Jacob Dorn Dairy Farm Antiques
I am Sherry Spehar.My business,Jacob Dorn Dairy Farm,is named after my great grandfather.He was a dairy farmer from Huntington, W Va.My loves are good country antiques,textiles,and Native American.Occasionally.I will offer furniture on this site. ******************************************************************** * Questions and extra picture requests are welcomed. * Layaways are available * Paypal is preferred but checks and money orders are fine. * Returns for any reason are accepted,as long as the item is returned in the same condition as sent.Also, I must be notified within 1 week of your receipt. * Normal shipment is USPS ,but UPS and Fedex are available.Shipping is not included in the price.
Roberts Centre, Wilmington, Ohio, 9a-3p. Watch this site for some happy changes afterward.
Measures abt 7.5" across.In great shape,except for one weaver that split but is intact.I would date this to about the 1960's-1970's.Very clean.Would hold ragballs, stone fruit.I have an early stone banana that I will include with the basket.Pretty patina.
Iron clamps range from 3" to abt 3 1/2" wide.These were blacksmith made.Attached to quilt frames to secure a quilt for sewing.Penna Dutch/Deutch made for the quilting bees.All screws move easily.Minimal rust on some.$100 for all 8.Can be purchased singly or in pairs for $20 each and $40 for a pair.Scarce.
Price: $100 for all, $20 for pair, $10 each + shipping
The picture measures 7 1/2" x 7 1/2".It is a silk square from an 1880's Victorian crazy quilt,log cabin pattern.Embroidered American eagle protecting our shield.The image is framed in mourning black silk strips.Some silk deterioration of the upper blue corners.A very special textile.
Measures 30" w, 31" h. 31" d.Wood is red painted over green base.Tins are in a star and shield pattern.There is some tin loss on the back bottom tins.The tins have their original surface.One top hangar has split and would need to be repaired.otherwise in good condition.There is a shelf inside.You can pick this up in my Michigan home or arrange for your own shipper.Extra pics upon request.
Measures approx 36" long and 9 1/2" wide,weighs approx 5 lbs.Paint is good and has the normal amount of wear.This was found at a retired military base in Delaware that was being cleaned out.I have found some shipping rates for this,but will have them verified before the shipping is quoted.
Price: $290 on sale for $225,firm
Measures 6" high with a 2 1/2" base.Ironwood is an exceptionally dense,heavy wood.Lovely stripped grain that resembles birch.There is a thin surface crack on the side,as pictured.The rest is in excellent condition.Dense as burl, and as rare too.
Price: $150 on sale for $125,firm
Measures 4" wide and 3 3/4" wide.No damage.Lovely wood patina.Drain hole at the bottom is fine and the metal bands are patinated and tight.
Price: $125, on sale for $115 firm
Measures 8" wide, 4" high.Dark red with a few pictured losses.Handle moves freely.Lovely wear.
Price: $175 on sale for $150, firm
Exceptionally clean and in excellent shape.Measures 14 1/2" long and 8 1/2" wide.Glued on label depicts 5 Victorian children at play with their dog.The inside is pale bentwood and looks like it was not opened very much.The lacing is intact.I noticed 1 peg missing from the base and 1 from the lid.The painted tulips are fine.There is a rubbing abt 2 inches on the lid.I will be away till 9-21,but can still answer questions. and can take more pics on my return.The box is a lovely red that would be a nice gift for a Christmas wedding.
Price: $350 on sale for $295
Measures 9 1/2" wide by 5 1/2" tall.This laminated,sides and bottom only. maple butcher block table weighs in at a hefty 5 lbs.Stamped on the bottom, Michigan Maple Block Company, Petoskey, Michigan.This company made end grain laminated butcher blocks for commercial meat cutting.The company in 1903 also made butcher blocks for commercial food service tables and residential services. The company dated back to 1881,sadly closed down in April,2020 during the Covid epidemic.Up until then the family owned company was experiencing slim profit margins.Sadly, it was vulnerable to the changed economic climate that fell others in the same boat.Interesting table with skillfully wood welded mortises and side circle designs.Purchased from the granddaughter in Howell,Michigan of the original owner.
Price: $350 On Sale for $275
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