One-gallon stoneware crock, 9" high, with open handles, undecorated.
Exceptionally well executed cast iron bust of a woman with long, flowing hair, wearing a hat and sporting a rose on her dress.
A folk art butter print with a carved heart surrounded by leaves.
Very rare long burl dipper, all carved from one piece of wood, 18th or 19th century, New York State origin.
Pieced quilt, nine-patch pattern with lovely colors on a rust background and a homespun back.
Naïve folk art landscape painting, oil on canvas, probably of the Hudson River, unsigned.
A large folk art shore bird decoy, wood with an iron bill.
A beautifully decorated folk art fractur, (or taufschein).
A Shaker hooked rug backed by mattress ticking. The rug sports lovely colors and braided edges, and is in good condition. Early 20th century.
Folk art painting of a table arrangement, oil on netting laid down on a wooden panel.
Very attractive Queen Anne candlestand, having a circular top and snake feet.