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Antique tri-fold shaving mirror with beveled glass, William Morris inspired pattern on the backs. Beautiful wood frame with metal hardware. 26 1/2" x 10 1/2"h
Lancaster County, PA crib quilt, all handstitched in yellows and reds with calico backing. Expected fading but still vibrant. 35" x 32".
A rare and unusually large ornament from a meat rack, this heavy iron red bull (C,. 1880) was removed from the rack and now mounted on a painted wooden stand. Midwest origin. 11"l x 7"h
Child's Folding Washstand with Wringer. Good display piece. Original paint and still works. Measures 27"l x 21"h
Pretty much a lost art, candlewicking is very labor intensive but the results are uncommonly lovely. Off white cotton coverlet with fringe on three sides. 108" x 78"
Early wooden spoon rack in original surface. Holds 24 spoons on two levels . Good size and age. Hangers included. Original price $295.
Ribbon Maple Gentleman's Box with separate interior tray with velvet bottom. Original hardware, hinges and lock (no key). Wood grain is amazing. Measures 7"w x 5"d x 3 1/2"h
Heavy metal painted pair of floats on stands. A yellow one and a pink one will set off your table or shelf or a good conversational set. Unusual to find them with paint remaining. Maine origin. 12" h x 8"d
Delicately stitched floral needlework signed and dated, 1868, beautifully framed and stamped on back of frame (made by Willet Hicks, Trenton, NJ). Photos show lighter than in person. Measures: 11' x 11'
Miniature wooden washtub painted blue with matching scrub board and ironing set-up with board, iron and textile. Great play value or use as a decorative vignette. Tub measures 4 1/2"d x 2"h, scrub board measures 4"h x 2 1/2"w. Ironing board measures 8"l x 3 1/2"h. Sold as a set
Well worn and loved Scottie dog. Glass eyes, button nose and black velvet lined ears. Squeaker long gone but lots of play remains. 10"l
Signed and dated bust of an older and weathered Mark Twain, with his generous moustache and dapper bowtie. Signed M. Robbin, 1968. 4"w x 9 1/2"h x 4 3/4"d
Small footstool with half moon ends. Metal gliders added to feet later. 12 1/2" x 7 1/2" x 6"
Early souvenir tray from Castle Crags, in Northern California near Mt. Shasta. Wild and beautifully painted tray with woven sides ending in braids. 18" x 12" x 1 1/2"
Small stoneware jug with interesting lablel…."Beef, Iron, and Wine" made of what paper remains. Measures 6 3/4" h x 3 1/2" diameter at bottom.
An unknown artist whose subject was a (now) unknown well-dressed young gentleman, seated and with a book. (That book conveyed a sign of intellect and status) Linen matting surrounding portrait. 7 1/4" x 6 1/4"
Old grain-painted and decorated pine wood frame all ready for a special object to surround. 12 1/4" x 9 5/8"
This triangular shaped Amish pin cushion has been made from the buggy seat upholstery with contrasting back and front designs. 6 1/2 x 6 1/2" x 6 1/2"
1853 signed sewing bird with impressive heart shaped clamp. This very functional sewing item from so long ago. Solid brass. 5"
Wooden darner with label and patent information inside. Tip unscrews to store needles or? 5 3/4"h x 2"w
A diminutive Shaker basket made of wood with metal reinforcements and intended to hold berries. C. 1850, measures 3 1/2"d x 3"h
Vintage Terrier with glass eyes and his very own Tartan. A small charmer of a toy to love. Measures 3"h x 3 1/2" w
Pair of early bowls from Belgium. Marked and very colorful. In very good condition. Smaller one is 3 3/4" d, Larger is 4 3/4"d
Price: 125 pair
Painted early bird decoy with glass eyes, tin feet, wire legs. There is a strong element of funky, folk art in this decoy. Measures 8" x 2 1/4"
Wood carved squirrel in a standing position and holding a nut. Overall coloring is a reddish brown with grain showing through. Good detailing. Under tail are engraved initials. 7 1/2"h x 6 1/2"w x 2"d
This is a fine small scale bull made with wooden legs. Legs and body covered in what appears to be white and tan felt. Glass eyes and a well formed body and metal horns. 6 1/2"l x 5"h
Rare oval Shaker sewing box from Canterury, N.H. C. 1860. minor damage at base. Swing handle and warm honey-colored patina. 11'l x 4"h
Lovely oval wood framed pencil sketch of a woman. On the back of the sketch, it is written to be Minimina Rowana, Dec. 1836. English origin. 14" x 12"
A single chunky piece of wood has been used to create this scoop. Oral tradition claims it to be Shaker in origin. There is a very deep and thick bowl with a short handle and a sharp but deep hook on the end for a good grip and to hang. 8 1/2"l x 5 1/2"w
Late 1800's American table with gracefully turned legs and detailing around the top. From a private collection where it was used for children's tea parties. Usefull also in decorating, tabletop, displaying plants, etc. 12"d x 12"h.
An impressive wooden cow butter mold in the round with a contented cow and stars. This mold has crimped edges all around. 4"diameter x 2 3/4"h
Whimsical wooden oval footstool with four painted and turned legs. New England origin, painted long ago in white over brown . 12 1/2"l x 9 1/2"w x 4"h
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