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Stack, Eleven Round Graduated Pantry Boxes,
Original Paint
New England, 19th Century


Stack, Eleven Round Graduated Pantry Boxes, Original Paint
New England, 19th Century, stack view

All boxes, copper & iron tack, and peg construction, in very good original condition, all
with straight seams except the powder blue box, third from bottom…lid with gothic
finger; no breaks or losses. The whitish box with grayish tint, second from top displays
some paint flaking/losses to one area; yellow box, sixth down from top in original
surface history…old mustard yellow over red. One inscribed “cream of tartar”, another
with paper label for “pimento”; another impressed with “Winchendon, Massachusetts”
maker’s stamp. Provenance: Mountain Crest Antiques, Hadley. Massachusetts, 2001.
(Stack height: 33.5"; smallest diameter: 4.625"; largest diameter: 10.5")

$3,950.00

843-321




Title: Country Store Staved Lidded Pail, Firkin w/ Lid,
Original Mustard Yellow, Stenciled, – Mustard
Date/Period: 19th Century


Country Store Staved Lidded Pail, Firkin w/ Lid, Original Mustard Yellow, Stenciled, – Mustard, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 7.5"; base diameter: 9.25"

Material: Hard yellow pine, birch

Condition: Very good, bands display thinning red paint

Additional Information: A canted bucket with drop-in round lid, banded stave
construction; wire bail with turned handle.

$485.00

745-208


Country Store Staved Lidded Pail, Firkin w/ Lid, Original Mustard Yellow, Stenciled, – Mustard, entire view 2

Country Store Staved Lidded Pail, Firkin w/ Lid, Original Mustard Yellow, Stenciled, – Mustard, entire view 3

Country Store Staved Lidded Pail, Firkin w/ Lid, Original Mustard Yellow, Stenciled, – Mustard, detail view

Country Store Staved Lidded Pail, Firkin w/ Lid, Original Mustard Yellow, Stenciled, – Mustard, top view

Country Store Staved Lidded Pail, Firkin w/ Lid, Original Mustard Yellow, Stenciled, – Mustard, bottom view



Firkin, Sugar Pail, Flour Bucket,
Original Surface History, Lapped, Wood Strap Handle
New England, 19th Century
Antique forest green over apple green paint, nice surface!


Firkin, Sugar Pail, Flour Bucket, Original Surface History, Lapped, Wood Strap Handle
New England, 19th Century 
Antique forest green over apple green paint, nice surface!, entire view 1

Northeastern white pine (Height at handle: 20.5"; height: 14.5"; base diameter: 15")
The bands/hoops taper to single fingers; tapered wood handle secured by wooden buttons; tack
and clinched copper nails securing staves. Perfect size for stack foundation.


Firkin, Sugar Pail, Flour Bucket, Original Surface History, Lapped, Wood Strap Handle
New England, 19th Century 
Antique forest green over apple green paint, nice surface!, entire view 2

Firkin, Sugar Pail, Flour Bucket, Original Surface History, Lapped, Wood Strap Handle
New England, 19th Century 
Antique forest green over apple green paint, nice surface!, bottom view

Firkin, Sugar Pail, Flour Bucket, Original Surface History, Lapped, Wood Strap Handle
New England, 19th Century 
Antique forest green over apple green paint, nice surface!, detail view

$625.00

1072-82




Sugar Bucket, Signed C.N. Brown & E. Hooper,
Locked Laps, Green Paint Early 19th Century


Sugar Bucket, Signed C.N. Brown & E. Hooper,
Locked Laps, Green Paint

This ash bucket is in old grungy green paint, possibly original. The tapering handles swings on turned button-head pegs; two good size pegs secure the bottom bentwood band. Top and bottom display maker’s marks. (Extremely minor imperfections; Height: 10"; diameter: 9.75")

$925.00

632-62




Spice Chest, Original Brown Surface, Yellow Lettering, Porcelain Knobs
Late 19th Century
Pennsylvania
Poplar


Spice Chest, Original Brown Surface, Yellow Lettering, Porcelain Knobs
Late 19th Century, entire view

Molded top over case of twelve drawers, the case resting on applied bracket base
(One partial foot restored; minor imperfections to a few drawer lip-corners; the back feet are joined by bracket which is not original; the feet are original; glue blocks replaced, else fine and original; H: 20.75"; W: 16"; D: 9.5")

$1,750

843-186


Spice Chest, Original Brown Surface, Yellow Lettering, Porcelain Knobs
Late 19th Century, scale view



Oval Spice Box, Bentwood Pantry Box, Impressed CH for Cotton Hersey
Hingham, Massachusetts, 19th Century
Cotton Hersey (1792-1881) Active Cooper 1810-1881
Maple and pine


Oval Spice Box, Bentwood Pantry Box, Impressed CH for Cotton Hersey
Hingham, Massachusetts, 19th Century
Cotton Hersey (1792-1881) Active Cooper 1810-1881
Maple and pine, entire view 1

Iron tack and peg construction, opposing fingers; original blue paint, heavy patina
appearing deep green thinning to blue. The base is fine; wood loss to top rim above
finger, closed shrinkage fissure at one end, else fine.
(Height: 2.5"; width: 6.25"; depth: 4.5")


Oval Spice Box, Bentwood Pantry Box, Impressed CH for Cotton Hersey
Hingham, Massachusetts, 19th Century
Cotton Hersey (1792-1881) Active Cooper 1810-1881
Maple and pine, entire view 2

$495.00

1310-70




Staved Firkin
Bentwood handle, tapered fingers
Original Paint
Mid-19th Century


Staved Firkin
Bentwood handle, tapered fingers
Original Paint
Mid-19th Century, entire view

A pine stave sugar bucket with two bands, each with tapered finger; swing handle pivoting on wooden pins with button terminus. The original black paint has a very nice patina; great condition. It is odd that this bucket has no lid, however, there are no witness shadows suggesting that it ever had a lid and the rim is entirely painted; patina is consistent. (Height at handle: 13"; H: 9.75-"; base diameter: 9.75".)

$515

629-6


Staved Firkin
Bentwood handle, tapered fingers
Original Paint
Mid-19th Century, scale view



Pantry Box, Spice, Original Painted Surface Oxidized to Dark Green, Tack & Peg
New England, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Pantry/Spice Box with Original Painted Surface, 19th Century, angle view

(Diameter: 8.5”, H: 4.5”)

SOLD

110-757


Antique Pantry/Spice Box with Original Painted Surface, 19th Century, entire view


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