Kitchen, Table, Chairs Vignette
Background and hanging, left to right:
Peel Slice, Maple
Original red paint
A rarely encountered carved example with round-to-octagonal handle and shaped shoulders. Excellent condition. (Length: 73-inches.)
Gridiron, portable broiling grate
Circa 1750 to 1800
A heavy duty example, the rods penetrate footed end frames and are peened on ends. The outstanding baluster shaped handle is flat and features a perfectly balanced heart terminus; pierced for hanging. Some thinning of center rods from use with all else fine. (Length: 23 inches; width: 9.75 inches; height: 2.25 inches.)
Dutch Crown Iron, for hanging meat
A well made crown-like device used in the larder to hang meat and game featuring 13-hooks with large hook at center of crown making 14-hooks.
(Height: 15.5 inches; Diameter: 16 inches.)
Kitchen Tools, Iron, Set of Four - SOLD
Roasting Fork, Wrought Iron
Down hearth, footed - SOLD
Furniture, left to right:
Dining Chairs, Windsor, Set Of Six
Shaped Tablet...stepped-down ends
The top-rail with elevated crest panels ornamented by both hand and stenciled decoration above backswept posts and six spindles joined to solid shaped seats raised on faux bamboo turned legs joined by similarly turned box stretchers. The chairs are in very good original condition including painted surfaces. As depicted, minor losses and wear; some minor surface restoration to tablet of one chair. Also, one spindle is mended-otherwise all else fine. (Height: 35.5 inches; seat height: 17.5 inches; width: 15 inches; depth: 15.75 inches.)
Chair Table, Original Red Paint
Very Early 19th Century
White pine and hardwoods
The three-board pine top with generous overhang allowing for comfortable seating pivots on rear top-rail and rests on arms with shaped handholds. The handhold rails atop turned and block posts joined by seat above plain apron raised on turned feet. Fantastic scrubbed top and nearly full coverage original dry red paint. (Height: 27.5 inches; seat height: 16.25 inches; top diameter: 45 inches.)
On table, left to right:
Original Mustard Paint Decoration - SOLD
Wooden Utensils, EX-Roger bacon
18th and 19th Centuries - SOLD
Described left to right...
(Two pieces with Roger Bacon label.)
- Pestle/masher, long beautifully turned handle; best color. Length: 19-inches.
- Butter Patter, carved. Length: 7.75-inches.
- Curd knife, maple; beautifully carved. Length: 24-inches.
- Spatula with long shaped handle. Length: 14-inches.
- Curd knife, maple, carved. Length: 25.25-inches.
Butter Worker, Turned Bowl
Beehive Form, Maple
Traces of white paint
As depicted, a rare turned bowl/saucer with turned handle central to bowl; used for working water out of butter. The bowl was turned on pole-lathe and is very much out-of-round; shrinkage crack mended during period of use with wire, all else fine. (Height: 3.5 inches; width: 12 inches; depth: 11.75 inches.)
Floor and foreground, left to right:
Late 19th Century - SOLD
Tea Kettle, Copper, Arts and Crafts
By Thomas R. Neil
A rare, possibly unique piece - SOLD
Early 19th Century
Brass and wrought iron
Beautifully constructed, the top with applied brass ornamentation above shaped and pierced apron, raised on square to round legs with round conical feet; the legs joined by box stretcher with crossed and pierced shelf. Unusual mortis and tenon construction.
Dimensions: 12.5-inches high, 11.5-inches wide, 9.5-inches deep.
Frying Pan, Spider
As depicted, a hand-forged flat-bottomed spider; the tall feet are flared and flatted where riveted to pan as is the long handle with neatly scrolled hanging ring. (Overall length: 24.25-inches; height: 8-inches; diameter: 11.5-inches.)
Stoneware Jar, Six Gallon, With Cobalt Decoration
Stoneware jar with dark cobalt floral decoration and Albany glaze interior.
One small chip on the back of the base and one very small chip on the lid.
Dimensions: 17.5-inches high.
If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lynn Morin at email@example.com
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