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Trade sign for Braided Rugs made of wood and painted, 1920's - 30's. Double sided with truly great colors and bold lettering. Measures 24"w x 12"h
Early 1900's tramp art frame in rich medium brown finish, all surrounding the symbol of good luck--the horseshoe. As an added bonus; an early photo of a camper at his tent site. 10 1/2" x 9"
Early and totally inlaid (interior and exterior) whimsy with two rings. Interesting design with different woods. 5"h x 3"w
19th c Child's Tea Set, Stick Spatterware Design. Set for 4 plus teapot, creamer, sugar. 2 chips & 1 hairline crack.
American retired jeweler, H.S. Ortman, created this 1966 wood sculpture "The Kiss". The figures are sensuously sculpted and set on rectangular base of mixed woods. Signed and dated on bottom. Measures 7" w x 11" h x 4 1/2" d
Suggestive of a late 18th C firemark. In very early paint, the eagle is prominent in black on a white background. This may be a foundry model for metal firemarks. Measures 11 1/2" x 8". Was $595.
Price: Sale $425
Is this the ONE AND ONLY VELVETEEN RABBIT? Cute and loveable with long floppy ears. 6 1/2"l x 8 1/4"h
Super old oval trencher, with hole on long side for hanging. Good clean (gouge-free) surface and fine patina. 19 1/2" x 11
In typical Shaker tradition, this practical item has a drawer to hold necessary sewing needles, pins, etc. In addition to 6 rotating spools for thread. For beauty it has beveled edges, and well-turned legs. Slight chip from lower corner of spool holder. Late 1800's. 7 1/2"h x 4" x 4".
Unusual small design of a carved wooden oval nut with a flat top and small handle. This size is rather small for an early butter stamp. 1st quarter 1800's. 3 3/4"l x 2"h
Colorful red round treenware with fine finish. Top easily removed to store valuables, spices, or ? 6"h x 2 1/2"d
Sterling ink well with glass in a delicate design. This well-designed ink well holds a pen. Wooden pen with nib is included with the ink well. Circa 1890. 3 1/2"w x 3"h
Very early and unusual with compartments inside, velvet on bottom, original hardware hinges and lock but no key, old metal reinforcements at 2 corners. Interior has a beautiful finish while the exterior has expected wear. 11"w x 6 3/4"d x 5"h
This romantic item of two gaily painted birds on a tree stump was prized in early days. Originally from PA, the chalkware birds are painted and decorated differently from each other. 4"w x 1 1/4"d x 2 1/2"h
These silver salts have been made into pin cushions with cotton filled velvet covers. Each dish has a different shape and design. We have 1 orange, 1 forest green, 1 blue, and 2 teal ones. All priced the same at $60.00 each, but sizes vary from 2"d - 1 1/2"d
Price: 60. each
English Tea Caddy with brass inlay and lovely escutcheon. Measures 11"w x 5 1/2"h x 5 1/4"d
Price: Regular Price, $125; Sale Price, $80.
Unique Lone Star treen box with extra special patina. Slide top with room inside box for the tiniest of objects. 2”l
Price: Regular price $95.; Sale price $70.
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
Early wooden spoon rack in original surface. Holds 24 spoons on two levels . Good size and age. Hangers included. Original price $295.
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'
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.
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