Early decorated tin coffee pot, 11½” high, with a hinged lid and an elaborate wriggleworks design.


Chinese export oval tureen with a lid.


A Sunderland pink lusterware jug, 7” high.


A Sunderland pink lusterware pitcher or jug, 9” high.


An attractive, early dome-top wallpaper box.


A Sunderland pink lusterware jug, 5.25” high, with a decoration celebrating victory over the Russians in the Crimean War.


Plaster phrenology head, inscribed with letters and numbers delineating various portions of the skull.


Early tape loom, birch, with a carved pinwheel decoration on one side and a partially completed pinwheel on the reverse.

A small (10") burl bowl with outstanding graining.

Mahogany mirror with beautifully carved and decorated frame, 18th century, English.

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

3 gallon stoneware jug with unusual shape, having splashes of blue decoration on front and on handle, along with a blue "3". Unsigned.

A firkin, painted in original light green and pinkish paint.


Large treenware bowl, elm, with old color and beautiful turnings. 19th century, Hudson Valley or Mohawk Valley origin.

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

Four gallon stoneware jug with large cobalt blue floral decoration, stamped "Cowden & Wilcox, Harrisburg".

Unusual burl compote, excellent turnings, dated 1875 under base and stamped "C. Snell". Almost invisible repair to column.

Early ovoid stoneware jug with incised cobalt blue floral decoration, 12" tall, probably made by the Lent Stoneware Factory in Troy, NY, circa 1820.

A large pewter teapot with the touch mark "J.H. Palethorp, Philada on the underside.

Rare black chalkware rabbit, 5 1/4" high, circa 1860, Pennsylvania origin.