Davana Farm Antiques
Jen and I have lived in the Central New York region for the greater part of our lives, an area that has a rich antiques history. We have been selling our wares at various CNY events and are currently selling out of a wonderful antique shop in Bouckville, NY, "The Depot". This is our first experience selling our antiques on the internet and are pleased with the format Dig Antiques offers. We specialize in early country, primitives, folkart and other various antique accessories. Terms & Conditions: Method of payment is check or money order only. New York State residents must pay 8% sales tax unless a valid NYS resale certificate is provided.. Buyer pays for shipping and insurance costs. We guarantee each antique as represented. If a piece is not, in the buyers opinion, represented properly or fairly the piece can be returned within 3 days as long as it is in the same condition as when it was shipped. Additional information/photos can be requested at any time. Email is the best way to contact us. Paul and Jen Hotchkiss
One of a kind unique whirligig of a man rowing a boat. Construction consisting of various woods and metal (boat made of copper), with great colors. The base I believe is made of burl wood. This piece measures approximately 12”h x 12”l.
Early large 12 compartment sliding lid spice box in green paint with square nail construction. Measures 18 1/2” l x 10 1/4” w x 4” w.
Early oval pantry box with lapped finger construction. Measures 4 3/4” x 3 1/2”w x 1 3/4”h.
Vintage woven paint decorated box of Asian descent. Measures 12”l x 9 1/2”w x 4 1/2”h.
Vintage Dobbs fifth ave. New York derby hat. This hat was made to be sold by Wells & Coverly merchant in Syracuse New York . Presented in a Royal Stetson box. Hat inside measurements are 6 1/2” w x 8” l.
Wonderful oval pantry box with stitched seam construction. Measures 4 1/2”l x 3 1/2”w x 2” h.
D.M. FEERY & CO.’S flower seeds. Wooden oak , dovetailed and paper label. Ca. 1906. Measures 11 1/2” w x 7” d x 4” h.
Price: SOLD Thank you
Indian head national oil pressure gauge. Used for early motorcycle or automobile. Measures 2 1/4” round.
Early double block and tackle wood pulley. Measures 8” ( top of hook to bottom) x 3 3/4” w.
1930’s Cyclone seed sower by the cyclone seed co. Of Urbana, Indiana in original red paint. Measures18”l x 6 1/4”w.
Pair of late 18th c. to early 19th c. Hand wrought pancake strap hinges. Hudson Valley ? Measure 20” long.
Large Roseville yellowware mixing bowl with blue bands. Stamped 168 on bottom. Great condition. Measures 14 1/4” across x 6” h.
19th century wood bowl in Spanish brown paint with one tight hairline on rim. Measures 14 3/4”d x 4 1/2” h.
Rare handcrafted crow wooden maple sugar candy mold. Measures11 1/2” l x 5 3/4” w x 1 1/2” thick.
Antique ogee framed mahogany mirror. Beautiful grain. Unusual small size. Measures 10 1/4” x 12 1/2”.
Large 19th century painted blue bowl with late 19th century or possibly early 20th century paint in good condition. Measures 24” in diameter.
Lighthouse and cottage doorstop. National Foundry, Whitman Massachusetts. Ca1925. Measures6 1/4”h x 3 7/8”w x 7 7/8”l.
Wonderful stoneware crock with a strong cobalt blue design. Measures 8 3/4” tall x 7 1/2” across.
Pair of early 19th century hog scraper candlesticks. Penny tabs push ups are stamped “ Shaw Birm , made in Birmingham England and both are in working order. Both measure 7” h.
Circa WW1 folk art pencil drawing of Uncle Sam copied from sheet music. Signed L.L.B. Perhaps a school child’s art project. Measures 12 1/2” x 16 1/2”.
Rare roll (12) of Stickley labels ca. 1916 - 1919. Gustav Stickley joins L.& J. G. Stickley to form Stickley associated cabinetmakers. They symbolized the merger by joining the craftsman’s joiners compass with the L.& J.G handscrews.
Mid 19th century full length view of a woman with gold highlights. Inscribed ( wife Charlotte Bird) on back. Unusual with blue background. Measures 10”w x 13 1/4”h.
Vintage 1935 KICK - BACK pinball game. Nice lithographs with great color and in working order. Great piece for a wall hanger for your game room. Measures 24”h x 14”w.
Quimper mush cup ( farmers cup ). Henriot Quimper France 7759. Saucer measures 8 1/2”, mug 5 3/4” across and 4” h. Excellent condition.
Ca. 1930’s nesting mixing bowl set. Red wing pottery,gypsy trail reed pattern. All in good condition.
1924 paper mache Easter hen on a nest candy container. Very rare to find in unused and very fine condition.
19th century round pantry box oxidized to black color. Measures 3- 3/8”h x 6 -1/8” diameter. Nice addition to your collection.
Framed set of four hand painted delft tiles forming an image of a standing cow in pasture with birds in the background. Dates ca. 18th century. The wood frame with break in wood tiles all in very good condition. Each tile is 5” square. Frame size is 10 1/4” x 10 3/4”.
Six 20th century nautical international code signal flags. Very suitable for framing. Flags range from 9” to 11” wide.
Ca. 19th century dovetailed cutlery in brown paint. Original dry finish and cut out handle. Worn in all the right places! Measures 15 1/4”l x 9 1/2”w x 6” h. The base measures 7 3/8”w x 13 1/4”l.
Very nicely done folk / tramp box. Intricately done, one of a kind piece. Made of wood , cloth , and paper with an attached handle on top. Measures 3”h x 8 1/4”l x 5”w.
Early framed calligraphy of a peacock on a blue background. Nice example of this particular art form. Measures 12” x 12”.
Miniature oval pantry box. Lid and body pressed together, no nailing. Very unique box. Measures1 3/4”h x 4” across.
19th century Rockingham chocolate glazed curly haired spaniel on a pedestal. Condition overall very good, but does have chips on pedestal base.( more photos available on request). Measures 11” h x ( 8 1/2” x 6” pedestal).
Rare vintage Laflin & Rand gunpowder tin , Hercules Powder Co. The tin has the original paper label and is empty. Condition is exceptional and complete retaining it’s screw cap. Measurements are 6” h x 4”w.
19th century Bentwood spice box set with large exterior box and eight round lidded spice containers having stenciled lids and sides. The bottom of each container is stamped ( Patent Package co ,Patd Aug 31,1858 Newark New Jersey ). This piece is complete and in very good condition ! Measures 3 1/2”h x 9 1/2” round.
English Victorian miniature games table candle reflector with a swivel top. Measures 6” h x 3 3/4” across.
Three hand carved wooden ice fishing decoys in original paint. Early 20th century. Ranging in size from6” to 8 1/4”. All in very good condition.
Masterful painting scene of sheep on tile signed by the artist. Attributed to Frans Pieter Ter Meulen ( Dutch 1843 - 1927 ). Stamped Cottier & Co. on back with the number 508. Measures 7” h x 12 1/4” w.
Wonderful primitive 19th century apple / green painted chest with square nail construction. Cloth straps added to this piece at a later date. Measures 16”w x 91/2” h x 12 1/4” d.
Price: Sold Thank You !
Early Dedham plate with ducks in water lilies pattern on a beautiful blue and white crackle glaze. This piece is pre 1928 with a double stamp on back and an arts and crafts mark. Measures 8 1/2” across.
Great traveling inkwell with push button for lid to open. It has the original ink bottle and a copper finish with nice green paint. Measures 1 3/4”h x 2” across.
Pair of rare one of a kind wireware candlesticks. Intricately wrapped! Measures12 3/4” h x4 5/8” base.
19th century Taghkanic basket with handle. Measures 9 1/2 “ round x 10 “ base to top of handle.
Neat early iron buggy step with a hammered design. Great decorative piece. The step itself measures 4 1/2” round .
Four North Pole items. Pennant,pin,license plate holder,and advertising fan(slight tear,very delicate).
Price: Sold. Thank you!
Unique pantry box in dark green paint with bittersweet lid and incised star design. Wood peg and square nail construction . Measures8-1/4 “ round x 4 “ high.
Primitive folk art pipe box with carved design on front. Slider on bottom for emptying contents. Early 20th century. Measures14”h x 3 3/4”w x3”d.
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