Connecticut Yankee Antiques
I have been in the antiques business since 1982, am originally from Connecticut and now living in Michigan. My first love is Americana and country smalls and sell at Midwest shows and sometimes on ebay under ID ctyankee6. I travel to New England twice a year for choice antiques. I want you to be pleased with your purchase so additional photos of items upon request (prices below do not include shipping) I ship Priority Mail insured (USA sales only). I do offer returns within 3 days of receipt. Please email me first. I do not refund shipping costs. Michigan residents add 6% sales tax, or provide MI tax number. I accept checks (must hold until clear), money orders or Paypal (preferred). All offers considered. Thank you for visiting!!
The possibilities are endless for this large lot of bronze buttons. They date to late 1600's to early 1700's. Different patterns. First photo with flash, second without. 3/8" - 1/2"
Price: 65.00 Free Shipping
Offering a unique liquor bottle, etched on all four sides, rough pontil and original cork. 3-3/4" x 2-1/2" x 8" tall. Air bubbles in the making with one 1" internal hairline from one bubble.
Price: 18.00 Free Shipping
Offering an English pewter mug, marked ENGLAND with 4 touchmarks on the bottom. 4" tall. No dents, some minor tarnishing on fancy handle.
Price: 25.00 Free Shipping
Offering a 5-1/2" turned treen plate with a clump of miniature (1/2") vivid green grapes with chunky wooden stem. One chip on plate.
Offering an early pantry box in natural surface. Maple sides and pine top and bottom. Pegged with overlapping "fingers" and remnants of old paper label on back. The box measures 6-1/2" x 5-7/8" x 2-1/2" tall. All original and no damage.
Offering an early little basket, measuring only 5" x 4" x 3-1/2" tall. Twist handle and pleasuring nutmeg brown color. No damage. Free Shipping
Offering 3 early bottles, priced separately. L to R. 1700's Dutch onion bottle. cloudy iridescence inside, No cracks, $185. Blown green liquors bottle, very high pontil, $35. Labeled Booth's Old Tom bottle. Lots of air bubbles. $45.
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Maine-found. 8-3/4" diameter x 5-1/2" tall. Iron nails and wooden pegs. Original handle and surface. One sliver of wood out of top.
Offering an early mold, measuring 8-1/2" x 6-1/4" x 4-3/4" tall. No chips or cracks. Proper roughness on the bottom. Not signed.
This is the smallest piece of Peaseware that the Pease Family of Ohio made. It is hand-turned maple with no damage and original finish. 1-5/8" diameter at the top x 1" tall. Free shipping
Price: 65.00 Free Shipping
Circa mid 1800's. Oak sides with maple top and bottom. Pegged with irregular iron nails. Carved B on bottom. Hard to find size, 5-3/4" diameter x 2-5/8" tall.
Offering a A.P. Donaghho, Parkersburg, WV canner, sometimes called a wax sealer. 9-3/4" tall. No cracks or hairlines. One OLD chip on underside of rim, on the back.
Pleasing painting of snow in the country. 17" x 11". No rips or tears. Normal crackle. 1800's.
This shallow bowl is a great smaller size, 11" x 10-1/4" x 2-1/2" deep. Best turnings and best Spanish Red paint, inside and out. Hole for hanging. One 1-1/4" tight hairline.
Price: 75.00 Sale $65.00
Great large treen butter worker, measuring 9-3/4" long. Beat part s the painted scene, showing a saltbox house, trees, man and wagon, blue sky and green grass. No cracks or damage.
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