Rona Andrews Antiques
A few little goodies on line tomorrow. Away for the Bath Antiques Show in Bath, Maine on Sunday. Stop by Thos Bartlett at 114 Dover Rd, Chicester, NH for OPEN HOUSE, Dec 7 & 8. My selling policies include: Accepting personal check or money orders. If you prefer to use PayPal, the processing cost imposed by PayPall will be added to your purchase. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Customers may return items in the same condition as they are received within 72 hours of delivery for a full refund, less the cost of shipping and insurance when the item is returned and condition verified. Please call me at 435-640-0701 before returning any item. Thank you for shopping with me.
Found in PA, this early leather personal box has a monogram on the silver medallion on the top. There is a leather buckle that keeps the box closed. Inside is painted wallpaper. 4 ¾” x 3 ¼” x 3” with wear as expected and 2 missing brass tacks.
Price: $250, +s
A beautiful well painted watercolor on paper of a woman in a lace bonnet and blue dress. In its original black lacquer frame (some wear to the frame). Painting not removed from the frame.
Price: $275, +s
Just a charming red toy watering can holds 5 crisp linen Centennial flags in mint condition. 5 ¾” to top of handle x 7 ½” handle top sprinkler – wear to paint as expected. Each flag on a 6” pole are 2” x 2 ¾”.
Price: $195, +s
Hang these little 5 ½”red and white handmade wool striped socks on the mantel for Christmas! A tiny little fray just at the very ¼” top of one sock. No holes.
Price: $125, includes shipping SALE PENDING
Just found in PA, a pair of pewter spice boxes labeled “Basil” (4 ¼” x 3 ¼”) and “Cumin” (2 3/8” x 1 5/8”).
Price: $95/pr, +S
The Easy Instructor; A New Method of Teaching Sacred Harmony by William Little and William Smith, 1789. This book is the revised and enlarged edition, now printed in Albany, NY. The inside script of ownership belongs to “Wm P Farnsworth, 1820, and Sally Farnsworth.” William P Farnsworth was born in Groton, Middlesex County, MA on April 6, 1774 and married Sally Delia and had 9 children. William died Jan 22, 1872. 9” x 5 ½”, this book has been re-covered in leather sometime in the early 1800s.
Price: $65, +S SALE PENDING
Mint condition 7 ½” x 3 ¾” glass storage jar with early red painted lid. Smooth lip and not pontiled. Ornaments included.
Price: Price: $110, +S SALE PENDING
This near mint condition (one tiny rim chip) maple noggin is only 5 ¾” tall x 3 ¼” base. Difficult to find these small noggins let alone without cracks!
Price: Price: $185, +S
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