Fox Hollow Antiques
Hi, and welcome to foxhollows online antique shop. I have been in this wonderful business since the mid 1980s. After years in an open shop I enjoyed setting up at various shows, my most favorite being Heart of Country. This venue will be a new way for me to continue being a part of something I truly enjoy. I'm drawn to an item by its form, patina and its construction. Knowing the history of a piece makes it even better. I will do my best to accurately describe an item and if you are not 100% happy with your purchase I will accept its return within a three day period for the full price less shipping charge. A reasonable offer on an item will be taken into consideration and I will happily put it in layaway for 3 months. I will accept a personal check but it must clear before your purchase is mailed. I will also accept PayPal. Thank you and enjoy your visit. WELCOME SPRING! AND WITH IT I'M HAVING MY SPRING SALE. EVERY ITEM IS ON SALE AT 25% OFF THE LISTED PRICE. THANKS FOR LOOKING AND HAVE A GREAT DAY. SYLVIA
Late 19th century carved and paint decorated pin cushion in the form of a Victorian shoe. Paint decorated in brown, green and red. The cushion is still intact but there is a chip at the front top by cushion. Otherwise, there is the typical wear from use. It measures 5 3/4 inches tall and 5 1/2 inches from toe to back,
Price: 185.00-plus shipping
This unique wall box was made for a particular reason with the glass front and a sliding back door to access the interior. It measures 18 inches tall to top of hanger and is 6 3/4 inches wide. I'm not certain of the wood but the construction is quite nice with small and cut nails seen through out. It looks wonderful with one of the battery operated candles inside. If interested, I would be happy to send more pics. Sorry about the glare on the glass front....also there is not a line as showing on the glass.
Price: 155.00 plus shipping
Handle-less cup with saucer hand painted using strong red, green and blue in the Adam Rose pattern. I have four cups and saucers available. There are a few tiny chips hardly noticeable on the rim of cup, no cracks but as in this tableware made in the mid to late 1800s the kiln marks are noticeable. There are no markings on the bottom.
Price: Each set ( cup and saucer ) is $ 45.00 plus shipping
I have 5 of these wonderful soup bowls. Each are marked with the made in Belgium logo on the bottom and measure 11 inches across. The colors of red, green and blue are bold using the technique of " stick spatter" and hand painted leaves and flowers on a white soft paste ceramicware. This type of tableware was made for the vast market in Europe and America in the mid to late 1800s. There are no chips or cracks but as in this type of ceramicware the kiln marks are noticeable.
Price: Each: $ 135.00 plus shipping and insurance .... SET of five: $ 600.00
This utilitarian tableware, Adam Rose, was made in the late 1800s to satisfy a vast market in Europe and America. Bold colors of red, blue and green were hand painted on a white soft paste china in the folky rose and leaf pattern. I have 11 plates measuring 9 1/4 inches. There are no chips or cracks but as in most of these pieces the kiln marks are evident. No markings....each plate is $ 50.00, plus shipping
Price: 50.00 each plus shipping and insurance ( if several are shipped at once)
I say well loved and used because the bowl of the trencher is as smooth as glass. There were handles but have been lost over the years of use and there is a hole for hanging it out of the way. I've noticed one tiny crack that has been secured with a square-head nail, hardly noticeable. This trencher measures 26 inches long by 13 1/2 inches wide by 3 1/2 inches high. Such a neat primitive.
Price: 135.00 plus shipping
This is a great primitive for your collection. I do not know the wood it was carved from but it is carved as one piece including the handles. There is a hairline crack running through one handle down about 8 inches. The overall length of the trencher is 25 inches and that includes the handles. The width is 12 1/2 inches and it is 3 1/2 inches high. There are traces of black paint.
Price: 175.00 plus shipping
This double spoon rack made of oak comes from England and is from the early 1800s. At the base is a lidded candle/salt box. It measures 13 1/2 inches wide by 5 3/4 inches deep by 18 3/4 inches high. It's in good condition given the age and retains a dark patina. I'm including the 5 pewter spoons which are heavy and early. They are not signed. If you desire more pics, I will be happy to text them to you. Second pic is one of the hinges on the box.
Price: 295.00 plus shipping
Nice 8 1/4 inches tall hog scraper candle holder, mid to late 1800s. This iron candle holder shows a lot of ware but all is intact. The finger tab is in good shape as is the mechanism to raise and lower the candle and all is secured on bottom with the nut and bolt
Price: 95.00 plus shipping
This is such a unique wooden match holder in old black paint with a strike area that has tacked on sandpaper to strike and light the match. It measures 8 1/2 inches tall and 3 1/2 inches wide. Nice fireplace accessory from early 1900s.
Price: 45.00 plus shipping
Nicely carved toy horse on a platform with wheels. It measures from head to tail 6 inches and from ears to bottom of wheels 7 1/2 inches. The platform on which it is secured by small nails measures 7 by 3 inches. The two back wheels are damaged as is the horses right hoof. I would date this carving to late 1800s or early 1900s.
Price: 95.00 plus shipping
This wonderful basket measures 12 1/2 inches in across the opening and is 11 inches to top of handle. It is in excellent condition with just a few weavers broken on the bottom. The handle is secured going all the way around body of basket. You can see that wires (which are now rusted with age) were placed where the handle meets the rim for added strength. This basket was never painted, it has a beautiful patina.
Price: 150.00 plus shipping
This is a most excellent early painted basket. It measures 11 inches across the opening and is approximately 9 inches high to top of handle. Weavers are intact with a few broken at the rim and the handle is secured all the way around. The sage green paint is original to the basket.
Price: 225.00 plus shipping
smallest c. 1893 and covered with blue and white early homespun..35.00....middle c. 1900, covered with early brown and red homespun...45.00....largest c. 1929, covered with early blue (faded) calico...45.00....If you would like to purchase all three the price would be 110.00....free shipping..... Please message me for more info and pics
Price: check description for pricing....thanks
This heavy hand wrought iron candle holder was made for a particular purpose given the way it was constructed. Notice the spike which could be driven into rock or wood and the base with one side squared off. Also it was made to have the ability to raise or lower the candle. Great piece measuring 6 1/2 " tall. Other pics available if interested.
Price: 135.00 plus shipping
This had to have been well loved and used as indicated by the worn surface. Over the years it has developed a crack that runs a little beyond half way starting at the spout end. There is also a wire around the spout area for hanging out of the way. The back shows the hand carved shape. It measures from the tip of spout to the tip of handle 25 1/2 " X roughly 8 1/2 " X 4 1/2" H
Price: 110.00 plus shipping
Late 1800-early 1900s chalkware spaniel with bennington glaze. There are no cracks but a lot of ware to the glaze. It stands 8 1/4" and the base measures 6 " X 4 1/4 "
Price: 45.00 plus shipping
This mid to late 19th century candle box is constructed with small nails and is slightly canted with traces of bittersweet paint. The height to the top of the handle is 13 inches and at the top of the opening it measures 7 inches deep and 6 1/2 inches wide.
Price: 215.00 plus shipping
This early lidded basket, most likely Indian and from the NE area, is nicely woven with just a few of the oak splints broken , one being on the corner of the lid and another on the bottom. The colors on this basket have soften to a muted green, brown and natural hue. There is a small stain inside on the bottom. The basket measures 9" long X 5" wide X 6" tall. I have more pics available if needed.
Price: 275.00 plus shipping
This wonderful flag was made in the WWI to WWII time frame and was possibly made from a kit. It is in excellent condition with no tears or thread loss. The colors are vivid and please notice the stars which are flower-like in shape and are crocheted through. It measures 23 inches in width and 41 inches in length. A little history: The 48 star flag became official in 1912 when New Mexico and Arizona became states.
Price: 925.00 plus shipping
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