3 1/2” x 1 1/2” x 1” tall. Dating to early 19th century. No issues.

Price: $125.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Snuff Boxes

TORTOISE SHELL & HORN SNUFF BOX, 2 3/8 X 1 1/4"

This is a wonderful miniature snuff box made of tortoise shell and horn. It has a hinged lid and is only 2 3/8” long x 1 1/4” wide x 3/4” tall. It dates to early 19th c.

Price: $95.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Snuff Boxes

IROQUOIS EFFIGY SCOOP

Just a wonderful effigy scoop made of maple wood and with the best natural untouched surface and great patina from use. It is 9 1/2” long with a 4 1/2" scoop. There is a detailed bird’s head or a horse's head and mane carved on handle end. It is believed to be Native American Iroquois, NY origin, no issues, 18th century.

Price: $475.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Treen Native American

3-FINGERED ROUND PANTRY BOX W/ PAINT, 6 X 3 1/2

Offered is a very nice round pantry box, 6 1/8” x 3 1/2”, with 3 wonderful fingers. It has original very dry oxidized red and blue painted design. The design is random brushed spots of red and blue paint with no particular pattern. It is of Maine origin and has thick walls, iron tacks and tiny T-head nails instead of wooden pegs in bands. Early 19th century.

Price: $295.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Boxes Early Paint

TAVERN FORGED HOT TODDY IRON, 18TH C.

This is a very nice example of a forged toddy iron. Toddy irons were used in taverns, inns, and public houses in the 18th century to make hot toddies or to warm a tankard of ale. This example was hand forged and is 13” long. 18th century, American.

Price: $225.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Iron Tavern

WHITE CEDAR BURL MASTER SALT, 18TH C.

This is a very rare white cedar burl master salt. It is of Maine origin where white cedar is commonly found. The master salt is 3 1/4” x 2 1/4” tall. It has wonderful grain patterns and patina with a slight sheen from many years of use. C.1840.

Price: $375.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Burl Treen

TIN TOLE PAINTED CANISTER, 5 1/4" TALL

Offered is a painted tin over sheet iron canister with soldered joints, bottom flange soldered to container and a fitted lid with domed cover. Painted black with red, yellow and green decorations. It is an unusual smaller size being 5 1/4” tall x 3” diameter. Probably PA or NY origin. No issues. C.1810-1840.

Price: $175.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Tin Early Paint

RARE CHILD'S TREEN EATING PLATE, 5" DIA., SIGNED

This is the smallest treen child’s plates that I have owned. It was lathe turned from maple wood, leaving a series of concentric rings in the center. The patina is just the best and shows good wear. This small plate has good shrinkage and measures only 5”-5 1/4” diameter x 1/2” thick. It has what probably are the owner's initials "T I" deeply carved on back. It is a rare size and dates to 18th or early 19th century.

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags :

SKEWER SET W/ CURVED ARMS, 18TH CENTURY

One of the nicest skewer sets I have owned. Hand forged wrought iron with a lollipop end with diamond shaped plate. An unusual feature of this set is the skewer holder arms curve out from flat and are about 1” out. The holder is 4” tall x 6” wide. There are 4 round skewers that are about 8 1/2 to 9 1/4” long. 18th century.

Price: $375.00

2020-Nov-24 09:30am EST | Tags : Iron Hearth

HEARTH SKEWER SET W/ 4 SKEWERS, 18TH C.

This skewer set has a great forged iron holder with 4 skewers. Skewer sizes are: 2 are 6 1/2” and 2 are 7” long. The hand forged iron holder is 3 1/2” wide and 4 1/2” tall. These would have been hung from the fireplace for hearth cooking. This set was originally purchased from Steven and Douglas Antiques. 18th century.

Price: SOLD Thank you

2020-Nov-22 09:38am EST | Tags : Iron Hearth

HARVARD, MA PANTRY BOX W/ PAINTED DESIGN, 5"

Pantry boxes were often painted with colorful designs to brighten up an otherwise rather drab room. This is a small Harvard, MA 2-finger round pantry box with original red paint and a wonderful pomegranate design painted on the lid. Painted designs such as this were common on early American country tinware of the period. The box is only 5" in diameter x 2 1/4” tall. No issues. C.1830.

Price: $295.00

2020-Nov-10 11:30am EST | Tags : Boxes Early Paint

FORGED IRON BETTY LAMP, COMPLETE, 18TH/19TH C.

This is a very good early American Betty lamp with original wick pick and hanger hook. It is 3 1/8” x 4” deep x 4 1/4” top of arm, 18th or early 19th century. No issues.

Price: $250.00

2020-Nov-05 09:30am EST | Tags : Early Lighting

MORTAR & PESTLE, ORIGINAL PAINT, 7" X 6", 18TH C.

Offered is a wonderful larger size New England mortar & pestle turned from pine wood. It has its original brownish red paint and original pestle. The mortar is 7” tall x 6” diameter and the pestle is 10 1/2” long. The mortar has a very tight filled crack on side that was possibly done when made. 18th or very early 19th century.

Price: $350.00

2020-Nov-05 09:30am EST | Tags : Mortar & Pestle Early Paint Treen

EARLY WALL SALT BOX, ORIGINAL RED PAINT, 18TH C.

One of my favorite items is this very early American wall hanging salt box with its original thick red milk paint. It was constructed with wooden pegs, some of which have been replaced with tiny square nails over the years. A wooden dowel hinges the lid. It has an unusual recessed bottom board. There are chip carved designs on the front and sides. The box shows great wear as we like to see. The size is 4 1/2” wide x 4” deep x 7” tall back board and 4” tall lid. This early salt box dates to early 18th century, c.1700-1750.

Price: $395.00

2020-Nov-05 09:30am EST | Tags : Boxes Early Paint

NATIVE AMERICAN CANOE CUP, WALNUT, 10", 18TH C.

A very good Native American walnut carved canoe cup. It was carved with good attention to detail. It is 10” long x 2 1/2” wide x 1 1/2” thick, and has a hole in the handle for tying to a sash or belt. It is believed to be Mohawk Indian and have originate in the Mohawk Valley area of NY state. The cup part is quite shallow leaving the possibility that it could also have been used as a spoon or dipper. It dates to the 18th c. No issues. Ex. Jerry Stone collection.

Price: $325.00

2020-Nov-05 09:30am EST | Tags : Treen Native American

EARLY TALL SPICE/HERB GRATER, 6 3/4", 18TH C.

This is a not too commonly found herb or spice grater lathe turned of oak. It is 6 3/4” tall and has its original tin grater. It is in excellent condition, American, and dates to the late 18th or early 19th century.

Price: $345.00

2020-Nov-03 12:39pm EST | Tags : Treen Kitchen

ENGLISH PEWTER PLATE, 8", 18TH CENTURY

Offered is a wonderful English pewter plate, 8” in diameter. It is hallmarked Thomas & Townsend Compton. 18th century, no issues. First of a pair listed.

Price: $95.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Pewter

PEWTER PLATE, ENGLISH, 8", 18TH CENTURY

Offered is the second of two English pewter plates, 8” in diameter. It is hallmarked Thomas & Townsend Compton. 18th century, no issues. Second of a pair listed.

Price: $95.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Pewter

PEWTER TAVERN TANKARD, INITIALS, 18TH CENTURY

A very common item found in 18th century taverns, inns, or public houses, a pewter lidded tankard with untouched surface. It is unmarked and could be American or English. It is 6” tall at lid with initials M.H. on lid. There is what appears to be an early repair on inside of lid at handle but it may possibly be how the handle was attached when made. Which ever the case, it doesn’t detract from the beauty of the tankard. C.1780-1820.

Price: $245.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Pewter Tavern

PEWTER TAVERN MUG, 4 1/2", 18TH C. UNMARKED

An item commonly found in 18th c. taverns, inns, or public houses for drinking ale or beer is the pewter mug. This early example is 4 1/2” tall, unmarked and American or English origin. C.1780’s No issues.

Price: $195.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Pewter Tavern

RARE, EARLY, AMERICAN STONEWARE TAVERN MUG, 5 1/2"

American stoneware mugs were made from early in the 18th century and until the middle of the 19th century. This example is typical of those made c.1780-1820. It has incised cobalt rings and is 5 1/2” tall. These were commonly used in taverns, inns, or public houses for holding ale or beer. It has no issues.

Price: 245.00 SALE PENDING

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Stoneware Tavern

18TH C. SOUTHERN POWDER HORN, REV. WAR PERIOD

This is a southern powder horn, 10”, with a large domed maple end, and a brass strap hanger, all typical of southern horns of this period. It was thinly carved so as to be able to see the powder level inside the horn when held to the light. It has a carved tip. This powder horn form is seen in VA or NC. in the Rev. War period, c.1780’s. No issues.

Price: $225.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Powder Horn

MINI BUTTOCKS BASKET W/ GOD'S EYE, 5 3/4" 19TH C.

Offered is hard to find smaller size buttocks basket with God's eye weaving at the handle. The surface has a slightly reddish tint. There are three broken weavers on the bottom but no major damage. The basket is 5 3/4” x 5 1/2” tall and dates to late 19th century.

Price: $95.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Baskets

BARREL FORM SPICE JAR, WALNUT, 5" EARLY 19TH C.

A form that I haven't had before, this spice cup has a barrel form cup. Made of walnut with a hand cut off sprue. It has very tight stress cracks in stem as walnut often has. It dates to early 19th century. Rare form.

Price: $125.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Treen

SMALL MAPLE SPICE CUP, 2 1/2"

Offered is a wonderful spice cup, maple, cut off sprue, 2 1/2” tall, 18th or early 19th century. No issues.

Price: $50.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Treen

TALL SPICE CUP, 5 1/2", 19TH C.

The attic surface on this goblet form spice cup is wonderful. Made of pine, it has a very dry surface with good shrinkage. It is goblet form but unlike a goblet, this spice cup is quite shallow. It is 5 1/2” tall, no issues, early 19th century.

Price: $125.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Treen

ROUND PANTRY BOX W/ SEA FOAM GREEN PAINT, 9 1/4"

Offered is a very good round pantry box with original sea green paint. It has a reddish paint on the bottom. The pantry box is a great size to display at 9 3/4” diameter x 5” tall. It was constructed using copper tacks and wooden pegs. The only minor issues are a couple small splits at the tacks and a tight 3 1/2" shrinkage crack in the lid. 19th c.

Price: $275.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Boxes Early Paint

PANTRY BOX, ROUND, 9 1/4", DARK BLUE PAINT, 19TH C

A wonderful early pantry box with the original dark blue paint. The box is thick walled, indicative of early 19th century. It is 9 1/4” x 5” tall. Constructed using iron tacks and wooden pegs. No issues except for 2 tiny splits at the nails in the lid band and an old, possibly in the making, shallow 1" no harm divot in the top of the lid. This pantry box dates to early 19th century.

Price: $325.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Boxes Early Paint

MAINE PAINT DECORATED FOOTSTOOL, EARLY 19TH C.

Maine paint decorated stool, all original grain paint on sides and original red paint on top. It originally had a fabric with padding tacked on top, hence the tack holes and the great red paint. It is 14” long x 7 3/4” wide x 6 1/2” tall, a great smaller size with wonderful paint. C.1820-1830.

Price: $225.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Early Paint Woodenware

HINGHAM, MA SIGNED OVAL PANTRY BOX, 6" X 4 3/8"

Signed Hingham, MA oval pantry box. I think it is impressed “HINGHAM” on the lid but only a few of the letters are clear enough to read. Constructed with iron tacks and wooden pegs. It has a natural surface with great patina. No issues. Size is 6” x 4 3/8” x 2 3/4” tall. C.1830.

Price: $245.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Boxes

SMALL MORTAR & PESTLE, NATURAL SURFACE, 18TH C

I just love the look of this early mortar & pestle with its wonderful dry natural surface and beautifully turned form with rings and shaped foot. It is walnut with a great early form and size being just 4 7/8” tall x 5” diameter. There is a very minor surface flaw at a knot and a 1/2" tight crack in the foot. The original pestle is 7” and maple. Late 18th-early 19th century.

Price: $195.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Mortar & Pestle

EARLY LIGNUM VITAE APOTHECARY M & P, 4 3/4", 18TH

This is a seldom found small mortar & pestle, that I believe was used in an apothecary for powdering pills or herbs. It was lathe turned from lignum vitae wood. Lignum vitae was a very expensive tropical wood that was imported into the colonies. It is only 3/4” tall x 2 3/4” top and bottom diameters, no issues, great form, 18th century.

Price: $ 225.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Treen Mortar & Pestle

TREEN SPICE JAR, POSSIBLY SHAKER, 19TH C.

This is a very good lathe turned maple wood lidded sugar or spice or possibly tobacco container. I love the barrel form with bands. It is from the Lebanon, NY area and may possibly be Shaker. There were several Shaker communities in that area in the 18th and 19th century. The container is 4 1/2” tall x 3 1/2” base diameter and it retains the original varnished surface. There are no issues and it dates early to mid-19th century.

Price: $195.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Treen

PAIR of TREEN CANDLESTICKS, 5 1/2", 18TH/19TH C.

Offered is a not too often found pair of small treen one-piece candlesticks. They were lathe turned of black walnut and have a wonderful untouched natural surface. They are only 5 1/2” tall with a 3 3/4” diameter base. They date to c.1790-1820.

Price: $175.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Early Lighting Treen

PA RYE BASKET W/ SPLINT BINDERS, 12 1/2", 19TH C.

This is one of the best PA rye baskets that I have owned. It was made with splint binders that are very tightly woven around the rye grass. It has a wonderful shape with only very minor breaks in binders. Size is 12 1/2 x 6” tall. 19th century.

Price: $145.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Baskets

FLAT FORM POWDER HORN, NAUTICAL, SAILOR MADE, 18TH

I like the unusual items and this early powder horn certainly fits into that category. It is a flat powder horn and sailor made. It has a nautical theme with a carved fish mouth on the small end with the original wooden plug. The larger end has a whale bone with a X for the cover. It is all original and dates to the 18th c. Size is about 6” plus plug. Normal wear.

Price: $175.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Horn

RARE COURTING CANDLEHOLDER FOR TAPER CANDLES, 18TH

This is the first spiral courting candlestick I have owned that was made for small taper candles. Taper candles were used for reading or writing light. This candleholder has an oak base and a chair hook or carrying handle. I love the spiral form lifter handle. Included is a period 3 1/2” taper stub. The candleholder is 7” tall with a 3 3/4” base and has a wonderful natural patina and untouched iron spiral holder. C.1740-1820.

Price: $345.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Early Lighting

HEARTH KETTLE TRIVET W/ PENNY FEET, 18TH C.

This is a very good hearth kettle trivet with the best formed heart shape and penny feet. It is 7” x 4” and is hand forged iron dating from late 18th or early 19th century, c.1780-1820. Collection number on underside.

Price: $195.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags : Hearth Iron

RARE PA COOKIE PRESS, 18TH/19TH C.

I don't find these too often and when I do, I buy them. This is a wonderful early PA walnut cookie press, 5” x 3 1/2” x 1” thick, with deeply carved what I believe are grapes, leaves, and vine design. There are no issues and the patina is great. 18th or early 19th century, c.1780-1820.

Price: $165.00

2020-Oct-29 09:30am EDT | Tags :

RARE BARREL FORM TABLE SPICE JAR, 18TH/19TH C.

A barrel form spice container is a shape that I seldom find. This one is made of walnut wood and has a great natural color and patina. It has a lift of lid. There are no issues. the size is 3 1/2” tall x 3” diameter and it dates to C.1780-1820. RARE FORM

Price: $150.00

2020-Oct-08 12:30pm EDT | Tags : Treen

TAVERN COPPER ALE WARMER, 18TH CENTURY

I have had this copper ale warmer in my personal collection for several years and decided to replace it with a different form ale warmer. These were used in taverns, inns, and public houses to warm ale or wine. The ale warmer dates to the 18th century. It has seamed construction with riveted loop handle. The surface is untouched with a great patina. The warmer is 11” tall x 4 1/4” in diameter. There is a spout on the rim for pouring. These were used on a hearth, either in or over hot coals, to warm ale or wine. A hot iron toddy rod could also have been used to warm the ale or wine. Not too common.

Price: $275.00

2020-Oct-08 12:30pm EDT | Tags : Tavern Copper


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