Old South Jersey Glass and Antiques
Welcome to Old South Jersey Glass and Antiques. I've been involved in the trade for over 40 years now specializing in Early American Blown Glass and American pottery among many other 18th and 19th century mostly American pieces. I'm just beginning the huge job of downsizing some of my lifetime collections so check back now and then here or at http://www.oldsouthjerseyglass.com. I also rent space at the Yellow Garage Antiques Shop in Mullica Hill NJ located on 33 South Main St. http://www.yellowgarageantiques.com The best shop South Jersey has ever had. Stop in sometime if your in the area. Am starting the huge task of downsizing 40 years of collecting not sure what will be put up next,please refer to http://www.oldsouthjerseyglass.com for other on going listings
Im in the middle of a move sorry for any delays. I should be back in action in about a couple months
Over 45 Butter prints sold as a collection, Look at http://www.oldsouthjerseyglass.com am downsizing many new items coming in the next few months
Old water color depicting the Marriage of Henry Casey and Sarah Catherine Burdell November 22nd 1838. I bought a collection of water color paintings years ago none had ever been framed found in an old folder. Ive held onto this one. I just rediscovered it in a box here. I found the actual marriage record online from the Charleston Observer (South Carolina Marriages notices 1776-1860) years back and kept them together. Im no expert in this area but it appears to be right to me.The others were a mix all apparently painted by different hands. POR "file extraced for use in USGenWebArchives by Paul R.Sarret Jr. email@example.com USGENWEB NOTICE: In Keeping with our policy of providing free information on the internet,data may be freely used by non-commercial entities,as long as this remains on all copied material.These electronic pages can not be reproduced in any format for profit or other representation" Copied off the web 10 or more years back.Complete page available on request
Rare early New Jersey redware sugar bowl and original lid dated 1821 on base. Clear glaze with manganese circle decoration,typically seen on early Jersey redware. 7 3/4" high minor chipping from use no cracks.
2 18th century medicine or utility viles. Found seprsatly over the years. The retagular one you can plainly see the paddle mars for the shaping process. Probably American posibly new Jersey. The are both witho out any issues. Its herd to determine if they have been dug or just dull from age and use.Just a guess the round one is about 4" tall.
Early Redware Jar with applied handles with manganese splotches likily Cn or NE. The flash makes the clear glaze appear a bit brighter than it is in actuality. 8 1/4" tall not counting the lid that came with it although I dont know if its original to the piece.
This came down in my family and I don't know anything about it.I imagine its from the early to mid 20th century.3 1/2" high and 8 1/4" at the widest. Removable strainer to allow extra water to drain into the lower part of the planter.I think the wood handles are Walnut. More photos available
Large early free blown apothecary jar 12" tall x 7 3/4" dia. Large pontiled base,pontiled lid, thick folded rim, tooled inset lid. American probably Whitall Tatum Glass Works Millville NJ or a PA glass house. Perfect. Late 19th century -early 20th
Super little document box in attic mint condition. Completely original hardware,dovetailed box.original red paint, and tact decoration and lock.
Scarce extra large blown glass pantry jar with tin lid. It must be 1/2 gallon at least? Clear glass has a very slight straw colored cast intecutive of some lead content, 11 1/2" x 6" Dia. Very clean no damage with slight kick up and large pontil
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