Indian Hill Antiques
Greetings! We have specialized in Folk Art, paintings and country smalls since the late 90’s, selling to the trade, retail and at auction. After a 4 year “vacation” in California, I returned to the east coast 12 years ago and have been collecting, buying and selling all kinds of interesting things ever since. All of our items come with an unconditional lifetime guarantee of authenticity. We offer a 3 day unconditional return policy to retail buyers and will give a full refund minus all shipping charges. I accept PayPal, check with a hold, money order and cash on pickup. We are in Northampton, MA in the 5 colleges area. Please feel free to call or text the number above or email. Thank You!
Late 19th/Early 20th C Holder is about 5" high, about 10.5" with old whisk broom which is included.
Beautiful 19th century shadow wall box with original upholstered background. Mahogany and possibly Walnut. More pics available. 10" x 7 3/4" x 2 3/4"
Old green painted wall shelf. About 10" W, 6" H, 2.5" D. Old shop inventory sticker on back.
19th C Ram in lead and gold in frame, about 3 3/4" x 2 1/2" sight size. Can make out "Lydia" and "Maine" on back.
19th C miniature folk art painting on glass of a man and woman. In wire basket frame, about 1.5" diameter.
Skillfully done watercolor on paper of a moth and roses in crusty black painted frame. Early to mid 19th C. Has some fading and foxing. About 12 3/4” x 13 3/4”.
Folky Dog Rug, early-mid 20th C. One repair and cleaning just done by Jessie Turbayne. 41 1/2” x 24.75”
19th C keepsake box from Maine with compartment inside. Well constructed. About 8.5” W x 4.5” H x 5.5” W. More pics available.
19th C Paint Decorated Chair, 20 7/8” H. Could use a little firming up but solid overall.
Early to mid 19th C stool, probably once covered in leather. Legs and both sides painted. 12.5” W x 6” H.
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