Hickory Hill Antiques

Kathy Hind | 16045 104th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011 | 206-963-4389 | hickoryhillantiques@comcast.net

I have been collecting and selling quality country American antiques since 1982 and specialize in painted smalls, stoneware, textiles, baskets, weathervanes, hearth iron, and lighting. My love of antiques takes me to New England often and I participate in antiques shows in various parts of the country. Many years ago we were excited to have our house featured on the cover of the Jan. 1984 Country Living Magazine and to be included in Tina Woltman’s beautiful recent book “An Early Christmas”. I guarantee my items, accept payment by check, and layaway is available. Returns in original condition are accepted within 7 days of delivery and purchase price (less shipping + insurance) will be refunded in full. I hope you will enjoy my site and please call or email with any questions.


Rare appliqued 19th century PA. summer crib cover.

From Lancaster, County PA, a rare hand-appliqued cotton on linen summer (no batting) crib cover with treadle-sewn binding. Measuring 29" x 28" it dates to c. 1850 and is in outstanding condition with no holes or repairs.

Price: 375. + Shipping

2020-Aug-26 01:31am EDT | Tags :

Rare wedding band hogscraper with 3 brass bands.

19th century wedding band hogscraper candlestick with 3 brass bands, original hanging hook, and pushup. In original untouched surface, it measures 7" tall and is a rare example. Early tin snuffer w/ great dark patina, incised line at base, ring handle. 2" high.

Price: 595. (Snuffer $145.) + shipping

2020-Aug-26 01:19am EDT | Tags :

Shallow turned bowl in dark Windsor green paint.

This shallow bowl measures 10" x 9 1/4" x 2" deep with wonderful shrinkage and fits easily into bowl racks. There is an old hole near the rim so it could be hung and there are no cracks.

Price: $245. + Shipping

2020-Aug-26 01:10am EDT | Tags :

19thc. Wooden Draining Board with Circular Well

Sturdy pine board in old attic surface with recessed channel for draining, found in Vermont. Aged to a deep chocolate brown and measuring 14" wide x 18" high, it would be great in a buttery or country kitchen.

Price: SOLD - Thank you!

2020-Jul-28 03:04pm EDT | Tags :

Forged Iron Rush Light W/ Traces of Old Red Paint

An i8th century rush light with nice detailing: twisted shaft and a heavy counter balance. Unusual red paint adds to the desirability. The original wooden base is in old dark brown paint and the light measures 9 1/2" high.

Price: SOLD - Thank you!

2020-Jul-28 02:46pm EDT | Tags :

A Beautiful Marked Ovoid Jug From South Carolina

This early ovoid jug has raised glaze near the top and is stamped: J.M. VOW, ERECT, N.C. It has nice proportions, is in mint condition with NO chips or cracks, measures 10 1/2" tall. A very nice example of southern pottery.

Price: SOLD - Thank you!

2020-Jun-25 07:07pm EDT | Tags :

18th Century Crewel Embroidered Mat, Silk on Linen

A rare and outstanding example of 18th century crewel work. Silk embroidery on linen with strong colors of rose, sage green, black and rose edge binding, measuring 21" x 12". The embroidery is in excellent condition with small holes in the linen backing as would be expected in a textile of this age. It would be lovely framed or on a table and is an amazing survivor.

Price: SOLD - Thank you!

2020-Jun-10 07:21pm EDT | Tags :

A Sweet Little Hearth Brush or Scrub Brush.

An early small hearth or scrub brush with thick bristles (don't know what kind) bound with wire. In excellent condition, nicely worn handle with smooth patina, measuring 9" long. Would look great hanging with a cutting board or in an old trencher.

Price: $90. + shipping

2020-Jun-10 06:42pm EDT | Tags :

Unusual Tin Lantern W/ Original Oil Burner, Glass.

A sturdy 19th century tin lantern, all original including wavy glass, black paint, and tin burner. It has a great fluted chimney and carrying handle, closing latch intact. Measures 5" sq. x 14" to top of handle. An unusual piece of early lighting.

Price: 280. + shipping

2020-Jun-10 06:19pm EDT | Tags :

Wall Box in Original Red Paint.

Wonderful 19th century hanging wall box in original Indian red paint with lollipop hanger. Old, tight age split across the front, otherwise in excellent condition. Would look great with leather books, candles, flax, etc. Measures 9" wide x 8" deep x 12" to top of lollipop.

Price: SOLD - Thank you!

2020-May-22 03:45pm EDT | Tags :

Mortar and Pestle In Old Attic Finish.

An early maple mortar and pestle in original surface. It has incised rings on the exterior and turnings visible at the top of the interior, nice turnings on the base. There are no splits in the mortar and two very short, tight cracks at top of pestle, otherwise excellent condition. The pestle is original to the mortar. Measures 7" high.

Price: 210 + shipping

2020-May-22 03:27pm EDT | Tags :

New England Woodlands Indian Basket.

This is an unusual covered "pie" basket with exuberant free-hand decoration. It is in excellent condition, dates to the 19th century, and the base measures 8 1/2" square x 13" to the top of the handle.

Price: 275 + shipping

2020-May-14 01:05am EDT | Tags :

Early Quilted New England Petticoat.

A lovely blue and brown calico hand-quilted petticoat with gray-blue satin lining and satin binding along the bottom. Circa 1820-40. Some slight damage to the bottom binding, otherwise in excellent condition. Would be very nice on a peg rack and measures 33" in length.

Price: SOLD-Thank you

2020-May-14 12:48am EDT | Tags :

18th Century Beehive-turned Bowl.

This fabulous hand-turned bowl is footed, has a lip on the rim, and is a beautiful deep butterscotch color - natural not paint. It has seen much use resulting in a satin smooth exterior, darkened interior, and great shrinkage. The condition is excellent with no cracks and it measures 3" deep x 8 3/4" and 9 1/4" in diameter.

Price: 495 + Shipping

2020-May-13 09:57pm EDT | Tags :


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