Lynne Nelson Antiques
I have been buying and selling 18th and 19th century country antiques for approximately 35 years concentrating in early paint, iron, lighting, and items to be found in the early kitchen. For the past several years I have shown in the Nan Gurley antique shows.
RARE Early American 1700s Cast Iron Cauldron 3 LEGs. It stands approximately 6.50" tall and measures approximately 8" in diameter across the outer edge of the top rim. The pedestal legs are nice and long. This one has a gate mark. This kettle has 3 raised molded rings around the diameter of the kettle which makes it very decorative. This is a very rare small size kettle.
This nice salmon painted firkin is in very good condition. It stands 12 inches tall and has an 11 inch diameter. The firkin has three bands on the body of the firkin and another on the lid all nice and tight. It is very clean on the inside and has normal wear on the outside.
Price: $325 plus shipping HOLD
This beautiful out of round teal blue dough bowl measures 13 3/4" x 14 1/4" in diameter and stands 4" tall, It has no chips or cracks. It has a faint line (barely noticeable perhaps scratched with a pin) on the body (please ask for photos). The outer top has a 1/2" lip and you can see the lathe marks on the body, The paint is old, dry and original to this bowl. Please ask about shipping costs.
Price: SOLD THANK YOU
This is an old chest of drawers probably used to store spices. It is finished on the front in a dark walnut stain and on the top and sides with a lighter stain, This old 9 drawer spice cupboard or chest has the original knobs which are metal but they look and feel like wood, ( I used a magnet to find that they were indeed metal). and the two large drawers on the bottom have locks with key eustcheons (no keys). There are 4 smaller drawers across the top then three medium sized drawers in the middle. The chest measures 19 inches across the front 5 inches from front to back and 10 inches high. It is in very good used condition, The drawer edges have been glued together and dovetailed at the bottom and top. There is no back to this chest. Please email me for more pictures. I believe this piece is dated around the last of the 19th c to early 20th c.(the items atop the chest are decorations and not for sale.
Price: $195 NEW SALE PRICE
Here is a beautiful mid 1800's signed Julius Norton, Bennington VT, 1 gallon jug. This jug has a butterfly in cobalt blue beneath the engraved name. It is in very good condition with professional repair to a small area right after the word Norton Please ask for photos of this area if you are interested in purchasing,
Here are 4 pieces of stone alabaster fruit, a bunch of grapes with wooden stem, an apricot, a tangerine, and a plum. All are true sizes.
This wooden firkin has its original dry blue to gray color paint with two bands at the top and two at the bottom. It has the usual paint wear and one tiny area where the wood lifts up a bit ( I can show you photos of this). The bottom two staves are a bit loose as they can move but this can be easily fixed. They do not fall off of the firkin. The top two bands are in place. The wooden handle is intact. The firkin has a 1/2" to diameter and a 10 in, height.
Price: $295 hold
Here is a nice oak splint table or storage basket circa late 19th c made with a double wrap around the rim. It has a rectangular base and oval top, The bottom is in a checkerboard pattern. This basket has traces of orange or bittersweet paint. This basket or one just like it can be seen in "the Basket Book" by Don & Carol Raycraft page 54. The basket is in excellent condition. It was obtained from a private collection in NH. It is 8 1/2" wide, nearly 12 inches long and it stands 3 inches high. It is a good sturdy basket,
This large 12x18" bear has the Steiff pewter button in his left ear. He is stuffed with straw with a muslin coat. He is wearing an old brown leather collar. The wheel on his feet are missing. The underside of his feet have evidence that he once had wheels. This is a great 1920's bear. He has some minor wear on his coat. Please email me any questions and for more photos. On the top of his back I believe is the growler mechanism but it does not work. Please email me your zip code and I can give you a shipping quote.
Price: SOLD THANK YOU!
This is an excellent medium blue dough bowl in the original paint. It has a 1/2" lip around the edge . It is out of round at 12" to 12 1/2" top diameter. It has no condition problems. The second photo shows the color better but I can send more photos if you like. The inside is that nice old finish from years of use. It stands 3 1/2" high, Shipping is included in the price.
Price: $295 SOLD
Huge 17 inch out of round 19th C painted maple dough bowl in original paint, This bowl stands 5 1/2 inches at its high point and 5 inches at the low. This is a beautiful bowl in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks.
Price: SALE $395
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