PAINTED WASH STAND. Great early 19th century American Sheraton pine painted two tier wash stand with one drawer. Scroll shaped high back splash over a single shelf with one drawer and nicely turned pilasters and legs. Square knuckles on all four corners. A nice yellow overall paint with edging accents of green. Center of the back splash is a nice stylized image of a basket of flowers. Original brass drawer pull. In great condition with natural wear on the painted surfaces. Measures 37.75" in height, 14" in depth and 17" in width. Circa 1825 to 1830.

 

FOR SALE @ $485.00

TOLE PAINTED TRUNK. A wonderful 19th century Pennsylvania Dutch painted tole tin lidded trunk. Classic square shape container with a domed shaped top that has been indented in the center. Not completely sure if this was the intentional design or if something of weight sat on the top and bent it in over time. Otherwise it has great graphics and color with a pair of Colonial figures adorning the front panel surrounded by a classical dutch flower and heart design. Handles on both sides. Interior is in it's original red paint. In very good condition with some paint loss but great color. Measures 23" in length, 16" in height and 16" deep. Circa 1850 to 1860.

 

FOR SALE @ $495.00

TOLE PAINTED TRAY. A very nice small 19th century American tin tole painted tray with serpentine shaped edges. Black field with a stenciled, stylized image of fruit and flowers set in the center. A gold stenciled geometrical border follows the outer edge shape. Indented "handle" forms from below are visible on the ends. Condition is fair with some bending of the outer edge, but the paint and color is very good. Measures 11.75" in length and 8.5" in height. Circa 1840 to 1850.

 

FOR SALE @ $45.00

PAIR OF WOODEN DECOYS. Wonderful pair of hand carved late 19th century, early 20th century wood and paint "Blue Wing Teal" decoys form the Ojbiway/Chippewa Red Lake Indian Reservation region. Shaped carved bodies with carved peg applied heads. Original black paint overall with traces of applied blue wing paint, white eye highlights and hand forged metal eyes. Very nice proportions with natural pitting and wear. One decoy measures 11" in length and the other, 10.5" in length.

 

FOR SALE @ $450.00/pair

IRON MORTAR & PESTLE. Great late 19th early 20th century large American iron mortar & pestle trade sign. Made to set on top of a counter or display case. Typical mortar convex shape with duel handles with and accent rings. Pestle features a rounded handle that tapers to a larger bulbous round shape. Has the same shaped ring accents. Measures 11" in height, 11.5" in diameter at the top with a base diameter of 8.5". Pestle measures 20" in length.

 

FOR SALE @ $195.00

AMERICAN FRAKTUR. Great American early 19th century Pennsylvania Fraktur. Printed black ink then hand colored by brush and block print, a German fraktur with personal information hand written and dated 1827. great graphics with vibrant colors and sophisticated graphics. Mounted on board but in great condition. Framed measurements are 19.25 x 23.25 with a visible measurement of 12.25 x 16". Circa 1827.

 

FOR SALE @ $255.00

MASONIC APRON. Rare, exceptional mid to late 19th century Masonic apron complete with ownership provenance. Crisp clear lithograph graphics in the center with a columned alter flanked by a beehive on one side and an anchor on the other. The "all-seeing eye of Providence" looks over all from above. Narrow silver bullion fringe surrounds the edges. Apron made by Middleton & Wallace. Within the framed apron is set a tintype photo of the owner, Mr. William Riley Jones. Separate framed document shows the years he was petitioned for entrance to be a Masonic, when he was initiated, and the year of his death. Document is signed by the Secretary, Roy S. Wilson. All from the Madisonville, Kentucky,  Lodge No. 143. In excellent condition with some wear around the edges, some small stains but no holes. Framed measurements are 21.5" by 21.25".

 

FOR SALE @ $2,200.00

PAINTED PANTRY BOX. Nice 19th century small lidded black green painted pine pantry box. Side laps are fixed with small square headed tacks. Measures 2.75" in height and 6" in diameter.

Circa 1840 to 1850.

 

FOR SALE @ $110.00

CANVAS GOOSE. Fun late 19th, early 20th century painted canvas goose on stand. Sewn together and then painted with a grey body, white chest and under rear and a black neck with a white jowl area. Hints of wing feathers with brush strokes along the upper sides. Iron rod mounted into a piece of driftwood holds the goose up. Measures 28.5" in height and a length of 26.5" from beak to the tail. Driftwood measures 16.5" in length.

 

FOR SALE @ $285.00

PAINTED BOX. Great 18th century American pine storage/tool box in original green painted surface. Bevel edged lid with original hand-forged iron snipe hinges and strap handle with loop for locking. Hand made nail construction. In excellent, sturdy condition with natural well wore areas. Measures 26.25" wide, 9.5" tall and 10.5" deep. Circa 1790.

 

FOR SALE @ $300.00

PAINTED HIGH CHAIR. Wonderful 19th century American pine painted child's Windsor high chair. Plank seat with gentle turned spindles and a yoke shaped seat back with splayed arm rests. Tall turned legs with cross stretcher support. All in original black paint with yellow striping along the seat back and a stylized floral design in red in the center. In very good, sturdy condition with natural wear in all the right places. Foot rest extension is missing. Measures 33" tall, 15" wide and 16" deep.

Circa 1830

 

FOR SALE @ $195.00

PAINTED PANTRY BOX. Nice 19th century small lidded black green painted pine pantry box. Side laps are fixed with small square headed tacks. Measures 2.75" in height and 6" in diameter.

Circa 1840 to 1850.

 

FOR SALE @ $110.00

TOLE APPLE TRAY. Very nice American 19th century elongated apple tray with cutout handles. Black paint with bright yellow and red Pennsylvania Dutch floral design inside and out. Showing minor loss. Measures 13.5" long and 8" wide.

 

FOR SALE @ $85.00

AMERICAN WINDSOR CHAIRS. Great pair of early 19th century butterfly bamboo Windsor chairs in original yellow paint all over. Featuring a butterfly form plaque daintily painted on the front with a motif of flowers, greenery and a stylized drape thru out. Plank bottom seats with turned bamboo style spindles, splayed legs and stretchers. Great look and in very good condition with signs of some wear. Circa 1820 to 1830.

FOR SALE @ $425.00

SUGAR BUCKET. Nice 19th century rather large New England lidded sugar bucket with handle in original light green paint. Lapped over finger construction with handmade brass tacks on the top and bottom rims. Pegged hinged handle and inside is unpainted. Measures 15.5 " tall with a diameter  of 15".

FOR SALE @ $235.00

WOODEN HEARSE DRAPES. An exceptional and rare pair of American pine hearse curtains. Great carving depicting a set of open drapes with tie backs, delicate pleats and folds. Outside edges have insets for the insertion of them into the frame of the hearse buggy. All in a rich mahogany stain. Some crazing and dry wood cracks on one unit, but overall in excellent condition. Each curtain measures roughly 17.25" in length from the widest part and 32.25" in height. Circa 1840 to 1850.

 

FOR SALE @ $595.00/pair

TOLE TRAY. Great mid 19th century American original tole tray. Rectangular in shape with irregular grip openings at both ends. Around the outside bowed edge panel is a design of floral patterns in greens, yellows and reds. A small broken "bamboo" pattern lines the inside flat section of the tray surface. Measures 21.75" long and 16" wide. Circa 1850 to 1860.

 

FOR SALE @ $ 155.00