Rona Andrews Antiques
Several shows coming up if you're in New England: Gurley Antiques show Oct 28th at the Boxboro Regency Hotel, 242 Adams Pl, Boxboro, MA: Concord Antiques show Nov 2&3 at the Trinitarian Church Walden St. Concord, MA; and the Hampton Antiques Show at the Best Western 815 LaFayette Rd, Hampton, NH. If you're in New England, check out my spaces at Thos. Bartlett Antiques in Chichester, NH on Rte 4. And, I'm back at York Antiques Gallery in York, Maine! My selling policies include: Accepting personal check or money order, or Paypal FRIENDS AND FAMILY; If shipping to a MA address, MA tax of 6.25% will be applied to your costs unless a MA tax resale number is given. 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.
The larger piece is a mint condition, well-proportioned, blown glass hourglass (15 minutes) with the pink sand usually found in the early hourglasses. There are little bubbles in the glass and no breaks. This 5 ¾” x 3” piece has delicate turned stiles and well-worn patina. The little piece, is likely a little later 19th C also with pink glass and in mint condition and blown glass 3 ½” x 1 ½” for a 3 minute egg!
Price: Larger - $225, includes shipping. Smaller - $85, includes shipping
Wonderful 1900-1949 Italian miniature 3 stone apples on a wood stalk or branch. Some rubs to surface as expected. Approx. 2 ½” x 2”
Price: $125, includes shipping
Highly collectable stamped ‘Canco’ tin peanut butter tin with 3 little pigs story printed in color on tin and tin bail handle. 2 ¾” X 2 ¾” with moderate wear.
Price: $225, plus shipping ($8)
This delicate, 3’ X ¾”, mirror was likely made in the NY Watervlit community. The little mirror has lost some silvering, but otherwise is in mint condition.
Price: $110, includes shipping
Just the sweetest little goose! Likely German made, composition preening goose, painted grey and black pinstripe on little wooden stand. 3 ¼” x 3” mint condition.
Price: $68, includes shipping
Great surface and patina, this ½ skein yarn winder (niddy-noddy) is all hand carved and mortised into place. A perfect 7 ¾” long and wide. Some people think this was a little piece for a child to wind yarn. You be the judge. Regardless, it is charming and rare to find. Came from Maine estate.
Price: $250, plus shipping ($12)
This is perhaps the saddest little box that seems to have been a cherished possession of one little girl. Found in Lititz, PA, this little gem with PA German newspaper base and hand painted wallpaper looks like it might have been rescued from the fire as there is a very dark area on the inside lid. The paper is very worn but the hand stitching is firmly in place. I can imagine this little cast-off holding secret treasures of a little girl 200 years ago. 2 1/8” x 2 1/3”. This will not be the best wallpaper box you’ve ever owned, but, it will hold the best stories!
Price: $155, includes shipping
Matching pair late 1800- early 1900 miniature green painted tin candle holders. Some wear to paint as expected. 1 7/8” x 1 7/8”. Little candles included.
Price: $75 each or $130 for the pair, includes shipping
Great little size 4” x 4” mortar with 5” pestle from VT. Age crack 2 ¾” and a hollowed out well in the bottom interior. This hand turned piece would fit easily on your kitchen counter!
Price: $95 plus $7 shipping
C 1875-90 candle sconce with serpentine crimped candle cup. 6” tall x 3” wide x 5” from wall. The top of the sconce has been hand crimped. 18th c tallow included.
Price: $175, plus shipping ($8)
This early carved noggin/pitcher was possibly varnished 100+ years ago. It is 7” tall and has a stress crack.
Price: $195, includes shipping
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