Cat Hooked Rug
Super folky hooked rug with a black and white cat on a red ground with flowers, a bumblebee and small kitty foot prints around the perimeter. The expression on the cat’s face is off the charts cool. Wool on burlap. Signed P D and dated 1972. Excellent original condition with no defects. 36” x 25”.
Early Hooked Rug
Excellent circa 1900 hooked rug with a a super folky presentation. Titled HOME with squirrels, tulips. a red house and a triangle border. Wool and cotton on burlap. Professionally mounted for hanging. Diameter - 39 inches.
German Krampus Candy Container
Rare German made paper mache Krampus candy container. Stamped “Made in Germany” on underside. Circa 1920. Very good condition with as expected ware from use. Height - 9 inches.
Cast Zinc Eagle
Late 19th century cast zinc spread-wing eagle perched on a plinth. Excellent original oxidized surface. It may have been utilized as a pilothouse element on a small steamship or tug boat. Probably of New England origin. Height - 15', Width - 21".
Miniature Watercolor Portraits
Pair of 19th century American watercolors on paper, likely a brother and sister. Presented in period figured maple frames. 6 1/2" x 5 1/2". Very slight toning.
Carved merganser decoy by John Hamilton of West Creek NJ. Excellent form and condition with original painted surface. Signed on the bottom. Length - 18".
Keith Collis Peacock
Fantastic carved and polychrome paint decorated peacock made by Pennsylvania carver Keith Collis. This is one of his early works that dates to the 1970's and is most likely one of a kind. This folky carving has everything going for it - size, form and great color. Width - 21", Height - 21".
Black Figure Jack N' The Box
Rare black figure Jack N' The Box. Probably of German origin and dating to 1920's. Made of wood and composition. Original condition and in good working order. There are losses to the paper covering as shown in the photos. Height with lid open - 8".
Late 20th century two dimensional fox weathervane made of pine with glass eyes. The base is also pine with an incorporated copper hunting bugle and directionals. This is a wonderful piece of contemporary folk art. Width - 38", Overall Height - 37", Fox height - 11".
Large Barber Pole
Early 20th century barber pole with original polychrome painted surface. This is one of the tallest barber poles we have ever seen standing at 100 inches tall. The base is not original to the piece.
Large and very graphic sheet iron Indian weathervane with original polychrome painted surface on both sides. Circa 1930's. Found in Berks County, PA. Height - 48". Museum display stand included.
Late 19th century New England single sided game board with original polychrome painted surface. The border is decorated with desirable alternating hearts and diamonds. 15" square. Expected wear from usage.
Ellinger (American 1913-2003) watercolor on parchment of potted tulips, mums and daffodils with a stylized bird. Original smoke decorated frame and signed D. Y. Ellinger on the base of the pot. One of his early works dating to the 1960's. Dimensions 17 1/2 x 20", 15 x 18" sight.
Folky Cat Painting
Pastel on paper of a cat with a great folky expression in a molded frame with chip carved elements. Late 19th century. Found in New Hampshire. Dimensions: Frame - 11 x 13 1/2", Sight - 8 1/2 x 11 1/2".
Ellinger (American 1913-2003) watercolor on parchment paper of a colorful peacock in repose on a checkered base with tiny polka dots. Brightly colored tulips and mums surround the central peacock figure. This beautiful work dates to his early period (the late 1960"s) and is presented in it's original paint decorated frame and is signed "D. Ellinger" below the base. Dimensions 18 x 13", 11 x 14 1/2" sight.
Signed oil on velvet theorem by Ellinger (American 1913-2003) with a basket of fruit including a desirable watermelon. Very crisp colors that are actually better than the photo. Original 19th century lemon gold frame that Ellinger often used. Dimensions: Frame - 19 x 26", Sight - 15 x 23 1/2".
Signed oil on velvet theorem by Ellinger (American 1913-2003). A very nice presentation of a basket of fruit and with a circling butterfly. Good crisp colors with original 19th century lemon gold frame that Ellinger used periodically instead of a paint decorated frame. Dimensions - 23x19 inches, 19x15 1/2 inches sight.
NY Winter Scene Oil Painting
Unsigned oil on canvas found in upstate New York. Very nice presentation of a winter skating scene with good detail. Original gilt frame. Circa 1880. 23 1/2" x 17" (sight).
Mid twentieth century carved eagle with a banner reading "Don't Give Up The Ship". Made by the Artistic Carving Co. of Boston, Mass. Very good original condition with no paint restoration or repairs. Length - 29inches, Height 10 1/2 inches.
Jail Carvers Figure
Very folky carving of a man with a cane and briefcase by the PA Jail Carvers. The red tie and stripped pants are special attributes on this wonderful carving in our opinion. Similar carvings are highlighted in Richard S. Machmer's book "Just For Nice", page 49. Provenance - Jim Grievo, Denny L. Tracey. Height - 10 1/2".
New England Gameboard
Late nineteenth century gameboard with original polychrome painted surface. Single sided with two molded ends. Overall excellent condition with good crisp colors. 19" x 18 7/8". Provenance Terry Dwyer.
Southeastern PA fraktur with a heart, birds and flowers. Good crisp colors. Signed "Made by Sarah Klopp" on both sides on the bottom. Circa 1840. Loss in lower right corner. Size - 16" x 21".
A beautifully rendered watercolor on paper of a peacock in repose. It is signed D.W. and dates to 1905. Dimensions - 20" x 13" sight.
Mid twentieth century hollow full body angel Cherub weathervane with original verdigris surface on a contemporary custom metal stand. The vertical rod has been replaced but otherwise it is in untouched condition. Length 29".
Hollow body chalkware lamb and ewe in original, untouched painted surface. There is only very minor wear on the top and the base. Circa 1860.
Length - 7 3/4", Height - 4".
John Holloway Decoys
Matched pair of Pintails carved and painted by John Holloway of Parkertown, NJ. John is a well known carver who has won many awards and is highlighted in Loy S. Harrell's book Sixty Living and Outstanding North American Carvers. The pair are in excellent original condition. Circa 1995. Length - 17 1/2".
Signed oil on velvet theorem by Ellinger (American 1913-2003). Beautiful arrangement of flowers presented in an antique Canton bowl. Good crisp colors with original 19th century lemon gold frame. Dimensions 18 x 22", 13 1/2 x 17 1/4" sight.