Early treenware mortar and pestle in as-found condition.


A wrought iron grisset used for collecting drippings from meat or birds roasted on an open fire.

Burl bowl, having attractive turnings and an excellent patina.

Spoon rack, cherry, having two rows of spoon holders and a candle box with a lid.

A four-gallon stoneware crock with a cobalt blue decoration.

A diminutive oval pantry box in original yellow paint.


A beautiful hand-woven Heriz oriental rug.


Early wooden tape loom.


Two-gallon ovoid stoneware jug with a cobalt blue floral decoration.

Five gallon stoneware crock, with a bold cobalt blue decoration consisting of a large bird on a branch.

Paint decorated box.


Child’s bench or settee, pine, original black paint.

Cast iron door stop in the shape of an elephant reaching for coconuts in a palm tree.

Large Native American burl bowl, 18 1/2" diameter, very strong burl, late 18th or early 19th century.

White's Utica three gallon jug with unusual stylized bird decoration in cobalt blue.

Three gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jug with a spigot.

Small stoneware jar decorated with brown and black glaze, 9" high, inscribed "I. Seymour & Son. Troy.", circa 1850.

One gallon ovoid stoneware jug, 13.5" high, with a cobalt blue floral decoration. The jug is impressed "Jacob Caire & Co. / Poughkeepsie, NY".

A five-gallon stoneware crock brightly decorated with stylized lovebirds in cobalt blue.

Two gallon ovoid stoneware jug with a cobalt blue floral decoration.