Woodstock Hill Antiques
Welcome! Thank you for visiting my new DIG site. I have been an antiques dealer with a large shop in northeastern Connecticut for 40 years. We may have met at Brimfield, the Tolland or Danielson [CT] shows, or in a group shop. I specialize in 18th- and early 19th-century antiques. For the first time, I designed a shop website this year. For our full online listing and terms and conditions, go to: www.woodstockhillantiques.com. Merchandise listings will be updated on a regular basis. Since I've lived in eastern Connecticut most of my life, much of the shop inventory is from house calls. I look forward to hearing from you. Call me at 860.928.6148 or 860.942.9825 (cell or text).
Lovely sage green, blues and red in an early 19th-century oval covered box. Hand stitched top & bottom, with a small amount of stitching missing. Nice color and condition; 6 1/2" high x 10 1/2" wide x 9" deep.
Price: 185, shipping included
A charming scene of a mill with waterwheel and pond. The mat is made of hooked wool on burlap, circa 1940s. Nice condition; 12 1/2" high by 17" wide. Weights have been sewn into the top and bottom sleeves to keep it nice and straight; I've hung it by the top weight.
Price: 95, shipping included
An early dovetailed 19th-century cherrywood wall box with heart-shaped back, a covered interior, and a 4-section spice drawer (original brass pull). Nice condition; 12 1/2" high, 10 1/2" wide, 7" deep.
Price: 495, shipping included
A striking combination of red, white & blue in an eagle pattern makes this signed & dated coverlet a stand-out. Woven inscription: "R. Springer in 1842," the coverlet is wool and cotton. Nice condition (some fringe is worn); 92"long by 72" wide (two 36" panels with a center seam).
Price: 295, shipping included
The young child is holding a soldier and a dove - the symbols of war & peace, mid- to late-1800s. Watercolor and pastel under glass in its original gilt frame. Nice condition; 31 1/2" high by 28 1/2" wide (including frame).
Price: 435, shipping included
From the Enfield, Connecticut, Shaker community is a well-made measure in oak wood, with a turned maple handle and copper tacks. Nice condition: 4 1/2" high, 7" diameter.
Price: 135, shipping included
An old doll's bed with nice turnings, in original apple green paint. The side rails fit easily into the head- and foot-boards. Nice condition; 15 1/2"tall (to the top of the acorn finials), 23 1/2" long, 13 1/4" wide (when assembled).
Price: 85, shipping included
Punched decoration and original finish describe this nice & early cherrywood foot warmer, late 18th- to early 19th-century. There is an intriguing note affixed to the bottom: "Foot Warmer, Garret Williamson, used in old stone church." The owner's name explains the punched "GW" initials on the front of the door. (condition: some wear to the base and an old crack that can be seen in the photo): 7 1/2" high (not including bail handle) by 9 3/4" wide by 7 1/2" deep (at the base).
Price: 175, shipping included
This floor-standing tape loom is probably from eastern Connecticut - found in a local home, early 19th-century. It appears to have all of its parts for someone to be sitting at the tool with feet on the pedals. Nice condition; 36" high, 12" wide by 12" deep at the base.
Price: Sold, Thank you
A finely made splint basket with salmon and brown painted decoration, early 1900s. Three miniature baskets are attached to the inside for holding sewing implements. Fine condition except for a break in the wrapping at one handle, 5" tall, 12" wide, 12" deep.
Price: 145, shipping included
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