Southfork Farm Antiques

Tom Wheatley | Kentucky | (502) 836 - 3053 | southforkfarmantiques@gmail.com

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, PAYPAL, 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!


Christmas Postcard

I am selling an embossed Christmas postcard from about 1920. There is a locomotive pictured rolling through the snow. The card is in very good condition, with no tears or creases, and no damage at the corners. Nice gift for collectors, It measures 5 1/2" X 3 1/2". Feel free to ask questions.

Price: $8.00 + SHIPPING

2021-Dec-03 02:07pm EST | Tags :

Christmas Greeting Card

Being offered is an early Christmas card. On the back of the card in tiny writing at the top it says "Edith, Dec. 10, 1904". The front is embossed, with the letters and decorations being raised. The card is in very good condition. There are no tears or creases. Please feel free to ask questions. It measures 3 1/2" X 4 1/2".

Price: $10.00 + SHIPPING

2021-Dec-03 01:55pm EST | Tags :

1890s New Year Card

A great early Happy New Year card from 1890 to 1900. Very simple with children and their dog. The colors are bright for its age. The condition is very good with no creases or tears. It was lovingly added to an album as there are traces of homemade paste (flour and water) are on the corners, but no harm was done. The card was addressed in faded pencil to: "Maud Ballard La Grange Oldham Co Ky" This is back when everybody knew everybody. Simple times, simple address. The card measures 7 3/4" X 4". Feel free to ask questions. More pics can be taken.

Price: $12.00 + SHIPPING

2021-Dec-03 01:32pm EST | Tags :

1800s Ohio Spoon Rack

Being offered to you is a good early pine spoon rack, believed to originate in Ohio from the early to mid 1800s. It is made to hold graduated sizes of spoons. The place where the two pieces of wood cross is held with a large square nail. Square nails were used in making this wonderful piece of Americana. A few of the pegs shown have been replaced over the years. This is a great piece to hang in your kitchen, dining room, or hearth. It measures 25 1/2" x 6 1/2" x 18" from the bottom to the top. I can send more pics to you.

Price: $410.00 + SHIPPING

2021-Dec-02 03:00pm EST | Tags :

Stoneware Pitcher

This listing is for a Circa 1880 glazed stoneware pitcher in blue and white. The blue stripe around the pitcher hand painted and makes this a wonderful addition for the country collector. This represents simpler times, with simple form. There are no chips or cracks. I can send additional pics. The measurements are 9" high, 5" across the opening, and 6" across the base. Feel free to ask questions.

Price: $175 + SHIPPING

2021-Dec-02 02:45pm EST | Tags :

Early 1700s Tape Loom Box

I have for sale a wonderful early 1700s primitive tape loom. It is totally hand planed and is constructed with ROSE HEAD NAILS! There is normal wear for a piece this old and everything works. In my second photo you can see that there is a wooden gear with a wooden stop to hold the weaving in place. I have never found one this early. This is a rare find. I would be glad to send you additional pictures. I can only post 2 pics on Dig. The shipping cost will depend on your zip code. It measures 19" long, 9" wide, and 15" tall at the loom end, and 14" at the crank end.

Price: SOLD!!! THANK YOU

2021-Nov-26 03:00pm EST | Tags :

Early Spoon Rack

I am offering an early Pennsylvania spoon rack made of walnut with early paint. It will hold 6 spoons and it has a wonderful look!! The paint shows good wear. It was put together with cut screws. Cut screws are hand made, and the slots in the head were cut into the head by hand. The measurements are 11 1/2" wide, 8" from top to bottom, and 2" deep. A great piece to hang in your kitchen or on your hearth.

Price: $450.00 - FREE SHIPPING

2021-Nov-21 04:00pm EST | Tags :

Loom Light

For sale is a great hand wrought loom light from the early 1800s. Loom lights were used by weavers to give light while they worked at their craft. It measures 14 3/4" long, and 2 1/2" wide at the candle socket.

Price: $350.00 + FREE SHIPPING!!!

2021-Nov-19 11:00am EST | Tags :

Early Wild Game Hanger

This is a great example of primitive! For sale is a early 1800s wild game hanger. This was used to hang small game on after the hunter brought it home. It has some chip carving on the board. It has a Pennsylvania look to it. This piece is not dirty, but I am selling it with the grunge as I found it. Looks like there might be some old paint under the grunge. GREAT PRIMITIVE PIECE!!! It measures 32" x 7 3/4". If you want more pics just let me know.

Price: $350.00 + FREE SHIPPING!!!

2021-Nov-19 11:00am EST | Tags :

1700s Pennsylvania Scrub Box

I am offering for sale, a early scrub box with a lollipop top from Pennsylvania. The chip carving lends itself to be from Penn. The dealer I got it from bought it from an estate auction held on a farm that had been in the family since the early 1700s. This piece dates to around 1760. It has square nail construction, and awesome wear from use. It measures 31" tall, 5" wide, 4" front to back. The box is 6" deep. I can send more pics if you want.

Price: $600.00 - HOLIDAY PRICE $525.00 + SHIPPING

2021-Nov-19 11:00am EST | Tags :

New England Piggin NEW ITEM!!!

Early piggin from New England in old green paint. The size is unusual. It measures 12" at the opening, 6 1/2" deep, and is 10 1/2" from bottom to the top of the handle. A small piece of the bottom band is missing below the handle and has been for a lot of years. The bottom is hand chamfered.

Price: $475.00 + SHIPPING

2021-Nov-19 11:00am EST | Tags :

1800s Buttocks Basket

For sale is a buttocks basket from the 1800s. It is in excellent condition. There are no breaks or holes in it. The handle has that "well used" feeling. It came from an estate sale in Kentucky. It measures 10" at the opening. The widest part is 13". The height is 10" from the bottom of the basket to the handle. I can provide more pics.

Price: $110.00 - HOLIDAY PRICE $85.00 + FREE SHIPPING

2021-Nov-19 10:00am EST | Tags :

Pan Lamp

From the early 1800s, this pan lamp is a great piece. All hand wrought, and the wick holder is still intact. Original hanger with expected wear. 10" tall from the tip of the hanger to the bottom of the pan. 3 1/4" from the lip to the back. The pan is 3/4" deep.

Price: $185.00 SALE $150 + FREE SHIPPING

2021-Oct-28 03:48pm EDT | Tags :

Grease Lamp

Early grease lamp from 18th century. Wonderful hook handle to hang on the back of a chair or the mantle. Wicks were laid in the grease and out of the spout at one of the corners of the triangle. Great addition to your lighting collection.

Price: $185.00 SALE $150.00 + FREE SHIPPING!!!!!

2021-Oct-28 03:38pm EDT | Tags :

Early Piggin

Early New England piggin made of pine. Great wear on the handle. Early to mid 1800s. Has a really nice patina. No repairs that I can see. It measures 6 1/4" across the top, 8 1/4" across the bottom, and 12 1/2" tall at the tip of the handle. Good primitive piece.

Price: $295.00 + Shipping

2021-Oct-06 07:00pm EDT | Tags :

Old Ovoid Whiskey Jug

For sale is an ovoid Jug with a bale handle. Possibly a liquor jug. There is no name or markings on it. There are no cracks, however, there is a chip at the bottom edge that appears to have been there for a long time. There is also a chip where the bale handle joins the jug. This too looks like it has been there a long time because it is worn smooth. It measures 10 1/2" tall, 7" across the bottom, and 8" at the widest part of the jug.

Price: $225.00 + Shiping

2021-Oct-06 07:00pm EDT | Tags :

Gathering Basket

This is a nice gathering basket from the late 1890s to the early 1900s. It is in very good shape. There are no breaks anywhere in the basket. There is wonderful wear on the handle. It measures 12" x 13" x 6" deep. The overall height is 11 1/2". I will send more pics if you like.

Price: $58.00 + SHIPPING

2021-Aug-30 07:00pm EDT | Tags :

1800s Flax Hatchel

For sale is an early to mid 1800s flax hatchel. The details on this are great. The iron hanger is hand forged and attached through the wood with a forged rivet. The comb part is also held to the wood with hand forged rivets. It measures 21" long x 5" wide x 5" high at the tip of the spikes of the comb. I will send more pics if you wish.

Price: $150.00 + SHIPPING

2021-Aug-30 07:00pm EDT | Tags :

Storage Box

This is a nice storage box, probably Scandinavian, but the color and style is really neat. It has a wire bale handle, and you can see that it was hand planed. Sometimes these are referred to as a bride's box, but I am not totally sure. It measures 16" x 10" x 6.5" tall. I can send more pics if you wish.

Price: $410.00 SALE $360.00 + Shipping

2021-Aug-22 01:41pm EDT | Tags :


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