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Early 1800's. Flip lids on two sides. Mixed nail construction of rose head, square nails. Hardwood possibly butternut. Meant for hanging to keep critters away. Well loved and used with a small chipped break on bottom to one side. Charming scalloped carved center. 11" x 9" x 4".
Cream ware blue banded milk ewer (mocha ware family). Circa 1830. Pearl ware glaze. Robin's egg blue band. Great condition with minor stain on bottom rim (put on an old stove I should think)...no chips or cracks. Measures 8" handle to rim x 9" height.
Late 19th c candy container with original paper plug. In great original bright color condition except for whole has small broken chip (see pic 2). Plug is marked GERMANY and fits snug in the bottom. 5 1/2" x 5" x 4"
Warm honey color patina. Pine circa 1840-50. Canted sides with a canted lip around base. Square nails throughout the base. Utensil scratches and a missing knothole on base. Solid. No repairs or cracks.
Ships gray painted wall/clock box. Circa 1880-90. Add a shelf and it's a small curio cupboard. Old round nails, pine, 1/2" dovetailed mortised construction with a c hook latch and tin hanger on back. Old and worn and country/primitive the way we like it!
Charming fancy design on front and back. No gate mark but I would guess this to be around 1870-80's or older. Nice warm dark patina. Solid item. 9" x 5" x 1"
Hard to find with old square nails. Very sturdy and can be used today. Looks to be homemade. Loved and well used. Mid 1800's. 13' x 4 1/2".
Probably English. 1700's. Well used with some scrapes and bumps as expected but no serious damage. Original creamware insert which is RARE to find. Measures 10" x 4".
Hearty 1800's dark patina hardwood treen turned jar or box in dry surface Great condition with a very minor small flea bit on inner rim of cover and outer rim of jar On base is a red and white sticker marked "Murita Wood" Order free 5' x 2 1/2"
Warm dark honey tone maple funnel American 1700's, used with tiny flea bite on spout and pouring rim NO CRACKS 7" x 4 1/2"
American white ironstone serving/bread tray with embossed wheat design on inner rim and motto on outer rim "Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread" Good bright white condition with crazing and slight use/wear (flea bite/speck on rim at 11oclock in first pic) and VERY minor stain in center Large size 13" x 10" x 2" Circa 1880-90
Charming blue painted apple tray for gathering or serving. Mortised/butt joint construction with round nails. Old crack on side by handle. Circa 1900-20. Large size 18" x 11" x 5".
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