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 www.hlantiques.com
A two-gallon stoneware jug with a cobalt jay- like bird with curved legs on a single line or branch. Impressed J&E Norton Bennington VT. J&E Norton dates 1850-1859. The jug has a very minor tight 1" hairline on bottom as shown in middle photo on our website hlantiques.com in category FOLK ART 2. Otherwise, it is in great condition.(KTKE)
The two pieces shown (TEAPOT in second photo) are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks. VEGETABLE TUREEN: JF (Jacob Furnival) 1845-1871 (LCTE) Dimensions: 91/4" Diameter List Price: $360 IRONSTONE TEAPOT: Columbia Teapot-Challiner 1856, Bears Diamond Registry Mark (BHTE) Dimensions: 10" H List Price: $240
What makes this hand made working lamp so unique is that it was made from vintage lard containers. It has a great look and as you can see from the photos the height of the shade is adjustable. (AOTK)Dimensions: 18” H x 71/4” DIA.
The two pieces shown (Sugar Bowl in second photo) are in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.1) IRONSTONE TEAPOT: T & R Boote 1851, Bears Diamond Registry Mark. (LDLE)Dimensions: 10"H List Price:$330 2)SUGAR BOWL: W&E Corn 1864-1891 (HTE)Dimensions: 81/2"H List Price: $95
A sawtooth ratchet which extends to rush holder and candle socket. Note how delicate the features are starting with the main rod and extending to the finials at the bottom and under the candle holder. Note also the candle and rush holder as well as the ware on the drip pan. Just a real nice piece with a little extra. (HKTE)Dimensions: 28 1/2" x 43 1/4" L, 3" Drip Pan
This pair of American Sconces are from the early 19th century. They were part of the Nelson Haje Jr. collection.Note the crimped crests, tooled (folded edges) reflectors, punched holes for hanging, and the “demilune” tooled dish pans with a single candle socket. A wonderful pair of sconces in great condition with light oxidation and wear. For additional photos visit our website www.hlantiques.com and explore category EARLY LIGHTING. Dimensions: 13 5/8”H x 4 1/2”W x 2 7/8”D
This was for pots, utensils or anything that hung over a fire. Note that the hook is substantial and can hang from a trammel. This piece could have been used in a forge, restaurant or home. For additional photos visit our website hlantiques.com (click on link above) and explore category KITCHEN/HEARTH.(TAEE) Dimensions: 9" H(without hook), 16 3/4"H (with hook), 14" Across.
This pair of push-up candlesticks is pictured in George C. Neumann's book, ANTIQUE COUNTRY FURNISHINGS, on page 69 with the following comment. "The new neoclassical styling is evident in these popular ringed columns and sloping square bases. The candlesticks have the original disc push-up and are in good condition with a few minor dents. Additional photos and other candlesticks are on our website hlantiques.com in category PEWTER, BRASS, COPPER. 5 3/4"H" (BTBH)
The "Lion and Two Monkeys" mechanical bank was manufactured by Kyser & Rex, Philadelphia, Pa. It was based on a patent issued to Louis Kyser and Alfred C. Rexon July 17,1883. It should be noted that the monkeys arms are brass. The bank is all original (including the glass eyes) and in working condition. Note the great paint. For additional photos of this bank and other banks visit our website click on link above or go to hlantiques.com and visit category FOLK ART 1. (BOKE)
This is a nicely designed 19th century game rack with original red paint that could also be used for utensils, displaying early lighting implements etc. The cutouts are extensive and well done. While there is a little loss on one of the hangers the overall condition is excellent and complete. (BLDK) Dimensions:341/2"L x 10"H
A good looking 19th century table /wall box. The box features wonderful original paint, carved and painted tulips on the front panel, a nicely shaped lid and back panel and the back panel has a carved flower with carved leaves. Construction is butt end with old iron nails The box may be hung on a wall or sits nicely on a table. While there is minor loss on the lid where it is pinned, the overall condition is very good. Additional photos (including where it is pinned) are available on our website hlantiques.com in category BOXES-WALL, CANDLE, PANTRY, TABLE. (KTBK) Dimensions: 101/4"L x 53/4"W x 61/2" H
A beautiful, well made cricket stool with an exquisite needle point. Note the splendid turnings of the splayed legs as well as the subtle turnings of the stretchers. Note also the outstanding condition of the needle point and the cricket stool itself. (BTKE)
A BEAUTIFUL MASON 5" PITCHER (PAYNSLEY PATTERN) IN EXCELLENT CONDITION MEASURES 5" HIGH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS. ADDITIONAL PHOTOS (INCLUDING MASON MARK) ARE ON OUR WEBSITE hlantiques.com IN CATEGORY RECENT ADDITIONS
The frame is double sided so that the viewer can see both sides. One post card is dated 1909 and another is dated 1910. The frame and post cards are in excellent condition. Dimensions: 12 5/8" x 7 3/4" x 1 1/4"
A well made large ca:1840 dovetailed candle box in the original blue paint with a raised panel sliding top and the original working lock with key. Note that the base is one board rounded at the edges and the four dovetailed sides are square nailed onto the one board base. While there is some ware, the overall condition is very good. For additional photos visit our website hlantiques.com and explore category BOXES-WALL, CANDLE,PANTRY TABLE (CRDK) Dimensions: 20 1/2”L x 9 3/4”W x 6”H
A wonderful all original grain painted table desk. The screws appear to be hand made and it also has some small square nails. For additional photos visit our website hlantiques.com and explore AMERICAN FURNITURE. (AKET). Dimensions: 213/8"W x 20"D x 5"H (front) and 8"H (back)
A good looking nicely designed 19th century hanging wall box with an attractive patina. Note the well used irregular hanging hole and the T-nail construction. Exceptional condition. For additional photos visit our website hlantiques.com and explore category BOXES-WALL,CANDLE,PANTRY,TABLE.(JSK) Dimensions: 20"H x 7 5/8"W x 4 7/8"D
What is so nice about this rushlight and candleholder is the high arch of the legs and the scroll of the feet. This was a well used close seam cone candleholder as you can see by the irregular worn edge of the candleholder. The craftsmanship is excellent with the true right angles and the fit of the pincers. Excellent condition. (AKTK) For additional photos visit our website hlantiques.com and explore category EARLY LIGHTING
The rotating gridiron was used to lay meat or fish on for broiling, or to use as a trivet. The gridiron was also used for light cooking and warming. Note the shouldered handle here because the gridiron's low height. Also note, the heart finial with a hole for hanging. Excellent condition. For additional photos visitor website hlantiques.com and explore category KITCHEN/HEARTH(MBED) Dimensions: 24"L x 31/2"H x 12"-121/2"Rotary
LEFT:Pewter Hand Lamp Signed James H. Putman 1830-1835 Malden, Massachusetts- Whale Oil Burner- Condition: Excellent. Overall Height 4" List Price: $495 (ATRA) CENTER: Pewter Saucer Based Hand Lamp- Whale Oil Burner Signed James H. Putman- Malden, Massachusetts 1830-1835 Condition: Outstanding-Overall Height:51/2"- List Price: $495 (ATRA) RIGHT: SCARCE PEWTER HAND LAMP- SIgned Capen & Molineaux- New York City 1848-1854 and Dorchester, Mass 1844-47- Condition: Excellent- Height: 21/2" - List Price: $495 (PARK) For additional photos visit our website hlantiques.com and explore category PEWTER, BRASS, COPPER
Price: 495 EACH
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