On Sale

Burl bowl, having attractive turnings and an excellent patina.

Early grater with a heart pattern, tin and wood. The tin grater is attached to a chestnut board with a handle to facilitate easy use. An interesting piece of folk art. 19th century.

Beautiful Currier & Ives colored lithograph, "Prairie Fires of the Great West".

Early tin coffee pot, outstanding form with ribbed pattern and attractive goose neck spout, opalescent knob on hinged lid, 11" tall, 19th century.

Country sideboard or server in original salmon paint.

Outstanding jelly cupboard taken down to the original robin’s egg blue paint.

Exceptionally well executed cast iron bust of a woman with long, flowing hair, wearing a hat and sporting a rose on her dress.

Exceptional Hepplewhite tilt-top candlestand, cherry and birch.

Hooded tin sconce, circa 1840.

Tin sconce with crimped edges and shaped corners, circa 1820-1840.

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

Paint decorated tall case clock, 30-hour wooden works in excellent running condition.

Folk art civil war Union soldier whirligig, polychrome painted wood and paddles.

Chippendale swing-leg drop leaf table, maple.

Open-top pewter cupboard, pine, having a nice Spanish Brown color with a beautiful patina.

Wooden multi-colored folk-art trade sign, painted on one side.

Wooden folk-art trade sign.

Native American squash blossom necklace with a turquoise and sterling silver Naja.

Paint decorated deed box, with flowers over a black background, decorated on the front, lid, and two sides.