Gay Barton Antiques
I am pleased to be the newest kid on the block at Dig Antiques. especially when I opened my first antiques shop in 1969! whoops! Almost can figure out I am not young! I will be selling early small items. Collection of chalk ware, many Ca. 1650 Spanish candlesticks, a weathervane collection, Christmas ornaments, Xmas tree fence, Rabbit ware plates, (English Ca. 1900 and really scarce in today’s world,)Many small early items. I will ship every Monday from UPS -FedEx if you have an account there. Three day exchange if item is returned in same condition as shipped. I will accept money orders, cash or check. My phone number is 573-657-3007. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Signed T.P.Mead. The Mead Pottery was started in Ohio in 1775! this is a one gallon that measures 10 and a half high with blue splotches on handles and signed signature.
Beautiful 1800’s Persian Vase. Measures 8 q1/2” high. Love the beautiful birds. Mint condition.
Unmarked, mint condition one gallon decorated stoneware. This size is hard to find! Lots more large ones on the market. When I took the picture of the bottom I see a tiny age crack in the bottom.
I call all these Ca. 1650 candlesticks Spanish. They could be Dutch or Netherlands but I don’t know how to tell the difference! tray base. I will sell more of my collection if there is interest.
Pair of walnut hand carved frames with Religious miniature paintings on Ivory. (Attached easel). Two and a half inches wide and 3 and a half inches tall.
Hollow early chalk ware sheep. Mint but a little soiled from all the years. 5” long, four”tall.One of my favorite pieces!
solid chalk ware sheep with old bell around it’s neck. 5” long, 5” high. original paint with some chips.
charming chalk ware couple. “Notne Amour”. Nine and a quarter inches tall and 5” wide.
In Owl form. I collected these for several years and then have not seen one for sale for several years. There will be more posted if any interest.
unbelievable! 24 and 1/2 feet plus two 3” gates and one four” gate. Red and green. Each section is 9 1/2”. 31 sections. Part of fence is pictured.
Hard to find chicken weathervane Ca. 1900. Rusty, wusty but cute to hang over a primitive picture. Bullet holes. Measures 24 long x9” high.
This is only the second one of these German sheep in a cage that I have had in all my antiquing years! Ca. 1900. Sone slight wool missing on one sheep. seven” long x3 1/2 high.
Ca. 1850. Tip of horn glued and antlers somewhat loose. Nine inches wide and 9 1/2 inches to top of horn.
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