Karen Fults Antiques n Art
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Miner's lamps were worn on miners cap as he worked in the mining caves digging coal. This held fuel and a burning wick for illumination. Can you imagine crawling around with a burning wick on your head?
22 inches tall. Early 18th century black glass bottle. Blown and pontiled . We all love our squatty onion Dutch bottles...this one was probably brought over from France. A tall contrast that few will find. Expected wear and scratches and haze for a 200 year old utilitarian bottle.
Price: $185 plus shipping
"Compliments of Hirsch Brothers and Company manufacturers of Ciders and Vinegars Louisville, Kentucky " 3 inches high and 2 inches wide. Tiny little advertising jug was probably a give away. Good condition with some expected wear
Price: $195 includes shipping
Two hundred years old 1790 to 1828 New England Free blown Chestnut bottle. 6 7/8 inches h by 4/2 inches w. Deep medium green color with applied lip. From the collection of Russ Evitt of California.
Price: $345 + Shipping
Good 8 inch wide 3 3/4 inch tall Yellow Ware bowl with Seaweed Mocha border. One of the seaweed spots looks like a hairy lion. There are some small hairline marks on the base. Expected wear for a 200 year old bowl .
Price: $245 +shipping on hold
Bright blue Peafowl plate in an unusual 7 1/2 inch size .Old wear with a little rough spot on the lower edge
Price: $185 plus shipping
English unusual large pewter inkwell used in an English government agency. The S O Mark with the crown denotes Stationary Office which means it was for official government use or use in a government agency or labour agency. 4 3/4 by 3 inches Early enough to have been bought over during the colonial years.
Price: 180 plus shipping
Sweet little slide lid spice box with a nice reddish finish and fine dovetails The lid and bottom are beveled . 6 inches by 9 inches 1 1/2 inches deep. Signed on the back of the lid. inscribed Sept 14, 1844 and signed by A. Barrows
Price: $ 280 plus shipping
Early wooden canteen in original greenish blue. 4 inches by 7 1/2 inches. Dated 1854 with a B and a symbol.
Price: $550. Plus Shipping
Early cast iron Porridge pan. The cast iron ones could be put into the oven or set in the fireplace. This one measures 2 1/2 " h x 6" w with a 2 1/2" handle...there is visible wear in the bowl of the pan. Expected wear and age.
Price: 65.00 Plus shipping
Bird crock with rare urn in blue cobalt around the pottery name. 12 inches h x 121/2 inches across. Strong color. Running Bird. Expected wear for age ca 1880
Price: 595 plus shipping
For your consideration...a fine walnut hanging box with a tombstone shaped back. Great for keeping keys or bugspray can near your door.
Price: $585.00 Plus shipping
A stunning large primitive handmade bowl. Native America made however I have not identified the wood.
Price: 885.00 Plus shipping
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