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 Hudson/Canfield, Simple Goods, Ohio Country, Zoar 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 my prefered direct credit card payment is through Square. 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.
Large pantry box in natural finish with leather strap handle Measuring 15-1/2” across and 8-1/2” tall It has a finger lap on the lid, the bottom with tacks, the top and bottom have had various added nails over the years. The leather strap a likely replacement of the original wood handle it is 1” across and has slit on each end that fastens to the boxes original wood knobs. Great bottom of the stack pantry box
This large glazed Redware milk pan measures 16” across and is 3-1/2” tall, it is nicely glazed on the inside, has a turned ridged surface on the outside, There are a few glaze misses done in the making and it has the usual wear of a utilitarian object, NO cracks or chips.
19th c. Pewter tankard measures 9” tall to the top of the finial, it has a working lift lid, does not have any markings, there is a dent and a slight separation on the finial
Pewter dipper with turned wood handle. The dipper measures 14-1/2” long. The original black painted wooden handle with great surface has a finely turned finial on the end and has the name “MARY” carved on the side, it has pewter loss/damage along the edge of the dipper
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