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19th C. Penn. Bucket Bench - We looked for several years until we found this bucket bench at Ivy Hall, Abbotstown PA. That is how rare these are. To find them in blue is even more difficult. This piece remains in our home with some of our best stoneware displayed in it. Love the graceful curvesand cutouts on the sides. The pictures tell it all.!
Measurements" 48" long x 31 3/4" tall x 16 1/2" deep
SKU: HOM332 - SOLD

 

 

19th C. Harvest Table - We have never found a table with better color than this one. All original with original blue paint. Just a great example of Early American painted furniture. The top was solid poplar but has split a couple times over the century. It is easy to see that one side has been exposed to sunlight thru a window for a long period of time, enough to fade the paint on the leaf and the legs under it. When the leaf is raised, the unfaded paint shows darker. A true testimate to it's age and authenticity. The rule joint is exceptional, also a testiment to the craftsmanship of this New England treasure. This table is very stable and tight, ready to move into your home.
Measurements: 60 1/4" long X 29" tall X 25" wide with the leaves down. With leaves up, it measures 48 1/2" wide.
SKU: GOD3735 - $3200


19th C. Southern Pie Safe - The striking paint is what attracted us to this pie safe. Excellent old blue and white on the front of this makes it an eye catcher in any home. The blue is mostly worn off on both sides. The original dark green remains on the inside of the doors and the inside panels. The original tin panels remain in an old white paint. The lockset is missing but all else appears original.
Measurements: 59 3/4" tall x 44 1/2" wide x 16 1/2" deep

SKU: HOM245 - SOLD

 

 

4th Quarter 19th C. Jelly Cupboard - in the best old red paint! Back is hand-planed frame and panel construction, used in fine cabinetry. Great paint on the inside too, mostly a dark gray! History of various latches on the front. Remnants of molding on the door edges. Nice high cutouts. Made of poplar.
Measures: 48" wide x 59" tall x 18" deep

SKU: GAI42 - $999


New England Painted Drysink - Circa 1850. Fabulous mustard paint. High drysink with deep well. Great form and cutouts. Difficult to find these sinks in this paint, form, and condition. Made of poplar. Lock on the door has been removed. Left latch is missing the spring and pull. Drawer knob has been replaced. As nice as any drysink we have offered. No apologies! Found in Sharon, Connecticut.
Measures: 39 3/4" tall x 45 1/2" wide x18 1/4" deep

SKU: HPCA27 - SOLD

 

 

19th C. Pennsylvania Dry Sink - Great form, color, and condition. Front doors and well are painted mustard with red and blue trim on the doors. Great cutouts on the front and sides. Made of poplar. Latch and pulls have been replaced.
Measures: 48 1/4" long x 35 1/2" tall x 18 1/4" deep

SKU: GOD3605 - SOLD


4th Quarter 19th C. Pie Safe - 12 tins with "stars and circles". Bottom compartment had paneled doors which reveal one shelf. Old red paint showing wear through in areas.
Measures: 71 1/2" tall x 38 1/2" wide x 16" deep

SKU: GAI36 - SOLD

 

 

18th C. Tavern Table - with 1 board pine top, breadboard ends, and gracious turned legs. The drawer is dovetailed with a chamfered bottom. The top and legs are all jointed with wooden pegs. Compare to others selling for 2 to 3 times this much.
Measures: 38 1/2" long x 25 1/2" wide x 28 1/2" tall

SKU: MEIS5 - SOLD


Mid 19th C. Punched Tin Pie Safe - Large 2 door pie safe, made of hand planed maple, in old green paint, Replaced tins (period appropriate) spell "1840". Shelves are loose and can be removed if wanted to use this as an entertainment center. Layered paint history of green over an old blue-grey, over original salmon-red.
Measures: 71: tall x 50 1/2" wide x 15 1/2" deep

SKU: GAI44 - SOLD

 

 

1st half of 19th C. Bench - with thru tenon construction. Wonderful shaped edges on the base. Original worn green paint. Very sturdy.
Measures: 72 1/4" long x 12 3/4" wide x 21" tall

SKU: GAI72 - SOLD


19th C. Unusual Copper Sink - Never seen a sink in this form. Has a barrel type sink with sloped grooved sides leading into it. Very nice cutouts on the pine frame that supports it. Very low, maybe for a child. Has not been cut down and never had show feet on it. Nice "keep" under the sink perhaps to store towels and such.
Measures: 30 1/2" tall x 48" wide x 24" deep.

SKU: HPCA25 - SOLD

 

 

19th Blanket Chest - Super original paint on this dovetailed, 6 board, hand planed blanket chest. Original bracket feet square nailed to base. Complete with til box. Minor stains, wear, and imperfections.
Measures 43" wide x 16 1/2" deep x 20 1/2" tall

SKU: GOD3174 - SOLD


Set of 5 painted 19th C. Plank Bottom Chairs - Awesome paint on this set of chairs. Greenish blue over white with plenty of wear. See close-up on the pics. Impossible to find a set of plank bottom chairs with this type of paint on them. The chair shown on the left is missing the front cross brace. Other than that, they are complete and somewhat tight. Ready to sit in at your country primitive table. Great buy at this price. One chair missing from photo..
Measures: 16" wide. 17" high to front of seat. 32" to top of crest rail

SKU: GOD3156 -SOLD

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19th C. Youth Chair - Amazing paint and wear on this high chair. One of our Best! In original red paint. Appropriate wear in all the right places. Original rush seat. Made of maple. Some early square head nails used to tighten and reinforce some spindle joints. Fantastic high chair for the collector.
Measures: 31 1/2" tall x 16 3/4" wide x 16" deep

SKU: MRTH270 - SOLD

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