Randi Ona Antiques
For the past 30 years, early American antiques have been my passion. My focus is on textiles, portraits and silhouettes, lighting, and early artifacts. I am always happy to provide additional information and photos. I hope you will enjoy these items as much as I have. For more pieces from my collections, please visit http://www.onaantiques.com
Rare 18th century iron sconce, fluted top, cleated candle cup, deep well. Height 14".
A delightful love token of a woven heart overlaid onto woman’s hand. Woven into the heart are two rings of hair – one blonde the other brown. In excellent condition, professionally framed in an appropriate reproduction frame. Dimensions: frame 7.25” x 9.25”, sight 3.5” x 5.75”.
19th century sandpaper drawing of an early farmhouse in a bucolic setting with a picket fence and a dog in the yard. In an early lemon gold frame. Dimensions: sight 9" x 7"; frame 10.5" x 9".
Two pieces of velvet fruit. The larger one is wrapped in old twine to look like sections, felt leaves on top. The other looks like a small green tomato. Dimensions: larger one is 3" tall and 11" around; the small one is 2" tall and 7.75" around. There are remants of glue on the bottom of the small one.
Cutlery box, early 19th century, early, dry green painted surface. Canted sides, scalloped edges, cut-out handle, molded base. Dimensions: length 13.5”, width 8”, height of box 3.5”, to top of handle 4.5”
Graphic penny mat with red and black pennies, light colored background fabric, and black fringe. Hand sewn and in very good condition. Dimensions: 30" x 22".
A set of three early butter paddles. Usage has deepened the colors and smoothed the surfaces. Thet range in length from 5" to 6".
Early painted splint gathering basket. Original blue paint has darkened to a deep, rich hue. The handle is splint. In very good condition. Dimensions: 20" x 14"; height to rim 8". More photos available.
A collection of 9 salesman sample washboards. Some with glass boards, some tin boards, two with advertising labels, one painted. The range in size from 7" to 11". All in very good condition.
A very unusual make-do mirror. 19th century mirror in molded frame. Attached to the back of the mirror is a sheet of rolled tin and a long tin handle. Dimensions of mirror: frame 6" x 8", sight 4.75" x 6.5". Length of tin handle 6". More photos available.
This is a really sweet, early PA doll quilt. Composed of early cottons, calicos, and some wonderful turkey reds. All hand sewn, and in excellent condition.
Early 19th century broom. Splint bristles wrapped with wire and old string. Handle shows desirable in-use wear . . . it is slightly bowed and lighter in color at the top where the sweeper's hands held the handle. The bristles are worn on one side. More photos are available. Dimensions: Handle 36.5" long, overall length 44".
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