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Early 24 Tube Candle Mold - New England, probably Pennsylvania. Bootjacl ends. Original finish. Top edge has minor edge loss - see photos. Pewter candle molds all in excellent condition. Mark on tubes is: CHA DAVOYNE. NY. Minor surface abrasions and edge loss consistant with age and use.
Measures 21 3/4" long x 6 1/2" wide x 18" tall

SKU: GOD3350 - Price: SOLD

Graniteware Watering Can - Rare and unusual piece of graniteware in excellent condition. Complete with original lid and spout cap. No serious collection is complete without this rare watering can. One just NEVER finds these with both the lid and the cap intact.
NOTE: The original spout cap has been STOLEN. I hope the thief is now happy that he has a rare piece.
Measures 6" diameter x 8" tall

SKU: DAC379 - Price: $175 Now only $125



Early Painted Butter Churn - with original guide and dasher. Wonderful construction and joinery. Beautiful apple green over gray. Bottom 2 bands are loose but holds tight when pushed down. This is typical for churns of this age due to wood shrinkage.
Marked on the bottom partially which would say "C. Wilder & Son / So. Hingham, Mass
Measures 22" tall x 9 1/4" at the top x 12" at the bottom. Dasher is 44" long

SKU: GAI10 - Price: $575

Early Child's Chair - Lovely little child's chair in original red paint and original rush seat. Wear appropriate with age.
Measures: seat height - 8", 22" tall, 14" wide in the front.

SKU: KSA91 - Price: SOLD



Early Hanging Wall Box - or candle box. Unusual form. All original with great red paint. All square nailed.
Measures 15" wide x 14" tall x 7 1/2" deep.

SKU: HOM - Price: SOLD

Early Small Apothecary - in the best old attic surface. All square nailed. All original.
Measures: 9 3/4" tall x 14 1/2" wide x 8 1/2" deep

SKU: GOD3319 - Price: $325




Early Table Top Dough Box - with original lid (hard to find). Painted in an old grungy browny red. Square nailed.
Measures: 10" tall x 14" wide x 27" deep

SKU: GOD3320 - Price: $319

Early Baking Canister Set - including "Ginger", "Nutmeg", "B. Powder". All in good condition. Knob replaced on the B. Powder tin. Great matching set in the early tole designs.
Each canister measures: 9" tall x 7 3/4" wide x 8 3/4" deep

SKU: HA355 - Price: $349 set



Early Egg Basket - Wonderful construction and form of this ribbed egg basket. Excellent condition. Ash splints with ash handle. Handle extending down thru the bottom becoming an integral part of the ribbed design.
Measures: 14" long x 13" wide x 8 1/2" high. 13" to top of handle.

SKU: HES43 - Price: $189



Early Gathering Basket - Nice splint basket with fixed handle. Good Condition!
Measures: 14" dia. x 10" high. 14" to top of handle.

Price: SOLD

Early Oval Splint Basket - Wonderful form with fixed hardwood handle. Lovely God's eye on the ends securing the bent handle. Good Condition considering age. Missing 6"section of weave. .
Measures: 20" long x 13" wide x 15" high to top of handle

Price: SOLD



Paris #18 Clipper - Early sled in great condition. Circa 1900 - 1910. Original Stencil on bottom, Great paint and subject matter. These sleds are getting harder and harder to find.
Measures: 10 1/2" wide x 40" long x 4" high

Price: $425



Early Paris Child's Sled #63 - made in South Paris, Maine in the late 1860's. The top board is in good paint. Was originally split but has been re-glued. It is not uncommon to find these sleds with the board split. Good stencil on the bottom. Front pull bar replaced with one from another Paris sled.
Measures: 30" long x 13 1/2" wide x 7 1/2" tall

Price: $875

Rare Paris Cutter - Child's cutter sled manufactured by the Paris Manufacturing Company, Paris ME. Circa 1890. This sled is unusual in that although it was manufactured by Henry Morton, founder of the company, it was painted by his brother William. William Morton was known to paint the artwork having to do with water and boats. Oak frame with iron runners. Pine board with detailed artwork along with finely detailed painting of 2 sailboats in the sea. Some restoration to artwork. Splits in board have been restored as well.
A wonderful, highly collectable sled with wonderful subject matter.

Measures: 12 1/2" wide x 49" long x 4 1/2" high

Price: $1550



Paris Snow Fairy #80 Sled - Rare early sled made by Paris Manufacturing Company in Paris Maine around 1870. This sled when new, had a wonderful hand painted design on the top board along with 2 small bells that hang from hooks inside the bentwood curls. One of the hooks remains intact and the other hook is broken off. The bells are always the first to get lost. The number "80" is written on the underside. For some reason, the sled was repainted covering up the design on the board but some of the outline of the original design can be seen through the paint. Good condition, no visible repairs.
Measures 36" long x 15" wide x 8" high

Price: $699

19th C Paint Decorated Sled with Provenance -Early sled in excellent condition. Red board with blue-green side rails and yellow pin striping along runners, knees, and side boards. One knee had been replaced. Maker unknown. Provenance on the sled dating back to 1877 in Somerville, NJ to a N. C. Porter. It was then handed down to Chester A Porter dated December 23 '98'.
Measures: 12" wide x 51" long x 8 1/2" high

Price: $389



Paris Sled - #68 Cutter with the word Gazelle painted on the top board. Typical Paris decorative accents along the top board as well. Appears to be a brown overpaint that has worn off revealing the original decoration. Front rail had been broken but stabilized with an old repair. Other than the repair, it is in great condition.
Measures: 36" long x 12" wide x 7 1/2" tall

Price: $289

Early Child's Clipper Sled - In original old red paint with traces of blue.
Iron Runners. Good Condition.
Measures: 41" long x 10 1/2" wide x 4" high.

Price: $89



Ice Sled - Heavy duty sled in original green paint. Used to haul ice blocks. Found in New York State. Remnants of red pin striping on the sides. Good, heavy duty iron. Some loss to the rear of the sides.
Measures: 48" long x 14" wide x 4 1/2" high.

Price: $299


19th C. N.E. Wall Box - in old yellow paint, over original yellow paint. Wonderful look and unusual color. Great patina. Right hinge/screw missing on lid. Made of eastern white pine.
Measures 9" wide x 14" tall x 9 1/2" deep

SKU: HOM - Price: $550



19th C Lift Top Box - in old grey paint. Lid (original) is painted blue on top and red underneath. Made of Hemlock. All square nailed. Most likely made to store dry goods.
Measures: 10 1/2" deep x 9 1/2" wide x 18 1/4" high.

SKU: HOM - Price: $599

Early Grain Scoop - These 2 scoops are perhaps the best I have ever come across. There are scoops and there are scoops, and these are amongst the best. This one has the best handle you can find. All carved from a solid piece of pine. Extremely nice Treen!
Measures: 15" long x 5" wide x 2 1/2" tall

SKU: GOD3235 - Price: $185



Early 18th C. Grain Scoop - carved from one piece of wood, which appears to be either pine or ash. Extremely nice piece of Treen which should be considered in any important Treen collection. This particular scoop is very unique in that it has initials carved in the end of the scoop.
Measures: 16 1/2" long x 6 1/2" wide x 3 3/4" high.

SKU: HES42 - Price: $235

19th Measure - in the BEST old red paint. Great iron bands. Great condition.
Measures: 15 1/4" dia.

SKU: MAEC13 - Price: $195



Early Salt Box - in old blue-green paint with black lid. Secured with early brads. Early 19th C. Wear consistent with age.
Measures: 9" tall x 5"wide x 4 1/2" deep.

Price: SOLD

Early Firkin in the BEST old attic surface - Signed on lid "HINGHAM, MASS". Some tearout on lid. Old copper nails. Great patina!
Measures 9 1/2" Dia. x 10 1/4" tall.

SKU: YAR4 - Price: SOLD



Unusual Banded Box - Stenciled and painted in the best old colors. Made to look like a stack of 2 pantry boxes but it is just one box. Bands are maple and the top and bottom is walnut. Very Unusual. Found in Ohio.
Measures: 12" dia. x 8" tall.

Price: SOLD

Lg Green Bale Handled Pantry Box - Originating in Maine, this wonderful pantry has great original paint. Top is more faded, but original to the piece.
Measures: 11 1/2" dia. x 6 1/2" tall.

SKU: GOD3260 - Price: $550



19th C Pantry Box - in original dark green, oxidized paint (appears black). Square nailed and wooden pins. Super swallowtail. Could be Shaker. You be the judge! Excellent condition!
Measures: 8" dia. x 3 3/8" tall.

Price: SOLD

19th C Painted Pantry Box - dark grungy green. Losses to paint.
Measures: 9 3/4" dia. x 5 3/4" tall.

SKU: DAC395 - Price: $300



Pantry Box in old gray paint - Great swallowtail joints on both bands. Secured with wooden pegs on top and bottom. Excellent pantry box.
Measures: 6 1/2" dia. x 2 1/2" tall.

SKU: DAC394 - Price: SOLD

19th C Painted Bale Handled Pantry Box - in original red paint. Found in Maine. Top band has a split (see photo). Paint and wear consistent with age.
Measures: 9 3/4" dia. x 5 3/4" tall.

SKU: HOM - Price: $325



19th C. Firkin - in original gray paint. Chip on top but stable.
Measures: 14" dia. x 13 1/3" tall.

SKU: HES52 - Price: $400

19th C Painted Pantry Box - X-Large pantry box in the best blue-green grungy paint. Some losses to to top band as well as the bottom. This is one of several boxes I have posted that will work great as the bottom of your stack of pantry boxes. Outstanding color and surface.
Measures: 18 1/4" dia. x 9 1/2" tall

SKU - HOM Price: $725



19th C. Large Mustard Panty Box - in original mustard-green paint. Made of chestnut. Another nice box for the bottom of your stack.
Measures: 13 1/4" dia. x 7 1/4 " tall.

SKU: HES51 - Price: $425

19th C Painted Pantry Box - X-Tall pantry box painted in an old red over earlier green. Unusual height.
Measures: 14 1/2" dia. x 11" tall

SKU: HES45 - Price: $350



Red Panty Box - Nice painted oak pantry box in original red paint. Some losses to top.
Measures: 9 3/4 dia. x 5" high.

SKU: HES63 - Price: $250



19th C. Very Large Batter Bowl - A great birch bowl originating from New Hampshire. Super nice in old attic surface. Small 3 1/2" hairline extending from the edge which is not unusual in a bowl of this size and age. Has a very thick 1" rim. My favorite bowl.
Measures: 22 1/2" x 21 3/4"

SKU: AAB4 - Price: $450

Very Early American Bowl - Appears to be American Indian. Made of Elm. All hand hewn with lots of character. 2 old repairs to the cracks however the wire is not old. Circa 1750 - 1800.
Measures: 11" x 10 1/2" dia x 3 1/2" high.

SKU: DAC354 - Price: $249



Stoneware Pitcher - with floral design. Probably made in New York State based on form. Minor rim chips. Hairline extending 2" down from top.

Price: SOLD



3 Gal Lyons Jug - Absolutely perfect condition. No chips, cracks, or repairs that I am aware of. Clean! Made by Thompson Harrington from the Lyons Pottery in Western NY between 1852 and 1872. Big bold 3 petal flower on the front accompanied by a large "3" just under the rim. Great spout and handle, for which Harrington is known for. He is also known for his generous amount of cobalt that he uses in his designs.
Measures 16" tall x 10" dia.


1 Gal Jug - Made by Frederick Stetzenmeyer between 1853 and 1860 in his pottery located in Rochester NY. Lovely tulip and stem design on the front in the heavy cobalt blue indicative of the Stetzenmeyer design. No cracks, chips, or repairs I am aware of. Slight blemish on front which appears to be a stack mark done in the kiln, as it has a glaze over it. Rare to find a 1 gal jug with this makers name on it.
Measures: 8" dia x 12 1/2" tall

SKU: HOM -Price: $695



1 Gal Pitcher - with cobalt foliate decoration on front. Northeast origin, probably NYS. 3rd quarter 19th C. Ovoid body with tall collar decorated with a slip trailed design of a stylized plant with scrolled stems featuring ball-shaped ends. Has 2 small chips on bottom and small nicks to rim. See photos.

SKU: CRFM11 - Price: SOLD


1 1/2 Gal Pitcher - with cobalt foliate decoration on front. Northeast origin. 3rd quarter 19th C. Ovoid body with tall collar decorated with a slip trailed design of a stylized plant with featuring ball-shaped ends. Larger than a 1 gal but is not marked, I assume it is about 1 1/2 gal in size. Has tiny 1/8" stone ping on front, small chip on bottom and 2 small nicks to rim. See photos.

SKU: GOD3298 - Price: SOLD


2 Gal Jar - with slip trailed cobalt floral decoration on front. NYS origin, mid 19th C. Cylindrical jar with rounded tooled shoulder, flared rim, and applied lug handles decorated with tulip design with shaded petals and leaves. Nice design, not signed. Has a curving crack from the rim on both sides and a small chip to the base occurring in the firing.

Price: SOLD


2 Gal Jar - of the Whites Utica Pottery located in NYS, originating in the 3rd quarter 19th C., with stylized cobalt foliate design stamped "WHITES UTICA". Chip on end of one handle, 2 short lines and a nick to opposite handle, 1 1/2" rim chip, and a smaller rim chip. 3 1/2" surface line on back side, small "Y" shaped surface line at base on front, as well as small base nicks.



3 Gal Jar - With the Burger symbolic flower stamped "BURGER & LANG/ROCHESTER N.Y. Circa 1875, cylindrical jar with flared rim and applied lug handles, decorated with a slip trailed floral design including a scallop-edged blossom with script "3" in the center flanked by 2 finely detailed leaves. 1 1/2" chip to side of rim. Several chips to rim (See Photos)

SKU: CRFM10 - Price: $299


2 Gal Ovoid Jug - Outstanding example of this maker's work in a beautiful stately ovoid form. Stamped "N. CLARK & CO/LYONS. Decorated with script "3" above a cobalt floral design. Also has a cobalt drip about 1 1/2" long to the right of the "3". No cracks, chips, or repairs I am aware of. Excellent condition.
Measures: 16" tall x 12" dia.

SKU: DA382 - Price: $549



19th C. Lyons 4 Gal Crock - With just the prettiest 3 flower design you are going to see from this maker. Thompson Harrington managed the Lyons pottery and marked his vessels this way from 1852 to 1872. This example is extremely clean.
Measures: 11" long x 4 1/2" wide

SKU: HA351 - Price: $525


19th C. 2 Gal Jug - Ovoid jug made by Israel Seymour out of Troy, NY in 1809-1850. Some staining, stack marks, and small stone pings. No cracks, chips, or repairs I am aware of.
Measures: 13" tall x 9" dia.

SKU: HA351 - Price: $249

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