14 E. King Antiques Design
We have relocated back to New Jersey and are now selling many items out of our 35 plus year collection. All items are guaranteed authentic. Returns within one week will be refunded in full, less return shipping.
I bought this 19th C. hand-decorated blue and white bowl decades ago at an estate sale. I've never seen another like it. Its tin-glazed earthenware with flowing cobalt blue cross-hatch design on white featuring a bold bird decoration with fine detail. The bowl has molded ribs and craquelure in the glaze. There are three stilt marks on the rim from firing and a hairline from age on the underside associated with a chip as shown. Overall good condition. The bowl measures 12" in diameter and 2.5" tall. Pretty spectacular!
Here's a nice small pine cutlery tray in very old if not original blue paint. The sides are nicely canted and the construction is with tiny square nails. The interior is natural wood with traces of an old patina. The vibrant blue paint has distressing and wear. 15 1/4" x 9 1/2" x 4 1/2" tall.
This 7"tall tin candlestick has a very old chrome yellow paint with decoupage birds, etcetera. The paint color is not quite as vibrant as it is in the photos.
This 19th C. shoe-form redware flask with manganese decoration stands 6.5" tall. There is an old repair on the spout.
This small 19th C. berry basket is constructed out of thick ash splint and is extremely sturdy for a basket that is only 9" tall and 8.5" in diameter. It has a double wrap on the top and a carved handle. Ex condition. (velvet fruit in photo not included).
We bought this from a Strassburg, PA auctioneer many years ago. He scotch taped an auction listing on the bottom. It attributes the mold to Willoughby Smith, Berks County, PA. 10.5" long. rim chips and firing imperfections.
Here's a beautiful 6" tiger maple cider funnel. It has typical loss to the tip and some age lines. Warm old finish.
This 4.5" tall manganese decorated redware cup is incised April 7 1933 on the side and "NGH 1933" on the bottom. It has a good red color with the black around the rim. Some small rim chips. ooak.
Here is another small pair of Indian Clubs with great black and white stripes in original paint. Ex. cond. 13 3/4" tall.
This small pair of patriotic red, white and blue (and black) indian clubs or juggling pins measure only 13" tall and only 1.25" in diameter at the base. The painted stars and stripe decoration is very old, if not original. One pin has loss to the top as shown but they are otherwise in good shape. We have owned these and have been in our personal collection for many years.
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