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 14 days will be refunded in full, less return shipping.
Here are 3 extra long antique wooden spoons. Spoon #1 on left is curly maple with good patina and condition $60. The middle spoon is maple with some fine figuring on the handle. There is an old repair to the tip of the bowl $50. The spoon on the right is a little lighter in color and a slight warp in the handle $50. Or all three for $125 plus shipping.
Price: see description
Here is an exceptional 19th C. Pennsylvania "Tombstone" slaw board made from 1/2" solid cherry wood with a very sharp iron blade. The board has a wonderful dark patina and has a hole for hanging. Measures 20 1/4" tall x 9" wide. Great form!
Here's an old 19th C. tin chamberstick with working push-up in nice condition. It has the right patina and is nice and tall measuring 6" tall x 6.5" wide. I have not removed any of the old wax residue. A nice early primitive lighting device.
Here is a pair of small (10" x 6") made from 19th C. blue and white linen homespun with open draw fringe. There is some red thread accents. Very nice condition with minor loss on open work on one pillow. Great for your doll collection.
Price: reduced to $25 each
Found in Pennsylvania, this small mid-1800's pine cutlery tray or tote has its original mustard and brown paint decoration. The canted side tote is in good condition with expected minor wear. It is constructed with tiny brads and measures only 10 1/2" wide x 8" deep.
Price: 130 reduced
Here are three 19th C. figurines including a Staffordshire girl with spaniel 2 7/8" tall for $28; an adorable tiny seated porcelain baby girl probably German 1 7/8" tall for $30; and a 4.5" tall boy possibly German for $20.
Price: please see description
Here's a colorful Late 19th/ Early 20th C. tin toleware fireman's parade horn that measures 25 1/2" long. It features yellow, green, red, gold and blue hand paint and stenciling. It retains its original brass chain and is in excellent condition.
Price: sale pending
This 19th C. mattress cover features red, blue and cream colors. It has a sewn center seam with a muslin backing. Measuring 69" x 45", the cover is in very good condition with some stains on the muslin. The red homespun is very good with a little minor fading.
Price: 225 shipping included
Shown is a 19th C. blue and white homespun mattress cover that measures 70" x 48". It has a sewn center seam and is very clean and in very good condition. There is a tiny hole on the top and there is a small stain with a small hole on the back. The white muslin backing is monogramed "M.E." in white embroidery. This is a nice large piece of antique blue coverlet. More photos available.
Price: 225 shipping included
This pair of classic English brass candlesticks were converted to electric lamps decades ago and are in good working condition. The lamps stand 14 1/2" tall to the top of the sockets and only need a standard light bulb and a clip on shade. There is a small English patent number stamped on the base which dates the sticks to 1893.
Price: 40 reduced
The scrub top on this fabulous 19th C. wooden pedestal measures 14 7/8" x 15 1/2" and it stands 9 1/2" tall. The underneath has a very colorful floral paint decoration in red, black, green and gold leaf. It is in excellent overall condition and makes a great statement to display stone fruit or the like as a centerpiece on your server, counter or table.
Price: $595 reduced
Here's a set of three matching toleware canisters in the original paint that date to the late 1800's. Each one is signed on the top by the manufacturer with a stencil "Mfg. By H.F. Heacock 51 N. Second St. Phila.". The measure 7" wide x 7" deep x 9" tall and are in good, original condition with normal signs of use. They are nicely decorated with gold, red and green paint on a black ground. The white glass knobs are original.
Price: 225 sale
Here are two painted indian clubs, one red and black that stands 19.5" tall and marked "2 1/2 Lbs." with minor age crack but in good original condition. The other is solid black and stands 15" tall and weighs 14 oz. and is in good condition.
Price: $85 for both (reduced)
This single indian club dates to the early 1900's and retains its original paint decoration. The hardwood club features a red wash with black splotches and gold stripes. It has the original brass tack on the top and has score marks around the neck. There is a stamp of "2 1/2 Lbs." near the base. Its a great looking club that stands 18" tall.
Price: sale $65
Here's an unusual hand-wrought early 1800's primitive copper skimmer. It has score marks decorating the handle and a rattail end. It is made from a single piece of thick copper and has a fairly heavy feel. 16.5"
Price: $50 sale
This 19th C. white ceramic apothecary jar stands 10.25" tall and is in excellent, very clean condition. There are no cracks, chips, lines or repairs. The glaze has an overall crazing that does not detract from this attractive jar. Great piece!
Price: sale pending
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).
Price: on sale $50
Here are 4 of the best of our 19th C. make-do pin cushions. Instant collection for $295
Price: Sale $245
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