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Early 1900s Child's rubber boots decorated black with added red topped band complete with many running rabbits. Some wear but much life left in them. 9"h x 6"l x 2+"w.
A fine pair of round wooden ball finials painted white on slender wooden square captured from a Victorian Building. Sold as a pair. 7" x 7" x 7 1/2"h
Price: 195 pair
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
Early wooden ladle. The aged color of the wood and the shape of the bowl make this a special piece. If that were not enough to satisfy, look at the unusual hook at the end of the handle. 15 3/4"l x 5 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
Outfitted Lapdesk Writing Box from the late 19th C Banister Family, Brownsville VT. Photo, pencils, newspaper, etc. Key inside (hard to work). Measures 11 1/2" w x 8"d x 4"h
Authentic Shaker small three finger oval pantry box. Very fine condition and with all the expected Shaker dertails. 4 1/2" x 3"
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
Architectural Metal Design, great look. Some blue-gray paint remaining on one side. Base is solid and 1/2" diameter. Total piece is: 8 3/4"h x 4"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 antique wool hooked piece of a red rose recently framed in a Victorian frame covered by glass. The lone rose has varying red colors surrounded by the abundant leaves. Glass leaves a glare on photos. 13 1/2" x 11 1/2"
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
Early 1800's wooden carved and painted folk art doll with limbs that can be rearranged for play in several positions. She has painted clothing and facial features. 12"h
A moveable wooden toy of two ironworkers with slegehammers showing good paint and lots of play remaining. 15"l x 4"h75
Carved and gilded 19th C wooden letter "O". Evidence on back where it has been attached to something else. Interesting in either direction. 7 5/8" x 5 1/2" x 3/4"d.
Carved and handpainted wooden mask of a man's face complete with mustache, eyebrows, sideburns, eyebrows. Holes on sides with a string connecting them for easy hanging. Some writing on back which is illegible. 7"l x 6 1/2"w x 4"d. ORIGINAL PRICE: $195.
Price: sale $150.
Handmade Lion with sewn nose and mouth, button eyes with fur mane and tip of his tail. Metal supports in legs. Measures 15"l x 10"h. ORIGINAL PRICE $275.
Price: SALE $195.
Folk art walking stick displayed on new museum stand. The delicate stick is made of bamboo with the handle resembling the head of a dog. 31"l
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
Black background with painting of two uniformed soldiers with their halberds; middle ages weapons of spears with axes. 15" x 10 1/2". ORIGINAL PRICE $495.
Price: SALE $395
This sock doll has been much loved with her delicate dress and hat somewhat shredded. She is made of black sock material, has pearl button eyes and sewn nose and mouth. She has arms and a torso covered by her dress and scarf. 12"h
Jerome B. Rice & Co original 1895 Seed Poster attributed to Alice Hirschberg (Hirschley), Illustrator. Rice Seed Co. had Hirschberg create 4, 1 for each of the seasons. This one being for spring and planting and its purpose was to stimulate sales through their distributors. Newer blue frame and glass. 18" x 15". Original price: $595.00
Price: $ 425 SALE
Pair of miniature Merganser duck decoys carved and signed by Charlie Hunt. Signed Elna, NY. Delicate detailing in natural unpainted wood with a fine patina. Larger one measured 6 3/4”l x 2 1/2”w, while other one is 6 1/2”l x 2 1/2”w.
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