Gloria N. Greenwald Antiques & Folk Art
We have been dealing in early 18th & 19th century country antiques and folk art since 1989. The major Americana antique shows of the Northeast were a focus for many years. Having retired from the show circuit in 2006, we now concentrate on selling privately and online. We deal primarily in country smalls including painted boxes and bowls, lighting, iron and tinware, and baskets. We look for makers who understood form and function, even when handcrafting rather primitive objects. Our preference is for pieces that please the eye AND perform a function.
This small antique fluid driven light was crafted in the style of an early oil can. It has its original wooden plug where fluid was stored. It became part of a private Mass., Collection in 1965. The number and date of that purchase can be found on the bottom. It is in very good condition, totally functional. 5 3/4" h x 3" diameter. We offer a layaway plan.
Price: Sold! Thank you!
A hard working early mortar & pestle in the original soldier blue paint. There are no cracks, expected paint wear and a bit of roughness on the hard working pestle. 6" h x 4" dia., the pestle is 9"long. We offer a layaway plan. other
Price: $275.00 Free Shipping
An rare, hard maple, lathe turned egg cup in early blue and oyster colored paint. The cup is in very good condition. A most unusual antique collectible. 3 1/2" h x 2" diameter.
Price: 110.00 Free Shipping
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