G648 19th century Pennsylvania sturdy wooden bench in old dry gray paint over original gray paint. Bench features tall half-moon cut out feet and wonderful dropped apron sides that hang down 7 1/2”. All square head nail construction. Pine wood. Circa 1860s.
G457 19th century Pennslyvania high back dry sink open well,top with a shelf with shaped sides, above two panel doors, which are flanked by small dovetailed drawers.The wood is Walnut and poplar secondary woods .Retains original red paint on the exterior, and green on the interior of the well Circa 1820 - 1840
G242 Mid 19th century bucket bench from Lancaster County PA. circa 1840 The bucket bench retains the old grey painted surface over the original red wash. With a top shelf and a nice wide century shelf. Water mark on the lower shelf from where the bucket of water set
G176 19th Lancaster Pennslyvania, walnut nine dovetailed drawers and dovetailed case country store Apothecary Chest in the old white paint
G168 19th century original green painted mortised Stool, the wood is white pine, double mortised, with a nice cut out design on each end of the stool circa 1840
G512 19th century Pennsylvania Crock Shelf in beautiful old blue paint, with lollipop cut out sides, shelves are mortised into the side and each shelf has a back splash, with a nice simple cut out foot
G89 Early 19th century Berks County Pennsylvania Bucket bench in the original dry red paint, the shelves are mortised throught the ends, with height shaped sides cut out feet
G178 Beautiful Lancaster Pennsylvania double mortised Bench, in the original robin egg blue paint. shaped ends, with a high arched cut out foot, the legs are double mortised through the top one board, circa 1820
F757 Beautiful Lancaster Pennsylvania double mortised Bench, in blue paint. Shaped ends, with a high arched cut out foot, the legs are double mortised through the top one board, circa 1820
F720 Early 19th century Berk's County Pennslyvania Stepback Bucket Bench, circa 1820 retaining an old red over black paint, high arched shaped feet, the wood is white pine one board square head nail construction.
F738 18th century Very rare York County Pennsylvania splay leg double mortised Bench , all rose head nail construction , very graceful shaped side with a high arched cut out foot. circa 1750
F628 Early 19th century Pennslyvania ,Drysink with the original dry red paint, dovetailed canted well, with a hinged lid with gray interior, over two dovetailed drawers over two panel doors, nice and clen interior, The drysink came from a farmhouse on the Berks/ Montgomery County border. Reifsnyder Farm. circa 1820 - 1840
F589 18th century Harness Makers Bench This workbench for leather was used by a harness maker or “saddler” for horses c.1750. Image Properties
F692 19th century Pennsylvania Wash Bench, with beautiful dry bittersweet paint, this bench is double mortised the feet are beautifully shaped and affixed to the top by way of a double mortise. the skirt is attached with cut nails This Bench is taller than most Benches at 21" tall , it is sturdy and tight ,Circa 1850
F593 Late 19th century home made very unique southern foot stool,
F464 19th century Pennslyvania Wash Bench, with beautiful dry blue paint, this bench is double mortised the feet are beautifully shaped and affixed to the top by way of a double mortise. the skirt is attached with cut nails .Circa 1850
F505 19th century Pennsylvania Wash Bench, old oyster white paint, this bench is double mortised the feet are beautifully scalloped and affixed to the top by way of a two mortise. diagonal braces are dovetailed on the back side and also nailed. Circa 1850
C436 19th century York Pennsylvania over hanging drawer Drysink, in the dry original oyster white paint, high cut out foot, retains the old natural patina on the interior. one board well, with tapered sided. one board bottom, the drawers is square head nailed. circ 1860
F400 19th century splay leg Prayer Bench with the beautiful dry original green paint, square head nail construction, circa 1850
E95 Early 19th country York County Pennslyvania double mortised splay leg Bench, unclean red painted surface, nice cut out ends, one board square head nail construction,
D85 19th century New England Cobblers Bench This unique, Cobbler’s Bench features a vertical storage cabinet on the left with four small drawers total and four storage slots along the bottom, which rests on a short, rectangular side table with two drawers in the front and a small chair attached to the right side.
D118 19th century Pennslyvania Bucket Bench , small size, with the original olive green paint, with shape sides with a cut out foot
*SOLD* B303 19th century Bucket Bench from south eastern Pennsylvania, with the original dry red paint. The shelves are one board mortised into the one board sides. All square nail construction, circa 1840.
E365 19th century Lancaster County, Pennsylvania double mortised Hall Bench circa 1800-1820, beautiful dry never over painted red paint, very elaborate boot jack cut out ends.
F201 Mid 19th century Exquisite Tall Bucket Bench from Shenandoah Valley Virginia Bucket Bench in the original bittersweet red paint, the shelves are double mortised through the ends, with a applied shaped gallery at the top, yellow pine and poplar squared head nail one board construction, with high cut out ends
O750 Early 19th century Berk Co. Pennslyvania Bucket Bench, with the original dry red paint, tomestone arched sides , on the top shelf it has a plated rail and spoon rack, circa 1820
*SOLD* B303 19th century from south eastern Pennsylvania , with the original dry red paint , the shelves are one board mortised into one board sides. All square nail construction, circa 1840
Z497 Early 19th century Pennsylvania Storting Table, with old yellow over red, the well is square head nail constrution, pit sawed one board well with drain hold in the corner, mortised and pegged construction on the base. The shelf support is mortised the shelf is one board also, the wood is white pine.
B110 19th century Plant Stand with beautiful original green paint softwood, cut-nail construction having three tiered shelves and retaining the original painted surface, circa 186
C466 19th century double mortised Bench with the original dark blue paint. one board top with a half moon cut out end
C31 Maryland Plant Stand with the original dry blue paint, the wood is yellow pine, it is very sturdy, great for displaying stoneware, or Decoys. wire Nailed construction circa 1890's Image Properties
**SOLD** C87 Pennsylvania Bench with the original celery green paint, the legs of the bench are mortised through the top, applied sides , with a half moon cut out.