If you missed our spring sale keep checking back in with our shop as we are now adding newer pieces from our Collections. New Home Decor, Country Smalls, Kitchen and more pictures that we hope will excite you. Many thanks for the response to our sale and to our new and many returning buyers. Gail and Sue email@example.com 707.253.109
Well carved and painted miniature wooden dachshund. Oral tradition created by N. Merlo (sp ?), New York State origin. Excellent tiny replica measuring 6"l x 3"h.
Price: $260.00. FREE SHIPPING
A patriotic Red, White, and Blue 100% cotton crib quilt, machine stitched and cotton filled. The dimensions of 54" x 42" lend themselves to use as a wall hanging, luncheon cloth, a throw, or as its intended use on a crib. Additional 3" squares are attached in case of needed repairs. A blue piece is currently needed on this vintage quilt.
Price: $150.00. FREE SHIPPING
A symbol of the International Mechanical Engineer Honor Society, origin 1915. This wrench dates to mid century. Created by a pledge to Pi Tau Sigma in wood painted black. required to be carried throughout his pledge time. The three core values of this honor society are integrity, service & leadership. 26"l x 5"w x 1"h
Suggestive of a late 1700's firemark. In very early paint, the eagle is prominent in black on a white oval background. A well formed wooden foundry model for metal firemarks which were displayed on buildings to indicate they were to be saved from fires. Measures 11 1/2" x 8"
Price: $350.00 SALE PRICE
English 1780's copper cone shaped Ale warmer with handle and spout. Notice the copper tack attaching handle to cone. Good patina and very little obvious usage. Measures 9 1/2 "h x 5"d
Brightly painted Oriole stands on its wire legs and feet on a chunk of tree. The bird is very life like with textured wings and tail feathers, tiny glass eyes and a long, gray beak. Beak has a tiny chip missing, 5"l x 5"h
Price: $95.00 FREE SHIPPING
Rare and early tin standing teddy bear cookie cutter with tin applied handle. Star in the shape of holes behind handle. 3"l x 5"h
Price: $75.00 free shipping
Framed portrait of a handsome young gentleman, well dressed in clothing of the early 1800's. He is seated with a book on a straight chair, what appears to be a dark drape behind him. Early 1800's lemon gold wooden frame and rust colored linen matting. Excellent condition for its age. 7 14" x 6 1/4"
Price: $375.00. FREE SHIPPING
A small box with lock which is well made and painted a warm mustard color. Previously had a key for the lock, but long gone. Late 1800s with machine dovetails, old hinges with screws: the inside shows wear. Half round sides to the top and a front overhang. A pleasing homey look to the piece. 10 1/2"l x 7"w x 4 3/4"h
Early promotional piece for Eastman Kodak titled "Do I want A Camera" campaign. This shows an unsophisticated 4 different scenerios of times when a Kodak was needed. Turn of the 20th C sketches of vignettes. Wonderful glimpse of one of America's leading companies in Rochester, NY. 13" x 12"
Corn Sheller from early New England kitchen. Beautiful patina on the sturdy wood appliance and sharp metal insert when working. Easy to set down on flat surface to work and collect corn in opening below. Hole on rounded side for hanging. Measures 12"l x 6 1/2"w x 4 1/4"h
Price: $175.00. Free Shipping
This well-developed late 1800s design on the mixed wood miniature dresser is in original finish. One over two on three levels creating interest, as well as the curved backsplash. As found in New Hampshire and with a minor glue repair….marbleized paper drawer linings. Great for desk top items, a jewelry box, etc. 9"w x 5 3/4"d x 9"h
Price: $245.00. sale price
C 1860 American clay pipe. Head of doll has marked facial features while stem stands into spool of black thread, allowing doll to stand. Doll and clothing in fine condition. Check bag of buttons on her sleeve. Written on her apron is the following poem...."Pretty young Miss Piper will make your work lighter....Go to her for your thread to sew buttons on tighter" 8"h x 6"w. Early painted doll quilt rack, with added "linsey-woolsey Quilts". 6"h x 6"w. Sold as a set.
Sam L Gabriel Co. 1939 heavy cardboard childrens' ABCs and nursery rhymes nesting blocks. Entire set of 10 educational lithographed boxes with original box bottom and label. 50"h stacked. Still good condition after years of playing. Large box 7" x 7", Small box 3" x 3"
Unsigned 1920's watercolor of a red fox being chased by a gray and black dog. A primitive framing of veneer on wood which has 2 chips. The backing is cardboard with early nails holding in place. 15"l x 11 1/2"w
1887 stamped cigar boxes (and pine construction), retain their original finish on this charming caddy. Chip carving allpied to sides, a functional handle for carrying, and two drawers complete this handy little item. 8 1/2"w x 5 1/2"d x 9 1/2"h
A magnificant white on white tablecloth or summer coverlet with scalloped edges all around. Newly laundered it would fit over a large table or bed with some drop. Would need bedskirt for King bed. 180" x 88"
Late 19th C more formal dark wood set of two shelves with rams horns sides, and a brace for hanging. This is a "go anywhere" shelf with lots of character. The drama is in the sides. Measures 18"w x 12"h x 7"d
Pair of folk art dolls, handmade by anonymous in the 1940's. Carved torso, 2 straight arms and 2 straight legs that are attached with screws to the torso, so they are articulated. Even fingers are separated on hands. Painted with shoes, body, and facial features in original paint. Clothing very primitive and worn. Chairs are sold separately. 12 1/2"h x 4 1/2"w
Price: $175 pair
New England 18th C wallbox created from one piece of wood for the back (6 sides). A hole at the top of the back allows for hanging, although this box is flat for standing on a surface as well. Box has a sloping front for writing and the interior is divided in two. Leather hinges attach front piece with rosehead nails; all still intact. Butt joints, all original paint, and old replaced bottom. Measures 14"l x 7"w x 16 1/2"h.
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