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!!
Today will be my last listing until 7/8. I'm having company over the holiday and I may be slower getting back to you. I hope you all have the best holiday! Stay safe and please take a moment to honor our flag!
Offering a wooden cutting board with nice detail. Cut marks and nice honest wear with no cracks. Measures 16-1/2" x 8-1/2" x 3/4" thick. No paint on edges.
Price: 18.00 Free Shipping
Offering a stunning painting of fruit executed in a modernistic style but dating to mid 1900's. It is unsigned. Painted on academy board and framed. The frame has blemishes and could use a cleaning. 22-1/2" x 17".
Offering a most unique piece, from a private collection of antiques here in Michigan. I think this is a fancy escutcheon although I'm unclear why the ring at the top. Beautiful iron work. 8-1/2" tall x 6-1/8" wide. Hang on the wall for quite a conversation piece.
Offering a small oval wallpaper box from a private collection here in Michigan. It measures 7" wide x 5-1/4" x 3-5/8" tall. Plain inside with foxing. Wear to paper on side of top as shown in photo #2. Circa mid to late 1800's.
Offering a hand carved coot decoy from the Outer Banks of North Carolina. 8" long. Weighted bottom.
Offering a skaters lantern in excellent clean condition with no cracks or chips in the glass.
Offering a hand-made trencher with NO varnish only raw wood. Great carving marks! NO cracks or hairlines. 21-1/4" x 8-3/4". Not an import. Primitive at its best!
Offering an early powder horn with turned wooden end and wonderfully carved other end. No little plug but easily replaceable. 11" long.
Price: 58.00 Free Shipping
Offering a tin tinder box complete with striker, flint, damper, and candle holder on the top. 4-1/8" diameter. Solid condition with some oxidation.
Offering a 27" long whisk-style broom with nice turned handle and wired. Hanging hole.
Offering a one of a kind, homemade shredder made from a board with wonderful patina and original fabric ribbon for hanging. 20-1/2" x 3-1/4".
Offering to pieces of spongeware. First, Nice blue and white pitcher with bulbous shape. 8-1/2" tall. One tight hairline on one side. Second, a Red Wing Bowl in blue and orange sponge. No damage. &' x 4" tall.
Price: 25.00 Each & Shipping
Offering an iron hogscraper candlestick. It never had a chair hook and is missing its riser. 7" tall. Dates to mid 1800's. Free Shipping!!
Price: 25.00 Free Shipping
Offering a 9-3/4" tall canner or wax sealer made by Donaghho of West Virginia. No hairlines or cracks.
Offering a 5-3/4" round pantry box with delightful color. Pegged and irregular iron nailed construction. Imprinted letter B on the bottom. Oak sides and maple top/bottom.
Offering a small brass pail with original surface and iron handle. It is marked on the bottom, HIRAM (HAYDEN), WATER(BURY) CONN. PATENT _____61. The Meriden and Waterbury areas of Connecticut were known for brass fabrication in the mid 1800's. Measures only 7-1/4" diameter at the top x 4-1/2" tall.
Offering a redware jar with no glaze on the outside and Albany glaze on the inside. No chips or cracks. Great size for woodenware utensils. 6-1/2" diameter at the top x 6-1/4" tall. (woodenware shown is available in a separate listing).
Offering a State of Connecticut pay chit for Capt. James Robbins for nine shillings and four pence. Signed by four Committee men. Dated March 8, 1782. Signed and info on back also. Comes in a glass and cardboard flat showcase. Free Shipping
Price: 58.00 Free Shipping
Offering a small pewter inkwell dating to the mid 1800's. It has its original porcelain cup for ink. Comes with a pheasant feather.
Offering a cool cane, natural surface (never varnished) and great hand carved head. Sometimes called a Shillelagh. 39" long.
Offering three candle molds, all 12 tubes but very different configurations. Two 10" and one 8". No damage, just normal wear. Handles tight and nice dark patina. Instant Collection!
Offering an early piece of lighting with nice patina. It is missing the insert for wicks. 6-1/2" diameter pan and 7" tall.
Offering a mid 1800's redware dish from PA. It measures 9-1/4" diameter x 1-1/4" deep. NO cracks or chips. Some glaze missing from use. Nice pumpkin color!
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