Oval-shaped Bennington humidor, with "flower bud" handle on lid, excellent condition.
Chinese export porcelain tea set made for the American market, consisting of a teapot, sugar bowl and pitcher.
An antique chalkware squirrel eating a nut, dating from the 19th century. The tail has been repaired.
Unusual burl compote, excellent turnings, dated 1875 under base and stamped "C. Snell". Almost invisible repair to column.
Large Dutch Delft charger, 13 3/4" diameter, blue and white decoration, several rim chips.
Large Dutch Delft charger, blue and white decoration, 13 1/4" diameter.
Large Native American burl bowl, 18 1/2" diameter, very strong burl, late 18th or early 19th century.
Large antique apothecary/candy jar, beautifully crafted, excellent condition with only some minor chips inside the rim.
Very rare long burl dipper, all carved from one piece of wood, 18th or 19th century, New York State origin.
Early ovoid stoneware jug with incised cobalt blue floral decoration, 12" tall, probably made by the Lent Stoneware Factory in Troy, NY, circa 1820.
3 gallon stoneware jug with unusual shape, having splashes of blue decoration on front and on handle, along with a blue "3". Unsigned.
Set of four Pearlware plates, 8 1/4" diameter, some minor rim chips.
Small stoneware jar decorated with brown and black glaze, 9" high, inscribed "I. Seymour & Son. Troy.", circa 1850.
Two-gallon ovoid stoneware crock, decorated in cobalt blue with a stylized flower, marked "D. Weston, Ellenville, NY".
Four gallon stoneware jug with large cobalt blue floral decoration, stamped "Cowden & Wilcox, Harrisburg".
Victorian dressing table box on feet, with hinged lid, attractively decorated with seashells.
A large pewter teapot with the touch mark "J.H. Palethorp, Philada on the underside.
One gallon ovoid stoneware advertising jug, 11" high.