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! I try to list one item every day at 7 PM EDT.
This huge pantry box is thick-walled and measures 14-1/2" x 12" x 7-1/2" tall. It has old if not original green paint including the bottom. Natural inside and nails are irregular iron. It dates to mid to late 1800's. Condition is good with one sliver of wood missing from top and some white paint sprinkles on top.. More photos available.
This rye basket has sloped sides so not a cover. It has nice color (photo taken with flash so lighter than it actually is) and only one area of rim wrap missing (see second photo). It measures 16-1/2" diameter x 2" deep. Nice early piece and rather rare size. More photos available.
This little painting of fruit is on academy board and is nicely detailed. It measures 14-3/4" x 7-3/4". It is signed in the lower right corner with initials and a date of 1906 (I think) that is hard to make out. Very nicely executed.
I've owned this for about 20 years. Three hand-cut hearts, border with hand-colored heart. Signed with date 1986 so 32 years old. Imprint on back says, "Sabbath Day American Folk Art". Wired for hanging. Oak frame measures 15-1/2" x 6-1/2". It has a blue background (sorry for the flash reflection).
These two little candle holders are perfect for that lantern that lost its candle cup. They are early. The round one has a bit of rust, easily cleaned. Free Shipping
It's unusual to find leather books in this light color. The books are The Life of Longfellow, volumes I and II. The paper is thick hand-cut. If any interest, message me to see more photos. Wonderful for decorating.
This tambourine is old, I would say at least 50 years. It has great blue paint, hide/skin head and oxidized metal noise-making disks. Original decorative ribbon. It measures 7-7/8" in diameter. Would look great hanging on the wall.
I have a source in PA that searches for Amish hats for me. This one is size 7-1/8 and marked, "Flying Cloud Hat", "Lancaster Co. PA". In lightly used, excellent condition. Perfect for your peg rack!
This stool is from the late 1800's but reminds me of Pilgrim-style designs. It has turned legs and the best part is the original leather covering on the top, held but large brass studs. It measures 10" diameter at the top x 12" splay x 12-1/4" tall.
This early apple bank has its original two-tone paint and molded stem, top and bottom. It is in good condition with some "in the making" glaze scrapes and rubs. The coin slot appears to have been chipped a bit. Still a nice solid fruit bank. 3-1/4" wide x 3" tall.
This early little slide-top box is amazing. It is carved out of one piece of wood. The slide top even has its little thumb notch. It is probably for matches or just a whimsey by a talented carver. It measures only 3-1/4" long x 1-3/8" wide x 1-1/8" tall. Free Shipping.
I believe this pewter charger is American; there are no hallmarks or touchmarks. There are initials B W in fancy script on the bottom. I'd date this to late 1700's to early 1800's. One OLD repair (see 2nd photo). It measures just a tad under 15" in diameter. It sits flat but there are old dents on the edges. Great look!
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