Nancy E Perna Antiques
I have been collecting antiques for 35 years. Living in Pennsylvania all my life I was exposed to wonderful things, and my collection has grown over the years. Several years ago I started selling antiques part-time. I participated in about 3 or 4 shows a year and had space in 2 antique shops in Lancaster County, PA. I took a break from selling for several years, and now I've decided to open an on-line shop at Dig Antiques. My interests include things from early childhood, folk art, americana, early smalls, etc. I prefer to be paid by check or money order. PA residents add 6% sales tax. I charge shipping unless otherwise stated. I try to give a detailed description and condition on each item. If you need more pictures or have any questions you can call or e-mail me. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return the item within 3 days for a full refund minus shipping and insurance. Be sure to check all 3 photos on each item listed.
Here is an early German or Pennsylvania composition squeak toy dove in original paint. It measures 4 1/2" long by 4 3/4" high. It has leather bellows and it still squeaks!
Price: $285 free shipping
This tiny Steiff cat is only 5 inches long, including the tail, and is 3 inches tall. It has glass eyes and the original button in the ear. It is in excellent condition with only light wear.
Here is a Pennsylvania woven splint egg basket in a melon form with God's Eye ends. It has a bentwood handle with a bentwood wrapped rim. The dimensions are 10 1/2" x 10 3/4" x 9 1/4" high. It is in very good condition, with a minor break in one splint on side and one on the God's Eye.
This Pennsylvania-German rooster squeak toy was made in Pennsylvania around 1850-1900, mostly in the Lancaster County area. This one is in nice original condition. It stands on wire legs which move when the bellows are pushed down. The squeaker also works. There is a paper written in German on the bottom. It stands 4 3/4"" high and is 2 3/4" long. It is in excellent condition.
Here is a wonderful, early, carved pair of wooden candelabra. They stand an impressive 15 3/4" high x 12" wide, and retain their original mottled green, black, and yellow paint. They are light in weight, in spite of their size. They were purchased many years ago from The John Gordon Gallery in New York City, and retain the original gallery sticker on the base. I've had them in my collection for many years. They are wonderful objects for the Americana and folk art collector!
This early Quaker marking sampler measures 7 3/4" x 5 7/8". There are sets of the alphabet and numbers in different scripts. There is also a deer and a duck. The frame is made of tin with a nice leaf decoration. The condition is excellent, with minor fading. There are no holes or foxing.
19th century silhouette of a gentleman - the Honorable Solorary Muller, signed, August Amant Edouart. fait 1839. It is in a very early, if not original, gilt frame which measures 12" x 10 1/2". It has been conservation mounted. The condition is excellent!.
This Etruscan Majolica creamer, in the "Wild Rose" pattern, was made by the Griffen, Smith, and Hill Company in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania between 1879 and 1889. It is 4 1/2" high and stamped GSH on the bottom. It also has a butterfly spout, which makes it more desirable. It is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks.
This cake stand was made in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, my home town, by the Griffen, Smith, and Hill Company between 1879 and 1889. They were noted for their beautiful Majolica pottery. This cake stand is in the Maple Leaf pattern. It measures 9 1/4" wide and 5 1/4" high. There is a stamp of GSH, the logo for the company, on the bottom. It is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks.
Here is a great pair of a carved donkey and elephant representing the Democratic and Republican political parties. They were carved and polychrome painted in 1931 by Fred Hull of North Carolina. They are both 4 1/2” tall. Included is a copy of a newspaper article with his obituary and information about his life. They are both initialed "FH" and dated '31. More photos are available if needed.
Here is a 19th century wooden bowl with wonderful old indigo blue paint. You can see traces of an early red wash under the blue paint. There is a natural patina on the inside. The bowl is thick wood and heavy with no cracks or splits and a nice wide band around the top. It is out-of-round by 1 1/4 inches. The dimensions are 17 1/4" x 16" x 5 1/4" tall.
This great little folk art rag doll is 9 1/2" tall, including the hat. She has a stitched mouth and eyes and a sculpted nose. All the clothes are hand stitched and sewn onto the doll. Her wig is also stitched on. There is a slip and pantaloons under her skirt. She is hard stuffed.
This brushed cobalt crock lid is 8 3/4" in diameter. It is in excellent condition with only 2 minor chips to the underside rim on back. It is very unusual to find a lid in such good condition!
Here is a nice early splint egg basket in early red paint. I don’t believe the paint is as old as the basket, but it is the original paint and very old. The basket measures about 9 1/2” long and 7” wide and 8” tall, including the handle. There are a few minor breaks which don’t detract from the beauty of the basket.
This Merrythought bear was made in England between 1920 - 1930. He is 16" tall and has the original label on his foot. He is swivel jointed at the head, arms, and legs. He shows typical wear and his squeaker doesn't work.
Miniature German cloth horse with great detail. Glass eyes. 3" long, 3" tall. Excellent condition.
Price: $125 Free Shipping!
Child’s “Punch” tea set by Charles Allerton & Sons England circa 1890. There are 17 pieces- a teapot, cream and sugar, waste bowl, 4 cups and saucers, and 4 plates. One cup and creamer have a faint hairline. Otherwise, excellent condition.
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