D111 19th c. Goose Exceptional detail to face, feathers and webbed feet. Large Cast Iron Painted Garden Goose Sculpture
LL21 Late 19th century Wall Shelf with old blue paint, two board construction with round corners, circa 1870
C580 19th century Pennslyvania table top Dough Box, with the original beautiful red paint, dovetailed case
C555 Late 19th century Philadelphia Wall Box with the original Salmon paint. Wonderful wall box with a tombstone back and canted box. circa 1870-1880
C556 Beautiful turned wooden mortar and pestle, with the original old white paint, 19th century,the wood is walnut
C215 19th century hand carved wooden grain shovel circa 1870..carved from ONE piece of wood It has a wonderful smooth feel and patina, worm holes and rugged wear on the edge from years of use.
C342 19h century Cutlery Tray, with original dry red wash,circa 1830-1840 nice high cut out handle, with canted sides, dovetailed case, found in Lebman Co. Pennsylvaniia
C219 19th century collection of six food chopper. with turned elm wood handles , straight-edged steel blade, its design was intended for cutting food. They are an example of beautifully crafted domestic object.
C171 Early 19th century Dough Box with original red paint the wood is pine, the dough box has slanted sides and removable top Condition is great with typical ware for this early of a piece
C186 19th century New England Wall Box , with original salmon paint, with a slanted front, bead on the back board top and on the face of the Wall Box hold for hanging the wood is white pine, circa 1820's
B445 19th century Wallpaper, cardboard,.Band Box . This well documented and colorful box would be an asset to any collection.It is signed on the top Franklin Co. Pennslyvania
C338 19th century double Wall Box in old green over the original blue, with scalloped sides, wire nail construction
**Sold**B366 and B367 Mortar and Pestles , cast iron late 18th century from Historical Society of Kent County, Maryland
C73 Gathering Basket with original white paint, steamed and bent and knotched handle, single wrapped rim
C76 19TH CENTURY STAVED WOODEN PAIL IN ORIGINAL BLUE PAINT - This is a wooden pail or bucket .. The pail has two firm metal bands encircling the tight wooden staves. In excellent condition, the bucket is in the old and original blue paint.wire bail swing handle
B365 General Store Cast Iron Beehive String Twine Holder, iron with a removerable bottom
B362 19th century Cast Iron Coffee Grinder, "L.F.&C. #11, New Britain, Conn." Original paint & decal. Excellent condition, It has it's original green paint on grinder attached to a red base all original measurements are:11 1/2" tall x 7" wide
B368 19th century Plate Wright Iron Co. Bridge Builders, Canton Ohio , from a bridge in Kent County Maryland dated 1898 from a bridge in Still Pound Creek.The bridge was in use until the Mid- 1950's the plate was found in the creek and presented to Historical Society of Kent County in 1963
N647 Bittersweet red painted softwood Kerosene Bucket tongue and groove staves with mental bands
B307 19th century Pennsylvania Carrier with the original green paint, nail construction with square head nails, nice high divider with a cut out handle circa 1840
B466 18th century sign Virginia Wall Box with the original old surface, canted sides, nail construction with tee nails, circa 1790-1800 all original from Culpeper Virginia
B300 Early 19th century Cutlery Tray with the original red painted surface, it is nailed construction with square head nails. Nice high divider with a cut out handle mortised into the ends,
B284 Mid 19th century faberic covered Otoman Stool, original black paint with ogee molding around top of base. Looks to be the original Faveric, circa 1850-1860
**SOLD** B437 19th century New England Wall Shelf with the original blue paint, deep cove molding applied to support shelf, applied bead on back board, square head nail construction circa 1820 -1840
B110 19th century small Mirror/ looking glass, with old white paint, original mirror circa 1850
B279 19th century Apple Box with wonderful original yellow paint, the sides of the box is canted nailed construction
B120 19th Century small Mortar and Pestle in nice dry green Paint This a very solid little wood mortar and pestle dating from the mid 19th century The mortar is in great condition
A467 19th century walnut Cutlery Box , scalloped sizes with a heart cut out handle, dovetailed construction, circa 1820
A464 19th century original red painted mortar and pestle, It is thick walled, with a nicely turned base, no breaks or cracks. The pestle, which appears to be original to the mortar,. has the original red also , Excellent condition
Y132 Late 19th century Gathering Basket with the original green paint,with double wrapped rim, and a steamed and bent and notched handle, beautiful dry paint, One small break in bottom, very well made, heavy and tight woven.
E234 19th century Wall Shelf with the original black paint, the wood is pine, very unusual form, with mortised shelves .
A333 19th Century Painted wooden Shovel.
Sold R385 Late 19th Ccentury Original hand painted Mirror with the original beveled glass, circa 1860
V178 A large storage canisters produced from the 1800s to early 1900s. The name of the contents are stamped in black on a white applied bands
A306 19th Century Lancaster County Pennslyvania Wallpaper Box circa 1845 Great large size , lined with Pennslyvania Lancaster County newspaper dated 1845.The top is wood and bottom in very ood condition l
B341 Late 19th century Carrier, with the original blue paint, divided into three section with a nice high cut out handle, nail construction, circa 1890-1900
A361 19th C. Shaker Canterbury, N.H.Yarn Swift, Shaker American community utilitarian yarn winder with original red paint,mortised pinned construction & great attention to detail. Attributed to: Canterbury, N.H. Circa: 1840-1860
SB9 Pumpkin painted Yarn Winder, New England, 18th century, with wooden geared mechanism, on vase- and ring-turned post, chip-carved platform
A244 19th century Slawboard ca. 1840; chestnut example with a tombstone crest,
A245 19h century Slawboard with heart cut out handle the wood is walnut
R547 Early 19th century Slaw Board with a heart cut out for the handle,Pennsylvania, note bird on top beautiful
A114 19th century Dough Board/ cutting board with early paint, it is one board which is 19 1/2" wide 30" long with bread board ends., it has a hold for hanging
A116 Mid 19th century Wall Shelf with the original gray paint, the wood is pine all original hooks was added to the shelf,later for holding keys.
SOLD A242 Early 20th century Maryland Eastern Shore,set of three, pond boat builders patterns, each one is different in form, with the original beautiful paint., circa 1930
A16 19th century Stool, the legs are mortised throught the top, the wood is walnut
Z576 Late 19th century Gathering Basket with the original nutmeg paint, single wrapped rim with a nice high steamed and bent handle, tightly woven.
SOLD S203 19th century Pennsylvania original blue/green painted wooden bowl,American, A lathe-turned bowl having a beaded rim .slightly out of round, Retains an old dry paint with good patina
A232 19th century Pennslyvania Lancaster Country table top Dought Box, original red paint, square head nails with one board construction. One board top with two applied handle all original surface
**SOLD** Z396 Early painted mortar and pestle, It is thick walled, with a nicely turned base, The pestle, which appears to be original to the mortar,. Excellent condition - Wonderful form. Old red paint
Z340 Small basket from the last quarter of the 19th century made of tiny splint material with original green painted surface over the original salmon paint. God's eye buttocks basket, splint oak , Overall very good condition, no visible breaks to weavers.
O569 Early 19th century wooden Wash Tub, with great green paint, Notched staved construction with metal banding
SOLD Z395 TREENWARE BOWL. 19th century American turned bowl with wonderful red and black paint in excellent condition with no cracks! The bowl is slightly out of round, which is as it should be for a piece of early 19th century woodenware. a wood of light .
Z168 19th century dry red painted, wooden turned mortar and pestle, Beautiful original dry red paint with simple turns,
X587 19th century Pennsylvania Cutlery Tray, with the original black paint dovetailed case, The divider is one piece of wood that has a handle that is hand carved from the same piece of wood. one board bottom
Y195 late 19th century Lancaster County Pennsylvania, original green painted Milk Bucket, with wooden applied handles. The Bucket is made of cypress wood, held in place with two handmade iron bands. Great workmanship,
Sold! Z148 Late 19th century Ferriers tool carrier, with the original dry red paint, with a center divider, with three cute out handles, nailed construction with square head nails. the wood is pine, Blacksmith hand made strap for support.
Z332 Early 19th century hand carved wooden Scoop with original wonderful old gray paint
C4 19th century wooden sap bucket Composed of wooden staves banded by metal bands, this beautiful old bucket stands 11 inches tall and measures 12 inches across the top. It has an old red paint as the primary paint, the inside of the bucket is painted white stamped on the bottom by maker, Massachusetts
Z95 19th century Pennsylvania original red painted wooden bowl,American, mid-19th century, A lathe-turned bowl having a beaded rim .slightly out of round, Retains an old dry red paint with good patina
Z331 Late 19th century wooden game Cage with the original dry red paint on a stand with crank turning handle,
W19 Wooden Bowl Small size 19th century wooden Bowl with the original dry blue/gray paint, and shows wonderful lathe marks measures 14" diameter out of round, small age crack tight
Z4 Early 19th c. American Trencher in original dark green paint, nicely wear, Rare to find an authentic early trencher in such great shape. Wonderful hand plane marks throughout with an early home repair
Sold! Z101 Early 19th century wooden Wash Tub, with great original dry mustard paint Notched staved construction with metal banding, metal handles
B634 Early 19th century small Dough Box This rectangular example, having sharply canted sides , with a dovetailed case, remains in original salmon paint.
Z444 Late 19th century Produce Crib, sturdy wooden basket, made from dowels and a wooden bottom,spacers between the dowels, for ventilation, with the original apple green paint,
Z63 19th century Mohawk Valley New York miniature chest with original bittersweet red paint, the case of chest is made from one piece of wood, the inside was carved out, bottom was nailed on with square head nails
Y413 19th century walnut Stool with inlay American Flags and propellers,and a patriotic shield, and a thirteen star flaf in each corner, inlayed into the wood
Z15 Collection of three variously shaped, hand held vanity mirrors from the late 19th century Each retaining its original bevelled glass and made from wood.
A67 Wonderful rare over-sized lemon stone fruit in excellent condition. measures 6" long 3 1/2 tall
Z6 Early 20th century paint decorated Vegetable gathering Basket, with reinforced bottom, hand carved steamped and bent handle the back ground color is black with red and green decoration.
Y372 Rare over size Apple, Stone Fruit, very unusual shape,
Y396 Late 19th century Redware and Pine Wash Board, America, ridged redware scrub panel in a pine frame
Y117 Early 20th century gathering basket made by Jenny Delaney Fruitland Maryland. Signed on the handle old naturial patina
X232 Late 19th century Gathering Basket with the original red paint, single wrapped rim, steamed and bent fixed handle , open weave bottom
Y16 19th century Sugar Bucket with bittersweet paint ,American, . with stave construction, metal bands and bale handle. bittersweet red and black paint. wooden knobs
A218 19th century Single Piece Carved Wood Scoop Shovel with Original Chrome Orange Paint. Arched carved pan with cylindrical shaft and D-shaped carved handle. 35"l. x 12"w.
Y251 Late 19th century . one-piece hand-hewn wooden shovel in an overall black paint, interior decorated with a winter landscape depicting a r a stream, with trees and colorful sky
Sold! Y205 Early 19th century Mortar Pestle, with original blue paint, mortar and pestle, very simple turnings
Y192 19th century Covered Sugar Firkin with old red paint, staves sides with black painted bands, lid with porcelain knob, wire bail swing handle with handle grip.
sold Y224 Early 20th century Rolling Pin, This rolling pin is marked at one end "T.G.Green $ Co. Ltd." and "Made in England", which is unusual (most of the ceramic pins were not marked). The handles are painted wood, the ceramic surface is in excellent condition with only faint crazing, no chips, cracks or repairs.
**SOLD** Y155 19th century Treenware Mortar and Pestle, American. Original dry red painted surface.
Y164 Early 19th century. New England origin, Great painted Mortar and Pestle of early blue. Old age crack from dryness. Mortar
Y132 Late 19th century Gathering Basket with the original green paint,with double wrapped rim, and a steamed and bent and notched handle, beautiful dry paintOne small break in bottom
**Sold**Y130 19th century windsor green with traces of mustard painted interior , turned wooden Butter Bowls Virginia origin
Z480 Early 20th century Gathering Basket from Delmar Delaware, with a single wrap rim and a kicked in bottom, steamed and bent handle with two red band and one green.
Sold! Y222 Early 19th century wooden pair of noddle Rolling Pin, wonderful patina on this wood from years of use. . The rolling pins are made out of one single piece of wood that was hand turned
Y223 19th century bread board, has a high relief carving of the word BREAD. The board shows wear from use,The bread board
Y346 Chip-carved pineapple butter print of Pennsylvania origin from the 19th century. very uncommon form, this is especially nicely executed, with deep cross hatching and flamboyant leaves. A great example of folk art.
SOLD A260 Hubley Kitten cast iron door stop., with what appears to be the original black paint, This door stop dates between 1900-1930s.
T18 19th C. large painted Candle Box c. 1820-1840. Retains an early dry red painted surface. The sides are wonderfully dovetailed , The lid is champhered on three sides, it fits perfectly & slides easily. The inside is one compartments. This would have been used for the storage of candles .
Y242 SMALL 19TH CENTURY STAVED WOODEN PAIL IN ORIGINAL MUSTARD PAINT This is a wooden pail or bucket .. The pail has two firm metal bands encircling the tight wooden staves. In excellent condition, the bucket is in the old and original mustard paint.
Y148 Late 19th century wooden Apple Tray , This is a large tray that is well-crafted with beautiful form featuring canted sides and cut-out handles on all four sides.
Z138 Late 19th century wonderful, Pennsylvania, ash splint Gathering Basket, with a kicked in bottom, with a great original dry green painted surface.
Sold! T280 Early 19th century New England Dough Box with the original dry red wash, with dovetailed case, the wood is white pine, one board construction all original circa 1820-1830
Y83 Late 19th century Tool Carrier/ Carpenter's Tote,wonderful worn weathered original salmon paint.nice high shaped half moon ends , A deep well outfitted with sections for various tools and hand saws
RM 46 A large cluster of grapes held together with metal wire. Nice yellow/ color.
Sold! X599 Late 19th century New England Carrier, with original apple green paint, with a nice high arched divider, and cut out handle, it is divided into eight section,, nailed construction, very unusal
X587 19th century Pennsylvania Cutlery Tray, with the original black paint dovetailed case, The divider is one piece of wood that has a handle that is hand carved from the same piece of wood
Y7 19th century Looking Glass , with original black paint, yellow pine wood, with lap jointed corners, what looks like the original mirror. 1
SOLD A95 Early 20th century Doll House, found in North Carolina, it has glass windows, with a front door that opens and closes, it has a closet with working door, two large door on the back to open it up so it can be decorated. It was wired for lights at one time and can be again. It has board floors.there are rollers on the bottom so the Child could move it around the room. This little House has seen many year of love and use.
X538 19th century Painted Handled Box, The box is painted with a early Pennsylvania Dutch type decoration, Has a steamed and bent wooden handle, nailed construction with square head nails,
X529 19th century six arm wooden Yarn Winder, four legs supporting a platform and frame, wooden gear shaft enclosed in a box frame dry surface,
A291 Wooden Cutlery Box, cut out heart and diamonds square head nailed construction original surface
X377 Early 19th century New England Table top Box with the original unclean dry red painted surface, America, open rectangular box with arched back on rectangular box with canted sides,
X392 19th century Peg Rack with original pewter paint
A243 Early 20th century Model of the Chesapeake Bay Bugeye, with a 48 star flag. The bugeye was a type of sailing work boat unique to the Chesapeake Bay. Designed for oyster dredging, it was also used for hauling freight in the Bays shallow waters.
SOLD A387 Early 19th rare matching pair of period miniature stool, from New England, original decorated paint,circa 1820
Sold! X313 Beautiful turned wooden mortar and pestle set American, 19th century,walnut having a slight hourglass form with incised decorative bands; . In a dark, rich patina
X350 19th Century Shaker Peg Rack from Vermont, with original paint, with five pegs on a molded edge board, Circa 1830
X183 Pennsylvania early 19th century Cutlery Tray with the original slate gray blue over the original blue, square head nail construction circa 1820
X190 19th century small original green painted Green Bowl, old natural patia on the inside and beautiful dry green exterior
SOLD!! X269 Large Chip-carved butter print of Pennsylvania origin from the 19th century. Of flower and foliage design, this is very fine chip carved print , with deep and flamboyant leaves.
SOLD X263 Chip-carved pineapple butter print of Pennsylvania origin from the 19th century. very uncommon form, this is especially nicely executed, with deep cross hatching and flamboyant leaves.
X184 Toleware, Pennsylvania paint decorated Nutmeg Grader, The nutmeg grater is an implement for grating nutmeg used principally during the period 1780-1840.
X268 Maple Chip-carved butter print of Pennsylvania origin from the 19th century, this is very fine chip carved print , with deep cross hatching and flamboyant leaves.
X265 19th century Chip-carved butter print of Pennsylvania origin, Butter Print has a very nice deeply carved flower design, small age crack from wood shrinkage
X264 19th century large Chip-carved butter print of Pennsylvania origin, Butter Print has a very nice deeply carved flower design
W102 19th original black painted Gathering Basket from West Virginia, double wrapped rim, good condition great surface
X170 A wonderful example of early Gathering Basket, exceptional original painted green surface,
X207 Early 19th century walnut Butter Scoop, hand painted and decorated with a large heart and flowers on the back side
U187 Paint Decorated Bucket mustard grinning design over sage background, wire swing handle with wood grip, wire bands
SOLD!! W429 Dough Box with wonderful yellow paint, dovetailed case circa 1840
W317 19th century gathering Basket with the original green paint
R355 Cutlery Tray with the original dry red paint nailed construction with square head nails
SOLD!! X151 19th century New England original green Painted Swing Handle Basket
X132 19th century Drying Rack , c. 1850,
SOLD X122 Pennsylvania wooden turned Bowl with the original dry red paint,
**Sold**W304 Original blue Painted Woven Splint Gathering Basket, American, late 19th century
W288 19th century Foot Warmer, with the original bittersweet red paint decorated with black pin stripes, with baluster-turned supports; punched tin is decorated with circle and heart.
LL 145 19th century wooden turned bowl with original Gray Paint
V418 Original green painted Stool, the legs have a single mortised through the top .circa 1830
V458 19th century Pennsylvania Document Box, with dovetailed case