We have been long time collectors and part time dealers for the past 40 some years. We were originally from Michigan but were residents of Florida for the past 30 years and spent summers in Maine. Our love is fine American furniture and Country accessories, woodenware, baskets, quilts, folk art and fine art. We also have extensive interest in early American and Continental metal ware (brass, copper, pewter, iron and tin) and early lighting devices. Everything is sold with a full guarantee to our customers satisfaction. Returns are excepted less shipping costs. Any reasonable offer is considered. Payments are by check or Pay pal for credit. If you are interested in layaway terms we can easily work with you.
Mortar and chain carved out of one piece of wood. Sailor or prison art carving. 28” long x 4” d. and mortar 7” t.
Slow lathe turned bowl with the original dry old brown surface. No cracks and in wonderful condition. 15.5”. -16” d. X 3.75” t.’
Early 19thc. Mortar and pestle. 7” t. X 6 3/4” d. Top X 6 1/4” d. base, pestle 9.5” l. X 3.25” d. In fine condition with natural fissures in wood that don’t penetrate and no fill. Weighs 4.5 lbs. More photos available.
Great vibrant wooden bowl with old blue paint. Nice wide rim with small tight age crack. 14-15” d. X 4” t.
With wide lip and the original surface that has such a nice nut brown patina it appears painted and the interior is as nice as the exterior. 18-18.5” d. X 5” t. Condition is excellent.
13- Late 19th/early 20thc. Sultana A & P Spice tins in 4 different size heights 1-7.25”, 5- 6.25”, 5- 4.25”, 2- 3.25”. Names of different spices on back. Some flaking paint and discoloring and some don’t open. Vibrant mustard paint for display.
Price: 225.00 set
Wonderful hand made Folk Art display of two Fishermen smoking pipes, one sitting in a boat mending nets and the other standing in waders on a dock with paint brush in hand painting the oars. One appears to be paper mache and the other man made of nylon socks. Found local in Maine. Pieces are all adhered to boat and dock. 14” l. X 7” w. x 5” w. x 9.5” t.
Fabulous late 19th/early 20thc. copper full hollow bodied Rooster on arrow weathervane. Some verdegris on body and arrow. Wonderful condition and 38" wide including arrow x 37 1/2" tall x 2 1/2" deep body.
Price: $1050.00 + shipping
1930 cast iron Hubley Penny banks in original paint with normal wear. Coin slots in their backs. 5.5” tall.
Price: 150.00 ea
Great large painted frog bank stamped Iron Art underneath. Coin slot in mouth. 8.5”l. X 7”w. X 4” t.
1910-1930 Arcade cast iron pony banks with original paint and Beauty in gold on one side Coin slots in their manes. 5.75” l.
Price: 200.00 pr.
Early Indian birch box with natural porcupine quill decoration on lid. Paperwork inside says 140 yrs old from Banff Alberta, CN. Click on addl. photos. In excellent condition.
5-Cast Iron bank toys that were sold to get kids to start saving money in the late 19thc. These are complete with their original paint and 5.5”-6”t. First bank on the left patent dated July 23,1895 underneath. Coin slots are either on top of roof, back or on the side. Made by Kenton Hardware Co. Ohio. Sold separately.
Price: 150.00 ea
Sweet doll size wooden drop leaf table in original old brown paint with old hinges and wooden swing out leaf supports. Possibly a Salesman sample. 9.75”l. X 7”w. and 11.25” wide w/leaves up X 7” t.
Two piece butter mold with dovetailed housing. Shrinkage from use so it doesn’t fit tight in housing. Nice original dry surface. 5.75” l. X 4” w. X 2.75” t.
Master salt 75.00, pepper grinder 125.00, goblet pen wipe 125.00, nutmeg grater with paint 175.00.
Price: Priced separately
Bright orange large ovoid pot with brown splotches and original lid. In very good condition with no cracks and expected wear and minor chips. 11.5” t. x 5.25” top d. X 8.25” center d.
18thc. southern yellow pine ornately cutout holder for solid brass mortar and pestle included. Click on photo for addl. pictures. 20” X 8”
Wooden planer with manufacturer stamped on blade and bone decorative knob. 15.5” l. X 2.25” w. X 5.75” t.
3 Small cast iron banks with original paint and coin slots in back under the roofs. 3.25”-4” tall. Kenton Hardware Co. Ohio. Sold separately or group $400.00
Price: 150.00 ea
Great old painted wooden bowl with 2” lip. Out of round and in great condition no cracks. 16”-16.50” X 5”-5.25” t.
Early 20thc. Toys in original paint. Green truck stamped Arcade 213 underneath with white rubber tires 4.75” l., Dark green Bus 5” l. with metal tires. Yellow truck with rubber tires 3.5” l.
Price: 125.00 ea
Fabulous 1840 large slide lid candle or document box with original blue paint and raised panel lid that locks. Dovetailed and early nailed construction. 20.5” l. X 9.75”w. X 6” t.
Folk Art wooden oxen with nail horns and leather tails, oxen are in a double yolk pulling a cart handmade and painted by Joseph Libby from Machias River, ME. 14.5” l. x 4.25”w., oxen 7” long.
Automaton Cobbler moving Storefront display. A Cobbler stitching mochisins, his hands and head move. Wooden handmade display with scraps of leather on his bench along with a couple of tools and shoe form. 25” w. X 12”d. X 25” t.
Late 19th early 20thc. Pine hand made primitive 12 slot spoon rack six per side, with small drawer and brass mortar and pestle. Mortised construction on sides but has round nails. Click on photos for addl. photos. 24” l. X 22”t. X 4.25” w.
Painted splay leg Windsor footstool, bulbous turned legs pegged through the top with single stretcher. Later white paint over brown and red original paint. 16”x9.5” d. x7” t.
Pantry box with salmon paint. Has a chip on the top rim otherwise in good condition. 10.75” d. X 5.25” t.
Original painted old pond model from 1920’s-30’s. Has remnants of a label Jacrim mfg. Boston MA. Chip on top of deck along with dings and sail is gone. Yellow wooden deck with red metal keel and metal rudder. 21.75” l. X 4.75 w. X 7.25” t.
Wooden carving of seal signed Jim Van underneath. Found in Maine. 4.75” t. X 4”X 2.25” base.
Large heavy dark green glass bottle blown in 3 mold. With broken pontil on bottom. Excellent condition with wear on bottom. 15” t. X 12” d. X 8” w.
Diminutive leather covered small wooden box with brass decorative tacks and oval brass on top, it also has the old paper lining. Original lock and key and in very good condition. 9.25” l. X 5” w. X 5”t.
Penobscot Indian war clubs used in ceremonies. Carved from a tree limb with Burl attached. Small childs has remnants of red paint. Lg 28” l., Sm 16” l.
Price: 150.00 ea
Old cast iron bank with original gold paint in very good condition. Has bank slot on back neck. 9” t. X 6.5”l.
Miniature farm animals with Amish man and woman. 10 painted cast figures. Amish figures 3” t.
Price: 125.00 set
6 late 19th early 20thc. Butter molds from 1.25-2” diameter. Square flower 2” d. X 4” t., leaves 1.75” d. X 2.75” t., leaf 1.75” d. X 2.5” t., thistle 1.5” d. X 3” t. ,sheath of wheat 1.25” d. X 2..25” t., Star 1.5” d. X 2” t. Priced separately.
Price: 150.00 ea
Two wooden carved and painted geese in flight. In great condition. 9” X 6” and 10” X 9”
Price: 250.00 pr.
Small maple trencher hand carved with raised bottom. 2 tight age cracks. Nice original patina 9.75” l. x 6.25” w. x 2.75” t.
Original painted toys made from paper mache on wooden platform with wooden wheels. 6.75” l. x 6” t. x 2.75” w. In very nice condition.
Price: 250.00 pr
19thc. Carved mold with old dry surface with minor tight age crack. 3.75” d. X 3.25” t.
Pr of carved and painted ducks signed by the late Carl Malmstrom of Rockland,ME 1882-1975. Sleeping female and male, detailed work by the artist. 20” l. Driftwood X 5” t. X 3” l. Ducks.
Price: $ 475.00
Early Paktong metal bird with glass eyes. Complete with repairs to tail feathers and possibly chest. 11.5” tall X 4” w.
Fish or stylized dolphin bronze knocker, 7.5”l. x 4” t. X .75” thick. Old bronze finish and weighs 2 lbs.
An Early wooden Steam Ship model that appears to be a war ship with 5 cannons and 4 paddle life saving boats hanging from the sides. Metal anchor with chain in front. 29” long x 13” t. x 5.5” w. In old paint with some paint splatter.
Carved solid wooden 3D original painted Barber Pole. Great advertising sign with iron mounting bracket on back. In very good condition. 54” tall x 8” wide X10.5” deep.
Price: 1250.00 plus shpg
“Road to the Barn” by Bernard Corey, oil on board, 8” X 12” sight size, 12.5 X 16.5” framed in gold carved gesso frame made by the late Paul Goodnow. Purchased from his Estate and signed on back.
Christmas in July. Huge heavy blown glass with purple hues and wonderful iridescence. German Kukel with brass top. In excellent condition 12.5” T. X 7” W.
Price: Sold Thank you
Early Mic Mac Indian spruce root & quill decorated box. Circa 1840, 6” l. X 4.5” w. X 3.25” t. In great condition.
Beautiful bold carrier made from a mix of tiger and birdseye maple. Nice detailed cutouts and dovetailed construction. Reglued on one end. 17” L. X 9.5 W. X 7.5 T.
2 graduated swing handled baskets both in excellent condition. 10.5-11” D. X 6.5” T. to rim and 8.5 - 8.75 D. x 5” T. to rim. Natural patina.
Price: 450.00 pr.
Early Redware bowl or milk pan with greenish glaze w/brown splotches. Some expected wear and glaze missing but no cracks. 9-9 1/4” D X 3 1/4” T
Three great early Redware jugs in wonderful condition with no cracks and minor wear and/or chips. Red w/3 incised rings near top 8.5”t, Tan w/brown specks 8”t and dark green w/orange speckles 8.5” t. Priced separately. More photos available.
Price: 795.00 each
2 early colorful pieces of Redware in good condition with expected wear. Turks turban food mold cream with brown specks (2 minor nicks on outside rim) 9.75 d. X 4.5” tall. $275.00 Bold ovoid jar with orange and brown swirls 6.50” t. X 6.50 d. (patch glaze missing) $400.00
Price: Priced Separately
4 small early pieces of early Redware. Two ovoid jugs one brown speckled 6.50” and manganese glaze 6.25”and two canning jars red speckled 4.75” and brown ovoid 4.50” all in wonderful condition with no cracks and expected minor wear.
Price: Jugs 495.00 each/Jars 245.00 each
Hunter shooting at a Buck. Heavy sheet iron early painted weathervane. 34” long x 18” tall.
Wonderful naive oil painting on canvas of domestic animals. Two kittens and a puppy peaking around the corner. In wonderful condition. Probably 1930’s in a wooden frame. 22” X 27” and 25x 30 framed.
Hubley original painted horse and carriage. With driver and lady passenger. Some normal wear to the paint but overall very good condition. 4 pieces.
3 classic pairs of leather Baby shoes. With original buttons and in great condition. Red/black lace up and black w/white tassels and mother of pearl buttons 4 1/2” l x 3” t. and brown ones w/scalloped tops and five buttons 4” l x 3 1/2” t. No holes or tears. Sold separately
Price: 225.00 each
Harbor scene OC painted by the known Artist in 2008 and signed LL. Framed in original handmade frame by the late Paul Goodnow. 10” X 14” and 13.25” X 17.25” framed.
Large iron crow carnival shooting target with pits and corrosion from shots 15”l x10.5” t.
Great painting depicting the rocky Maine Coast with typical Cape and barn with Fisherman getting in his boat and lobster traps scattered on the shore. Signed A. Russell Mann, 20” X 24”. In great condition and framed in painted wooden frame.
Delightful Family Farm O/C in the George Durrie style. In excellent condition. 26.5” X 19.5” and the 29.5” X 22.5” including painted wooden frame. Unsigned.
Folk painting on canvas of a working Indian Village. A lot of interesting activities going on in this Primitive Village scene signed verso M. R. Krishna. Framed in a painted dark green/gold wood frame and in very good condition. Painting measures 16” x 27.25” and 18” x 29.25” with frame.
Large bright wooden sign “The Barn” with horse shoes painted on each side. 30” X 15” tall.
Painted carving of an eagle perched on base. Eagle itself is 11” tall and base 4”X 5” x 2”tall.
19thc. Carved birds with heart butter mold made from maple. Classic pattern has a stable age crack on the front only. 6 1/4” l x 2 1/2” d
Copper and tinned food mold of a lobster. Stamped made in Germany. Copper tabs to connect to oven rack.10.5” l x 6.25”w x 3.50” t
Prints from dry brush works “The Corner” 1953 from collection of Mr and Mrs W E Phelps and “Brinton’s Mill” signed and from 1958 collection Mrs. Andrew Wyeth (The Mill in Chester County PA was owned by Andrew and Betsy in 1958) Both measure 11 1/4” x 7 1/4” and 21 1/2” x 13 1/2” framed and under glass with some discoloration.
Price: 225.00 pr.
18th or early 19thc Wall mount candle box with dovetailed construction. In excellent condition measures 15” t x 5 1/4” w X 3 3/4” d.
Original decoration in good condition and working order from W. Germany. Larger one 5 1/4” long is a wind up w/attached key and has patent date Dec 27, 1927. Small one 3” and hops but never had a key.
Price: 150.00 pr
Late 19thc. Cornucopia with fruit and sprays of wheat painted on velvet. In original walnut carved and decorated frame under glass. Some foxing and measures 16 1/2” x 13 1/4” and framed 25 1/2” x 20”. Apologies for the blinds in the photo!
Inlaid maple and cherry or walnut with large turned finial measures 11 1/2” tall X 5 3/4” diameter. In great condition.
Screech owl carving by Casey Edwards with talon beak. Stamped CE on bottom. 15” wing span X 11” l x 4.5” tall.
Wonderful c.1910 toy in the original paint. Engine and one car both in very good original condition. "Hillclimber" stenciled on the car. 30" long.
Price: $450.00 + shpg
19thc. Dovetailed construction on this early wooden box with a landscape painting on top and detailed floral decoration on front and both sides. With the original lock. 14” l x 9” w X 5” t
Early 19thc. Candlesticks with stop fluting on the pillars and acanthus leaf tops with separate boboches, silver over copper. 7.75” tall x 3.25” base diameter. In excellent condition. Great Wedding or Christmas gift.
Price: 450.00 pr
Large Basin with floral design 14.5” diameter X 5” tall. In great condition no cracks or chips minor paint flake off rim.
Oil painting on canvas of a child with a large brim hat ready to catch some birds eating her porridge. Originally by famous German artist Hermon von Kaulbach. Signed on a label taped on the back of the canvas “Selena Manchester” (it’s not a repair). In an old wooden gilt frame and excellent condition.15.75” x13’”
Mid 19thc. Oil painted on board this is a wonderful early painting with cows, nieve and unsigned. 13.5” x 11.75” w/frame, 9” x 7.75” actual size. Housed in an original wooden gilt frame with sand paint.
Early 20thc. Oil landscape painting with cows on Masonite. In a carved gilt frame. Signed verso by Tapan. 10”x12”, 15.75”x 17.75” including frame.
Oil on canvas painting by known artist Michael Stoffa, who had a Gallery in Rockport, Mass, b.1923-2001. Lobster traps and bouys. Signed lower left. 17”X 21”, with original frame 23”X 27”.
Lg. decorated sign “BOYS” (will be Boys) blue with gold carved incised lettering and stars with anchors on each end. 47” long x 9.25” tall x 5/8” thick. By Dick Steele a wood carver from Maine now deceased.
Price: 250.00 + shpg
Tiger maple niddy noddy with pinned and mortised construction. Very useful tool for winding a neat skein from a bobbin of hand spun.
Child size decoy with keel and string with weight. Initialed DB on bottom. Probably Childs initials. Nice paint. 8.5” l x 4” t
Cork body female mallard with wooden carved head 5.5x3”t. and Golden eye duck 6.5” X 3.5 t .
Price: 150.00 ea
Canvasback hen from Mt Clemens, MI 1940 by Gordon “Pecor” Fox. Original paint and keel. 16” l x 6.25” t x 7” wide.
Wonderful painted Merganser carving signed R. Mitchell, Robert Madison Mitchell 1901-1993. Glass eyes and measures 21” l x 5.5”w x 7.5”t.
Puffin on a stump carved wood and painted. 11” l x x 6.5”t x 3” w. Small Nova Scotia mat finely hooked with a Sea gull on a stump signed by artist. $75.00
Price: $175.00 / 75.00
Large basket in excellent condition, 17” and 16.50” diameter X 17” tall top handle. Double woven rim and raised bottom. Nice warm patina.
Blue Jay perched on stump 6.5” l x 3.5”t., Oriole w/glass eyes on driftwood 5” l x 2.5” t. and Maine chickadee w/glass eyes on driftwood & signed Ellen Nelson 1987. 4.25”l x 2.25” t. $450 purchase all.
Price: 175.00 ea
Ochre and black painted board with side compartments for game pieces (not included). 28.75” X 19”
Snow Goose carved and signed by H. V. Shourds of New Jersey. Lead weight in bottom. Third generation carver. 19” l x 6.5 w x 8.75 t
Maine Chickadee on branch mounted on wood base 4.75”l x2.50” t., 2-Canadian geese on driftwood 5.50”l and 4.50” l x 3”t. Songbird w/glass eyes on driftwood, bird 5”x3”.
Price: $175.00 ea
3 -19thc. Photos first one tin type and 2 ambrotypes in original leather cases with brass clasps. Purchase all $250.00
Price: 95.00 ea
Wooden birds carved and painted. Mallard duck on black wood base 2.75” t x4” l, woodpecker on stump 3.50” t. ,mallard duck on driftwood signed Jim Verge Eastport,ME 3.50”t, and sea gull on wood base 2.50”t.
Price: 175.00 ea
Early 20thc. oval framed oil on artist board of a pasture scene with cows. Found in Maine probably by local artist. Unsigned 23” x17”
Sandpiper on driftwood bird 4”l x2”t , Redhead male by Birk 3.50”l x 1.75” w x 1.50”t, Songbird on driftwood w/blue egg in nest, bird 4.50”l x 1.75” t. $450 for all
Price: $175.00 ea
12 pieces of standard size fruit all in great condition. (Persimmon SOLD) red delicious and granny Smith apples, lemon, pear, peach, orange, tangerine, apricot, yellow grapes and 2-red plums.
Price: 85.00 ea
Small wood carvings unsigned. Great Blue Heron 11” tall on stand and Sea Gull 10” wing span on driftwood.
Price: $150 ea
Late 19th/early 20thc. Water St. in Wiscasset with horse and buggy and boat in the foreground. Some early residents and typical early colonial house. 13 3/4” x 10 1/2” actual photo size.
Old painted 2-sided wooden gameboard. Parcheesi board green and gold, checkers board green and red. 19” X 18.75”
Dark windsor green and red with early nailed construction document box with bail handle on top. Remnants of old wallpaper inside as found in Maine. 10”l x 6”w x 5 3/4” t
Original paint decorated bellows. One nice green w/peaches and paint is in great condition but has wear to leather 18” X 7.5”. Original white or smoke decorated with fruit paint has some wear but leather is in good condition. 17” X 7”
Price: 250.00 ea
Ice fishing decoy Pike jointed tail and weighted with tin fins and inlaid Indian head penny and buffalo nickel 12” l. Pollywog weighted 5” l. Both signed and handmade by Duluth Fish Decoys DFD in MN.
Price: $275.000 / 150.00
3-Colorful braided nylon mats hand made from old stockings. 1st oval vibrant 14.5”X 18” $175, round pastel colors 16” diameter $150, oval black trim 16” X 12” $85
Price: Priced separately above
Nylon finely hand braided mats made from nylon stockings. Perfect for a candle stand or seat of Windsor. Round navy twill & salmon 13” d. $150.00, oval navy, pink & blue 12” X 11” $150, oval gold, brown & white 15” X 11” $150
Price: $150 ea
1930’s die cast metal dump truck with wooden wheels carrying 3 Christmas trees. Truck with some repaint. Truck 12” l x3.5” t. Trees 9.5”, 7.5” and 5.5”
Two handmade hearth brooms, wooden handle with tied straw, hole on top for hanging. 38” tall and 35” tall.
Price: 75.00 ea/125.00 pr
Wrought iron candle lighting device that was used in early homes and barns by sticking in a beam. 13” long
3 small Harvard Shaker oval pantry boxes. 6x4.25”, 5x3.25”, 4x3”. Large one has a small chip on front lid. Nice honey patina.
Price: 400.00 group
5 early kitchen items, figured maple masher 9.75” and rolling pin 14”, bell shaped masher 9.5”, large handmade wooden spoon 13”, wooden handled wire egg beater 9.75”.
Price: 125.00 ea /450.00 all
Male and Female mallard carvings mounted on driftwood. Ducks 4.75” l on 16” driftwood. Carved by Roe Terry.
Painted on wooden panels “The Bangor”. This sign is not real old but handmade and has a good look. 24” X 24” X 1/4” thick.
Pair of unusually tall 17” candlesticks made of sheet iron with double faceted wedding bands and push ups. Threaded nuts on the bottoms. 17”t x 5”d
Folk Art sockeye salmon flat sign made by Dave and/or Jim Perkins some years back for our Shop. 25” l x 7.5” t x 1” thick.
Early 18thc. Dutch Oval brass box with great decorative lock, hinges and bale handle. Separate covered compartment inside. 8.5” l x 4” w x 3” t.
Crudely hand made baskets out of thick splint weavers. Both in great condition. Buttocks style Lg. 10” -11” d. x 15” w. on btm x 10” t. $175.00. Small melon 8.5-9” d X 7” t. $125.00
Price: 250.00 pr
Early primitive mortar turned out of walnut Burl. Weighs 7 lbs. 6.25” d-6.75”d Top x7.5” t. Base 6.5” x 6.75
19thc. Iron oil Betty lamp w/Rooster and original hanger with wick pic in good working condition.
Great hand made wooden folk carved and painted decoy with bottle cap decorations on back and glass eyes. Lead weight in bottom. 9.5” X 5.5” Maker unknown.
19thc. Blue and white Staffordshire set with minor chip on base of pitcher see photo. Crown patent on bottom. 13” d. Bowl X 11” t pitcher.
Price: 250.00 set
Great wall box or candle box with Cherubs or children riding a ram. 9.75” t x 9” w. x 3.5 d.
Fabulous black ash Burl mortar or chalice Indian made turned from a single piece of Burl. 4.5” d X 7” t
English Brass Repousse Wall Candle Sconce with double eagle family crest. 9” w X 3”d X 10”t
Large simple pan chamberstick with a delicate candle up with a hole to remove candle. 8.25 d and 13” l including handle.
Early 19thc. Copper kettle with dovetailed construction and hinged handle. In wonderful condition.
19thc copper strainer with looped applied handles and tin lining. 10” d x 15 3/4” l w/handles and 5” tall.
With looped applied handles and tin lined. 8 1/2” d x 4 3/4” t x15 1/2” l including handles.
Late 19thc. Halls Excelsior Bank with mecanical man on top for droping pennies into slot. Cast iron with original paint and Pat. Dec 21,1869. All original and working condition. 5 1/2" tall and 4" x 4"
Painted Washstand and matching chair with brass spittoon on top. Washstand has a chip off top edge. 8.5”t X 6.75” w X 4.75 d , chair 6.25” t
Price: $175.00 set
2 early miniature oil lamps a Lucerne 8.50”X 2.75” d and an old miniature Dutch Spout lamp with weighted bottom and wick pic. 5”t. x 1.75”d
Price: 150.00 each
Early English shoehorn with curled handle terminating with a ball finial. 7 1/2” l X 4” t
Kachina doll signed, Indian mini snowshoe, papoose in rocking cradle, birch canoe, mini totem pole.
Price: 250.00 All
Wonderful primitive washing plunger dated 1912. So much writing stamped on the tin plunger. “Warning this washer can only be used by the holder of a Family Right. The purchaser which is subject to terms and conditions of the original contract of sale from the undersigned. United States July 30, 1912. We have really come a long way since then! 28” tall X 8 3/4” D
Small covered Makkah Nootka basket 2.75” d. X 2” t 2 round woven Makkah mats, one w/bird motifs, one w/whale and fish motifs 5.25” d
Price: 250.00 set 3
Circa 1890’s solid cherry wooden planer with screw arm plough signed on the side. Company in business 1864-1907. In wonderful condition.
Wooden paint decorated Appaloosa with leather saddle, reins and stirrups with horse hair mane and tail. On a rocker base with the original stenciling. 44" L x 39" T x 17" W
Early to mid 20thc. one of a kind Scarecrow Weathervane on an arrow with bird perched on his arm. Copper full bodied with directional stand. Scarecrow 32” tall and Arrow 36” wide. The directional is optional but makes it another 30” taller on stand.
19thc. Wooden turned stand on turned feet with 3 compartments for sewing notions, the bottom one covered with holes for thread to be fed thru and 8 pegs for threads. 11 1/2”t X 4 3/4” diameter.
Wonderful Doris Stauble arrangement in a Child’s patriotic drum with stars and red white blue. This is from her collection and still has a sticker on the bottom “Not For Sale”. Has a few missing fruit but not noticeable. Doris (b.1917-d.2007) was a well known Antique Dealer in Maine and made these arrangements to help supplement her income after her husband passed away. 9” d X 9 1/2”t
Original green hand dovetailed and nailed box with leather hinges. 8 1/4” X 5 1/4” X 41/2” tall. A sweet small size.
Barbers basins were used under your chin for shaving and also surgically by Barbers for blood letting to cleanse your blood of toxins.
Decorative silver repousse quadruple plated beveled mirror. Marked on the side of mirror. 9 1/2” l. X 5 1/2” d.
Detailed wood carving of a Violinist standing at a podium reading his sheet music holding his violin. In excellent condition. 11 1/4 t X 4 1/2 wide
Wooden measure or scoop in original white paint. Constructed like a pantry box with bent wood and nailed. 5 3/4” d X 3 1/2” t.
Silk flowers in a small oval wicker basket with a small bird perched on top. Purchased from her daughter Pat. Doris (b.1917-d.2007) was a well known Antique Dealer in Maine and made these arrangements to help supplement her income after her husband passed away. 7 1/4” X 5 1/2” X 5 1/2” tall.
Four stacking threaded containers for spices mace, ginger and nutmeg. One missing label. 7 1/2” t. X 3 1/4” d.
Small wooden cutlery box with 6 steel spoons, 6 bone handled knives and 5 bone handled 3 pronged forks. 6” X 5 1/4”.
This painted tin lamp was used on an early ship and it swings and levels itself in hopes that the oil didn’t spill and burn down the ship! It can also be hung on the wall. 5 1/4” t X 5 3/4” w.
Indian handmade doll with original velvet dress and beads. Cloth body with painted face. In great condition. 9” tall
Round flat covered ash splint unusual basket with 3 woven lollypop decorations on the lid. 11" D. x 5" tall and in excellent condition.
Early 19thc. heavy solid bell metal fauceted 8 sided container on 4 paw feet. Probably used for tobacco or tea caddy. 5" wide x 5 1/2" tall.
17thc. European bulbous 3 legged bronze cauldron "pot of gold" with feet and iron bale handle. Has an early round sprue mark with unusual 8-pointed star underneath (goddess of wealth). Probably was deaccessioned from a museum. 4" top diameter x 6" tall or 10" to top of bale handle and has no repairs.
Wonderful early Queenanne brass wax jack used for sealing letters in the 18thc. In excellent condition. 7" tall x 4" diameter base
20thc. Folk art oil painting on board titled "Making Up" an interesting painting of two kids maybe around Halloween having a lot of fun. Older boy got into the flour and tomato sauce and plastering it on the younger ones face. I love the look on the Mom walking in on this mess! Signed Merle lower right.
Wonderful Lg. 2-sided original paint decorated wooden game board with bread boards ends. 3-colored (red, white, green) checkers with red shields in each corner and 2-colored (red & white) Parcheesi 28"x 22". Great piece of folk art.
Graduated redware bulbous jugs with manganese glaze. All in good condition with some chips on the bottoms. Priced separately, Largest 450, medium 475, smallest 525.
Price: Lg $450-Med $475-Sm $525
19thc. Mochaware pitcher with double earthworm design. Beautiful colors and in great condition with no damage. 7 1/2" tall.
Late 19th-early 20thc. unusual market handled basket made from woven steel strips and ash splint. In excellent condition. 13" diameter x 8" tall w/o handle x 12" tall to top handle.
Pair of English Tavern Candlesticks with bells to notify waiter when you want service. 12" tall.
Price: $675.00 pr.
Wonderful Large carved and gilt Pilot House Eagle by Artistic Carving Co. in Boston. In excellent condition with the old gilt and 44" wing span x 24" tall.
Young Lady portrait sitting on a river bank, oil on board in an original period frame. Signed lower right what appears to be S. I. Jacubus. 15” x 18” and 19” x 22” frame size. In wonderful condition.
With three legs and original handle and long spru mark underneath. Great condition with no cracks. 9 3/4" d. x 7 .5 tall w/o handle.
Fabulous early display shelf with mortised plate rails for a nice delft or deep enough for bowl collection Early dovetailed construction with original blue green paint. 48" wide x 34" tall and shelf measures 10 1/2" deep bottom to 4 1/2" deep on top. Three shelves are graduated and 13 1/2" tall on bottom, 11" tall middle and 10" tall on top. This came from an Estate in PA and has the storage capacity of some cupboards and is in very good sturdy condition.
Price: $1500.00 + shpg
Wonderful Queen Anne spill vase for holding splints to light your lamps and candles. Early piece in excellent condition.
Wonderful Shaker miniature tin set of kitchenware. 24 pieces of tin ware housed inside of an early tin shadowbox with 20 hooks on the back and sides 7” tall X 12” wide X 4” deep. Including scoops, pans, sieves, measures, funnels, lamp filler, grater, milk storage container, etc. all made by a skilled tinsmith. All pieces in wonderful condition and varying from 1"-2 1/2" in size.
Wooden original old blue painted mortar and matching pestle with stamped signature on the base. Has a stable crack in the base but wonderful piece. Mortar Measures 5" diameter at top and bottom and 6" diameter center and 7" tall. Pestle 10" long.
19thc. Oil on canvas of a Sailboat at dusk with the moon shining through the clouds. Painting measures 19 1/2" x 13 1/4" and 24 1/2" x 18 1/4" including gilt decorated frame and painting in excellent condition with minor loss to top of frame see photos.
Early 20thc. oil painting of bowl of fruit on a checkered tablecloth. Measures 23 1/2" x 13 1/2" and 28 1/2" x 18 1/2" including gilt wooden frame. Painting has some minor crackleture.
Late 19thc. Oil Painting on canvas of Peaches in a blue bowl with glass of wine and blue pitcher. Painting measures 18" x 12" and 23" x 17" including old gilt frame and in excellent condition.
English 18thc. two piece miniature Linen Press, mahogany veneer over mahogany. Finely dovetailed case and drawers. Dimensions 22 1/2" tall x 13 1/2" wide x 8/12" deep. Great for a jewelry chest and in wonderful condition.
Early 19thc. Norwegian round decorated wooden 5-fingered pantry box. Viksdal style rosemaling tine decoration. 12" diameter x 5" tall and in excellent condition with no cracks.
11- powder horns. 2- Painted tin (red & green)65 ea, 2- zinc 65 ea, 7-copper and brass. Different sizes and sold separately or as a lot, please inquire for pricing. Complete lot $500.00
Price: $65-$175 ea
Finely turned wooden treenware pedestal container with wonderful turned finial has tiny piece of bone at top . In excellent condition. 8" tall x 4 1/8" diameter.
1940's pine wooden Eagle carving with gilt and painted red, white and blue shield. 23 1/2" wide x 8 3/4" tall x 3" deep. In great condition.
Aqua pear shaped raised embossed swirl pattern blown flask with broken pontil. 9" tall. Excellent condition.
Early 20thc. aqua clear colored bottle 10 1/4" tall x 4 1/4" diameter blown in 2 part mold with smooth bottom. "Natures Materia Medica" with raised embossed picture of a woman sitting on a stool holding water pitcher. Excellent condition.
Price: $125.00 + shpg
Amber glass bottle w/applied handle and broken pontil. Original painted label "Old Rye Whiskey". In excellent condition.
19thc. three legged foot stool with a wonderful heart shaped seat. Legs pegged through the seat and very solid and sturdy.
Price: $195.00 + shpg
Mid 19th century Hudson River School landscape painting. Oil on canvas of cows from a private collection. 1840's-70's in wonderful condition and in the original gilt frame, unknown artist. 13.50 x 23.50
Price: 1450.00 + shpg
Basket finely woven with old leather strap and fish shaped metal and leather latch. In excellent condition barely used. 12" wide x 7" tall x 5" deep.
Price: $350.00 + shpg
Two intricately hand carved and paint decorated immigrants, man with bagpipes and hat and wife with dotted swiss skirt and scarf. Writing underneath and dated 1934. 7" and 8" tall. Possibly Swedish and by Carl Axel Rolander.
Price: $245.00 Pr
Wonderful pair of glass Sandwich lamps with original pewter burners. In excellent condition.
Price: $525.00 pr
Early lighting with pan and wick pick in great original condition. Hinged lid for oil reservoir and wick 7" t x 7 1/2" d.
Large PA chopper with heart cutout blade, unusual shape and turned wooden handle 11" tall x 5 1/4" wide blade.
Rare 19thc. iron footman used for a trivet to set your pots on next to your fireplace. In wonderful condition from a longtime collectors estate in Rockland ME. Top 10 3/4"w x 8 1/4"d , base 11 1/4" wx 12 3/4" d and 10" tall.
Early wrought iron pan oil lamp with hook for hanging by the fireplace. Great piece of period iron. 10" tall with hook 5" diameter
Early group of four rod and hole trammel hooks. From the left the largest 20.5"-41" x 2" wide, 19"-32" x 1.5 w. , 13"-20.5" x1 3/4" w., smallest 9"-14" x 1.5 w and Priced individually. Great for displaying your early lighting etc.
Price: $225.00-150 ea
Early tin oil lamp filler with nice patina. Hole in top for filling with slide closure on lid. 6 1/2" t. x 4 1/2" d.
Wonderful dovetailed construction pinwheel design inlay and heart escutcheon 10.25" x 8.5".
Early small embossed leather covered dome document box with old newsprint lining. Original iron handle and latch has a piece missing. 8" w x 5" d x 3" tall
Great wooden owl on base intricately carved from one piece of wood. 9 1/4" tall x 5 1/4" deep x 4" wide.
Original painted small tabletop butter churn with shoe feet in bittersweet paint. All original with no replacements bought in Maine. 13" l x 9 1/2" d x 15" t.
19thc. English satinwood letter box with engraved brass decoration. Lined interior with separate slots for letters. 8 1/4" w x 5" d x 6 1/2" t.
Mid 19thc. "Streaks of Lightning" summer cotton quilt hand stitched 10-12 stitches to the inch and cutout corners for early 3/4 poster beds. Early calico cotton fabrics with muslin backing hand pieced in squares and quilted. In excellent condition made and stored.
Mustard original paint decorated table with a matching windsor chair(see photos). Beautiful stencil decorated backs along with ears, knobs and top and table legs outlined. From a Maine estate.
Price: $795.00 set
Wonderful Maine dovetailed wooden document box with the original blue paint and lock. Newsprint lined with Portland, Maine Weekly Journal interior dated Jan. 24, 1889. 20 5/8" long x 11 1/4" deep x 8 5/8" tall.
Great 19thc. handmade wooden life size seagull with the old weathered surface and remnants of old paint. It was found on a barn in the Cape. The stand representing a cupolo was a later addition to hold the bird in place. 26" wide x 20" tall.
Oil Painting signed and dated 1872, lower left by a known NY artist, Dwight Benton 1834-1903 . Wonderful American original oil on canvas. Blue button up boots on this little boy with his rocking horse. This painting is in an old gilt frame. Painting including the frame 37" x 43", and actual canvas size is 28" x 35" without frame.
Early 19thc. American cutlery box with knife and two tined fork design inlaid along with detailed inlaid banding along sides. Great decorative cutout back and hinged lift top. 20"t x 7 3/4" w.
Large heavy brass corner lantern with clear glass fresnel lens and original burner. In beautiful condition and a pink brass with more copper alloy. Chinese export with oriental writing on the brass plaque. 19 " tall x 10" diameter
Wonderful early hollow body Brant goose with old painted surface. It has the lead weight or keel on the bottom. 25" long x 8" wide x 9 1/2"tall.
Early rare candle and rush light holder. Old wrought bolt finial on top and round disc iron base. All original and guaranteed early. 48" tall x 7" diameter base x 9" wide extension arm.
Large life size carving and wonderful work painted and signed by artist "B. Bruffee", Byron Bruffee of MA. 25" long x 8 1/2" tall x 8" wide.
Price: $395.00 + shpg
Wonderful large pair of early 19thc. pastel paintings in the original gilt frames under glass. These are museum quality unsigned White Mountain artwork found in Maine. Saco River and Mt. Chocora both in In great condition with more photos available. 37" x 29 1/2" frame size, 27 1/2" x 20 1/2" actual.
Price: $1750.00 pr
Large "Wildfowler" swan decoy stamped underneath "Wildfowler Decoys Babylon, NY". Original painted surface and excellent condition. Beautiful lines on this wonderful carved wooden decoy. 34” long x 19 1/2" tall x 10" wide.
Wonderful early 19th c. brass candle sconces with engraved decoration of sailing ships. Made like the tin sconces. 11 1/4" tall x 4 1/4" wide
Price: $525.00 pr
1920-30's Winnebago Indian swing handled ash splint basket with red dyed weavers and ribbon decoration. In excellent condition and signed in pencil Lena Blackcoon on bottom, she was from Augusta, WI . 12" tall x 10" D. w/o handle.
Late 19thc. oil on canvas with Maine Coone tabby kittens playing in a basket of yarn and unsigned. Gilt and applied gesso frame. 16" x 9" canvas/ 20" x 13" with frame.
Late 19thc. Oil on canvas of a boy with cows drinking from a stream probably Maine or MA, unsigned. Framed in a gilt decorated frame 24 3/4" x 18 3/4" overall. In wonderful condition.
Wooden carved and painted by Casey Edwards of Mnnesota. Clothespin attached to clip to tree, 12" long.
Wooden ice fishing decoy carved and painted by Dave Perkins of Duluth Minnesota (deceased 2016). Lead weight underneath signed DFD. 10" long.
Original old mustard tin made to look like a steamer trunk from the late 19thc. with a brass latch. The tin measures 13″ x 7″ high x 9″ deep. It is from the Restorff and Bettmann company in New York, and was used to carry and sell their shoe dressings and oils. The inside of the lid has a fabulous full size ad showing the ladies shoes of the period. In good condition with some expected paint loss on sides.
This late 19thc. chest was "Made by Emory L. Chamberlain b.1822-d.1879 to carry his gold home from California". It has an interesting locking handle on top nice old dry green paint and a note inside. 17 1/2" w x 9 3/4" t x 9 1/2" d.
Carved wooden mouse contemporary ice fishing decoy with wire tail and whiskers and glass eyes, 6" long. signed DFD on lead weight underneath.
Wooden Sturgeon contemporary ice fishing decoy with brass spots and wire whiskers 10" long. Signed DFD underneath.
Early painted tin friction toy with driver that still works. 4" x 7" with lots of interesting writing on all sides and top. "MEN ONLY, THE FLAVOR LASTS" on the driver step, "ENTERTAIN & ARTISTS AND MODELS" on the door "TIME TO RETIRE" on fender. "LADIES ONLY, BOYS WILL BE BOYS" on passenger step, "SOWS YOUR WILD OATS" on fender. "CHICKENS HERE'S YOUR COUPE". "GOOD LUCK HERE'S HOW, HAPPINESS IN EVERY BOX, MRS. OFTEN, PAPA LOVES MAMA, MY LIZZIE OF THE VALLEY, A TIN YOU LOVE TO TOUCH". "HONEY MOONERS", on back, "I LOVE YOU 4 WHEELS NO BRAKES". On top "SO IS YOUR PAPA, OUR DISGUISED ROLLS ROYCE, Love em and Leave em, IS ZAT SO"! And lots more!!
Sailor Art of an hour glass or mortar. Large wood carving with chain from one piece of wood. 18" long.
Late 18th/Early 19thc. alphabet Family sampler from MA. Listing names of the Scott and Paine family from Bellingham, Smithfield and Mendon, MA. In great condition 21" x 22". The small piece of early paper sewn on the right next to Melvina F. Scott who made this sampler when she was 10 yrs. old in the year 1830 (See initials at the center bottom M.F.S, 1830) and hand written on early paper gives her dod,1831. Sewn on by probably another family member when she died a year later.
Large canted walnut wall box with decorative step down decorated back, and square nailed construction. Probably 1870-80's. 21" tall x 12 1/2" w x 10 1/2" deep.
Price: Sold Thank you
Beautiful inlaid and painted checkerboard. Fine detailed inlay on both front and back. Great condition and patina. 24" x 16" x 1 1/2" deep
Wonderful stylized dolphin andirons stamped "B & H 9512", Bradley and Hubbard. 14 1/2" tall x 18" long front to back x 7" w.
Price: $275.00 PR
Super jointed frog decoy carved and painted by the late Dave Perkins and signed DFD on lead weight underneath, 9" long.
Carved wood with tin fins and glass eyes. Ice fishing decoy signed on lead weight underneath DFD. Frog decoy with tin hinged feet. 10" long. Weighted and stamped DFD.
Large folk carved and painted wooden decoy signed by Bob Foster a contemporary carver from Iowa who was mentored by Dave Perkins of DFD. Tin fins with glass eyes. 17" long.
Large shark decoy carvings signed by Casey Edwards a contemporary carver. Hammerhead and Maco sharks. 18" long and two are jointed. Wooden with serrated tin teeth, tin fins and glass eyes. Priced separately.
Price: $250.00 each
Late 19thc. Ice fishing winter scene of pickerel caught ice fishing. Unsigned oil painting on artist board of a winters catch. Purchased from a home in Maine and in very good condition. 14" x 24" actual and 18 1/2" x 28 3/4" x 3" with frame.
Wonderful late 19th or early 20th c. "Perkins & Howe, Brooklyn, NY" ships stop lanterns. All original with oil burners and red fresnel lenses. 15 1/2" t x 7 1/2" diameter, 14 1/2" t x 7" diameter and 17" tall including bail handle. Sold separately.
Price: $325.00 each
Intricately inlaid box with fancy divided cloth interior and a mirror. Inlaid on all sides with pinwheels and top banding in beautiful condition. 10 1/2" w. x 8 1/2" d. x 6 1/2" t.
Wonderful original mustard grain painted document box with gold banding and red wash interior. 18 1/2" l. x 10 1/2"d. x 7 1/2"t.
Late 19th/early 20thc. fabulous handmade PA Star of Bethlehem quilt with dynamic multi solid colored fabrics on a country denim blue background with small stars in each corner. In wonderful condition.
1900's crazy quilt pillow with owl, fish, half moon, spider web and elaborate stitching designs sewed in for decoration.
Early winter scene with a boy sitting on a fence with twigs he collected to start the fire, painted on a wooden plate and dated on back 1882.
Solid oak carvings of two old bookworms one with glasses sitting on a stack of books, 7 1/2" tall x 4" wide .
Price: 125.00 pr.
Sweet small lidded porcupine fancy ribbon basket by Maine Micmac, in great condition. 6" x 3" x 8" t.
Pine chest with original paint and iron strap hinges. Simple arch cutouts on this six board chest with nailed construction. Nice smaller size and clean condition inside and out. Till inside never had a lid. 35" wide x 22" tall x 15" deep.
Large oval wooden hat box with original paint and leaf decoration. Tiny cut nail construction. Found in Maine in great clean original condition and 15" largest diameter x 10 1/2" tall.
Late 19th/Early 20thc. Shaker wonderful sturdy splint basket with wooden handle and round wooden bottom. In very nice condition 8 " diameter.
Fabulous weave (see add'l photos) on this 19thc. gourd shaped early hanging style splint flower basket. In very good condition with cross banding around rim. 20" tall.
1900-1920's Passamaquoddy Indian market basket with decorative blue dyed ash splint weavers and in excellent condition. 13" Diameter x 9" tall w/o handle
Steiff mohair dog in excellent condition 10 1/2" long x 5" tall with the original button in his ear.
With the original paper name tag "Perri" Walt Disney Prod. Steiff, mohair with felt feet and in excellent condition. 4" tall.
Late 19thc. Eagle engraved hatchet/hammer on nickel silver over brass blade with a beautiful carved figured maple wooden handle.
Wonderful large 20thc. goose carving with nice back stretched neck and glass eyes. 21" long x 10" wide x 9 1/2" tall. Unsigned
Early bronze miniature cauldron on tall splayed legs with faces and twisted swing bale handle. 6 1/2” tall and 9” to top handle x 4” diameter top opening. Has old lacquer that could easily be removed. No repairs.
Great old Fishing lures, spinners and bobbers mounted on a board and framed. 35 + pieces.
Wooden carving of what appears to be a dentist wearing glasses in his white trench coat with tweezers and a bloody tooth in his hand. 6 1/4" tall and base 2 1/4" x 1 3/4"
Mammy doll with calico dress with lace petticoat, shear apron and head scarf. Embroidered facial features and red finger nails. Gold jewelry and nylon stockings. In great condition. 20" tall.
Great Folk Art carving of a large eagle that has a tortoise and snake in its talons. Very detailed painted and carved from a single piece of wood. 20" tall x 12" wide
Whale shaped driftwood with a seaside village, signed Chester, Nova Scotia by Ralph Barkhouse 86 years old. 20" wide x 9" deep x 9" tall.
Hand carved shoes with old gold paint on these Dutch wooden shoes. 13" x 5" w x 4 1/2" tall.
Price: $125.00 pr.
Figured maple cutting board with cut corners and blue paint around the edges. 13" x 7".
Beautiful heavy porcelain painted panels on this Chinese bowl with floral and figural motifs and in excellent condition. 13 3/4" diameter x 6 1/4" tall
Handmade 20thc. applique calico fabric schoolhouses on a creamy yellow background, doll quilt 15" x 15".
Wonderful antique straw hat with nice color decoration woven in and a maroon ribbon. Slightly oval with 16"x 17" diameter and 3 1/4" tall. Excellent condition.
Sweet small wooden doll chest of drawers with brass pulls and nice patina. Nailed construction 5" wide x 4 3/4" tall x 3" deep. The small 1" tall brass candlesticks are included.
Price: $150.00 set
Two small Japanese Ginbari cloisonné enamelware vases beautifully decorated with pink roses. Wonderful colors of lemon yellow 5" tall and Red Foil Ginbari 3 3/4" tall on these small intricate works of art. Unmarked and in excellent condition. Sold separately.
Price: $225.00 each
20thc. Beautiful intricate brass wirework and enamelware dish with cherry blossoms and Mt. Fuji. 7" diameter and In excellent condition.
Brass and copper boot spill vase originally used to hold rolled paper to light your pipe or fire.
Beautiful French tin water fountain lavabo with elaborate gold paint decoration including a cherub. 3-piece set that mounts on the wall with a spiget and separate bowl. Lid on top has wooden turned acorn finial. Great decoration for the Holidays.
20thc. Cloisonne working clock with large brass inlaid roman numerals and intricate floral and bird decoration. Battery operated in excellent condition.
Early 19thc. Maine original grain painted and dovetailed dometop chest with original iron hardware. Found in Maine with beautiful all original paint with heart shaped bail handles on each side. Clean interior that is unfinished natural pine including the original lock and old butt hinges, with no damage. 25 1/4" w x 14" deep x 11" tall.
PA. Heavy copper pot with heart handle and dovetailed construction. Tin lined 8" diameter pot.
PA. Large copper hand forged pot with two heart shaped handles and dovetailed construction. Tin lined interior 12" diameter.
Six sided tin cookie cutter with chicken, heart, star, club, and signed but not able to make out.
Miniature berry basket with curly splint decoration and wrapped handle probably Micmac Indian. 5 1/2" tall and in very good condition.
Papago Indian coiled basket with geometric design 12 3/4" diameter x 5" tall. In excellent condition.
Unusual Porter's clapper bell bronze with wooden turned handle. 10" long and bell 5 1/2" diameter.
Three unique sewing clamps sold separately. First two clamp to sewing stand and third one has hook for hanging. Sold separately.
Price: $125.00 each or 300.00 group
Small 3-candlemold with the original tinning still intact, 4" tall x 3 1/2" wide x 1 1/2" deep. Unusual small size mold for miniature candleholders, taper sticks and small candles were also used for sealing letters in the 19th and early 20thc.
20thc. small red shelf with slats in back and decorative cutout sides. Appears like it could have been made from an old picket fence. 15 1/2" tall x 12 1/2" wide by 6 1/2" deep at center and 5" between 2 shelves, 3" depth on all 3 shelves.
19thc. Amber Flip glass tumbler wth engraved grape pattern and smooth pontil on bottom. In excellent condition.
Beautiful quilt with great red and green calico cotton fabrics and red calico zig zag border on 3-sides. 65" x 74" and 9-10 sti. In excellent crisp condition.
Beautiful NY indigo blue calico and white "Delectable Mountain Quilt" with border and solid indigo blue cotton back. 70" x 81" and 6-7 sti. In great condition.
A cotton quilt all hand pieced calico fabrics and hand quilted. Reversible with Bars pattern on back side. 69" x 72" and 7-8 sti. Laundered and great condition.
Interesting pattern on this wonderful indigo blue with poka dots quilt, not sure of the pattern name. Busy but unusual pattern, back side light and dark blue floral print 83" x 65"and 7-8 sti. In great condition.
PA cotton calicoes hand pieced and hand quilted with great classic pattern and wonderful rainbow of colors with red border. 70" x 79" and 6-7 sti. In great condition.
Unique spring device on this nice long pair of early pipe tongs. To grab an ember from the fire to light your pipe. From a collection Maine estate. 18 1/4" l x 3" w.
Early 19thc. Swedish brass tea or chocolate pot with gooseneck spout, C scroll handle with ivory and turned urn finial on lid. Signed O.H. Lagerstedt, Eskilstuna. Pictured in Metalwork in Early America by Donald Fennimore
19thc. Brass and steel Carriage lamps in great condition with the original beveled glass lenses and old burners. A real find in this condition and a matched pair.
Price: $450.00 PR
Wonderful large copper and brass coal scuttle. Use for wood next to the stove or fireplace. Beautiful decorative brass handles and a swing handle for carrying. In fabulous condition. 18" x 11" diameter, 12 1/2" tall and 20" tall w/handle.
Wonderful rare matched pair of early 18thc. brass Spanish candlesticks in excellent condition. Early turnings on footed bases with early core pin construction (see 3rd photo). 8"tall x 5"w.
Price: $1050.00 PR
Great original painted Canadian goose decoy in the feeding position by decoy carver Jim Gatreau, Losier settlement, NB 1940's-50's. 28" long x 7 1/2" w x 5" t.
This iron handmade piece would be great for displaying early lighting or pots and utensils. Great iron cutout dogs and wild boars. 12 hooks and 24" long.
Early 19thc. English Armorial repousse coffee pot in the shape of a lighthouse. Dovetailed construction with turned brass finial, applied handle and gooseneck spout. In great condition. 10 1/2" tall.
Wonderful brass Queen Anne pan candleholder, candle cup threads into base with separate boboche. Great condition.
Early small sampler by "Margaret Nanson 37" in old gold frame. Some minor staining, Measures 9 1/4" x 8 1/4".
Wonderful heavy bronze Continental mortar with Kings Faces and the original bronze pestle. A fabulous bold set measuring 5 3/4" diameter x 4 1/8" bottom diameter x 3 1/2" tall and pestle 10 1/2" long, the set weighs 10 lbs..
Early 20thc. woven ash splint Penobscot Indian creel basket with wooden closure. In very good condition but no strap, found in Maine. 10" wide x 7" deep x 8" tall.
Wonderful silk embroidery of Pied Piper with Mary and Lambs signed by maker. "Work'd by M A Nugent" lower left on reverse painted original glass. 21" x 17".
Nice small pair of urn top fire dogs 12" tall x 6" deep $250.00 and pierced brass low fender 32" long x 4"tall $200.00.
Price: $400.00 All
20thc. Large Nantucket Lightship swing handled basket signed in script on the bottom Charles Maquire, Nantucket. 16"long x 12 3/4" wide x 7 1/4" tall w/o handle. In excellent condition.
20thc. Large dyed quill decorated box by Carol Kotchea. Made from spruce root, birch bark, with sinew stitching and a moose hide closure. Measures 10"w x 6" d x 8"t and in excellent condition.
Beautiful pair of unusual reeded ball tops and reeded columns with double spur and ball feet. 18" tall x 16" depth and in excellent condition.
Price: $300.00 pr.
Footed copper hand forged pot with applied handles and legs. Dovetailed construction.
19thc. pearlware spill vase of a drummerboy sleeping next to a tree stump with his dog. Great detail and condition.
Original painted wooden rocking horse on paint decorated wood frame with leather saddle and bridle. 38" long x 34" tall x 15" wide.
Folk carving out of one piece of wood. Fine intricate detail of a rose with thorns around a cross. Some minor chips on leaves and rose petals. 8 1/2" tall. Probably Sailor made or prison work.
Large flour tin with original bronze paint with gold lettering. Paint and tin in very good condition. 12" diameter and 24" tall.
Two heavy bronze plaques, one with dolphins and diving gear 11 !/2" diameter 10 1/4" tall, and the other with stylized dolphins and a ship 12" long (click on photo for other photos). Possibly U.S. Navy.
Price: $175.00 each
Late 19thc. hand sewn quilt in crisp unwashed condition. Pieced calico cotton fabrics 8-10 stiches to an inch and in excellent condition. Calico fabrics are pink with red, indigo blue and cream and gray fabrics.
Early naive oil painting on canvas of a Posthumus Child holding flowers. Painting is life like with wonderful detail and the condition is scattered crackleture but completely stable paint and no repairs. The frame is grain painted and gilt and a later replacement. 28 3/4" x 24 3/4" with frame, actual 23 1/2" x 19 1/2".
Price: $995.00 obo