Suz Prim & Simple Antiques
Hello and welcome to "Suz Prim & Simple" where I strive to offer you the best in Early American country / primitive antiques, attic and painted surface treen, folk art, textiles, stoneware, Colonial olds and vintage goods. I collect what I love and will only sell what I know to be true. I started dragging old stuff out of my grandparents attic some 44 years ago and have never stopped the hunt for that next amazing piece !! I'm now selling my brick and morter shop inventory and parts of my personal collection. Call or contact me by email (email@example.com) with your requests.... I prefer PayPal but will accept a check or money order. Prices do not include shipping. I hold auctions on my Facebook site of the same name "Suz Prim & Simple" and use it as a discussion forum as well....please stop in for a visit.
Offered from my collection a Miniature Micro Mosaic picture frame with easel back incised ITALY. Measuring 3 1/2" X 2" it is perfect and missing no pieces. These frames were created in the very early 20th C and due to the intricate workmanship and no longer made. They fit those tiny pictures you get for your kids photos perfectly !!
Price: $210 free shipping
Offering quite an unusual find....this utilitarian primitive was used to haul / store / burnt ashes from the hearth to be used for many other purposes (nothing wasted...perhaps lye soap ?). One solid oak piece is bent around into an oval shape (one seam) and cut nails hold the base into position. The base is cracked but very solid. The handles make this prim, hand made piece one of a kind !! It looks great filled with pine cones on the hearth. 4" X 11" X 13 1/2"
Price: $125 + shipping
I am offering an amazing, MINT antique 1940 tall Aladdin Lincoln Drape Oil Lamp in deep blue cobalt blue. The burner, cap, etc are all original to the era of the lamp as is the chimney and shade, there is no reason why it wouldn't work, wick turns. If you are a seasoned collector of Aladdin lamps the technical differences between old and new are evident. Victor Johnson formed the Mantle Lamp Co. in Chicago in 1908 after getting rights to sell a German kerosene mantle burner. Johnson introduced his improved Aladdin lamp in 1909. The "Tall Lincoln Drape" Aladdin lamp, No. B-76, was made from 1940 to 1949. It has a plain stem and a 12-sided base. The embossed circle on top of the base can be plain or scalloped. About 30% of cobalt blue Tall Lincoln Drape lamps have scallops, like this lamp. This dates the lamp close to 1940. Although the shade is period, I can't swear that it was original to the lamp. The colors are vibrant and pure, the lamp is very rare.
Price: $1200 + shipping
An original 1861 Sampler w/ many colors... several birds and many beautiful flowers across a white background. It is framed in an antique maple frame at least 75 years ago. There are threads that have worn away many, many years ago so study the picture carefully. The colors are really strong which is hard to find in an 160 year old stitch !!
Price: $215 + shipping
This is a prim you don't want to miss....it's a pedestal size not often seen. Totally hand created and original red paint. It measures 12 1/2" diameter X 4" high dating from the 18th Century. You can see the age crack but it doesn't go through the pedestal to the other side and it is still solid. Stone fruit not included but you can imagine your own displayed !! This is a piece that any primitive collector must have in their home. You won't find another....
Price: $725 shipping is free
This is a primitive for your Farmers table...it's huge (37 1/2" long) and in amazingly primitive condition. Original red paint on the outside of a hand carved trencher with a very, very old tin repair with hand cut nails. It's one of a kind and absolutely right, worn in all the right places. It's perfect at Christmas for a centerpiece and all holidays...items shown in the picture are not included. Fill it with pinecones in the fall....you have so many options. It was carved out in the late 17th, early 18th century ... so knead some dough if you wish. The options are endless !!
Price: $425 + shipping
This large turn-of-the-20th-century crate is perfect shelving display for your smalls. It is hand made of solid wood using 1" thick boards, old and all original large rusty nailed construction. Cubby holes are the popular primitive way to show off your small treasures !! I have used it for my nutmeg grater collection in my kitchen and it was perfect !! The pictures will give you a better idea of aesthetics, dimensions are 5" X 13.25" X 28". The cubbies themselves are of different sizes as it is primitively hand made but the largest are approx. 5" X 5".
Price: $145.00 + shipping
This is a great small basket used for collecting small produce, handmade w/ double bands at the top, cross bands and slats, wooden bottom all attached with hand cut brads. 7" diameter at the top, 5 1/2" at the bottom, 5 1/2" tall. Minor band / slat breakage as would be expected .... it's solid and displays beautifully with stone fruit / berries (that's what I used it for).
Price: $65.00 + shipping
Great very early footed iron pot marked '6' and ladle. The handle is attached to the pot with a beautiful curled design. These were used to smelt lead, gold, silver, etc. The surface of both pieces have rust but it is easily removed if you wish.... I'll leave that to the next owner.
Price: $65.00 + shipping
Turn of the century and very rare ... collectors call this one the fly swatter egg beater because of its paddle or sweep action with a rotary crank. It is 11 1/2 inches long with a small wooden knob handle. On the underside of the fulcrum bar it reads only "PATENTED". It works beautifully!
Price: SOLD thankyou !!
This is a hand forged kitchen tool created over 250 years ago, probably for a loved one w/ the cut heart in the body. The handle is worn but amazingly still attached. Measuring 11" long X 6" wide this is one of a kind, no like the mass produced ones out of Sweden, this one is American made Primitive !!
Price: $210 + shipping
A great early hand carved pine springerle with flowers, sail boat, kitty, prim gentleman, ugly bug, pineapple, frog, prim home and a document with writing I can't read and more....but this is an unusual one !!
Price: SOLD Thankyou !!
A superb 19th C Taconic Gathering Basket in original red and white paint. 13" dia. X 8" top of basket X 13" top of handle. Also know as 'Bushwacker Baskets' this one sports an ancient wire repair on the bottom. Purchased from Berry Earzin at Fox Valley Shows, Maine. The two toned paint is rare !!
Price: $ 450.00 + shipping
In original and amazing condition this great bucket / keg measures 9 1/2" tall. It has finger lapped bands around a staved body with lid...solid and tight. All original...
In original attic surface I offer this pair of 18th C candle sticks. The surface shows what you would expect of original varnish bubbling and candle wax which I have left alone. The stick is pegged to the base....a really great example of early lighting.
Price: $180.00 + shipping
329W brass Western Electric candlestick telephone...patent applied for dated Sept. 13, 1904 (earliest date for Western Electric and most desirable). Brass and bakelite parts are in excellent and original condition.
Price: 285.00 SALE $210.00 + shipping
Offering a HUGE (8 1/2" X 11") book, leather bound with hundreds of original photogravures. Translated from the original French of the Abbe Orsini by Mrs. J. Sadlier. There is some spotting and minor binding wear but truely in very good condition. There are other translations but this is the first edition and original translation.
Price: 150.00 + shipping
This is a truly primitive hand carved cutlery tray with traces of the original green paint. Square nail construction with later nails added to reinforce. These are great for displaying smalls and seasonal decorations !!
Price: $65 + shipping
Original photo shop prints of the same little girl that did Parkinsons Cupid Awake and Asleep, these are each 5 X 7 prints, matted and assembled into an antique frame. These are not the often found Awake and Asleep although they are the same girl who posed for them....these are not often found, especially in such wonderful condition.
Price: $155 + shipping
Measuring 4" in diameter X 28" long this amazing handmade primitive is made of solid walnut and rolls freely on an iron rod running through the handles. There are the normal minor splits in the wood you expect from a 'needful' 200 years old.
Price: $95 + shipping
This is an amazing example of burned chip carving featuring grape leaves (carved through) and incised grapes. The base is attached with extremely hard to see cut nails, the sides appear to be one piece under magnification. 10" square at the top X 6 1/2" at the base. I purchased this many years ago on Ruby Lane's site.
Price: $225 SALE $175.00 + shipping
This piece is really beautiful walnut hand carved cutlery tray, all square nailed w/ an amazing finish. This would have been made for someone from money, the wood is like silk, wonderfully constructed. 9 1/4" X 15 1/2" X 9 1/2" high
Price: $205.00 SALE $175.00 + shipping
This is a fantastic chopping box that has all the bells and whistles! The box is early, 18th century, dated 1758 on the inside and outside lid. It has fabulous old if not original paint decoration. The base paint is a wonderful red and the decoration is done in black and yellow/mustard. The table box also has wonderful early construction. This includes four turned feet, four iron corner guards with tulip shapes, hand dovetailing, wooden pegs, hand wrought iron nails, and all original hardware that includes a heart escutcheon. On the inside of the box is a handled blade that was used for chopping. The box is a wonderful size that wood fit on a table measuring 13” long, 17” long to handle, 10 ¾” wide and 6 ½” tall. A fantastic early piece!
Price: $699.99 SALE $610.00 + shipping
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