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Decorative Accessories 2

Set of cupboard hardware. This set of 8 cupboard pulls are as found with old paint over decorative 'fleur di lis' relief.  On the reverse is stamped "Pat'd Nov 9 1869".  The boring is 3 5/8".  Also included are two round brass escutcheons, nails for the escutcheons, and screws for the pulls.   

A very nice 19th century unsigned ovoid jug.  Excellent condition.  9 1/2" wide X 13 1/2" tall.

 

Cat. A22028

Pair of hooked rugs.  Geometric design with bold colors.  Probably early 20th century.  20" X 40".

 

Cat. A21013

Sweet theorum on velvet of four red roses.  Late 19th century.  Sight: 18" X 15".  Overall: 21 1/2" X 18 1/4".

Cased set of six drawers.  Previously it was a hanging set but the hanger is gone.  Pine and poplar.  Case is dovetailed, and the drawers are dovetailed with chamfered bottoms.  4 of 6 have their original pulls.  19th century.  Height: 10 1/2".  Width: 9 1/4".  Depth: 5 1/4". 

Floral painted pantry box.  Crisp decoration.  19th century.  Width 6 1/2".  Height: 2 3/4".

Large pair of brass curtain tiebacks.  Good condition.  Width: 5".  Posts: 5".

A very graphic tractor seat in vibrant red.  Signed "Western L. Roller Co., Hastings, Neb.  Cast iron.  Mid 20th century.  I believe it is the second paint but it has been on a while.  12" X 16".

Great design of a tractor seat signed "Frost & Wood" of Smith Falls, Ontario.  Frost & Wood was out of business by 1933.  Second paint but appropriate colors.  15" X 16 3/4".

Nice tractor seat signed "C. Aultman & Co., Canton, Ohio".  C. Aultman was out of business by 1924.  Second paint but appropriate colors.  15 1/2" X 16 1/2".

A nice tractor seat signed "Sylvester".  Sylvester Mfg. Co., Lindsay, Ontario.  Sylvester Mfg. Co. was in business 1877-1920.  Second paint.  14" X 18".

Set of four lithographs with hand-coloring, probable later impressions, of hummingbirds signed "J. Gould and H.C Richter del. et lith." and "Hullmandel & Walton, Imp."  Each has it's own title at the base.  These are small folio thus the later designation.  They are nicely framed and matted with the interior border of  a velvet material.  The colors are excellent and this is truly a very nice set.  Sight: 14" X 9 1/2".  Overall: 22 1/2" X 18". 

Set of (4) Coin Silver Teaspoons.  Signed “R.H. Bailey”.  Roswell H. Bailey, Woodstock, VT.  Ca. 1825.  Monogrammed “MMN” in script.  6” long.  Minor coin silver softness issues.

5 Gallon Crock signed "T.F. Reppert, Greensboro, PA."  1884-1890.  15 1/2" H X  11" W.  This crock is in very good condition with no cracks or chips.  T.F. Reppert and W.T. Williams purchased the pottery of  James Hamilton in 1880.  Reppert bought the business from Williams in 1884 until 1890 when Williams bought back into the business.  They continued to produce pottery until Ca.. 1910. 

Segmented cane.  This cane is made of wooden disks of varying color.  It also has drilled and pressed dowels making a decoration near the top.  The decoration occurs in at least eight of the disks.  19th century.  37" long.

 

Set of four apothecary tins.  These tins have the original pulls and paint and measure 9" high.

This is a really nice pair of modified bearpaw snowshoes.  Probably made in the early 20th century, they are missing the bindings.  The catgut has been heavily varnished but is in very good condition.  A previous owner, E.C. Wilbert has personalized these on the side of each in some type of marker.  They measure 40 1/2" long X 18" wide.

A nice early butter mold.  It  has a nicely carved  flower with leaves and decorative border.  It has its original handle and cover.  The cover has a couple of age cracks.  The surface is dry and bears the turning marks.  The cover is 4" wide, the press is 3 1/2" wide.

This pair of 19th century decanters was found in Pennsylvania.  They are in very good condition and have what appear to be the original cork and pewter stoppers.  The glass is 10 1/2" high and 4 1/2" at the widest point.  With the stoppers, they are 11 1/2" high.

Set of four early 19th century brass pulls.  They have some dings and dents but they are 100% original, measuring 2 1/4" across.

3-gallon crock by Somerset Potters Works, Somerset, MA.  This crock is in excellent condition with just a few small interior lip edge chips.  Nicely decorated in cobalt blue, this has actually been in my family for around 40 years.  Somerset Potters Works was founded in 1840 and closed in 1912.

Unusual ovoid form jug.  This has an applied handle and a tulip decoration in cobalt blue.  There are a couple of minor glazing chips but overall, it is in very good condition.  It is 12 1/2" high and 10 1/2" wide.  19th century.

E.Howard & Co., Boston, MA. #70 regulator clock.  Eight day brass movement (signed) and original glass panel.  Runs great.  E. Howrd & Co. manufactured mainly from 1842 to 1882.

Here is a 19th century hinged tin box with a lawn bowling scene on the top.  It is in nice condition and original paint.  It's a fun item and can be used or admired!  4 1/2" wide X 2 3/4" deep X 1" high.

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