David M. Weiss Antiques
David M. Weiss Antiques

Decorative Accessories 3

Red Head decoy.  Mid 20th century.  This decoy is in excellent condition.  It was meant for hunting but it appears never to have been used.  It is the original paint and signed on the bottom "BRYANT".  It has the weight and leather attaching loop.  Sold with the stand.  13 1/2" long X 6" wide X 7" high.

Pair of blue bill or greater scaup decoys.  Early to mid 20th century.  Original paint with lead weights and leather attaching loop. I have had this pair in my personal collection for about 20 years.  14" long X 5 1/4" wide X 6 1/2" high. 

Brass chamberstick with thumb shelf.  19th century.  5 1/2" wide X 4" high.

Early 20th century quilt.  Vibrant colors.  The reverse side is a very nice pattern as well.  Excellent condition.  87" X 76".

New England painted pine dome lid box.  Queen Anne bail pull on the top.  Hinges and front locking pieces replaced.  Retains the old ochre grain paint decorated surface.  19th century.  15" wide X 8" deep X 7" high.  From the collection of Roland and Marilyn Kemble, Norwich, Ohio.

19th century grain painted slide lid box.  Probably Pennsylvania.  24" high X 12 1/2" wide X 7 1/2" deep.

Pine sugar bucket in the original grey paint.  19th century.  From the Estate of Mary Louise Shartle, Las Vegas, New Mexico.     9 3/4" high X  10" wide.

Pine sugar bucket in the original mustard paint.  19th century. From the Estate of Mary Louise Shartle, Las Vegas, New Mexico. 11 3/4" high X 12" wide.

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