Outstanding jelly cupboard taken down to the original robin’s egg blue paint.
Early adjustable tripod candle holder or candlestand.
Lift-top desk, pine, with one drawer below two false drawers – a rare form.
Beautiful Currier & Ives colored lithograph, "Prairie Fires of the Great West".
Early tin coffee pot, outstanding form with ribbed pattern and attractive goose neck spout, opalescent knob on hinged lid, 11" tall, 19th century.
Cast iron door stop in the shape of an elephant reaching for coconuts in a palm tree.
Early large round burl bowl, beautiful coloration, very good condition, American.
Painted iron lawn sprinkler in the shape of a frog, 4.5" tall.
Oval-shaped Bennington humidor, with "flower bud" handle on lid, excellent condition.
Exceptional Chippendale tavern table, constructed of maple and pine.
Pair of early wooden stair fragments with wonderful folk art qualities, original green paint, very sculptural carving including hearts, 18th Century, Pennsylvania origin.
Early hatchel (or hetchel) with fabulous ironwork decoration. Made from Southern yellow pine, and shaped in the form of an owl, this hatchel was used to clean flax or hemp.
Naive watercolor portrait of a woman in a fancy dress, unsigned, 19th century, New England or New York State origin.
Windsor high chair, original paint decoration, 29" high (to top of crest), circa 1850, Pennsylvania origin.
Embroidered sampler, nicely decorated with a house and trees, signed "Charlotte Bates, 1824", American.
Theorem on velvet depicting a woman mourner, along with grazing sheep and a church building in the background. This theorem has a wonderful folk art quality, with good color and in a nice frame.
Sheet metal trade sign in the shape of a boot, with original black and white paint on a red background.
Exceptional large boot trade sign, painted on both sides with the name “A.F. Twitchell” in gold lettering and gold striping on a black background.