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.
A delightful and special country grain scoop in the original mustard paint. A wonderful lollipop shaped handle, shaped sides, initials of the owner hand,-etched of the back. It is a nice seasonal display piece for the country table. It is in very good condition, with paint wear and a warm patina. 12" h x 12" L z 10" w. Additional photos are available.
Price: 175.00 free shipping
A hard to find 19th c., maple bowl in oyster white paint. The bowl is clean and in very good condition, no damage. Showing the appropriate period wear. Out-of-round 12 1/4” x 13” x 3 1/2” h.
This special 18th c., Foot Lathe-turned P & M in lignum vitae or a similar hard wood. There are scribed marks, banding, some nicks and tight cracks in beautiful old surface patina. No cracks have penetrated the bowl. The original pestle shows wear it is 7 1/2" tall. The mortar is 5 1/4" h x 5" diameter.
Price: Sold Free Shipping
This 19th c., pair of painted silhouettes features a young woman and gentleman. The silhouettes are well executed, they have well defined features, no wiggly lines. They were painted with Chinese white and watercolor. They are in very good condition with no tears nor staining and in their original frames. 6" x 5".
Price: 145.00 Free Shipping
This country1900 woven basket has a swing handle, a small iron chain is fastened to the handle for purposes of hanging it. It has a solid wooden bottom. It was not hand-woven, sturdy and in very good condition. 8" dia x 7" h.
Price: $95.00 Free Shipping
Happy to offer this very rare early American lighting piece, circa 1820-40. The lamp top is trunnion mounted, meaning it swings easily and can be tilted to remove fuel. The central wick support eliminates problems with dripping. The lamp is in excellent antique condition, original black paint, fully functional. A reference photo is available, along with additional photos of the lamp.. 8 1/2" h x 5" dia. base
Price: -SALE- $210.00 Free Shipping
A very rare, 1780-1820, punch decorated Tavern/Inn Foot-Warmer. This tin foot-warm has quarter round and circle designs punched on the removable top. The punched tin decorations allows the heat to be released from the pan. It has all of its applied strap handles fully in tack. New England or Pennsylvania, this foot-warmer is in the original red painted surface. These early over-sized foot-warmers were filled with hot embers and placed under the tavern or inn tables to warm the patrons. The surface is untouched and completely original. It has oxidized and deepened over time. 15 1/2 w x 9 1/2” d x 4” h. Additional photos are available.
Price: Sale 200.00 Free Shipping
This is a fun and very unusual fireside,double pronged cooking fork. The handle has been embellished to copy a fencing sword. It is in great shape, no damage, ready to go. 24" in L x 3" wide fork. Additional photos are available..
Price: -SALE $39.00
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