Old South Jersey Glass and Antiques
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Probably early 20th century perhaps a bit before is this fun little toy. When you hold the end, either end the shield shaped tin and brass fish spin as it goes down.14 1/2" long, 4" wide.
Unique finely made scoop made from wood and some kind of nut. The type of wood used I can not ID it`s About 7" long. Whimsical items similar to this made using Coconut shells are said to be made by Sailors during long sea journeys around the globe during idle time. This shell is only slightly over 2" wide. 19th century
19th century Dutch Wax-Jack. 8" high, 5" wide at the widest point. Marked 3 times on the base. Typically these were used for melting sealing wax for documents and letters.Ready to be used if wanted. Some of these date to the 18th century I believe this is later.brass can be hard to gauge.The white is residue from someone attempting to polish it. Would clean up nicely with some patience.
Primitive painting of a young girl holding a carrot to feed a Fawn. probably mid to early 20th century Frame size 11 1/4" x 9 1/2".The vannered frame seems to be about the same era as the watercolor
Millville footed paperweight made by one of several talented glass gaffers working at the Whitall Tatum Glass Factory sometime between 1890 and 1930. Footed American Devils Fire or Fox Fire PWs are scarce this one is unique, its large (about 4") it has a clover leaf type pontil and is without damage. Michael Kane, Ralph Barber, Emil Stanger and John Rhulander were several of the better known skilled wokers during this time.Probably made by one of these men.
Interesting mid 19th century battle scene drawn with black ink of plain white paper.The frame could be the original.Color is sharp and crisp this must have been kept out of the sunlight. Sight sixe is 7-1/8" x 8-3/4", framed 9-1/2" x 11".
Scarce 1/2 pint early redware pockey flask 6 inches tall covered in black manganese glaze. Surface wear from years of use also on small spot where a impurity poped out while being fired.
Scarce "Dan Patch Cut Plug"Tobacco pail circa 1926. 6 1/2" high by 5 1/2" dia.Good graffics.From what Ive read this is a tough tin to find in any condition.
Late 18th -early 19th century pattern molded scent bottle. 3 1/4" long the color is a rich amethyst color not colbalt. It was haed to capture the true color.
Early American primitive Candle Stand. 28 inches high, the base is made from Oak or Chestnut and is heavy. Original untouched surface. 19th century or earlier.
Good early miniature portrait of a gentelman probably a local resident in the tri-state area. It appears unsigned although when the origial was reframed someone wrote on the matting but I cant make it out. The frame size is 5 1/2" high x 4 1/4" wide/The original is 3 1/8" x 4 1/4".
Redware master Ink A hard form to find in redware. Red earthenware covered with a maganase glaze, one filler hole and 3 quill holes. Found in Hunterdon County New Jersey. About 3 1/8" dia. x 1 3/4" high
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