THE MUSTARD SEED
Welcome, to the Mustard Seed. We have been dealers and collectors for the past 30 years. We specialize in 18th & 19th-century primitives & early country antiques in original paint & surface. Treenware, furniture, and red paint are among a few of our favorites. We accept Square, Zelle, PayPal & checks. We are happy to offer you a simple layaway plan that will work for you. Email with questions or give us a call. (Store Credit Only)
This early straw stuffed horse does have wear, but it is so warm and full of character. It dates back to the early 19th century, straw stuffed, does have wood showing. It was found at a primitive show.
This came from a private collector, fresh to the market, wonderful with scalloped ends. The rack measures 17 " x 20" x 5", it shows the normal wear of use for its age. The spoon rack comes complete with 15 pewter spoons, and a mortar & pestle. Wonderful hanging!
This was exciting, something you don't come across very often. It was part of a private collection, and fresh to the market. The original attic surface on the wooden mirror is late 18th Century or early 19th-century. This is not a reproduction. The dimensions: 8 3/4" x 3 3/4, and the overall condition is good. There is silver separating on one side of the glass, and normal wear from age and use.
What a beautiful hand Etched Silver cup. Found in MA believe it to be English. We have 3 different sizes. They make wonderful wedding gifts.
This piece came from a private collection in VA. It dates to the late 18th century. The early rush light with a weighted clip and hand-hewn base. The dimensions are 42" tall, there are normal age cracks to wood and minor pitting to iron. Shipping will be determined with your zip code.
This absolutely fantastic wood bowl is approximately 10 1/2 " and 4 " H. The patina and original surface is amazing. Dry and tight, this is a New England find. Price includes shipping
18th c. Original Paint wood Barn lantern has been in private collection over 15 yrs, Very good condition for age, NE origin. The size 13.5 " x 7" x 6".
A fine early 19th-century wood spice box which was handcrafted. The corners are dovetailed, small cut nails, finger joints to slide open the box. Inside the box, you will find eleven separate units to store the spices. The surface is original and has excellent patina.
This utilitarian 19th-century wooden staved pail with original red paint and grey on the inside. You rarely see this size, 9" H x 7" D. The surface is wonderful!
A 19th-century wood box that has been constructed with t- nails. Original attic surface, hand wire hinge, hand-planed lid, and great patina. Box measures 10 1/2" x 4 "x 5 ". The inside is even better it has some old newspaper still attached to the top, and a handwritten signature. It also has a partial cloth still intact above. There is a repair near the lid on back.
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