Shop Description: We are country Americana dealers who search for pre-1850 furnishings that are functional, well constructed and have great and sometimes unique form with wonderful paint and patina. With appreciation for all craftsmen of that period, we travel throughout the east coast to find American furniture, early lighting, treenware/woodenware, kitchen/hearth implements as well as other interesting accessories from that period. After years of collecting we opened our business in the year 2000 and continue to utilize the same criteria in making our purchases for the business as we do for ourselves. To see additional items or to see more photos and information of items in this shop click on our website link https://hlantiques.com/. WE OFFER A BUYER FRIENDLY LAY-AWAY PLAN AND FREE SHIPPING ON MOST ITEMS.
A very unique and rare oil lamp with blown chimney in magnificent condition. The lamp is divided into three parts. The base with the wonderful patina which holds the oil and has the carrying disk. The stem which contains the wick and the beautiful free blown chimney (probably original). The condition is superb with no dents, scratches or breaks. 5 1/4”H, 8 1/4” H with globe. For additional photos ,visit our website (hlantiques.com, click on link above) and explore category RECENT ADDITIONS. (DBTKEG)
This early 19th century footman sat by the fire and was intended to hold kettles or pans for cooking heating or warming. They were also used to keep dishes hot on the kitchen fireplace hearth.This particular trivet is extremely well made and in outstanding condition. For additional photos, visit our website (hlantiques.com, click on link above)and explore category KITCHEN/HEARTH) (LTLK)
AN UNUSUAL STONEWARE JAR WITH BLUE DECORATED LUG HANDLES AND FLORAL DECORATIONS ON BOTH SIDES. NO CHIPS OR STAINS. 1” TIGHT HAIRLINE AT BASE. (ABTH). 7 3/8”H FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS, VISIT OUR WEBSITE. SEE ABOVE FOR LINK (hlantiques.com) AND EXPLORE CATEGORY RECENT ADDITIONS
ERIE AND LACKAWANNA RAILROAD EAST STROUDSBURG, PA RAILROAD STATION. FRAMED UNDER GLASS DIMENSIONS: 9” X 12” LIST PRICE: $550. (ATCKT) NOTE ABOUT THE ARTIST: Born in Pennsylvania. Well known for his bright and colorful depictions of life in and around the hard-coal regions of Lansford, Pennsylvania. He drew with a variety of materials and painted in oils on all kinds of surfaces. Nora Panzer, ed. Celebrate America in Poetry and Art (New York and Washington, D.C.: Hyperion Paperbacks for Children in association with the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1994) FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS VISIT OUR WEBSITE hlantiques.com AND EXPLORE CATEGORY RECENT ADDITIONS
A MOST UNUSUAL PAINTED WALL BOX WITH THE “SAWTOOTH” FRONT AND TOMBSTONE BACK. THIS EARLY 19th CENTURY BOX USED SQUARE NAILS THROUGHOUT ITS CONSTRUCTION, HAS A WELL WORN HANGING HOLE, ORIGINAL PAINT AND HAND SHAPED SIDES. WHILE THERE IS SOME LOSS IN THE SAWTOOTH. HOWEVER, THE BOX IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. A GOOD EXAMPLE OF EARLY AMERICANA. (LHTE) 6 3/4” FRONT, 9 1/8” HEIGHT, 6 1/2” DEPTH. FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS VISIT OUR WEBSITE ( hlantiques.com ) EXPLORE CATEGORY RECENT ADDITIONS.
A BEAUTIFUL NEW ENGLAND PAINTED ca:1830 BOX OR SMALL CHEST. THE CHEST IS UNTOUCHED AND FEATURES ORIGINAL PAINT, T-NAIL CONSTRUCTION, ORIGINAL LOCK AND HASP (ATTACHED WITH SQUARE NAILS) AND ORIGINAL HINGES. OUTSTANDING CONDITION. FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS VISIT OUR WEBSITE (www.hlantiques.com) AND EXPLORE CATEGORY (RECENT ADDITIONS) .CTEDE) DIMENSIONS:17 1/2”L x 8”H x 9”D
Rare and unusual oil peg lamp and a tin candle holder. We got this piece out of a collection in a home in Pennsylvania. Due to the similar oxidation and patina, it appears that that the two pieces have been together for a very long time. The design of the peg lamp is very early and the candle holder is a push up with a ring handle. (TBEDK) TOTAL HEIGHT: 6 1/2”, BASE DIAMETER 5 1/2” FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS VISIT OUR WEBSITE HLANTIQUES.COM AND EXPLORE CATEGORY— RECENT ADDITIONS
YELLOW PAINTED 19th CENTURY SHELF WITH PEGS.JUST A NICE SHELF.TOP SHELF IS MORTISED INTO SIDES. THE BOARD HOLDING THE PEGS IS ALSO MORTISED INTO SIDES. PEGS ARE HAND MADE (ONE HAS SOME MINOR LOSS) AND ARE FULL MORTISED INTO BACK BOARD. THE ORIGINAL PAINT IS VERY GOOD WITH SOME WARE. THE SHELF IS STRONG WITH NO “WIGGLE”. (LEDO) For additional photos visit our website hlantiques.com and explore category RECENT ADDITIONS.
A gorgeous bittersweet, staved, water/well bucket with metal hoops. Note the hand carved handle and the way in which it is inserted into the bucket’s ears. Just a great example of Americana. While the bucket is in wonderful condition with strong paint and tight staves, the handle was shortened at some time in its long history. However, it is still very functional. Dimensions: 15”H,15”top diameter, 10 3/8” bottom diameter For additional photos visit our website and visit hlantiques.com and explore category RECENT ADDITIONS
LANCASTER, PA. CARVED AND PAINTED GENTLEMAN - ca:1900 FOUND IN LANCASTER,PENNSYLVANIA. UNTOUCHED CONDITION MOVABLE ARMS AND LEGS. JUST NICE. CA:1900 11”H. (ATRK) FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS, VISIT OUR WEBSITE (hlantiques.com) AND EXPLORE CATEGORY CAUGHT OUR, EYE, UNIQUE ITEMS
This is a great WI floor lamp with an extension arm and finished by a whitesmith. A particular nice feature is that the extension arm is straight out from the post. In many cases the extension arm slopes down. The three legs are nicely formed and end with a half-ball foot. The extension arm has great patina (looks bronze) and the ball finial is quiet attractive. An outstanding example of quality workmanship in the 18th century. 45 1/2”High (RTEDE) FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS, VISIT OUR WEBSITE (hlantiques.com) AND EXPLORE CATEGORY: EARLY LIGHTING
SKEWERS WERE RODS OR BLADES USED TO SECURE MEAT, VEGETABLES, ETC. FOR ROASTING. SKEWERS WERE USUALLY HUNG FROM A DOUBLE ARMED HOLDER AT THE FIRESIDE. THIS A PARTICULARLY NICE BECAUSE OF THE DIAMOND SHAPED SCREWER HOLDER AND THE RAT TAIL ON THE ARMS WHICH IS SIMILAR TO THE RAT TAIL ON THE SCREWERS. (ALDK) FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS, VISIT OUR WEBSITE (hlantiques.com) AND EXPLORE CATEGORY KITCHEN/HEARTH
AN ATTRACTIVE MORTAR AND PESTLE IN ITS ORIGINAL RED PAINT. WHAT ATTRACTED US TO THIS MORTAR AND PESTLE WAS THE MAGNIFICENT PAINT ON THE MORTAR AND THE DESIGN OF THE PESTLE. THE NICELY SHAPED PESTLE STILL RETAINS A CONSIDERABLE AMOUNT OF RED PAINT BUT HAS APPROPRIATE WEAR FROM USE. (KSET) THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT THESE TWO PIECES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN TOGETHER, MORTAR: 7 1/2”H, 4 1/2”D, 7’H FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOS, VISIT OUR WEBSITE (hlantiques.com) AND EXPLORE CATEGORY KITCHEN/ HEARTH OR TREENWARE/ WOODENWARE
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