Antique Associates at West Townsend, Inc.
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Slip decorated Redware Plate, Norwalk CT, c 1840 with coggled rim. Decorated with large looping zigzag lines of yellow slip. Minor chips and some flaking to slip
Folk Art Cane, Carved and Painted Walking Stick, painted polka dot serpent with forked sheet iron tongue. Coiled around a painted and tapering shaft with a little green frog. The shaft is incised and carved. 32.5", late 19th c, Very good condition
Speckled and Streaked Manganese against orange-red. New York State, c 1850-60, 9.75" Few chips to foot, Applied handle.
Price: SOLD- Thank you
Lathe turned bowl in original blue paint featuring a lipped rim and a defined foot/base. A pair of concentric rings ornament the side. c-1790-1810, 3.75" x 1 5/8", excellent condition
Price: SOLD- Thank you
Paper Mache Bulldog Store Display in very good condition. Black studded collar, 18" x 12"
Price: SOLD- Thank you
19thc Dry Sink in red paint, Pennsylvania, Poplar. Condition is very good commensurate with age and use. Dry scraped many years ago. Displays original red paint. Old shrinkage fissure to lower backsplash but us stable and secure. The case has a pair of recessed paneled door and all is raised on cutout bracket feet. 47.5" x 18.25" x 38"
Queen Anne Tall Chest of Drawers in the circle of Peter Bartlett, Salisbury, MA. c-1800 Maple with some figure, white pine. In excellent condition. Period brasses are the second set. 5 drawers that are thumbmolded over a molded base raised on bandy legs. Rich color and patina.
Cooper made staved red bucket with iron hoops, wire bale handle in outstanding original lipstick red paint!!!! 8.5" tall
Mixed Media Painting on Paper, "Marsh at Sunrise". Tranquil marsh at sunrise in muted greens and yellows. Signed in lower left in red corner Chas. Partridge Adams. Mounted in French mat and gilt frame. Excellent condition. 13" x 15.5" framed.
Set of 6 Cut and Blown Wine Glasses, flint with funnel bowls, cut panel decoration, applied blade stems, solid foot, ground pontils with no cracks or chips. Each- 4" tall
Carving Set by Landers, Frary and Clark. Set contains 2 carving knives and forks and sharpening steel within a custom leather case. The set has stag horn handles with sterling repousse mounts. The knives measure 16.25" and 13" respectively. The forks measure 12" and 11" respectively. The sharpening steel is 14.5", the case is 18.75". All are in fine useable condition.
Serpentine Knife Box with Sloping Lid. Mahogany and various inlays. Late 18th C. General good condition with minor imperfections. 17" x 8.75" x 12.5" deep. Slotted interior.
Red painted candle snuffer/douser with finger loop 3.25", good condition Brass candle snuffer/douser with top ring, 2.5", good condition
Price: Red- $295.00 Brass-$135.00
Oil on Academy Board of Fox Hound. Signed G.W. Miller (George Welch). Welch was a well known animal and portrait painter in Bath and Bristol England. Very good condition, frame not original, framed: 17.75" x 15.75"; View: 13.50" x 11.50".
Watercolor Portrait on paper, c 1900, from an old New Haven CT home. Handsome, bearded, young sailor. Good condition, framed: 18.5" x 14.5", View: 12.75" x 14.75"
Bit Brace Drill, Ash Burl, Early 19th c, Period center (paddle) bit, 16". In excellent condition
Large Carnival Game Wheel in Great Paint in excellent original condition, made by H.C. Evans and Co. Chicago, circa 1930's, 36.5" diameter
Vintage Bureau Box/ Playing Card Box, Relief Carved in walnut, Floral Design, 1890-1920 ish, 8" x 5" x 2.25" Carved from a solid piece, interior is fitted with 2 compartments. Very good condition.
Triangular Folding Lamp with Mica Windows, unknown maker, circa- 1880-1900. Folds flat, spring loaded candle tube serves as a handle, can be hung from a chain. The surface is japanned and the mica windows are in good condition. 7.7" x 3.5"
Carved Bust of President William McKinley, likely carved soon after his assassination. 25th President of the US 1897-1901. Walnut, fine condition. 3.5" x 3.5" x 2", anonymous carver.
C 1870-1900 Express Wagon, Buckboard in original blue and bittersweet paint in very good condition. It retains a lift out gate and moveable bench seat with wooden spoked wheels trimmed in black. 35.5" x 21.5" x 20". 37.25" height at the handle
Price: $625.00 NEW PRICE
Finely Carved Birch Butter Paddle with Chevron decoration. 9.75" Excellent condition.
Bear Pen Wipe, Bear holding porcelain mug "We wont go home until morning", on felt base. 3.5" x 3.5" in very good condition
Blue Lidded Firkin, wooden swing handle, staved. Original paint, no repairs, nominal paint wear from use. Overall VG condition. 12" x 12.5" in diameter, 17.5" at the handle.
Portrait of a blue eyed gentleman, c 1830. American school, anonymous. Unframed, 30" x 25" in VG condition. All original including the stretcher. Period label on verso indicates the sitter is Nathanial Cobb, Boston
c 1850 Triple Portrait, 3 Children on canvas, American School, Anonymous. 21.5" x 19.25; View- 15" x 13", lined. Colorful and quite Charming, VG condition
Price: SOLD- Thank you
Carved Cookie Board/ Cake Print, signed Watkins. Impressed J.Y. Watkins, N.Y. (Watkins was successor to Henry Conger) Circa- 1870, 6" x 4" x 1". Walnut in very good condition. Relief carved of militiaman surrounded by flowers.
Round Nantucket Basket with swing handle, late 19th to early 20th c. Turned wooden base, oak staves and rim, cane woven. Good condition, shrinkage to handle. Handle pinned to hand cut brass ears. 3.5" x 7.5", 7.5" at the handle
Utility and Folk Art combined. 19th c Walnut and Pine Shaving Box with Star Inlays. Elliptical top lid, when open, lends the user to a star inlayed compartment for shaving cream which is worn smooth. Shaving Cream brush and toothbrush accompanies. 7.75" x 5.25" x 2.75" closed. Very good condition
Late 19th c splint basket in original paint found in Maine. 4.25" x 8", ASH, deep orange and highly oxidized green paint. Double rim, carved, notched handles, good surface, a few trivial breaks
19th c Table Mat or Doll Quilt, Crazy Quilt Style. Scalloped border with center patchwork. Made of mixed fabrics, 13.5" x 16". Fine condition with trivial staining.
Antique Figural Walking Stick/Cane, silver plated copper bust on fruitwood shaft with horn tip. 35.75" in length, unknown maker, anonymous portrait
Odd Fellows Torch Staff, Painted and Carved, American, c-1875. An unusual example featuring a twisted and painted realistic leather flame formed on a wire form. The turned handle retains its original gold paint and is decorated with brass upholstery tacks. There is minor loss of leather at the flame tip, all else in very good condition. 23" in length
Late18th c redware stew pot, Essex Cty MA or NH. 5.25", minor flecking at rim, all else in fine condition
Original Paint Decoration, Cast Iron Picture Frame/Mirror, c 1850-90. Surmounted by a spread wing eagle
Whale Smoking Tobacco and Drum Granulated Tobacco Pouches with Paper labels in very good condition. Never opened. Colorful and graphic labeling of a spouting whale for Factory No 256 District of No Carolina which belonged to the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. This pouch retains its federal tax stamp and has an image of John Adams. The 16 oz stamp is marked with the date of 1926. 7.75" x 4.5" x 3.5". The Drum pouch contains "Old Ripe Cured Leaf" has 2.5 oz of tobacco in a sealed cloth pouch for American Tobacco Co. Drum brand (early tax stamp) 4" x 2.5" 1.5"
New England Militia Canteen in original black and red paint. Signed BURR, leather sling straps. C 1810-20, Oak and pine, copper rosehead tacks and peg construction. Woodchip loss on front caused by shrinkage against wooden peg. Scratch carved initials on back:"SD". Canteen is maker signed- E.Burr-Elisha Burr (1776-1863) Hingham MA. "MS" painted over original "US" likely right after the WAR of 1812. Condition id very good. 7.25" x 2.5"
18th c Wrought Iron Pipe Kiln with 3 iron hoops mounted vertically, joining a pair of horizontal iron rails. It is fitted with a loop handle and raised on feet. Pipe kilns were used to clean clay pipes. When the pipes became foul with tobacco juice, pipes were not disposed of, yet were placed in the kiln and baked at a high temperature and removed clean to reuse. This example is the perfect size for most clay pipes. 12" x 6" x 10" to the top of the ring.
Price: SOLD- Thank you
1940's Pencil and Crayon Drawings- Trains, Deco Locomotives and Rail Cars on Paper One is signed D.S. Littell (Mt. Gilead, Ohio). Framed -17.5" x 14.4". Nicely Done, very good condition
Sheet Iron Shield shaped Flag Holder in red, white and blue. 40 stars, 16.5" x 14" Old blue paint touch-up around top border, all else in good used condition.
18th c yellow birch molding plane with original wedge. 10", made by Revolutionary War Officer Joseph Fuller of Providence, R.I.. Stamped with his name and city. Excellent condition. Rare with lignum boxing.
19thc Bottle Whimsey, probably sailor made. Contains 4 tier yarn winding swift. Carved stopper closes the mold blown bottle. Excellent condition, 5.75"
19thc painted checkerboard with moldings applied with square nails. Board features 3 colors. Pumpkin, red and black. Dry surface. 13.75" x 14" x 1"
Apple Green painted wall basket, 3rd qtr. 19thc, excellent condition. Original surface history, corners intact, no breaks. 9" x 7.5" x 4"
Signed copy of THE ENGRAVED POWDER HORN, 1996. Hardcover with dust jacket, Very Good condition
Paint Decorated Slide Lid Candle Box, New England, early 19th c, maple. Sharp chamfered lid, 7.75" 4.5" x 4.75". Very Good condition
c 1860, Handstitched quilt in Turkey Tracks Pattern, 84" x 78" Brightly colored, and early browns with minor staining on the rear and fold fading.
Sheet metal chamberstick in chrome yellow paint. Tabbed candle socket, large finger loop, very good condition, 5.75" x 1.75"
Early 19th c turned New England bowl in nice form with great tool marks. Excellent condition, out of round, 7" x 6.5" x 1.75", natural color
Child seated in an upholstered chair, New England, first qtr. 19th c. 27.75" x 33.25" framed. View size 21" x 26.5", oil on canvas. Very good condition. Relined. Child wears white lace cap and white dress NEW PRICE!
Wrought Iron Trestle Feet Andirons, c 1750. 15.25" x 9.75" x 14.5" deep. Very good condition. American, perhaps English. Ring top
Double sided wooden sign with smaltz. Curved lower border, 19.25" x 5.5" x .75", gold lettering has been refreshed at some point. Very good condition.
Price: $525.00- NEW PRICE
Oval tinned sheet iron sconce. New England, crimped border, single candle nozzle with folded rim and crimped drip pan. Very good condition, 14.5" x 9.75" x 4.5"
Black Painted Articulated Horse pulling Bittersweet painted wagon with mustard painted cast wheels. In fine functioning condition, 10" x 5"
Tramp Art Box, c 1880-1900. Hinged cover, stepped feet. 10" x 7" x 9". Very good condition. Layers alternating between notched and beveled. Great alligator varnish finish.
Hankie, "The Sheep", c 1830, framed, excellent condition. Framed: 17" x15.75" Sight : 13" x 11.75"
Price: $850.00- NEW price
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