Needlework sampler, displaying the family record for the family of Noah Darby, (born 1798), and Eva Brook, (born 1800).
Early adjustable tripod candle holder or candlestand.
Windsor high chair, original paint decoration, 29" high (to top of crest), circa 1850, Pennsylvania origin.
Early tin coffee pot, outstanding form with ribbed pattern and attractive goose neck spout, opalescent knob on hinged lid, 11" tall, 19th century.
Open-top pewter cupboard, pine, having a nice Spanish Brown color with a beautiful patina.
Pine bucket bench, having high cutouts on the ends and nicely shaped sides.
Paint decorated tall case clock, 30-hour wooden works in excellent running condition.
Early large round burl bowl, beautiful coloration, very good condition, American.
Exceptional painted and carved miniature blanket chest.
Exceptional large boot trade sign, painted on both sides with the name “A.F. Twitchell” in gold lettering and gold striping on a black background.
Sheet metal trade sign in the shape of a boot, with original black and white paint on a red background.
Rare folk art optometrist trade sign in the shape of eyeglasses.
Wagon seat, having a rush seat and a ladder back with large diameter posts, (an early sign).
Child’s sled with red and blue paint decoration, last quarter of the 19th century.
Outstanding tole tray painted with a naïve still life scene.