I have been buying some new items so it was time to add this new section.
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.