Karen Fults Antiques n Art
We began as collectors, obsessed collectors. We love this stuff. So we like to share the things we love with others who love them too. We've have been Show dealers for many years using our Signature Antiques & Art. Our items are carefully selected and are guaranteed as described . We will accept return of any item returned within three days of purchase less the shipping charge. We accept checks, or credit cards. And can consider lay away. We hope you enjoy our selection. Let us know, if you have any questions. Thanks for looking. We look forward to working with you. .
Early Black glass mallet bottle attributed to England or Scotland. Primitive dark colored glass is blown with an applied piece to form the lip. A high kicked up base suggests wine. Bottom shows evidence of great age and wear.
Price: 590.00 includes U.S. shipping
Later 1800's handwoven Egg Basket in great condition. Basket measures 8 inches high by 9 inches wide by 9 1/2 inches deep. With smoothly worn handle and ojos de dios diamonds on each side...A great piece for the Prim Collection . Please pm for more information. Thankyou
Price: 89 plus shipping
Folk Art Carving of a Sandpiper or Shorebird. 7 inches tall by 10 inches long by 3 inches wide. Stamped underneath with initials of the carver ...R A M
Price: 65 plus shipping
Early unpainted pantry box 3 1/2 inches tall by 8 inches wide. Dry original surface. A heavy duty pantry of fairly thick simple construction
Price: $80 plus shipping
Early Piggin Bucket with an upward handle. I would consider painting this one, if I was going to keep it, so choose the color you prefer. If it was ever painted it has all been scrubbed away. 10 inches high by 10 inches wide. The handle extends to around 14 inches. The handle is uneven and rustic with expected wear for a piece that was probably used everyday.
Price: 79 plus shipping
Hand carved decoration covers this wonderful early Tramp Art Box Height 5 inches x width 10 inches x depth 6 inches Old original Oxidized varnish surface
Price: 345 plus shipping
What a pretty face. Early oil painting of a sweet young child in shades of blue. Framed in a gold frame. 19 inches by 23 inches
Price: $698.00 plus shipping
Stoneware crock with blue cobalt lettering. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA 8 inches h by 4 inches Solid with no cracks or hair lines
Price: 425 plus shipping
Large hammered boogled edge. Marked with the stamp of John Townsend and London mark. 3 1/2 inches h by 12 1/2 inches wide Amazing price for a great marked piece.
Price: $185 plus shipping
Early Beaded pin cushion with expected wear and tear for the age. Historical Native American.
Price: 48 plus shipping
Early Red Old Paint dome top box with the original key We love old paint. Great surface.
Price: 290 plus shipping
This wonderful early miniature watercolor portrait is signed and dated July 22 ,1816. This historical watercolor portrait is of a man named Sutton who was 46 years old at the time . This would mean that he was born around 1770. The written names and date on the back are as cool as the front.
Price: $375 .00 includes shipping
Great color! BLUE. But almost a verdigris ( old aged copper) blue. In a dry as found surface this box measures 17 inches wide and 9 1/4 inches wide and 5 1/2 inches deep.
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: on hold
"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
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 historical 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: Sold Thank you
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
Bold blue Bird Stoneware crock with rare Urn in blue cobalt around the pottery name. 12 inches h x 121/2 inches across. Strong color. Unusual 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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