Partridge Hill Antiques
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A lovely early 19th century blue and white geometric woven overshot coverlet. The coverlet measure 78" x 54" and would fit a double bed (photos show it on a queen size bed). The coverlet has a center seam and the long sides are not hemmed. This coverlet is in very good condition, with no holes, stains or tears and has no odor.
Price: $189 plus shipping
Really nice early butter stamp out of Pennsylvania, with great patina and pineapple design. Measures 4 3/4" in diameter; minor stress cracks on outside.
Price: $65 plus shipping
Nice large butter stamp with sheaf of wheat design. Measures 4 1/2" in diameter. Great sheaf of wheat design with leaf designs as well. Has a single crack on outside part; crack does not go all the way through. Plunger top has carved circular design, which is unusual.
Price: $59 plus shipping
Very nice small sized wooden knife box/utensil carrier with turned handle. Early small square nails on single board bottom. Measures 10 3/4" x 7 1/2" x 4" to top of handle. In good shape; some small stress cracks around nails on bottom but they do not go through the board. One small hole in side where a knot fell out but doesn't go through.
Price: $89 plus shipping
Unusual 12-sided stoneware bottle c. 1870, found in North Carolina. In very good condition, with no chips or cracks.
Price: $89 plus shipping
Large butter mold with swan design. Probably Continental. Measures 4 inches in diameter and 6 inches in height.
Price: $55 plus shipping
1890s Knights of Pythias Robe and Hat from the Hanover, Maine Knights of Pythias lodge, which was in existence until the late 1990s. This robe was used by the Commander Chancellor, who was the leader of the lodge. It was made by The Ward Stilson Company when they were located in New London, Ohio (1888-1913); there is a label on the inside. The robe also has a label Chancellor Commander. The exterior of the robe is a crimson velvet with yellow embroidery and gold metallic fringe. The inside of the robe is lined with ticking fabric and is embroidered with vines and flowers; see photo. The hat is made of similar crimson velvet and elaborate embroidery and is lined with yellow silk. It was made by the Henderson Ames Company. Additional photos can be provided upon request.
Price: $250 plus shipping
A nice example of German glass ornaments from the 1930s with light blue and white paint design. Measures 3 1/2 inches in height. Has original metal loop top.
Price: $36 plus shipping
19th century food chopper with crescent moon shaped blade and wood handle. Light weight and balanced. Very good condition. Blade is 7 1/8" in width and it measures 5 7/8" to top of handle.
Price: $30 plus shipping
Nice bright blue stoneware butter crock with unglazed striping on the lid. Marked 2LB on bottom. Measures 6 1/4" diameter and 4" height to rim of lid. Some minor condition issues: a couple ofmflea bites on the under lid and a 1 1/2" hairline that doesn't go through to the outside of the crock...see photo with lid off for details-hairline shows in upper right.
Price: $40 plus shipping
A nice wooden hinged lid filing box with hand painted lettering. The letters appear to be either V.t or U.t. I wondered if it might have been meant to be Vermont. The box measures 9 1/2" x 2 1/2" x 4". The hinges work well and are stable and the box is otherwise in good shape.
Price: $29 plus shipping
Colored memorial lithograph published by Nathaniel Currier (prior to joining Currier & Ives). Completed in ink in memory of Joseph.F. Morrison who died on April 13, 1845 Aged 25 years and 6 months. Unlike other memorial lithos, which often have mourners draped on the tombstone, this one has the symbolic weeping willow but a nice floral cemetery and a church and harbor in the background. Nicely framed in a simple black frame. Some staining and a year in the upper right corner.
Price: $65 plus shipping
A lovely early 20th century pencil drawing of a sweet African American boy in a hat and suspenders standing on a rock in the middle of a stream, with a farmhouse in the background. Signed in the lower right F.M. Watson. Frank Morris Watson was an amateur artist and master painter at the Norfolk Navy Yard in Virginia; he also painted murals and did poster work during the WPA period. Nicely matted with acid-free matting and framed with a gilt frame. It measures 10" x 13 1/2" to the edge of frame.
Price: 75 plus shipping
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