Two Sides of a River Antiques
ABOUT US: Two Sides of a River Antiques specializes in quality restored and original surface furniture from the 18th through the early 20th centuries. In addition, our offerings include a diverse selection of primitives, stoneware, advertising, folk art, and other appropriate country smalls. We can be found at shows throughout the Northeast, at The Windham Antique Center, Bellows Falls, VT. , Thos. Bartlett Antiques and Oddments, Chichester, NH., and Flying Pig Antiques, Westmoreland, NH Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, comments, or special requests you might have. We will respond to all orders and inquires within 24 hours or sooner. Arrangements for shipping and obtaining quotes may take several days; however we will make every effort to ship your items in a timely manner once all funds have cleared. We guarantee the authenticity of each item as described. Thank you for your interest in our shop! PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS: New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association / Vermont Antiques Dealers Association METHODS OF PAYMENT: PayPal: (PayPal.Me/twosides54), Check, Cash, Credit Cards All non PayPal purchases must be paid within 10 days. No Sales Tax. Items paid by check will ship when funds have cleared. PLEASE NOTE: *ALL ITEMS ARE SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE*. Your purchase will be immediately refunded if no longer available. Buyer pays for shipping, handling, and insurance costs unless noted. We will pack your items carefully in our shop, or use a local packing and shipping agent. Shipping quotes provided with a zip code. We will add the exact cost of shipping to your purchase. Items that need special packaging may require an additional cost. PLEASE NOTE: At this time we are only shipping items within the United States. Inquire about hand delivery arrangements, or pick up, if you are within our local driving radius. RETURN POLICY: Please contact us by phone or email within 3 days of delivery if you are unhappy with your purchase. Items must be returned in the same condition as shipped. Buyer pays for all return shipping and insurance unless other arrangements have been made. A full refund will be issued, once the item is returned and condition verified. All items mush be insured when originally shipped for any damage claims. Please do not return, notify us immediately if items are damaged in shipment. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2sidesofariver Visit: Windham Antiques Center http://www.windhamantiquecenter.com. Thos. Bartlett Antiques https://www.thosbartlettantiquesandoddments.com and on "Two Sides of a River Antiques" Facebook Page.
Fine Small-Sized Glazed Stoneware Jug, Stamped "JOHN BELL," Waynesboro, PA Origin, Circa 1870, Cylindrical Jug With Short, Wide Mouth, Covered In a Clear Alkaline or Lead Glaze Over a Mottled Cream and Gray Ground. Excellent Condition With Some Minor Crazing To Shoulder Area. H 8".
Stoneware 2 Gallon Crock Decorated with a Large Cobalt Blue Flower Adjacent to a Blue "2". Condition: Deep Blue Color, One Shallow Rim Chip, Overall Very Good Condition. Height: 9" Inside Dia. 8-1/4"
Price: $300.00 + Shipping
"Machett" Stoneware Ovoid Jug Decorated with a Cobalt Blue Flower, and Tooled Handle. Stamped I.V. Machett (Cornwall N.Y.). The Handle Terminal and Stamped Name Also With Brushed Blue. Slight Spalling On Backside, Else Very Good Condition. 12-3/4"H.
Price: $395.00 + Shipping
A Small Carved Eagle Wall Plaque Depicting A Spread Wing Eagle Perched On A Branch The Wood Appears To Be Dark Stained Walnut, 19th Century. 16-3/4"W X 8"H X 4"D. A Small Glue Repair To Tip Of One Wing, Else Very Good Condition.
Price: $275.00 +Shipping
Very Rare Small-Sized Stoneware Chicken Waterer, with Cobalt Floral Decoration, attributed to Thomas Haig, Jr., Philadelphia, PA, third Quarter 19th Century, domed form with heavily-tooled finial and applied hooded watering trough in a Brown Mottled Glaze, the Sides and Front are Decorated with a Brushed Cobalt Leaf Design. Condition: Several chips on interior of upper lip of opening, and chips/losses to finial otherwise good condition. Size: 7-3/4" Tall x 6" Front to Rear
Early Document Box with Painted Scene on Lid (Oxidized), 8" X 4-3/4" X 3-3/8"
Price: $130.00 + Shipping
Molded Full Body Copper Running Horse Weathervane With Bronze Head And Verdigris Surface, Mid 20th Century. Very Good Condition. 33"L X 19-1/2"H.
Stoneware 2 Gallon Jug Decorated with a Large Tornado Type Cobalt Blue Design. Very Good Condition. 14"H.
Price: $375.00 + Shipping
Mid- Late 19th C Oil Portrait, Identified on Reverse as Uncle John, Brother of William Durbrow, in Oval Frame, Overall 6" X 4-1/4" Good Age Related Condition. Surrounding Beading Metal Banding is Loose and Needs to be Tacked in Place
Price: $165.00 + Shipping
Warren Pooler, Sr (1826- 1878 Essex County, NY & Michigan) Daguerreotypes in Small Grain Painted Frames, Plate Size 2-5/8" X 3", Overall Size 5-3/8" X 5" and 5-7/8" X 5-1/2" in Good Age Related Condition
Price: $245 Pair + Shipping
This Wonderful Diminutive Stoneware Pitcher, Probably used for Cream, has a High Collar and is Decorated with a Cobalt Blue Flower, In Addition there are Blue Brush Marks on the Terminals of the Handle. This Mid 19th Century Form has a Rounded Footed Base, Tooled Lip, Spout and Shoulder, and is Attributed to Richard C. Remmey of Philadelphia. Condition: A Small Chip on Edge of the Rim and Edge of the Base. 5" W x 7-1/4" H.
Small Stoneware Ovoid Jar Decorated With Cobalt Blue Dots Around Top Of Shoulder, Probably Early 19th Century, Attributed To Clarkson Crolius. 7-7/8" Tall, 4" Dia. At Base, Condition: One Chip On Edge Of Base And Edge Of Rim, And A Hairline Crack Above Edge Of Base, Else Good Condition.
19th Century Blue Checkerboard Stoneware Mug. 3-3/4" Ht. Excellent Condition
Price: $125.00 + Shipping
Early 19th C. New England Dome Top Document Box, Purportedly From Vermont, with Rare Three-Color Painted Surface with Geometric Decoration, Shadow of Painted Number '13' to Right Side Panel, with Original Brass Hardware and Snipe Hinges. 22-1/4" L x 11-1/2" W x 10-1/4" H. Condition: Shrinkage Crack to Right Side Lid Panel, Paint Losses, Surface Wear, Dings and Scratches. Note: Back of Box Has Never Been Painted.
Price: $695.00 + Shipping
Rare Hayes & Co. Liquor Jug Manchester, NH. This is a Scarce Three Gallon Stoneware New Hampshire Advertising Jug, with Cobalt Floral Design. Northeastern U.S. Origin, Circa 1870, Straight Sided Jug with Thick Semi-Squared Spout. The Jug is Impressed “From Hayes & Co., Liquor Dealers Manchester, NH”. Traces of Red Paint on the Spout and Bottom of Jug. Jug is 16" Tall and in Excellent Age Related Condition.
Price: $475.00 + Shipping
Oil On Artist Board - Portrait Of A Farmhouse - 19th Century - Appears To Retain Original Reeded Frame With Gold Inset. Very Good Condition. Sight Size 18" X 13.5".
Price: $300.00 + Shipping
Early 20th C. Whimsical Silhouette Form Cast Iron Strutting Cat Boot Scraper. Excellent Condition. Length: 9-1/4" Height: 10-3/8" To Top of Tail
Price: $350.00 + Shipping
Early 19th C. Unmarked 2 Gallon Blue Decorated Ovoid Stoneware Jar. Large Handles with Brushed Decoration at Base and Incised Ring Below Rim. Some Scorch Marks, other Surface Imperfections. No Chips or Cracks. Ht. 13"
Price: $325.00 + Shipping
Carved Wooden Winged Putto Holding A Plaque, 18th Century Or Earlier, In Old Black Paint, Probably A Crest For Furniture. 28-1/2"W X 12" X 3"H - Good Condition.
Price: $295.00 + Shipping
Small Covered Document Box, with Slight Dome, and Profusely Decorated with Stamped Designs of Flowers and Geometrics Throughout the Printed Paper Over Canvas Applied To Box, Similar To Wall Paper. The Lid also with Original Bale Handle and the Interior with Original Wall Paper with Label Attached That Reads In Part, Belonging To Fannie Hall - Post Mistress Of Grafton Vermont…Late 18th To Early 19th Century. The Bottom Of Box With Notation That Reads "Bought At Sale ......Hall's School, Grafton VT - July 25, 1945". Also Tacked To the Lid are The Initials "N.H.". Very Good Condition. 13"W X 8"D X 7-1/2"H.
Price: $375.00 + Shipping
19th Century Banded Kerosene Oil Firkin in Original Painted Surface with Stencil Lettering, Spigot and Brass Screw Cap. Missing Bail Handle otherwise in Excellent Age Related Condition. Size: 13” Tall
Price: $195.00 + Shipping
Late 19th Century Eight Drawer Spice Cabinet with Original Stenciling. Oak Case with Birch Drawer Fronts. Wall or Counter Mounted. Excellent Age Related Condition. 17" Tall x 10-3/4" Wide
Price: $225.00 + Shipping
Small Canadian Pine Chip Carved Chest with Diamond Carved Front Drawers, Ht 12"
Price: $225.00 + Shipping
Stoneware 4 Gallon Crock Decorated With A Cobalt Blue Chicken Pecking Corn, Attributed To Brady & Ryan, Ellenville, NY, Circa 1885. Minor Spalling Around Rim, Tiny Chip On One Ear, Chip On Interior Of Rim, Very Tight Hairline On Backside Extending From Rim 2" But Hardly Noticeable. Overall Good Condition.
Price: $600.00 + Shipping
Early Tin Wall Hanging Candle Box with a Pierced Tin Floral Design on Both Ends of the Cylinder Shaped Holder. Old Green Paint. 11-1/2"L x 8"H x 4-1/2"D. Very Good Condition. Probably Mid 19th Century or Earlier
A Very Fine Miniature Sponge and Grain Painted Blanket Box with Shaped Shoe Feet, Early 19th Century – 9-1/2"W X 5-3/8"D X 5"H. Minor Use Wear To Edge Of Lid, Else Very Good Condition.
Price: ON HOLD
Set of 5 Davenport Reticulated Edge Creamware Plates, Diameter 9". Condition: One Plate with Light Crazing, One Small 1/4" Repair to Reticulated Border
Price: ON HOLD
Two-Gallon Glazed Stoneware Jug, Southern Origin, Probably Alabama, Late 19th Century, Cylindrical Jug With Tooled Spout, Decorated With A Dramatic Glaze Featuring A Splashed Combination Of Light-Green And Chocolate-Brown Colors. Incised "2" To Shoulder. Excellent, Essentially As-Made Condition With A Raised Glaze Drip To Left Side Of Jug.
Gaming Wheel in the Form of a Bicycle Wheel in Original Black Lettering on Mustard Background and Blue Border, Early 20th Century. Alligatored Surface, Original Paint, Very Good Condition. 31-1/2"D.
19th Century Wood Staved Firkin with Finger Lapped Wood Bands. Original Painted Surface with Later Painted Floral Decoration. Bentwood Handle Attached with Wood Pegs and Original Lid. Unpainted Interior. Very Good Age Related Condition. 11-3/4" Tall X 11-1/2" Dia. Base
19th-Century Pennsylvania Stoneware Cake Crock with Cobalt Blue Foliate Decorations to Exterior. Interior Glazed Red-Brown with Cobalt Decorated Lug Handles On Each Side. Unmarked. 6" Tall, 10" Dia. Several Small Rim Chips, Otherwise Very Good Condition.
19th Century American Needlework Sampler Dated 1828 by Ann George. The Sampler Includes Several Alphabets, Along with a Floral Motif and What Appears to be the Following Verse: “May Heaven’s Choicest Gifts Descend To Guide the Path of My Young Friend And as Her Knowledge Shall Increase Her Mind be Filled with Perfect Peace” Very Fine Condition, No rips, tears, staining, or holes and the stitching is complete. Nicely Presented in a Contemporary, but Appropriate Frame. Size with Frame 21-1/2” Square
Froehlich Bros. Stoneware Advertising Jug with Unusual Diamond Shaped Brand and Large Cobalt Blue Collar. Size: 10-1/2” Tall. Chip on Spout, Some Scorch Marks and Some Fry to Blue Collar
Price: $195.00 + Shipping
Early 19th Century Ovoid Stoneware Crock, Probably Manhattan NY, 3 Gallon Size. Decorated with Two Different Incised Flowers, One on Each Side, and Having Lug Ears Brushed In Blue. Condition: Chips Along The Edge Of The Base, Otherwise Very Good Condition. Height: 13-3/4"
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