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.
Here is an 18th c iron pot handle or bail handle which was used to pick up or hold and suspend a large pot over the fire. They are in perfect working condition and fit onto the handles on a caldron. shipping is included.
Price: $75 SALE $65 INCLUDES SHIP
Nice early 19th c tin candle holder with pushup on the side. This candleholder is 6 1/2 in diameter and 4 1/2" tall. Nice early condition with no rust. Shipping included.
Price: SOLD THANK YOU!
Two stoneware inks (2 1/4" x 2') Nice little inkwells to add to your country collection. Shipping is included.
Price: $49 SALE $39 FREE SHIP
This eyecup was manufactured by John Bull and dated Aug. 14, 1917 on the underside. It has a rolled lip and is in perfect condition.
Price: $20 includes shipping
Here is a great country piece! This wooden wagon would make a nice centerpiece full of apples. It is painted in a light salmon color. The base measures 12" x 7" x 2 " deep. The old wheels are also wooden. This is in very good used condition.
Price: $65 SALE
This six drawer spice chest is painted in a brown paint which I do not think is original but it is old. the chest is dovetailed top and bottom but the drawer are not. The chest measures 13 1/2 " tall, 9 1/2 ' across the front and 5 " deep. The drawers have wooden knobs. The drawers measure 4 1/2" x 4 1/2".
Price: SOLD THANK YOU!
Here (3) three wooden butter stamps each with a different fern design. They measure 3 3/4 in. to 3 1/2 in. in diameter. All are in very good condition. One the darkest wooden stamp has a flaw on the back of the stamp which does not interfere with the mold
Price: $85 SALE
Here is a great painted bowl, a bit out of round, measuring 14 1/2 to 15 inches in diameter and 3 1/3 inches high. It has a small wired repair on one edge. The paint if not original looks early.
Price: SALE PENDING
This early painted (red over blue) rectangular storage basket measures 7 in long by 5 inches from front to back and 3 inches deep. It is a nice early shade of red with some blue peeking through where the red has worn off. It is in very good condition with just a bit of the lashing around the top missing. I think the design is called plaiting.
Price: SALE $350
Here is a wonderful 18th c single tin candle sconce with the punched design of a shield on the back plate. The top of the sconce has a crimped design, It is cleated on the underside, It is in very good used condition and measures 14 in. tall, 4 3/4 in. wide and 4 in. out from the wall.
This 18th century Rush Light with Candle Socket / Counterweight, Tabletop, Tripod Base, Spade Feet is by an unknown maker. It measures 11 inches tall and is 4 inches wide. It has allover pitting, good color, and functioning jaws. ( I believe that the "make-do" candle holder is really the counterweight and it has been used as a light by fastening ( melting wax and using this as the" glue" ) to hold the candle in place.
Price: $450 SALE $398
This tin wall sconce is unusual since it has a double wall where the candle fits in. It also has a nice crimped top edge. It is not cleated. This sconce measures 8 1/2 in tall and 4 in. wide. It has an old surface. Shipping is $7.
This 10 inch by 5 inch tall painted box has its original Windsor green paint. The clasp at the top is wire as are the hinges. Nice old patina. The inside is very clean. There is a small area on the side of paint loss but it does not distract from the piece.
Price: $145 + s
Here is a nice old tin match Safe in blue paint which I believe is original. The match holder has the striker on the very bottom. It is 4 1/2 inches wide by nearly 3 inches in height. It is in good used condition.
Price: $19 SALE
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