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. , and Thos. Bartlett Antiques and Oddments, Chichester, 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, 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.
Early 19th C. Needlepoint on Silk Memorial with Hersey Family, Hingham MA. Provenance. Needlework is in excellent condition with elaborate detailed stitch work and vivid colors. There are no tears or losses with only slight wavering of the silk fabric. Provenance on the reverse was written in 1904. (See Pic 3 for Details) Framed size: 21-5/8" x 18-1/2"
Price: $3295.00 + Shipping
Early 19th C. Walnut and Popular Wall Box w/ Original Pulls and having a large Clover Leaf Carving at the Base. Minor repair to the molding corner on the right side of the box. Size: 18-5/8" Tall x 14" Wide x 4-3/4" Deep
Price: $295.00 + Shipping
Early 19th C. Hand Forged Hearth Game Roaster, with elongated wood & iron handle. Great early primitive in excellent condition. Twisted wire holder rods are probably a later replacement. Size: Handle Length: 21" Body of Roaster: 15" Long x 7-3/4" High
Price: $375.00 + Shipping
Large Yelloware Batter Bowl with embossed decorative pattern. Great condition, no chips Small Spider in bowl body below spout area, barely noticeable by eye; however photo does magnify the appearance. 15-3/4" From tip of spout to edge of bowl.
Price: $250.00 + Shipping
Wonderful embossed pattern Rockingham Glaze spouted batter bowl. Great Condition, No Chips with only a slight "V" Shaped barely noticeable hairline. Size is 13-1/2" From Edge of Bowl to Tip of Spout
Price: $150.00 + Shipping
ROYAL BONN POTTERY PLAQUE, 14" X 13": Decorated in blue underglaze with cows in a Village Pasture, within a scroll border, marked on the reverse. Royal Bonn is the nineteenth-and twentieth-century trade name used by Franz Anton Mehlem, who had a pottery in Bonn, Germany, from 1836 to 1931. Porcelain and earthenware were made. Royal Bonn used a monogram-and-tower mark that appeared on exported pottery only with Germany added. The factory was purchased by Villeroy & Boch in 1921 and closed in 1931. Many marks were used, most including the name Bonn, the initials FM, and a crown. Excellent Condition
Price: $275.00 + Shipping
Staffordshire Cow with Calf Figural Group on a grassy oval base crossing a stream. Most likely early 20th C. Excellent Condition. 6" Long Base x 3-5/8" Wide x 5" in Height
Price: $150.00 + Shipping
Charming Large Staffordshire flat back Spill Vase with a russet and white cow and her suckling calf. Set on a tall naturalistically painted grassy base, with a little stream running to one side. The spill holder itself is decorated as a tree trunk. The back is undecorated; however the tree trunk is formed to simulate bark. Circa: 1860's to 1880's. This vase was used to hold "Spills" which were thin strips of wood or twisted paper for lighting candles, lamps, pipes, etc. Condition Is Excellent 10-3/4" Height x 8-1/4" Long Base x 4" Across
Price: $250.00 + 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: $350.00 + Shipping
Hand Carved Wooden Spread Wing Eagle Wall Plaque In An Old Grungy Brown Surface. Two Iron Mounting Brackets On Reverse So It Could Be Attached To Another Object. Size 33.5" W X 8"H. An Old Hand Painted Inscription On Reverse That Reads "This Old Carrousel Eagle, Is From An English 'Merry Go Round' - Maker's Name Parker - Early 1800's - Hand Carved - Presented To Mrs Oma B. Gross 'Our Dear Friend' - By Mrs Ida G. Southworth & Mr & Mrs Joseph F. Miller - Sept 1964". The Name "Parker" Possibly C.W. Parker Who Made Carousels In The Late 19th To Early 20th Century - One Of His Carousels Was Shipped To British Columbia Which May Account For The "English" Connection In The Note On Reverse. The Eagle Clearly In The American Style And More Likely Late 19th Century Than "Early 1800's" As Indicated In The Note.
Price: $525.00 + Shipping
Folk art hand made wooden church/bird house in original white and blue paint, having a double open front door, 2 side windows, and building bordered by a fence. Very good original condition, probably late 19th century. 12"W x 13"H
Price: $225.00 + Shipping
American Felt-work ( Felted or Sheared Wool) picture of a child playing with a hen and chicks. 19th c., in a lovely round frame, all in Excellent Condition. Size: 16" Dia.
Price: $145.00 + Shipping
Pair of Outstanding Miniature (1/2 size) Mallard Duck Decoys. Signed June Noll 1988, Brewster Mass. - Excellent Details with Slightly Turned Heads, Carved and Raised Wings with Elaborate Raised Feather Detail, and Beautiful Paint. Overall Excellent and in Original Condition. Each Approximately 8.5"L.
Price: $195.00 + Shipping
A stunning 19th Century French Faience Barber's shaving bowl. Beautifully decorated with a bird, butterfly, and floral motifs. Excellent Condition with only slight crazing in the basin surface. There are no chips, cracks, or hairlines. There are two holes for hanging. No maker’s marks. Size 10-1/2” Long x 8-1/4” Wide x 2-1/2” Deep.
Price: $225.00 + Shipping
Circa 1843, Walnut Framed "Hand Artist Enhanced" Dog Portrait Lithograph “The Drawing Room Pet”, w/original Duvall & Hunter Publisher, Paper Retail Label. Philadelphia Lithographer, Peter S. Duval (1804/5-1886) was one of the first to experiment with color lithography and is credited with the first color printing in the United States. The April 1843 issue of Miss Leslie's Magazine featured an illustration "Drawing Room Pet" drawn and lithotinted by John H. Richards and printed by Duval. The application of color was limited and some color was applied by hand to the lithograph. Duval continued to refine his color process until successful and won a silver medal at the Franklin Institutes Exhibition in 1849. This lithograph shows hand enhanced areas that were painted in by the artist. A rare and unusual work of Art. Size: 15" X 13" with Frame
Price: $225.00 + Shipping
"C & D Philadelphia" wooden stave, metal banded sugar bucket with wire and wooden bail handle. Maker's name is stamped on the bottom. Bucket is in Excellent condition, no breaks, chips, or cracks. Minor age related surface scratches. Size: 10-3/4" Tall X 12" Dia. at Base X 10" Dia. at Top
19th Century Oil on Board Ship Painting by Listed Artist Wendell Rogers Excellent Condition. Size: 13-1/2" x 10-1/2"
Primitive Pastel Mountain and River Scene with 2 Men in a Boat. Original Lemon Gold Frame.
Visually Attractive, Quaint Oil on Board Landscape. signed H. Vetter Size with Frame: 10" X 14-5/8"
Early Cut Glass Bottle With Applied Footed Base Having An Open Pontil, And Screw-In Pewter Lid. 18th/19th Century. Excellent Condition. 10.25"H.
Wonderful and colorful Folk Art painting on wooden board of a strumming banjo player. Circa: Late 19th C. to Early 20th C. Size: 15-1/8" x 11-7/8" x 1-3/4" Thick
19th Century Hollow-Cut Silhouette of a full length top hatted gentleman. Size: 10-3/4" X 8-3/4"
Traditional Norwegian or Swedish steam-bent wooden oval box. Box is in very good structural condition, however some type of spill damage occurred on the lid and side of the box as seen in pics. Size: 9-1/2" x 5-1/2" x 4" High
Small Canadian Goose Decoy in Frontal Preening Position - Some Shot Marks in Head, otherwise Good Condition. Signed/stamped Initials on Base "F.L." Approx. 18" Long, 8" Wide Across Body
A Wonderful & Colorful, Rare Form 19th Century Face Jug. Having a 19th C. "Make Do" Staple Repair to the Handle, Otherwise in Excellent Condition. This early form of repair lends more evidence as to the early date of this pitcher Circa: 1870's. Size: 7-1/2" Tall X 5-3/4" Dia. Base
Great Tin Bait Box in Original Painted surface. Complete with attached belt bracket. Size: 3" Across x 3-1/2" Tall x Approx. 1-1/2" Deep Great Condition
19th Century Walnut Tea Caddy complete with Insert Compartments. Great Condition. Size: 9-1/2" L x 5-1/2" Wide x 6-1/4" Tall. Left and Right Interior Compartments are Removable.
Mid 19th Century Pennsylvania Dutch Paper Cut (Scherenschnitte) of an American Eagle fighting a snake, American Flag flying on a Liberty Pole w/ Cap. Size: 9-1/2" X 7-1/2"
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