Karen Fults Antiques n Art
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Deeply Carved Folk Art Box. Hand carved Puzzle Box signed on the bottom.14 Inches l by 5.5 inches w by 6. inches t. Signed by the artist on the bottom Sudlow. The top swivels so that the top can be pulled back to reveal the inside compartment.
Price: 495 includes shipping in the continental US
Carved and turned Handmade likely Applewood Powder Flask. 7 inches by 2,3 inches wide, Smooth mellowed finish, A hunter's gun's companion. The turned cap has been trimmed, otherwise a beautiful example of an unusual survivor if earlier times.
Price: 320 includes shipping in US
Early treen noggin or tankard. Nice wear with dry patina Constructed like an old barrel with overlapped bands. Some evidence of old, inactive bug damage with wear on base and well-formed handle. 9"h by 8" w
Price: Sold includes shipping in continentalUS
Iron Duck Shooting Gallery Target from the Amusement Park at Indian Lake or Coney Island near Cincinnati. The former owner maintained the shooting galleries at both parks. Old red paint. Dots are evidence of bullets striking the iron body. Price includes shipping in the continental US.
Charming Hand Carved Bird Tree by Danial and Donna Strawser of Pennsylvania. 12 inches h x 10 inches w. Artist signed on base.
Cute cloth doll in red dress. While her arms and legs are hand-sewn on, her dress appears machine sewn. Yarn hair and sewn features. Her price includes shipping in the continental US
Hand carved and painted Folk Art Uncle Sam Whirligig. 15 and 1/2inches tall with movable rotateing arms. From the collection of former Maysville, KY mayor, Charles Cotterill. Folky and whimsically patriotic.
Price: 195 includes shipping in the continental US.
Significant study of the Pottery production the historic Zoar community. Zoar, Ohio Published by the Zoar Community Association.
Warm color Smooth surface and Outstanding natural Grain are highlights of this early American Burl bowl. 15 inches across and 5 inches deep. While there is an early chip out of the lip, even that is Smooth with years of use. 200 plus years old.Old Jack Adamson told me that it was part of his collection at one time.
Price: $1850.00 includes shipping in the continental US
Lovingly crafted for someone's mother or sweetheart, this Folk Art Sewing Caddy is 7 1/2 inches square and 8 inches tall with little posts for spools and a handy storage drawer.
Early Folk Art Sewing Caddie. Probably Handcrafted from a rough log as a gift for someone 's mother or sweetheart. Has pegs for spools of thread and one for a thimble. Topped with a handy pincushion. Opens for additional storage.
Price: $85 plus shipping
8 inches l by 6 inches w. by 6 3/4 inches h at the handle. Sabbath Day Lake Shakers Oval sewing basket. Interior silk is worn
Price: 185 plus shipping
Turned wooden burl box with date 1840 carved into lid. 7 inches across and 4 1/2 inches deep. As wood shrinks over time it shrinks more across the grain so the box is slightly oval now.
Price: 290 plus shipping
This Painted Ballot Box is made to sit on tabletop or hang on the wall. The grained paint is old but may not be original. Don't know if they were painted. A clay ball used in voting is included
Price: 118 includes shipping in the continental US
Wonderful Kitchen Still Life of Red, Green and Yellow peppers. Great for your kitchen or restaurant. Artist Robert Smith was one of the founding members of the Dayton Art Society. Oil on board. 12 " by 16" image in 19" by 23" frame. Signed lower right.
Price: 245 includes shipping in the continental US
Beautiful early New Geneva, Pennsylvania pocket flask from the personal collection of Peter Chillingworth of Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania. New Geneva Glass was one of the first American glasshouses . Albert Gallentine gathered investors and German glassblowers in 1797.
Price: Sold Thank you
Folk Art Raccoon carved by John Dickens. Includes charming notes on base says Brand boys pet racoon. There are color phases......swamp coon tastes fishy. Mountain coon is the best. 6"h by 3 3/4 " w by 10" l.
Price: 145 include shipping in the continental US
Early 1800's tolerate sugar bowl attributed to the Harvey Filley Tin Shop in Philadelphia , Pennsylvania. 3 1/2 inches by 4 inches. The form, painted decoration, and the knob are all matches to the reference in Martin and Tucker. The paint on the lower portion is quite worn.
New Geneva Tanware Pitcher 9 3/4 inches h by 5 3/4 inches w Pennsylvania's New Geneva Tanware is elaborately decorated with iron on a redware clay. Swags of leaves and stylized florals cover it.
Price: Sold Thank you
Early Sampler by a girl named Laura Tyler age 11 years 1849 whose teacher was A. C. Chamberlain . Jackson is my dwelling place. The piece shows a church, house, and school. " This I have done to let you see what pains my teacher took with me." Apx 19" by 23 " Researching where Jackson may be.
Price: 625 Includes shipping to the continental US
Early Folk Art Sampler with three Buildings and a Floral Border. Silk on Linen Mounted in a curly maple frame Mary Ann Wilton 11 years old
Antique lantern with natural Mica sides. Mica is a natural mineral which can be peeled apart to create thin transparent sheets which were used in place of glass. Wire candle holder inside. We are showing here with a battery candle.
Price: 185 plus shipping
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
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 English white Opaque air twist glass goblet. Ca 1760
Price: 295 Includes shipping to your location in the continental US
Early Beaded pin cushion with expected wear and tear for the age. Historical Native American.
Price: 48 plus shipping
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 which is all the light you'd have, Can you imagine crawling around in a coal mine with a burning wick on your head?
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
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
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