R&R Don and Barbara Roth - Overland Park, Kansas - 913-490-9909 – firstname.lastname@example.org Barbara and I started collecting antiques in the early eighties when we were relocated to Rochester, NY. Up to that point in our lives, neither of us had ever owned or thought about owning antiques. If you know anything about the area, the soil is composed of a type of clay that is ideal for making pottery and glass. Corning, NY is just a short drive from Rochester. We fell in love with the salt glazed and cobalt painted crocks and jugs. In just a short time we were hooked. Many weekends were spent at farm auctions looking for pine furniture and other exciting items. On occasion, we resembled the Beverly Hillbillies, with furniture and whatever jammed into, or tied on top of our station wagon when we headed home. Over the years we have sold antiques at shows, and in several malls in the Dallas and Kansas City areas. Since many of the items we sell on our website are from our personal collection, they could have been purchased by us 30-40 years ago. We will do our best to describe them accurately and provide as many pictures as necessary to satisfy your questions. RETURN POLICY: We will stand behind our representation of the items we sell. We offer a 3-day return policy. Simply notify us of your dissatisfaction and pay the return packing/shipping cost. Upon receipt and conformation that the item is in the condition we sold it, we will promptly refund your money. METHOD OF PAYMENT: We accept personal checks, money orders, and Pay Pal. SHIPPING POLICY: PRICING ON ITEMS SHOWN FOR SALE DO NOT INCLUDE SHIPPING COSTS. Shipping costs will be provided after a decision to purchase is made. The shipping cost will include packaging, shipping, and insurance. WE MONITOR THIS WEB SITE FREQUENTLY AND WILL ANSWER INQUIRIES VERY QUICKLY.
Antique 19th Century School House clock, Oak case, Octagon top with short drop. Dial is original paper over tin dial, signed E. Ingraham Co. Adjustable brass pendulum, and a winding key. Overall very good condition.
Antique brown Albany Slip Glazeor syrup jug, circa early 1900's. New York State brown Albany Slip Glaze (pottery makers in upstate NY made many of these with deep dark chocolate brown glaze - known as Albany Slip). Pour spout has slight chip (see pic).
Three glass vinaigrettes in complementary shapes, circa 1920's. Tallest bottle has 3 patent dates.
Early 20th Century Brass Mortar and Pestle with Asian inspired square handles. 4"high, 4" wide at top, Pestle is 71/2" long. Several etched bands on Mortar with a hammered finish.
SS WANDELL, WEST TROY STONEWARE (incised) Cobalt painted #2, ovoid shape with handles. Excellent condition
Primative Mortar and Pestle with original pestle ( with two different ends for grinding). Measurements: 61/2" wide, 7" high. Pestle is 8"long. Mortar and pestle have normal ware from age (Early 19th century).
BURGER JR, ROCHESTER NY (incised) circa 1865 Slip trailed cobalt blue large floral, and number 3. Some slight blemishes from firing in kiln.
Oak barrel with 6 metal rings, matching wooden lid, and metal spicket at the bottom. Measurements: 17" high by 11" diameter. Excellent condition!
REVERE COPPER AND BRASS, MADE IN USA Solid copper tea kettle with character dents and bruises. has wooden knob on top of lid (sm. crack), and wooden handle.
Cockerel Rooster Hand carved rooster and plunger...plunger stem cannot be removed from outer shell case, seems to be carved from one piece. Circa 1920's - 1930's....Measurements: 3.75" diameter amd 6" tsll
BIRD AND LEAF DESIGN ON FRONT CURVE 20" high (Center Handle), 16" wide, 6" deep Has 3 circular wrought iron sections (see Photo) excellent condition, dark green color.
ENTERPRISE MANUFACTURING CO Patd. JULY 12 1898 PHILADELPHIA USA 15" tall, 11" wide, 10" diameter wheels Small drawer with porcelain knob. wood handle to turn wheels.
The first of these unique decoys was made circa 1874 for the convenience of hunters....they could open them and carry them flat in a case to and from the hunt. Although we cannot date this one exactly, it had to be made before 1932 when the hunting of shorebirds became illegal
New York Stoneware Co. Fort Edward, NY Slip trailed floral Orchid (1861-1881) Slightly chipped shaped spout with wooden stopper. Some blemishes from firing in kiln
Canvas Duck Decoy with glass eyes, circa 1900. Overall good condition (small tear in canvas over eye, see photo). 15" long, 5" wide, 6" tall. Should have one of these in your collection,
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