Dancing Cat Antiques
Hello and welcome. I have been selling and collecting for over 30 years, specializing in 18th and 19th century country primitive antiques in original surface and textiles. I exhibit at some of the best antique shows including Simple Goods, Ohio Country, Nashville's Fiddler’s and more Prices listed are my BEST price unless marked SALE. Additional information or photos are available upon request and items are guaranteed as described. Layaways are considered, contact me for terms. Shipping is paid by the purchaser, using USPS Priority Mail when ever possible at actual cost. I accept checks (with hold) and direct credit card payment through Square / PayPal. Ohio residents are charged 6.75% sales tax or need to provide an Ohio resale number. I will accept items for return within 3 days of delivery, minus shipping charges. PLEASE NOTE: I am away from home several days a week, so please be patient with requests. I will answer all emails or inquiries for additional photos, information and purchases as soon as possible in the order I receive them.
This 19th c. ladies petticoat measures 35” long and waist is 28” It has a small pocket on the outside with a pearl button closure. It is machine quilted in red thread on the bottom portion, has a narrow velvet hem. It does have a few small holes, stains etc. Displays beautifully on a peg rack
This black memorabilia felt and composition head pen wipe measures 3-1/2" across at the felt base and is 2-1/4" tall. In overall good condition with 5 layers of felt, the composition head has a paper collar, painted eyes and mouth and wool hair. On the top red ruffled layer there is age discoloration and a small area with minor damage.
Honing stone in wood case measures 8-1/2” long, 3”wide and 3”tall with great wear and surface
Tin nutmeg grater measures 5” long with nice patina, wood knob and handle. The spring and slide mechanism both work smoothly
This c 1880's Staffordshire ABC plate measures 8-1/8" across and is done in brown transfer ware of the alphabet and 2 birds titled Wandering Pie. It is stained and there are 2 areas (one the front and one on the back) that appear to be only surface crack/crazing neither go through to the other side and some very minor edge roughness. I have additional photos of these areas available.
This German History of the Bible c. 1870 book is covered in a brown, green, red and yellow stripe fabric. It has all over minor staining and a larger stain on the front cover. It is guaranteed to be old and original. It has an applied paper signature on the inside cover identifying that the book belonged to Louise Murlach.
This little Lazy Kate measures 16" long x 5-3/4' wide and 10" tall. They were used in spinning when plying linen or wool yarn. The posts are morticed into the base, has 2 wires for spools ( 1included) and is in attic surface
Fabulous early flax hetchel with tin diamond detail around each hanging hole, punched design along the sides and early rosehead and square nail construction. It measures 14” l x 3-1/2” w and is 4” t It has 2 missing square nails, one of the tin diamond has damage as well as the usual wear that a utilitarian object would have
Price: 75 Plus Shipping
Large primitive one piece rolling pin, measures 19 “ l and is 3“ across at the center, great dark patina and heavy for it’s size
Price: 45 Plus Shipping
Large green/gray painted buttocks basket measuring 16 ”l x 15” at the rim and 14” t It is a 18” at the widest point across the bottom. Great early paint surface, 1-3/4” wide handle, has usual wear for a utilitarian object, a few breaks in the weave and damage to one side where the rim connect to the handle (see pic)
Price: 295 Plus Shipping
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