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Accessories - last updated 09/6/16
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SMALLS

 

2nd Qrtr. 19th C Lidded Salt Box - Dovetailed walnut case. Old repair. Great surface
Measures 8" tall x 7 1/2" wide x 7 1/2" deep.

SKU: GAI39 - SOLD

 

 

19th C hanging Salt Box - Primitive pine salt box with remnants of blue paint. Missing lid.
Measures 12" tall 7" wide x 6" deep.

SKU: GAI38 - SOLD


 

Early French Milk Pitcher - The REAL Deal. Super color on this exceptional pitcher. Great for your Vintage kitchen.
Measures 15" tall x 7" dia at the bottom.

SKU: GSBP0020 - SOLD

 

 

18th C Pewter Mustard Pot - Rare mustard pot in great condition. Marked on the bottom.

Measures 4" diameter x 3" tall.

SKU: HES77 - $85


Early Step Stool - Nice small stool with bootjack ends. In original dark green paint. Made with small square head brads. Bead on bottom of rails. Great surface on the top.

Measures 13" long x 7" wide x 5" tall.

SKU: KPA9- $115

 

 

18th C Cheese Ladder - Pinned mortise and tenon construction. Very smooth and worn. Tapered ends. Made of Sycamore. Most likely originated in the Delaware River Valley or the Susquehanna areas. Used in the early cheese making trade.
Museum quality!
Measures 31" tall x 10" wide

SKU: HES73 - SOLD


 

19th C Seive - Wonderful banded construction. Bottom looks to be black ash splint. Great primitive!
Measures: 22" dia x 4 1/2" tall

SKU: HES82 -SOLD

 

 

Early Small Stool - Early chestnut stool with remnants of original mustard paint. All square nailed. Very cute!

Measures 11 3/4" long x 7" wide x 5" tall.

SKU: STN56 - $149


18th C. Dough Scraper - Wonderful craftsmanship on this early hand forged primitive dough scraper.
Measures 7 1/2" long x 4" wide

SKU: HES79 - $125

 
 

Vintage Daisy #4 Butter Churn - Guaranteed old and original. Stamped Daisy #4. Missing vent. Great piece to add to your vintage kitchen.
Measures 7" diameter at the bottom x 12" tall.

SKU: MRTH238 - $119


 

19th C Mortar & Pestle - Early mortar in old red paint, in fabulous condition with no cracks other than a few age cracks on the bottom. Retains original red stain. Pestle probably not original to the mortar but goes well with it.
Mortar Measures 5" diameter x 6" tall.
Pestle Measures 1 3/8" diameter x 6 1/2" tall

SKU: GAI27- $295

 

 

18th C Rush Light - on what appears to be a walnut base. Base has nice turning, also has a check about 1" from the edge.
Measures 9" tall x 3 1/2" dia at base.

SKU: COP58 - SOLD


 

18th C Andirons - Early hand forged andirons. Surface rust, scaling, to be expected.
Measures 18" tall x 12" wide x 15 1/2" long

SKU: COP94 - $225

 

BASKETS

19th C. Oak Splint Basket -with swing handle. Great wooden solid bottom!
Measures: 9" Dia. x 6 1/2" high

SKU: PPI20 - $169

 

 

19th C. Oak Splint Basket -with swing handle. Great bottom!
Measures: 12" Dia. x 6 3/4" high

SKU: POP14- SOLD


19th C. Oak Splint Basket - with woven handle. Starts out as a square on the bottom and is finished as a round on top.
Measures: 9" dia x 8 1/2" high.

SKU: POP15 - $140

 

 

Early New England Berry Basket - Oak splint basket with single cross lap weave on the top band, similar to the Taconic basketmakers. Also, the bottom protrudes up into the basket about 1 1/2" similar to the Taconic baskets. Excellent Condition.
Measures: 7 1/2" long x 8" wide x 6" high, 10" to the top of the handle.

SKU: KPA44 - $149


Early Painted Gathering Basket - Splint basket with wooden handle in old green over red paint. Unusual shape and form. Wear is consistent with age. Found in New Lebanon, NY.
Measures: 23 1/2" long by 15" wide by 14" high.

SKU: MEIS2 - $235

 

 

Early New England Fixed Handle Basket - made with ash handle and bands. Great form, in good condition.
Measures: 13 1/2" long x 10" wide x 12" high

SKU: MRTH285 - $135


Early Child's Basket - Nice example of a tightly woven basket for a child or for berries. Old varnish on the outside. A couple strands broken near the handle.
Measures: 8" long x 7" wide x 7" high.

SKU: GAI18 - $75

 

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 -SOLD

 

 

Early PA Gathering Basket - Large rectangular basket in good condition. Appears to be black ash.
Measures: 24" long x 20" wide x 10" high

SKU: POP05 - $185


19th C. Large Covered Basket - signs that it may be shaker, you be the judge. No visible damage. Top has been lined with newspaper of which one article reads "Lewiston Weekly Journal for the week ending April 16th 1874. Very unusual basket in rare form.
Measures: 23" square by 16" high

SKU: COP85 - $495

 

 

Early Buttocks Basket - Nice splint buttocks basket in good shape.
Measures: 15" long x 13" wide x 12" high to top of handle

SKU: MRTH272 - $125


Early Berry Basket -Tightly woven splint basket used to gather berries. Square bottom, round top. Shaped handle. Some staining from use.
Measures: 10 1/2" long X 11" wide x 14"

SKU: DAC436 - $155

 

SLEDS
 

Early Paris Child's Sled #69 - Circa 1890. Repainted in 1930 when signed on the bottom. Signed "Dolly Kirk, 604 Linden Ave., Buffalo, NY, Dec 7 1930".
Traces of the original blue visible. Missing the front pull bar. Split on rear of board. Found in Texas.
Measures: 36" long x 13" wide

Price: $460


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

 

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: 399

 

 

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


TREEN

 

Old Sap Bucket - with hanger in original red paint with later white paint on the inside. Coopered construction with 2 metal bands.
Measures: 13" dia. at the top x 10 1/2" tall.

SKU: GOD2908 - $49.99


Early Well Bucket - Coopered pine staves with oak handle. One wide oak fingered band and one metal bottom band. Appears all original except the pins in the buttons. Exceptional color and patina.
Measures: 11" dia. at the top, 13" dia. at the bottom, x 12" tall.

SKU: COP114 - SOLD

 

 

19th C Firkin - in the best of the blues. Great bottom stacker. This paint is killer. Copper tacks. Losses to top and top edge. Top and bottom have cracked.
Measures: 14" dia. at the top x 14 1/2" tall.

SKU: HOM - $695


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 - $550

 

 

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

SKU: DAC395 - $300


19th C Painted Pantry Box - in original blue paint.
Measures: 6 1/2" dia. x 2 3/4" tall.

SKU: MARA89 - $249

 

 

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

SKU: HES52 - $400


19th C Firkin - in original dark green paint. Some losses and wear to paint, staining to interior. Appears bottom 2 bands may have been replaced. Signed on top "BATCHELOR..." where the last few letters are unrecognizable.
Measures: 12" dia. x 12" tall

SKU: MAEC5 - $375

 

BOWLS

 

19th C. Trencher - Large American pine trencher in perfect condition. One tab has a hole for hanging.
Measures: 35" long x 17 1/2" wide x 4 3/4" tall

SKU: GAI31 - $345


 

19th C Trencher - in original red paint. Age splits. Uneven edge worn down from wear. Has a 20th century hanger for displaying.
Measures: 26" long x 17" wide x 5" high

SKU: GAI32 - SOLD

 

 

19th C. Painted Trencher - Excellent American trencher is SUPER grungy paint. Unsure what color to call it but it is a dark grey, almost brownish color. You be the judge. Absolutely perfect condition on the outside. No cracks, chips, or touchups. The inside has what I woulkd call a burn mark where someone must have let a candle burn down. Great wear all the way around. This is just the way you want to find these.
Measures: 19" long x 11 1/2" wide x 4" deep

SKU: COP107 - $295


 

19th C Trencher - Large trencher bowl made of elm. Excellent condition with the exception of one small check on the bottom that does not go all the way thru. Hand hewn texture on bottom. Very nice!
Measures: 25" long x 15" wide x 5" high

SKU: HES71 - $285

 

 

19th C. Batter Bowl - Wonderful Elm bowl with traces of oyster paint on both inside and outside. No cracks. Great out of round form. Excellent Condition.
Measures: 21 1/2" x 21"

SKU: GOD3521 - SOLD


 

19th C Maple Batter Bowl - Large maple bowl with wonderful turnings. Nice out of round form, just the way you want to find these. Love the color and patina. 1 3/4" rim. Excellent bowl but has developed a tight hairline - see photos.
Measures: 19 1/2" wide x 181/2" long x 6 1/4" high.

SKU: HES62 - SOLD

 

STONEWARE
 

2 Gal Preserve Jar - N. Clark & Co. Rochester. Blue tulip with good foliage. Spider crack on the front extending across the front. Stable. Excellent starter piece and priced accordingly.
Measures 8 3/4" dia x 12" tall

SKU: GOD3592 - $300


 

19th C. Harrington & Burger Rochester, 2 gal Jug - Circa 1852-1854. Super blue tulip with foliage. Small chips on spout. 2 stone pings on the back side that occurred when it was fired.
Measures: 13 1/2" tall x 9" dia.

SKU: GOD3593 - $425

 

 

19th C Batter Pail - 2 gal stoneware batter jug with original bale handle. 2 cobalt leaves on the front. Unsigned, but probably Pennsylvania. Has small chip under the spout and one tiny v-shaped chip on the rim. No cracks or repairs.
Measures 7 1/2" round, 9 1/2" tall

SKU: GOD3594 - $375


1 Gal Jar - Marked "LYONS" and decorated with a heavily applied cobalt snowflake. Also is marked with the number 1 in two places very close to one another which is unusual. The base of the ears have a splash of blue as well. Under one ear there appears a splash of blue which most likely was an accident in the making.
The lid is original to the pot. Both the lid and the pot are in exceptional condition. All of these factors make this piece one of my favorites.
Measures: 6 3/4" dia x 9 1/2" tall

SKU: HOM - $699

 

 

Lyons 6 gal Crock - Unusual to find a 6 gallon crock from Lyons let alone finding one that is as well decorated as this one is. Originated from the Jacob Fisher pottery in Lyons, NY. Minor rim damage, stains, but no cracks or chips I am aware of.
Measures 13 1/2" dia x 14" tall

SKU: GOD2553 - $599


 

 

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 - $249

 

 

19th C Burger Jar - 2 gal stoneware jar with cobalt floral decoration typical of John Burger. Stamped "John Burger/Rochester. Circa 1860. Also decorated with a slip-trailed "2" at the shoulder. Brushed cobalt on the makers mark. Small rim chips.
Measures 8" round, 11" tall

SKU: GOD3516 - SOLD


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 - $795

 

 

19th C Beehive Jug - 1 gal jug in unusual coloration when the Albany slip was unevenly applied. The script on it says "From Taylor Bros, Maine NY" The makers mark is hard to read but the last letters read "PA" indicating it is from Pennsylvania. Some say it may be by Evan Jones. Bo cracks, chips, or repairs I am aware of.
Measures 7" round, 9" tall

SKU: MRTH283 - $275


 


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 - $399


 

3 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: HA351 - SOLD

 

 


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: DA382 - $599


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