Folk Art

Well-done Baltimore sampler, done by Jane Peden when she was 13 years old.

Copper “Hand of God” weathervane, 40½” long, excellent patina, excellent condition.


A folk art map of the World , watercolor and ink on paper, framed behind glass, painted by Sarah Brush in 1822.


A charmingly naïve portrait of a young girl, oil on canvas laid down on board, attributed to Henry Williams, (1787-1830).


Exceptional molded copper and iron "Dexter" horse and rider weathervane.


Wooden drug store or apothecary trade sign.

A beautiful sailor’s seashell valentine.

Rare and important naive portraits of attractive twin girls holding cats, oil on canvas, unsigned.

Paint decorated deed box, with flowers over a black background, decorated on the front, lid, and two sides.

A highly appealing "Grodner Tal" folk art painted wooden doll sitting on a chair.

Native American weathervane, sheet iron.

Rare copper cockerel weathervane with a split tail.

Landscape painting, oil on canvas, unsigned.

A beautifully decorated folk art fractur, (or taufschein).

Naïve folk art painting of a New England house and barn, oil on canvas, unsigned.

Antique decorated band box.

Naïve folk art landscape painting, oil on canvas, probably of the Hudson River, unsigned.

Folk art painting of an attractive young woman, o/c, mounted on board.


A truly exceptional miniature lift-top blanket chest with one drawer.

A theorem on velvet in its original paint decorated frame.