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.
19th century folk art wall box. hand carved and covered with a red wash made from pine and poplar. Probably of new England origin. 11 3/3" high, 9 1/2' wide. 3" deep
9 1/2" free blown whale oil lamp early to mid 19th century. Superb they dont come any finer, perfect condition.
Early large South Jersey bird salt whimsy from an old collection. 6" long, 3 1/2" high. perfect. see photos and The Glass Gaffers of New Jersey, color plate 3 for more information. Early to mid 19th century. More images of this and all listings here are available at www.oldsouthjerseyglass.com
Wonderful early embroidery with gold thread on silk? or linen. 8" 10". Found in Burlington county NJ American? probably British. Lovely work
Another fresh to the market find, found this morning is a terrific form early 19th century South East Pa lidded redware storage jar. 8" high.No cracks just the usual signs of age associated with age and use. Hard to find this nice with a domed inset lid
Large early South Jersey glass free blown tankard. 6 1/2 " high, 7" wide at handle. Probably Millville 1850-1860. The base must have pulled out while on the pontil rod so it was roughly ground to sit flat. It still wobbles a little but its mint weighing about 2.5 lbs
Large Amber and blueish aqua hat whimsy probably made at one of the many Southern New Jersey glass factories in the mid to late 19th century. Impossible to find. 8" x 7 1/2", 4 1/2" high. Large enough to use as a bowl or center piece
Coin Silver serving spoon by Nathaniel Coleman, 1765-1842, Burlington, NJ. 9" long. 1.9oz
Scarce little sparking lamp with an applied thumb rested handle and applied foot. All there, mint. 5" high. Mid Atlantic area. Early 19th century
Paint decorated table box 17' wide, 7" deep, 5" high. Dovetailed drawers applied feet, untouched
Not sure what to call this lamp at any rate interesting oil lamp made using an old soda or beer bottle for the shade. Mid to late 19th century. 8 1/2" high
Large hand carved and decorated folk art box made from an American 18th century chest drawer. Id say late 19th to early 20th century. Wonderful carving and look. Cleverly made using the drawer bottom as the slide lit top. 17" long 6 1/2" wide,
Signed and dated "Chris Sprague 1950" miniature Merganser decoy. 8" long. Possibly hollow as was the tradition the paint hides the seem there is what appears to be a signs of a Dow on his back
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