Buttonwillow Country Antiques
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Superlative circa 1850 ~ 1875 butternut thick walled bowl having glorious squash green paint on the lower portion of the outside area. Exciting recessed concentric band or groove along with a pronounced wide rim adds decorative character to the overall look. Darker paint is a later addition but there are whispers of the original lighter green paint underneath as shown on the bottom. No cracks or chips are present. Grand inside patina makes for a special piece. Nice smaller size measuring in at 11” across, stands 2 ½” tall and measures 3” across the bottom. More Pictures Available!
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Unusual four drawer box with folk art flavor dating to the turn of the century boasting a variation of scroll and triangle detailed accents related to the trim. Warm patina throughout having a stepback feature located in the front that offers even more display opportunities. Trim on the right and left sides are a little loose but still intact. Some minor age related cracks throughout. One chip on the bottom back corner (left hand side). Unique hand fashioned piece that could have been used as a spice chest. Stands 7 ¼” tall, measures 9” across and is almost 6” deep. Bottom drawers measure 2 ¾” tall, measures 4” across and is a little over 5” deep. Top drawers are not as deep measuring 3 ½” across and 3 ¼” deep. More pictures available!
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Special primitive thick walled bowl fashioned from walnut with a wonderful make-do repair dating from the mid-18th century possibly of English origin. Nails are likely forged and show inconsistencies. Warm and rich patina with exciting concentric grain. Wood loss near the edge where the make do repair starts but is smooth and occurred long ago. Heavy piece having a deep appearance in original surface. Measures 9 ½” across, stands 3 ¾” tall and is ¾” thick. More pictures Available.
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Nicely executed silk on linen sampler signed and dated in the year of 1829 by Miss Mary Margerum, framed under glass. Mary delights us with a basket of flowers along with two opposing floral designs dotted with a heart center located at the bottom field. If you look at the signature as well as the date it is obvious that the thread used was thicker compared to the existing thread and the colors are not consistent with the rest of the piece. Possibly a family member or Mary herself could have added the date and name sometime in the future. It is a mystery. Above the signature there may be initials of her family members, referencing the three vertical lines that resemble a Roman Numeral of “3” done in green thread that appear on two separate rows. The “CEF” done in green thread does not follow the alphabet order. Overall condition is nice with age related toning along with a couple of small holes in the linen. I don’t believe the frame is original but is 19th century, possibly the later part of the Victorian era. Sampler stands 22” tall, measures 14” across and is 1” deep.
Price: ~SOLD~ Thank You! $225.50 ~Freight to be Determined~
Nice German Bible, Martin Luther dated 1828 leather bound. All four corners showing wear as well as the upper portion of the spine that meets the front cover. However spine is intact. Pages are all accounted for and in good condition without any rips or markings. Would make a nice addition to your antique book collection! Measures 7 1/4" tall, measures 4 1/4" across and is almost 2 1/2" thick. More pictures available.
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Late 19th century wooden cookie mold intricately carved sporting an individual floral motif gracing all four corners along with a series of leaves that join the party in the center-field. These molds were especially popular for holiday baking rendering either Gingerbread, Springerle (German) or Speculass (Dutch) cookies. The warm patina speaks for itself and there are two wire hangers present; one at the top and the other on the back. Minor age related cracks limited to the bottom edge. The back shows a dark area near the bottom with an array of scratches. This example has a clean, crisp folk art design and is in good overall condition without any chips to report. Measures 12 ¼” tall, measures 6” across and is 1” thick. More pictures available!
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This mid-19th century foot warmer blesses us with quintuple hearts hand punched on all four corners while a large center-field heart surrounded by twin circles on the front, (three on the remaining sides), add even more decoration. A couple slivers of wood loss on the left hand side (turned column area). There is also slight separation on the top twin columns where they meet the (wooden ceiling) limited to the right hand side. No dents or deep scratches to report. Pegged and mortise construction give way to a solid piece that was built to last. There are some areas on the tin panels near the top, bottom as well as the hinges where the dark surface is lighter in appearance due to the solder. Coal receptacle is missing. Very nice condition and shows well especially when illuminated. Measures 8 ¾” across, stands 10 1/4” tall (includes wire handle) stands 6” by itself and measures 7 1/2” deep (front to back). More Pictures Available!
Price: $165.50 ~Freight to be Determined~
Wonderful, hard to find food mold dating from the mid to late 19th century having expressive machine carved form in the shape of a flower. Raised, tight vertical lines add a further decorative element to the inside edge. Age cracks are present on the outside along with a couple of white chalky marks limited to one area only. Pronounced footed attribute makes for a special piece. Stands 2 3/4" tall, measures 6 1/2" across the top and footed base measures 2 1/4" across (bottom). More pictures available!
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Exemplary coverlet attributed to John Hamelton, Nothumberland County Pennsylvania explodes with beautiful floral along with interesting foliate and heart designs that encompass the center field along with folk art birds and trees gracing the sides. Corner blocks reads, JOHN HAM / ELTON / JACKSON T. / NORTHUM / BERLAND / COUNTY / 1840 P.A.N. John Hamelton according to recorded coverlets, was a weaver in Machenoy, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania in 1836. From 1839 to 1844, he relocated to Jackson Township. This fine example having more decorative elements surpasses this makers other coverlet designs. Condition is very good with minimalist small stains that appear at random along with whispers of light toning. There is some expected fringe loss but the colors are vibrant without any fading to report. No holes are present. Four hearts positioned in a circle are tucked inside the starburst pattern that lays directly on the center seam. Some of the starburst designs are off center point while others are on the mark. Edge lacking fringe has some random areas that are unraveling. Primary colors consist of red, blue and olive. Measures 93” tall (head to foot) measures 86” across.
Price: $350.50 ~Freight to be Determined~ More Pictures Available!
Delightful berry bucket boasting desirable red paint dating from 1880 to 1910. Inside appearance shows a chalk white hue while the bail handle sports a dry attic surface. Double metal bands held together by rivets. Top band has nice oxidation with vestiges of blue coloration mixed in with the primary red. Staves are tight. A single chip is located on the inside of the stave as well as some rough areas on another stave. One other small chip can be found on the outside just below the first band. Honest wear and shows very well. Stone fruit was used as a suggestion and is not included. Perfect for holiday decorating filled with greens or can be used as a base for your favorite feather tree. Bucket including the handle measures 8” tall, bucket itself stands 5” tall, measures 7 ¼” across the top and measures 6” across the bottom. More pictures!
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Attractive advertising bread board with footed base bearing the name of "Allinson". A carved bread knife sporting the word bread is also included along with an authentic sugar cone. "Thomas Allinson" was a British doctor who started the first grain mill that produced whole grain meal using stone-grinders in 1892. His sentiments were, “Health without medicine”. This board dates to the later part of the 19th century having carved elongated notches along with two opposing flowers that terminate near the first and last letter. Knife marks and age related cracks appear on both sides but are more prevalent near the top. There are no chips to report and this board is in good condition. Knife is marked," J. H. Potter" who operated his business “Rockingham Works” in Sheffield, England from 1884 to 1940 and produced fine quality silver plate and plated items that included cutlery and tableware. Blade exhibits dark areas where the plate has worn away pertaining to both sides. Handle shows vestiges of blue paint and carved letters are intact. Nice set and displays well! Board measures 10 ¾” across and stands ¾” tall. Knife measures 12" long. More pictures available.
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Hard to find pine pantry with advertising label suggests this was actually made for “American Fig Confections” while also bearing the name of “Necco Sweets, New England Confectionery Co., Boston,”. This medium sized pantry dating to the turn of the century boasts delicious patina. The lapped over construction on the lid as well as on the side lacks nails that are commonly found but this box was made this way. The rest of the piece was constructed using tiny nails. A repaired crack appears on the edge of the lid near the front location. The overlap area that touches the existing sides (lid and box) was much lighter in color and extended outward 1/4". I was able to color match the existing patina to lend a consistent look. No wood loss to report. Consistent wear including scuff marks as well as light scratches. The label is 90% intact. There is also a tiny wood chip located on the label just left of the “star”. Inside lid reveals the artwork that could be attributed to the mischief of a child showing a series of penciled in rectangles. Condition is still good. Pantry stands 3 ¾” tall, measures 8 ½” across the top and bottom. More pictures available.
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Hard to find pantry with advertising label suggests this was actually made for “American Fig Confections” while also bearing the name of “Necco Sweets, New England Confectionery Co., Boston, Trademark Reg in U.S. Pat. Office” having vertical nail construction on the front. Some minor repairs were made by adding one lone nail to the side of the lid as well as others near the bottom edge of the box to remedy the loose fit. There is a tiny chip on the lid overlap as well as a two tight cracks located on the bottom edge near the overlap of the box. Intricate tiny pegged construction implemented on the underside of the lid. A sliver of wood is missing on the lid (back location), near the bottom edge but is hard to detect. The label is about 70% intact with losses to the outside edges. This box is in still in good condition and is a sturdy piece. Pantry stands 2 ½” tall, measures 6 ½” across the top and measures 6 ¼” across the bottom. $85.50 ~Free Shipping~ More pictures!
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Unique piece of stoneware having an applied handle boasts a “Gonic” style appearance referencing pale floating halo's against a warm nutmeg ground. The soft, rich earth tones are soothing and create a delicious hue that gestures a neutral color palette. It is difficult to attribute this jug to a specific region as there are no makers marks or decoration to go by. A hairline crack located in the front opposite the handle (midway point) cascades downward toward the base. Glaze pops have occurred during the firing process, one near the crack and others (smaller in size) are sprinkled randomly throughout. A small wavy line, though hard to detect can be found on the front upper area. Just below the top edge a horizontal brown streak is seemingly held captive inside the crevice. There are no chips to report and the overall condition is good. Forsythia along with crisp yellow and white daisies used as an accent are also included. Nice smaller size measuring in at 8 ½” tall, measures 2” across the top, (opening allows for ¾”) and measures almost 5” across the bottom. More Pictures Available!
Price: $125.50 ~Freight to be Determined~
Handsome small pine cupboard with single drawer that dates to the mid-19th century having partially machine made nails using a heading tool. Delicious paint sporting a Spanish brown hue with whispers of nutmeg and red. Form is wonderful boasting a raised paneled drawer with hand dovetail features. An advertising crate end was chosen for the back panel and is an original feature when this piece was made. Drawer stops” were added to the inside bottom where the drawer resides. Three holes along with a slightly recessed area in the form of a horizontal strip located on the right panel apparently served a purpose that is now unknown. Top and bottom edges have experienced wear. There are various tight age related cracks that appear on the back (some near the nails). Scratches can also be found on the left side panel as well as others consistently sprinkled throughout. Minor wood loss to the back top edges. Condition is still good and lends a great opportunity for display. Stands 11 ¾” tall, measures 9 ¾” across the top and bottom edges, measures 9” across the middle and measures 6 ¾” deep (front to back). More Pictures Available!
Price: ~SOLD~ Thank You!! $249.50 ~Freight to be Determined~
This delightful painting was found in a circa “1755” Pennsylvania stone farmhouse located on 134 bucolic acres in Bucks County. I was able to acquire two of these paintings signed by the artist “Ross”. The artist captured a beautiful farm house lending Pennsylvania flavor flanked by trees with blue skies overhead. The style lends whispers of a naïve folk art composition interpreted by the artist using brush strokes of whimsy. This painting just explodes with happiness and delight as the birds are taking flight in the sky while the trees seem to be thriving because of the springtime weather. There is some paint loss located on the upper right hand corner with further (minimal) loss sprinkled in the middle of the large majestic tree. Age of the painting is unknown and frame may be a later addition. I tried to research this artist but hit a dead end. Apparently, there was an artist studio on this farm but the owner’s name does not coincide with the artist. The frame is in good condition without any chips or cracks to report. I hope this painting speaks to you! Overall height including the frame measures 12” tall, measures 17” across and is 1” deep. More pictures available!
Price: $149.50 ~Freight to be Determined~
Late 19th to early 20th century spice cabinet is one of the best examples I have come across boasting delicious patina and great form! The two later knob additions constitute a “make-do” situation that is a charming feature by lending further character to this interesting piece. There are traces of apple green paint limited to the left hand side while the rest of the piece exhibits a warm surface. A tight crack on the left side panel near the bottom travels up to the top location. A piece of wood was joined pertaining to the right side panel near the top to possibly remedy a break that also affected the inside drawer compartment. This is a heavy piece constructed using tiny round head nails. A couple of the wooden knobs show a single chip referring to the “Pepper” and “Cinnamon” drawers. Two of the drawers have replacement bottoms along with others experiencing a couple chips and cracks. Shows well and makes for a great display. Overall height is almost 17” tall including the back, front box area holding spices measures 9 ¼” across. Top (shelf) measures almost 10” across and is 4 ¾” deep. Bottom measures 11” across and measures 5 ¼” deep. More pictures available.
Price: $225.50 ~Freight to be Determined~
Beautiful mid-19th century pantry box having vibrant paint with later stenciled floral and foliate decoration implementing a soft mustard gold along with warm bittersweet hues. Wood loss on the bottom edge as well as an open hole where a peg used to reside. One helper nail was added. If you are smitten with black and red painted pieces then this pantry box is for you! Shows well and is of the smaller variety measuring 6 ½” across and stands 2 ½” tall.
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Unique Kerosene Lamp having a single burner equipped with a wick that dates to the 1875 period. The graduated cone shaped piece off to the right having a side window was fashioned from either mica or isinglass so the light held within could escape. The upper portion of the glass appears to have a slight overlay referencing the top right corner. It has a tilting feature so the wick can be accessed. This lamp may have been used for a special purpose where a small direct light would have been needed. By unscrewing the burner from the base which was made from galvanized tin one could gain access for filling purposes. Wick adjuster intact. Decorative scalloped edge below the window adds special flavor. This lamp is unique, in good condition and is complete! Display area on the top may suggest a home for smaller early lighting vessels. Wonderful piece to add to your collection!~ Overall height is 6 ¾” tall, base stands 2” tall and measures 7 ¾” across the top and bottom. Widow section is 3 ¾” tall, measures 1 ¾” across the top and measures 3 ¼” across the bottom. More pictures available.
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Beautiful stylized mid-19th century Powder Horn having an inscribed design showing a “cabin in the woods”. This bucolic scene boasting folk art trees wraps around the throat and appears at different levels. A brass hand cut heart delights us located on the top wooden cover and shows tiny nails used to secure it. The decorative tacks on the collar lend even more detail. A copper loop was attached to accommodate the cord hanger (that apparently was found on Southern outfits). This was probably a right hand carry piece fashioned from cow horn. Instead of having a carved feature referring to the design elements, it appears the maker decided to draw the scene instead. The base plug is missing. There are a couple of inconspicuous cracks located at the edge of the collar as well as a tiny piece of metal that protrudes the horn surface. A recessed band wrapped with some unknown fiber can be found near the bottom. Great piece of folk art that awaits a cozy mantle! It is of the smaller variety measuring 6 ¾” tall, measures 2 ¼” across the top, measures 2 ½” deep, measures 1 ½” across the middle section and the bottom opening measures ¼”. More Pictures available.
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Wonderful mid-19th century powder horn sporting a folk art bird seems to carry the design while a lone butterfly and meandering vines allow for further detail. This piece has a simple artist’s impression with hand carved design elements. A finial dots the center of the wooden cover where the leather cord is attached. The other end, near the bottom, consists of a recessed band to accommodate the opposite leather piece (strap). Plain tacks were used at the collar. There are two chips located on the edge of the collar but the rest of the piece was not affected. The base plug is missing. Condition is very good and this piece shows well. Great piece of folk art that awaits a cozy mantle! It is of the smaller variety measuring 8 ¼” from the top of the finial to the end of the opening, measures 1 ¼” across the top, measures 2 ¼” deep, measures 1 ¾” across the middle section and measures ¼” across the bottom opening. More pictures available!
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Beautiful vivid and detailed brush stroke spinach patterned, footed bowl dating from the mid to late 19th century. The foliate design and bold flower are a repeated pattern represented on all sides. There is one small area on the upper band where the paint was skipped as well as a couple minor rim chips. Some areas have slight toning referenced on the foot as well as on the rim. Bowl is marked number 1 on the bottom. Overall appearance is splendid as there are no cracks or unsightly dark areas to report. This piece exhibits a clean and bright presentation and would look terrific filled with stone or fresh fruit. Measures 8 ½” across, bottom measures 4 ¼” across and stands 4 ½” tall.
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Great example and opportunity to own a small dome top box dating from the early 18th century sporting a pretty hand blocked wallpaper feature. The tin hasp and unusual hinges were handmade and pegged construction is in keeping to the early date. There is some paper loss but is still intact enough to excite us with the folk art design elements. Black vines seem to be floating on a deep avocado ground while a series of pale blue vertical scrolls also appear in this pattern that is repeated on all four side panels. A different designed paper was chosen for the top and exhibits an enclosed triangle seemingly protecting the suggested foliate pattern held within bordered by red pin striping. A tiny hole appears on the front middle area near the bottom. A couple tight age cracks are barely visible on the underside (bottom). Overall condition is very good considering a piece of this age. A very special box seeking a special home! Stands 4 ½” tall (dome area), measures almost 9” across and measures 5 ¼” deep. More pictures available just ask!
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This pair of flatback, strap handled (one only) cookie cutters are folksy and fun! They date to the late 19th century and depict two women, one large and one small. The larger, harder to find version does have light surface rust throughout but the smaller cutter seems to have escaped this circumstance. There is a small break limited to the left arm only where the solder has pulled away from the tin. Larger cutter having one large and two small vent holes. Smaller cutter is missing the handle which provided an opportunity to create a wire stand. This piece may have been re-soldered at one point because the metal alloy extends past the figure. No breaks to report. Maybe one can fantasize that the larger cutter is the mother and the smaller version is the child. Nice Pair that can be added to your growing collection! Large cutter stands 6 ¼” tall, measures almost 3” across the top and graduates to almost 3 ¾” across the bottom. Smaller cutter stands almost 4” tall and measures 3” across. More pictures available!
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Wonderful bowl sporting out of round form and also surprises us with a hand painted winter scene. Vestiges of glitter possibly Mica dot the painting and act as a highlight enhancing the scene. Wooden spoon is also included. There are some dark spots present that appear at random but do not detract from this hand painted creation. Areas of wear are attributed to the rim lip. The back of the bowl possesses a delicious dark patina. There are some tight cracks located on the back but do not appear on the front. A rough area resides on the outside rim and a small hole (where the dark area is located) is also visible on the back. Some areas on the surface appear lighter in color. Appropriate surface wear appears on the bottom of the bowl where it touched the surface it was placed on. There are no chips to report. The wooden spoon does have some areas of loss just above the bowl on the left hand side as well as some age related cracks limited to the edge of the bowl. This piece shows well and blesses us with artistic whimsy! Bowl measures 12” across (right to left), measures 13” across (front to back), stands 3 ¼” tall and measures 4” across the bottom. Spoon measures 12" tall.
Price: $135.50 Freight to be Determined
Hard to find Putz ram having a spotted wooly coat. Blue collar is marked Germany and still retains original bell. His horns have a “make~do” repair and are not original. It appears a piece of gold foil was used and I am unsure when this repair occurred. His darling face has been hand painted with eyebrow features. The right ear has a chip on the edge but the other ear is fine. One of the front legs is a little wobbly but the rest are in good shape. You may have to position this leg a little outward for him to stand correctly. There are some areas in his coat that appear light brown in color and are probably age related. He never had a tail and there is very minor paint loss. He measures 3 ¼” tall, measures 2 ½” tall (back rear location), measures 3 ¼” from the tip of his nose to the rear and measures almost 1” across his rear area. More pictures available just ask.
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Beautiful walnut solitaire game board that dates from mid- to late 19th century. Vintage glass “cats eye” marbles including the “shooter” substitute original handmade clay marbles. Gorgeous rich patinaed original surface delights us with speckled color variations in the wood. There is one tight crack located on the outside top edge that cascades down toward the side and terminates ½” on the bottom. There is one more lone smaller crack on the outermost edge. A tiny nick is present on the inside raised rim as well as a cluster of scratches. The bottom sporting a chamfered bottom edge has experienced some rough areas near the edge. This piece still has an overall wonderful appearance considering the age. Perfect addition to your game board collections! Measures 11 ¾” across (horizontal) by 12” (vertical) front to back and is almost ¾” thick. More pictures available just ask.
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Beautiful firkin dating from 1840 to 1860 sporting lively squash green paint. Handle moves freely and the staves and bands are tight. One area of wood loss dedicated to the outer edge of the lid. Nail construction with reinforced staples to each individual finger end except on the lid. A couple bent over nails were used to secure the bottom band. Spray paint residue on the inside near the top opening. Nice medium size and displays very well! Stands 13 1/2" tall including the handle, measures 9 1/2" tall with handle displayed in a downward position, measures 9" across the top and 9 1/2" across the bottom. More pictures available just ask.
Price: Sale Price $175.50 Was $235.50 Freight to be determined after providing Zip Code.
Wonderful early 1900's Mincemeat advertising bucket in mustard paint with contrasting apple green painted metal bands. Staved construction with staple fingers and nail reinforcements to bands. Gorgeous graphics 90% intact showing a bucolic scene of a Jersey cow in a field with the barn off in the distance. The manufacture "Atmore & Son, Inc., Philadelphia Pennsylvania" as well as the contents are clearly legible. The incised lid is marked 20 LBS with instructions "to keep in a cool place and stir often". Paint loss and rust on bands as well as dark areas in the wood sprinkled at random. Minor tiny chips to bottom edge along with a couple cracks on the top cover. Medium to large size stacking capability. Overall very good condition as this piece shows well and offers color as well as interest. Stands 10" tall, measures 9 3/4" across the top and measures 11" across the bottom. More pictures available!
Price: $175.50 ~Freight to be Determined~
This interesting spice box fashioned from cut nails dates from the early 19th century and has great form sporting a raised center on the slide lid cover along with trim details that finish off this piece quite nicely. The six divided compartments are intact and boast honest patina preserved by the protection of the lid. There is a piece of wood missing from the top upper corner. It does not appear to be a clean break and my guess is this corner may have been affected by a hungry visitor who tried to gain entrance for the delectable goodies housed inside. The left bottom corner has slight damage. It is structurally sound and sports a dry attic appearance. Very unusual spice box that is not commonly found. Box measures almost 9” across, stands 3 ¼”tall and measures 5 ¾” front to back (deep). Compartments measure about 2 ½” by 2 ½”. More pictures available!
Price: $225.50 SALE PRICE $199.50
This sweet old bottle doll was found in Virginia and measures just about 15" tall and stands on a 3 1/2" bottle base which is covered in black fabric and has a plaid petticoat ruffle along the bottom. Her dress is a brown silk and she has a white pinafore/apron pinned to her front. The head and arms are made of a dark brown stocking type fabric. Arms move up and down slightly. She has a little pinched nose, button eyes, a stitched mouth, and what looks like yarn or thread hair. She is further embellished with little drop earrings. There is a 3 1/2" seam separation to the bottom of her dress as seen in our photo. What a charming girl she is and definitely an old one! Contact Judy. Thank You! Free Shipping
Price: 165.00 ~Sale Price $125.00
Hand-carved cheese mold purchased in Sweden in the early l980's. Often made for a future bride by her intended husband. All original dry finish measuring 10" long x 4 1/2" wide x 3 1/4" deep. Sturdy condition with some age and usage wear to end pieces and a small piece of missing wood from the back as seen in photos. Contact Judy. Free Shipping
This antique pantry box was found in Virginia and was evidently used to store dried peas as the word "peas" is stenciled on the side. All tack construction (no staples) and showing a nice dark, rich patina. The lid had a crack which we have repaired and there is a wedge of missing wood about 1 1/2" long to the right of the repair (see photo #1). These old pantry boxes are getting harder to find at a reasonable price and we are pleased to be able to offer this l9th century piece at an affordable price. Height is about 4 1/2" and diameter is 8 3/4". FREE SHIPPING! Contact Judy Thank You.
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