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 and collecting for 50 specializing in Early American Blown Glass, American pottery & Folk Art along with many other 18th and 19th century mostly American pieces of all categories. 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. Some prices are neggocible and some are more neggocable than others so please ask.
Early form, open pedestal paint decorated salt.2 3/4" high red wash highlighted with yellow, must have been painted blue inside the bowl at one point
Pair of miniature paintings of "Bride and Groom". Very old if not original frame with pencil writing that I cant make out. Fresh to market found in a Millville NJ estate years ago. Frame size is 8" x 10". framed together more photos at oldsouthjerseyglass.com
Beautiful Late 18th early 19th century window glass tumbler. Expertly executed light in weight, 4" tall late 18th to early 19th century America NJ or PA. mint. Large rough pontil mark
Hand wrought iron candle pricket. Found up in New England thats all I know. Interesting form 12" tall , 3" wide, 5 1/2" deep. Id say its at least 19th century perhaps older
Found together two early silhouettes probably New England. The young girl is 4 3/4" x 3 3/4" the man is about the same size. Look to have been framed in the 20s -40s possibly at the same time. The young lady has seen some sunlight , shes rather nice and worthy of a new piece of black linen behind her. The reflection is a result of my photo
Rare early South Jersey glass powder horn. Late 18th-early 19th century. 7 3/4" long. Most folks dont know its a fact that glass powder horns were actually used for gun powder during the 18 and 19th century long before decorative whimsy horns were made. This is an authentic for use powder horn made somewhere in Southern New Jersey. Unlike natural cow horn powder horns glass was a perfect way to keep your powder dry and are more durable then many realize.
Civil War period pattern molded amber decanter. Possibly the Whitney Glass Works or a New York Glass factory. Large a appealing one of a kind bottle 9 3/4" high
Rare and unique little glass factory whimsy paperweight? Found in Glassboro NJ likely Whitney Glass Works. Hard to date,anytime during the 19th century. 2 1/2" long.
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