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Galloping Horse Silhouette, Sheet Iron
Crafted from old painted sign, found in NYS
Dimensions: 26.5 by 18.5".
18th or 19th Century
Blacksmith and tinsmith work, and with little to no use.
Dimensions: 16.75" L, 5.5" W, 1.5" H.
Fireplace Crane, Very Small Size
Hand Forged Iron
Dimensions: 13.5" L, 9.75" H.
Mid 19th Century Child's Cotton Print Dress - SOLD
Hand sewn dress with bittersweet ground with some nice detailing... white piping at waist, neckline and sleeve, sawtooth border at neckline. Wood hanger included
201-281 - SOLD
Copper Tea Kettle
Early 19th Century
Dove tail construction, brass finial appears to be original.
Dimensions: 13-inches high to handle.
As depicted, hollow-cut profile of lady above "Museum" stamp; mounted within original painted frame, having outstanding surface and retaining original backboard.
Dimensions: 5 by 6-inch frame, 3.75 by 4.75-inch sight-size.
Mid 19th Century Japanned Lantern - SOLD
Tin lantern with pierced stars and diamond decoration in excellent condition.
Dimensions: 17.5-inches tall overall including handle.
816-4 - SOLD
Turned Burl Lidded Box
Anonymous...undetermined age - SOLD
As depicted, an attractive box in very good condition with one small area of edge loss to lid.
Dimensions: 3.5-inches high, 5.75-inch diameter.
903-26 - SOLD
Early Tin Glasses with Handwoven Tape Holder - SOLD
So as not to lose their glasses a make-do holder was used...a hand woven tape.
One lense of these very early glasses has been broken.
Ex Thayer Collection
Dimensions: 4.75-inch glasses width, 4-inch earpiece length, 16.5-inch tape length.
508-42 - SOLD
Stoneware Crock with Bird Decoration
By Ottoman Bros
Fort Edward, New York
Dimensions: 18.25 by 14.25-inch frame, 13.75 by 9.5-inch sight-size.
Early 19th Century - SOLD
As depicted, this cricket with rectangular top is raised on turned, tapers, and incised legs. Base is in old, possibly original dark paint; top with thinning paint is red and green. At some time during the piece's period of use-it was over-upholstered. (Height: 5.75 inches; width: 12 inches; width: 6.5 inches.)
637-41 - SOLD
Sterling Silver Mug
William Gale & Son, New York City
Dimensions: 3.25-inches high, 2.75-inch diameter.
Small Scouring Box
Early 19th Century White pine...original red paint - SOLD
As depicted, the half-round carved crest above vertical scouring backboard having applied sides above box with carved down-swept sides. Simple yet successful country construction; original paint and good patina.
(Height: 15-inches; width: 5.375-inches; depth: 5.625-inches.)
553-41 - SOLD
Victorian Embossed Mirror
Dimensions: 50.5 by 23.25-inches.
Lot of Five Pine Broaches
Carved Rods For Candle Dipping And some wool wick material...
Probably early 19th century
The candle wicks were tied to the broach then dipped in melted wax repetitively
forming the candle. Included is a bundle or wool wicking. The broaches range in size; 18 - 24.75 inches.
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