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.
Exceptional summer/winter homespun coverlet, blue and white.
A double-weave summer-winter coverlet in red, white and blue. The coverlet boasts an excellent and intricate fringe.
A large folk art shore bird decoy, wood with an iron bill.
A beautifully decorated folk art fractur, (or taufschein).
Well-done Baltimore sampler, done by Jane Peden when she was 13 years old.
A Shaker hooked rug backed by mattress ticking. The rug sports lovely colors and braided edges, and is in good condition. Early 20th century.
Folk art painting of a table arrangement, oil on netting laid down on a wooden panel.