H388 19th century wooden scoop hand painted and decorated with a nighttime Nautical scene. Painting includes detailed rigging on the ship's mast and sails, a cloudy sky with the moon peeking through clouds and reflecting on the water
H466 - 19th Century Pennsylvania extraordinary wooden bowl in original salmon paint. Bowl boasts a chamfered interior lip with a distinct molded rim around the top outer edge and rests on an ever so slightly raised foot.
H127 Spectacular original dry red painted wooden turned bowl - out of round, excellent wear and patina indicative of age and use. Very thick and sturdy.
RM1338 Diminutive red painted wooden bowl with slightly raised foot and defined inner lip around top.
H97 Wonderful New England wooden bowl, hand turned bowl is out of round footed in the original red painted surface strong evidence of slow lathe turning,, and resting on raised foot.
RM1367 Early 19th century hand turned wooden bowl retaining its old blue paint. . Thick walled with incised rings around the inner and outer edge of the rim. Evidence of slow turnings and nice wear visible on the outside.
RM1339 Early wooden bowl with nice turnings, lipped edge and beautiful blue paint. Out of round.
RM1365 Early to mid-1900's Wooden wine bottle with cork bottom in dry red painted surface. Originally used for aging wine. Old cork stopper still intact. Image Properties
RM1343 Wonderful 19th Century small footed bowl in the original bittersweet paint.
G579 Mid 19th century Shaker original blue painted, lidded wooden sugar bucket featuring iron diamond-shaped bail plates, wire bail with turned wood handle, chamfered bottom
*SOLD* G563 Eastern Shore, Maryland hand chopped Trencher in the original oyster white paint, which is a very hard color to find. Features an early “make-do” repair to one corner and a great worn surface. Circa 1840.
372 Pair of treenware spice / trinket boxes attributed to the Lancaster-Lebanon County region of Pennsylvania. Both turned wood boxes have tightly seated, slightly domed lids with tiny porcelain knob buttons
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
*SOLD* G562 Paint Decorated Shaker Berry Pails/Buckets In Original Paint! Enfield, NH Dating from the mid 19th century
G302 New England small wooden Beehive painted Bowl, out of round , ca. late 18th to early 19th century. Bold form, with small rim tapering subtlely downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning, and resting on raised foot. Under base shows expected and desired chisel marks where the block was removed after turning.
RM1280 19th century wooden bowl with original dry red paint. Bowl is slightly out of round with a broad top rim that gently tapers and shows prominent evidence of slow lathe turnings. Early age crack as pictured.
C447 19th century Pennsylvania original pewter gray painted wooden bowl, American, mid-19th century, A lathe-turned bowl, slightly out of round, Retains an old dry pewter gray paint with good patina, and old natural patina on the inside with no cracks or breaks
*SOLD* F181 9th Century Mortar and Pestle in Beautiful green Paint This a very solid wood mortar and pestle dating from the mid 1800's. The mortar is in great condition.
*SOLD* T346 Pennsylvania original blue painted Cutlery Tray , with a nice high handle, the inside of the tray is showing wear from use, flared sided, circa 1850
D532 19th century breadboard and knife, the breadboard has a beautifully worn patina. The carving “Bread” along with a flower was done by a skilled carver. The bread knife is from the same era and has a simple carving of the word 'bread' to one side of it.
G221 19th century wooden turned Compote . The original untouched surface is just wonderful Notice the shaped stem, beautifully turned bowl
G248 Outstnding Late 18th./early 19th. century, New England. Just fabulous size and surface, I don’t know how it could get better. The trencher is a very heavy wood, I might suggest Chestnut. It is very difficult to tell because of the painted surface. This trencher has the best dry, dry red paint outside.
*SOLD* G406 American, probably New England, ca. early 19th century , showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning. Under base shows expected and desired wear to the dry original gray paint is the first coat and the original coat
G236 A mid to late 19th century paint decorated bucket from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Arched wire bail handle with turned wooden grip. The interior is old natural patina, exterior painted with an overall grained mustard color over a yellow ground having a distinct and unusual diagonal tendril-like combed decoration.
G303 Nice small size original painted wooden bowl in beautiful dry windsor green paint, out of round excellent condition from a private MD collection
G304 19h century Pennslyvania Wooden bowl in dry robin egg blue paint over the original darker blue with a wide band around the top and a slightly raised foot
*SOLD* RM1243 Rare 18th Century Apothecary Mortar and Pestle in old green over grey painted surface. Large , over 7 pounds, heavy mortar and pestle in fantastic turned iconic apothecary type shape. Rim is thick and quite wide at 2". Appears to have been heavily used and repainted several times over its life.
*SOLD* A291 Wooden Cutlery Box, cut out heart and diamonds square head nailed construction original surface
*SOLD* F322 Late 18th century New England original dry red painted large Beehive wooden bowl . It is out of round, Bold form, with broad inner rim tapering subtly downward, showing strong evidence of slow lathe turning,.
**SOLD** F343 19thC Pennslyvania pine breadboard with handle with hole for hanging and a single dovetailed
A467 19th century walnut Cutlery Box wih a high arched cut out heat shaped handle , with scalloped sizes , canted sizes, with a one board nail on bottom with square head nail, dovetailed case, in original dry surface circa 1820
RM1222 Early 19th Century New England wooden bowl in vibrant original blue paint
F261 Fantastic early 19th Century turned wood footed compote. This wonderful Continental compote was turned from a single piece of Walnut wood and has many beautifully incised turnings, traces of old red paint and super patina appropriate for its age. Great form!
*SOLD* F307 Early 19th century Wooden turned Bowl Small size, with the original dry red paint, and shows wonderful lathe marks.
F218 This is a wonderful example of a 19th Century wooden cutlery tray/ knife box . What makes this piece a real standout is the scalloped nicely executed cut out handle . The tray is constructed from pine with square nails and canted sides attaching to a one-board bottom.
*SOLD* RM985 Large antique three-sided dough or pastry board in worn old gray paint
**SOLD** E240 19TH CENTURY MINIATURE GREEN PAINTED WOODEN BUCKET IN GOOD CONDITION.THE BUCKET IS MADE OF PINE HAS ITS ORIGINAL BAIL HANDLE
*SOLD* LL146 Late 18th century incredible lathe turned wood bowl with a wide rim, wonderful incised lines on the exterior
*SOLD* E517 Early 19th century wooden bowl in beautiful green paint, out of round at 16 1/2" X 16 " diameter x 5 1/2' tall. Hand turned out of round with band around the top
**Sold** D524 Early Handmade Oval Southern Dough Bowl. Hardwood dough bowl with rich patina on the inside and beautiful old blue paint on the exterior.
*SOLD* F10 18th century Treen Bowl, original dry surface, showing great lathe turnings, with a lip edge and nice and clean interior, out of round, New England, Overall good condition from 200+ years of use.
*SOLD* F45 Beautiful old blue over white painted wooden bowl. Very unusual form, thick construction
*SOLD* D463 Paint Decorated Bucket mustard grainning design over sage background, wire swing handle with wood grip, wire bands
*SOLD* D679 19th century hand polychrome painted wooden bowl wiith a Winter Scene, of house by a lake in the snow, beautiful work, bowl is in good condition
*SOLD* D680 19th century Folk Art Butter Paddle with hand painted scene of cabin in the snow excellent condition
*SOLD* W19 Early 19th century Wooden turned Bowl Small size, with the original dry blue/gray paint, and shows wonderful lathe marks, measures 14" diameter out of round, with a band around top of bowl
F150 Early 19th century fine walnut cutlery tray / knife box. Circa 1820. Having two deep sections with raised divider with heart shaped pierced central carrying handle. Constructed of walnut wood with a canted dovetailed case. This tray retains its original patina.
*SOLD* D530 19th century extraordinary lathe turned wooden bowl, it exhibits the BEST in form, paint and condition! from Maine the bowl with molded rim
D678 Polychrome painted wooden Shovel,WONDERFU, Hand Carved, Wooden Shovel with a GREAT Hand Painted Winter Scene.
*SOLD* E19 19TH CENTURY DEEPLY CARVED 4 1/4" DIAMETER EAGLE BUTTER STAMP WITH A CARVED 8 POINTED STAR AND 2 DIFFERENT BRANCHES WITH LEAVES. CARVED PIE CRUST RIM. OVERALL IN FINE ANTIQUE CONDITION WITH A LITTLE AGE/ EXPECTED WEAR.
D681 19th century antique treen butter paddle with a desirable folk art hand paintedflower
*SOLD*D14 Mid 19th century Wooden butter paddle painted with a winter vignette of a rural landscape, including two buildings, and trees, in the snow .
*SOLD* D15 19th century antique treen butter paddle with a desirable folk art hand painted cabin and trees
*SOLD* B498 19th century antique treen butter paddle with a desirable folk art hand painted cabin with man in boat landscape scene in muted colors
D595 19th century Ironing Board with original red paint. The wood is pine. Beautiful old original patina. A hook has been added for hanging. Circa 1860.
*SOLD* 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
SOLD D371 19th century large wooden Trencher with beautiful original blue paint
*SOLD* D12 Early 19th century hand turned Bowl with old dry red paint. The bowl is out of round. No cracks or breaks. Hole for hanging
**Sold**D301 Early 19th century hand Carved from a single board, this unusually narrow trencher has a gorgeous blue painted exterior and a wonderful natural patina interior. impressed on the bottom M.P.S.