Southfork Farm Antiques
Hi! My name is Tom Wheatley. Thanks for stopping by Southfork Farm Antiques. My wife, Susie and I have been buying and selling antiques since 1986. We offer early lighting, fireplace iron, country primitives in original paint, and many other interesting items. It doesn't get too primitive for us. We search for the best things so we can offer you the quality you are looking for. I currently accept checks in good standing and USPS money orders. Checks must clear before your item is shipped. You may also LAY-AWAY your item to help you with your purchase. I will accept returns within 72 hours. Please email me or call me and let me know what the issue is. If the item returned is in the same condition as when I shipped it, I will refund the cost of the item minus shipping and insurance. Kentucky residents are subject to 6% Kentucky sales tax. I only sell and ship within the U.S.. Please don't hesitate to ask questions or ask for additional pictures. We appreciate your inquiries. All shipping and insurance cost is the buyer's responsibility. We allow you to also pick your item up in person. I SHIP USING USPS, UPS, FEDEX, whichever is cheapest for you!
I am offering for sale a nice early tin sand weighted chandelier in sage green paint. This dates from around 1780 to 1820. It is all original with no known repairs. The candle cups are crimped tin, and there is a folk art type of decoration hammered into the tin. The arms have rolled tin edges. There is one small rust hole in the upper part the body, but it does not take away from the piece. It is a very nice early piece that would look great in any room. I will send additional pics at your request. It measures: approx. 16" X 16" not including the chain. The length with the chain is about 26". Please don't hesitate to email or call with questions.
Price: $1600.00 + SHIPPING
I'm selling a hanging candle holder/loom light. Very nice primitive, but delicate look. It retains its original surface and dates from about 1800. It would look great hanging from a cupboard door, or in a window. Great for your lighting collection. It measures: 15 1/2" long. I can send more pics upon request.
Price: SALE PENDING
I am offering an early butter carrier from the late 1700s to the mid 1800s. It was used by butter salesmen to carry their butter from house to house. The case is walnut and is hand dovetailed. There are two sliding lids that show the inside which is divided into five sections, each with a removable divider. The dividers appear to be original and are chamfered on each end so they can be easily removed. The sliding lid has rosehead nails in the trim piece. There is a hand wrought iron bale handle. The owner's name is carver into the face by the handle. "J. B. GEISSINGER". It measures: 17" X 19" X 6". I will provide additional pics upon request.
Price: $575.00 -- + SHIPPING
For sale is a hand wrought pricket light, dating back to the late 1600s to early 1700s. There are three feet, each with up-turned ends and finished with the ends curled under. This is an excellent piece of early iron lighting. Primitive, yet elegant. It measures: 9" tall and 7" wide.
Price: $525.00 -- +SHIPPING
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