On Sale

Early 18th century four-slat ladderback armchair.

Outstanding jelly cupboard taken down to the original robin’s egg blue paint.

Federal cherry candlestand with cut-corner top, spider legs, circa 1820, New England origin.

Tin sconce with crimped edges and shaped corners, circa 1820-1840.

Hooded tin sconce, circa 1840.

Snake-footed candlestand with a round top, maple, circa 1800, New England origin.

Native American squash blossom necklace with a turquoise and sterling silver Naja.

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

Native American sterling silver necklace with a heavy lizard pendant.

This is an Old Pawn Native American bracelet, made of sterling silver and beautiful natural turquoise.

Native American bolo tie, made from sterling silver and a beautiful turquoise stone.

Three gallon cobalt decorated stoneware jug with a spigot.

Two oval 3-fingered Shaker boxes with lids.

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

Lift-top desk, pine, with one drawer below two false drawers – a rare form.

Pine bucket bench, having high cutouts on the ends and nicely shaped sides.

Exceptional Chippendale tavern table, constructed of maple and pine.

Early adjustable tripod candle holder or candlestand. 

Cast iron door stop in the shape of an elephant reaching for coconuts in a palm tree.