1830 Log House Antiques
My name is Kim Guzzi and I live in Pittsburgh PA. I own The Antique Center of Strabane. It is a 40 dealer group shop south of Pittsburgh. I am also President of the 1830 Log House, a historical museum in Upper St. Clair. Thus, 1830 Log House Antiques! I prefer PayPal, checks or Money Orders. If you purchase an item that you feel is not as described, please contact me within 48 hours.
Early hand forged “sticking Tommy” mining tool used to light the way by sticking into the wall.
Early marking sampler done by Elmira Cole of Maine. 1826-1852. Professional Framing. 9 1/2” x 11 1/2”.
Sampler done by Amelia J. Ormsby in 1843. Newbursh, NY. “Remember thy creator in the days of thy youth”. Professional framing. 9x8
Molded amber glass bottle with raised lettering on side panels “SHAKER” and “HAIR RESTORER”. 7 3/4” tall. Small chip on left side bottom of SHAKER panel. From the Jean Brown collection, Skinner’s, August 2012.
Small size, 6” tall, primitive painted bucket. Perfect for plants or utensils in your kitchen!
Red painted wooden carrier. Canted sides. Nicely shaped center handle. 11 1/2” x 7 1/2”
Carved Folk Art Rolling Pin in original dark red painted finish. A gift made for a special someone!
Nice black painted divided carrier with handle. Perfect for your garden or on your farmhouse kitchen table.
Cast Bronze Crusie Lamp with wick rest, suspended on a twisted wrought iron hook and rod. Circa 1780. 5 1/4” tall plus hook
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