Rona Andrews Antiques
ADDING FRESH ITEMS EVERY DAY AND 6 ON SATURDAY! Please SEE ME AT THOS BARTLETT ANTIQUES IN CHICHESTER, NH. My selling policies: Accepting personal check or money orders within 5 days of sale. MA tax of 6.25% charged if you are a MA resident/or provide your tax-exempt form. 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.
This fantastic little Native American made miniature heart of polychromed porcupine quill work of flowers and on edging is on what looks like a wool base ~ 2” x 2 ¾” with a little pink silk hanger.
Price: $245, free shipping
From the Pat and Steve Center Americana collection, this sweet little wooden box is from New England with applied blue wallpaper with floral boarder and a hand painted, cut, and applied paper flower on the front. Little tape hinges and beige wallpapered back. H 3-3/4" L 6-1/8" D 3-3/8". Excellent condition.
Price: Sold ~ Thank you so much!
Unmarked examples most likely by Roswell Gleason (Dorchester, MA, 1822-1871). On the left, C1800-1825 Whale oil adjustable magnifying lantern lens ~ 8 ¼” x 4”. Provenance: Stephen/Douglas On the right, C 1800-1825 Whale oil adjustable magnifying lantern lens ~ 9 ¼” x 3 7/8”
Price: $425 each, +S
A rare find, a miniature 5” sheet metal wedding band hog scraper candle stick with candle adjuster with illegible signature. Provenance: Hollis Broderick. Hanging tab missing. Original 18th c tallow candle included. (A 4 1/2" brass wedding band hog scrapper just sold at auction for $2700!!!!)
Price: $875, free shipping
Mid-19th C Punched Tin & Whale Oil Lamp - 6-sided / hexagon glass cover, stars and diamonds punched tin smoke release, fixed six-panel tapered-form globe, strap handle, removable base with spring release mechanism, double-tube whale oil burner on glass font, no signature found, Japanned-painted tin areas, attributed to the N. E. Glass Co., 10 1/2" H x 3 1/2" base including hanger. Mint condition.
Price: $495, +s
Wonderful early green painted hog scraper 6 ½” tall with candle adjuster but no hanging tab. Original 18th c tallow candle included.
Price: $295, +S
Top: 6 ½” W x 3” H Blue painted box signed J. Burr on lid. Snug fitting lid has a water stain mark on top. $350 +S Middle: 8” W x 3 ½” H Thin red stain or wash, iron tacks, excellent condition. $350 +S Bottom: 9 ¾” W x 5” D Bayberry green with snug darker green/brown banded lid. Stable crack across top 1 1/2" glued repair near base. $225 +S
Price: (more pix on request)
Sieves of all sizes were made, sold, and used by the Shakers at Mount Lebanon beginning as early as 1810. They were made with bentwood rims of ash, elm, and maple. The rims were fitted with a woven mesh of horsehair (refer to Shaker Museum Mount Lebanon blog). This sieve would have been for sifting ground ‘Medicinals’ in a doctor’s office. (See: Early American Wooden Ware, Mary Gould, page 208). This sieve is in mint condition and a rare little size ~2 ½” x 1 ½”.
Price: $350, +S
This 7-7 ½” out of round maple plate has a turned rimmed base. There is natural staining of the maple on the front and a gouge ~ not a crack.
Price: $195, +S
This mellow patina footwarmer has a heart shaped carved decoration and the initials “BD”. In excellent condition, it is 10 ¼” wide x 8” deep and 7” tall. Usually taken to church to keep warm during the long sermons. (no coal pan).
Price: $195 + shipping
a. SOLD, b.1869 LUCILE repaired spine 5 ¼” x 6 ¾”, c. 1815 ENGLISH READER 7 x 4 ¼”, d. 1730 Voyages French 6 ¾” x 4”, e.SOLD f. 1740 Life of Baron Trenck 3 5/8” x 5 7/8”
Price: $35 each +s
Top: 5” x 4” likely Shaker made with original attic surface. Tiny nail bulges on either side of the bottom (see pix). Bottom: 5 ½” x 4 ½” likely Hingham, MA made with original attic surface with compass scratched into top. Excellent condition. Provenance: Stephen Score.
Price: Top box: $225, +S Bottom box: $265, +S
Although not American, more likely English or German, this little salt-glazed stoneware was made for snuff or spirits. It is made in two parts with a molded decoration and has a 3” diameter. It is hard to find in this fantastic condition with no damage nor restoration. Later cork.
Price: $175, +S
1806 VIRGIL 3 ½” x 5 ½”, 1798 TELEMARK (French) 5 ½” x 3 ½”, 1830 UNFEELING FATHER 5 ¼” x 3”, 1829 THADEUS of Warsaw by MISS PORTER NH 5 x 3 ¼”, 1839 THE SPECTATOR 3 x 5”, 1812 old string MAKE DO MINI RELIGIOUS 4 ¼” x 2 ½”
Price: $40 each or all for $225 + s
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