Molded full-bodied copper steer weathervane, attributed to Cushing and White, Waltham, MA.
Pair of folk art portraits, presumably of a husband and wife, oil on canvas, unsigned.
Paint decorated tole document box, red, green and white decoration on a black background
Beautiful running horse weathervane, copper with a zinc head. The weathervane is all original, boasting excellent untouched patina with traces of gilt, attributed to Fiske, NYC, circa 1870.
Early needlework picture, with birds and flowers, late 18th or early 19th century.
Beautifully made red and green appliqued quilt with an exceptionally attractive border.
A highly unusual naive painting of a witch on an 18th century mahogany piecrust tray. Some of the painted surfaces are incised.
Rare and important naive portraits of attractive twin girls holding cats, oil on canvas, unsigned.
Native American lidded basket with potato stamp decoration, excellent condition, last half of the 19thcentury, Northeast Woodlands.
Appliqué quilt, having a very bold pattern with an attractive vine and flower border.
Copper “Hand of God” weathervane, 40½” long, excellent patina, excellent condition.
Pieced quilt, nine-patch pattern with lovely colors on a rust background and a homespun back.
Naïve folk art landscape painting, oil on canvas, probably of the Hudson River, unsigned.
Wonderful flying goose decoy, signed and dated, in original paint.
An early 19th century calligraphy containing a hand-written poem.