Painted Chippendale lift-top blanket chest.
Antique Native American Papago or Pima Indian basket decorated with figures, excellent condition, circa 1830, Southwestern USA.
Needlework sampler, displaying the family record for the family of Noah Darby, (born 1798), and Eva Brook, (born 1800).
Early tin coffee pot, outstanding form with ribbed pattern and attractive goose neck spout, opalescent knob on hinged lid, 11" tall, 19th century.
Exceptional painted and carved miniature blanket chest.
Sheet metal trade sign in the shape of a boot, with original black and white paint on a red background.
Wagon seat, having a rush seat and a ladder back with large diameter posts, (an early sign).
Outstanding tole tray painted with a naïve still life scene.
Early banister-back yoke-back armchair in old black paint over the original black.
Beautifully crafted tin birdcage, very attractive form with nicely shaped twisted wire bars, 19th century.
Hand-carved horse and wagon pull toy. The horse is mounted on a wheeled platform. 19th century. An exceptionally well-made piece of folk art.
Country store lamp with original nickel finish and a large (18”) nickel shade.
Naive watercolor portrait of a woman in a fancy dress, unsigned, 19th century, New England or New York State origin.
Early hatchel (or hetchel) with fabulous ironwork decoration. Made from Southern yellow pine, and shaped in the form of an owl, this hatchel was used to clean flax or hemp.
Pair of early wooden stair fragments with wonderful folk art qualities, original green paint, very sculptural carving including hearts, 18th Century, Pennsylvania origin.