Painted Pantry Box
Nineteen century oval pantry box with original oxidized green panted surface. Lapped fingered construction with copper tacks. Excellent condition inside and out with no restoration. Length 5 1/2”. Height 2 1/2”.
Decorated Treen Cup
Small 19th century lathe turned treen cup with vinegar grain paint decoration. Excellent condition. Height - 3”
Small Fingered Pantry Boxes
Nineteenth century fingered pantry boxes in original painted surface. Both boxes are in excellent condition with only minor age appropriate wear. Red - 3 1/4” in diameter. Yellow- 2” in diameter.
Miniature Buttocks Basket
Rare 19th century miniature woven buttocks basket in original red paint. This little beauty has an excellent oxidized surface with no breaks or repairs. Width- 3 -/8 inches.
Round wallpaper box of Pennsylvania origin. Blue with white, black and gold decoration. Circa 1840. Diameter - 3 1/2 inches. Ex Richard Flanders Smith collection.
Painted Pantry Box
Excellent small 19th century fingered pantry box with original light green painted surface. Excellent condition with age appropriate wear. Diameter - 2 1/8 inches. Perfect for the top of a stack.
Shaker Bentwood Box
Oval Shaker three fingered pantry box with original blue painted surface. Found in southern New Hampshire. Length - 4 inches. Minor non- visible loss to rim of the bottom section.
Oval wallpaper box of Pennsylvania origin with blue paper and black and white geometric decoration. Circa 1830. Width - 3 1/2 inches. Ex Richard Flanders Smith collection.
Large Cape Hatteras cast iron lighthouse doorstop with original painted surface and in excellent condition. Height - 21".
Mid 19th century Shaker sieve made of maple in original red lipstick paint with a finely woven reed strainer. This piece is in a wonderful state of preservation with no losses to the circular maple painted frame or the woven strainer. It was found in Lowell, Massachusetts but most likely is of New Hampshire origin.
Width - 10", Height 4 1/2".
Lancaster County Baby Cradle
Child's baby cradle from Lancaster County, PA with original red painted surface. Excellent form with dovetailed construction, half heart scalloping at both ends, bold lollipop terminals, and well proportioned rockers. This wonderful piece would be a great addition to any doll or folk art collection. Height - 8", Length - 13", Width - 6 ¾".
Pair of miniature cast iron andirons with an excellent surface dating to the mid 19th century. Height 6".
Nineteenth century woven basket in excellent condition and with a good dry patinated surface. Width - 11", Height - 5".