Davana Farm Antiques
Jenifer 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 DigAntiques presents. We specialize in early country, primitives, folkart and other various antique accessories. Term & 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, not 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. Any additional information/photos can be requested at any time. Email is the best way to contact us. Thank you.
MOCHAWARE pottery tavern pub tankard with seaweed pattern.GR Quart ca.1910. Measures 6 1/4”h x4 1/2” w.
Medium cobalt blue, four sided poison bottle. Paper label “ bichloride of mercury” Asia drug co. New York , NY. 25 tablets, coffin shape. Measures 3 3/4”h. Ca. 1900-1920. Includes cork stopper.
Seven graduated fly screens. Largest screen hass tear. Other six screens in good condition. Measuring from 7 1/4” to 10 1/2”.
Nice small cupola bank with original paint. Measures 3 1/2”h x2 5/8”(top),2 1/8(bottom).
Wonderful painting scene of sheep on tile signed by artist. Attributed to Frans Pieter Ter Meulen.( Dutch 1843-1927). Stamped Cottier & co. on back with number 508. Measures 7”h x 12 1/4”w.
19thc. Wood mold depicting a squirrel and frog. Possibly used for sugar.Measures 4 1/4”w x11 1/2”l.
Early framed calligraphy of a peacock, intricately done. 19thc. Measures 12” x 12”. Frame with gold gilding.
Lighthouse and cottage doorstop. National Foundry, Whitman Massachusetts. Ca.1925.Measures 6 1/4”h x3 7/8”w x7 7/8”l.
Early cast iron duck form boot scraper with incised lines forming the wings in very good condition. Measures 15”l x4”h x6”w.
Pair of rare wireware candlesticks. Intricately wrapped! Measures12 3/4”h x4 5/8” across ( base).
Pewter basin bowl with London and crown touch marks. P. F. Scratched into bottom by someone who owned this basin. Possibly a merchants ownership mark. 19th century. Measures 2 1/2” h x12” w.
Early Dedham plate with ducks in water lilies pattern. Blue and white crackle glaze. Pre 1928. Double back stamp with arts and crafts mark. 8 1/2” wide.
Great traveling inkwell with push button for lid to open. Original ink bottle,copper finish with nice green paint.Measures 1 3/4”h by 2” across.
Turned 19th century bowl in 20th century blue painted finish. Good condition. 24” in diameter.
English Victorian miniature games table candle reflector with swivel top.Measures 6”h by 3 3/4” across top.
Three hand carved wooden ice fishing decoys in original paint.Early 20th century. Ranging in sizes from 6”” to 8 1/4”.All in good condition.
Early balancing toy with figure of a man smoking a pipe with stand. Nice original paint.
Tramp/ Folk Art Box . Intricate details, one of a kind piece. Made of wood,cloth, and paper decorated.Also with handle at top. Measures3”h x 8 1/4”l x 5” w.
Rare miniature early 19th century traveling tin candleholder. Measures2/12”h by 3/4”w.
Wood duck hen decoy , carved and painted by Doc Baumgartner ,Hougton Lake, Michigan.ca.1930. Measures12”l by 7””w.
Early Shaker basket with wire banding holding thick splint. Also with grip handles. 19th century. Measures 6-5/8” w by 4-1/4” h.
Framed set of four hand painted Delft tiles forming an image of a standing cow in pasture with birds in background. ca. 18th century. Each tile five inches square.Frame size 10-1/4” by 10-3/4”. The wooden frame with break in wood, but tiles in very good condition.
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