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Folk art three-dimensional wood carving of a Sperm whale. Lots of interesting details, great condition and original mounting stand. 18” long.



A great toleware tea caddie in the best original painted surface. Very hard to find examples in this wonderful condition. 4” tall. Circa 1850.



“The Patrol”, a nice cast iron doorstop in great original paint & patina. 8 3/4” tall. Circa 1920's.


Large metal scissors trade sign for a tailor or fabric shop. Just like normal scissors, they do operate and are just an over sized example that would get your attention. They are quite heavy and are 36” in length. Circa 1950's.


Collection of eleven German blown glass tulips. This is a nice grouping, most with meandering stems and one that droops. The colors are all in the lavender family. The condition is very good, two stems have minor loss at the ends and the sizes vary. They make a very impressive bouquet.



Interesting painted painter's palette showing the exterior of an early cottage in winter. Note the picket fence and two folky birds. In the finger hole is an old photo of a woman sitting in her favorite chair. 17 3/4” x 14 1/2”. Circa 1920's.



Whimsical paint decorated painter's palette depicting two dogs in pursuit of a cat that just escaped through the palette finger hole. 12” x 8” Circa 1920's.



Very nice paper-cut valentine in a period lemon gold frame. Pierced hearts, stars and vines encircled by a romantic verse. 13 1/4” x 11”. Circa 1875.



Pair of carved and painted folk art figures of a black man & woman lounging in their rockers. These were carved by the artist Tom Brown of Pleasantville, TN. About 4” tall. Circa 1930's.

$650. for the pair.


A selection of painted cast iron cupola banks in original paint and condition. Various color combinations. Made by J & E Stevens. 3 1/2” x 3” x 4 1/4” high. Circa 1880.

$325. each.


Fine early herb gathering basket, great for a table top display. Excellent condition & patina. 27” x 15 1/2” x 11” high handle. Circa 1910.



Another fine early basket with interesting construction details. Great condition & patina, possibly from Virginia. 21” x 15” x 10 1/2” high handle. Circa 1920's.



Folk art carving of a curious beaver. Excellent condition & patina. 5” tall. Circa 1930's.



We always have a huge selection of stone fruit & vegetables available. Shown is a very nice ½ slice of stone apple pictured with a cluster of cherries and a strawberry for reference. The ½ apple is in excellent condition with a nice early patina. 3” wide x 2 1/2” high.



A nice piece of stone cheese pictured with a cluster of stone grapes and a stone fig for reference. The cheese has a marbleized appearance and a dark brown rind. 4 3/4” x 2 1/4” x 4” high.


Handsome pair of paint decorated wood Indian clubs. Each club is marked “1 LB.” and have great original sponge paint, gold pinstripes and engraved circles. On top are the original metal finales. These decorated clubs were considered the “top of the line” examples. 15 1/2” tall. Circa1920's.

$475. for the pair.


Substantial wire gathering basket, great for stone fruit or other interesting collection. Very nice condition & patina. 17” x 9” x 9” high handle. Circa 1930's.



Early free-blown leach bowl in great condition. 10 1/2” tall. Circa 1840.


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