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Double Handle Ash Burl Bowl, Original Surface, Dry Patina, Iroquois, Circa 1780-1800 Outstanding form, historical integrity; craftsmanship and trapezoidal pierced handles - SOLD



(Height at handle: 6.75"; width: 18.25"; depth: 16.5")









216-627 - SOLD




Geometrically Carved Footed Wood Trivet, Single Piece of Pine, Good Color Anonymous, antique



(Height: 1.75"; width: 5.75"; depth: 5.75")



$325.00

707-62




Treen Rundlet, Rum Keg, Cask, Original Red Painted Surface, 7”
New England, 18th or Early 19th Century
Hollowed and sealed, spirit keg


Antique Treen Rundlet/Rum Keg, Original Red Surface, New England, 18th Century, angle view

$495

1187-11




Ash Burl Bowl, Medium Size, Outwardly Flared Rim, Double Incised Band, Footed
Circa 1780 to 1820


Antique Medium Footed Ash Burl Bowl, Circa 1780, entire view

(Excellent condition, displays a 1-inch tight fissure at rim; Diameter: 9.5”, H: 3”)

$2,265

1120-69




Ash Burl Bowl, Deep, Rimmed and Footed
Circa 1800


Antique Deep Ash Burl Bowl, Rimmed and Footed, Circa 1800, entire view

(Fine Condition; Diameter: 10.5”, H: 4.75”)

$2,175

1120-71




Ash Burl Serving Bowl, Well Worn Displaying the Soul of Multi Generational Use
Turned deep rim and concentric rings, Incised Foot, has character
Circa 1760 to 1800


Antique Ash Burl Serving Bowl with Deep Rim and Concentric Rings, Circa 1760, entire view

(As shown, loss to rim worn smooth as handhold; Diameter: 13”, H: 5.5”)

$1,975

1120-72




Ash Burl Bowl, Beehive Turned, Outward Flaring Rim, Footed, Nice Color
Circa 1780 to 1820


Antique Beehive Turned Ash Burl Bowl with Flaring Rim, Circa 1780, entire view

(Fine Condition; Diameter: 13.5”, H: 5”)

$2,650

1120-68




Ash Burl Bowl, Outstanding Defined Rim, Footed, Great form, Traces of Red
Circa 1800


Antique Footed Ash Burl Bowl with Traces of Red, Circa 1800, entire view

(Diameter: 9”, H: 2.75”)

$2,575

1120-70




Burl Bowl
New England
18th Century
Ash - SOLD



As depicted, with good color, incised rim and footed.
(Height: 5.25 inches; diameter: 14 inches.)

323-29 - SOLD







Small Burl Bowl
ASH
New England
Early 19th Century - SOLD



This fine "china like" bowl with lipped edge and incised flat foot has a great patina. There is a tight hairline extending from the rim.
Dimensions: 2.25-inches high, 7-inch diameter.

216-363 - SOLD







Conger Cookie Roller, Mold, Funeral Token Shortbread Cookie/Biscuit Roller, Sprigs of Roses
New York City, Circa 1835, Impressed J. Conger
Walnut and maple


Antique Cookie Roller/Mold, Impressed J. Conger, New York City, Circa 1835, angle view

See Hilde G. Lee, Tokens to Remember the Departed. Also, The Clarion (Folk Art Magazine) Fall 1989, William Woys Weaver, The New Year’s Cake Print – A Distinctively American Form. (Excellent bibliography included)
This item just in, please call if interested in the culture, additional information or to purchase
(L: 11”)

$1,595

1120-56


Antique Cookie Roller/Mold, Impressed J. Conger, New York City, Circa 1835, carving detail
Antique Cookie Roller/Mold, Impressed J. Conger, New York City, Circa 1835, signature detail



Maple Burl Dipper, Ladle, Long Silver Form Handle, Perfectly Carved Bowl
New York or New England, Circa 1800ish


Antique Maple Burl Dipper/Ladle with Perfectly Carved Bowl, Circa 1800, angle view

(L: 24.75”, diameter: 6.75”)

$1,575

1120-40


Antique Maple Burl Dipper/Ladle with Perfectly Carved Bowl, Circa 1800, entire view
Antique Maple Burl Dipper/Ladle with Perfectly Carved Bowl, Circa 1800, underside view



Large Natural Colored Wooden Bowl



Measures 7.75-inches in height and approximately 21.75-inches in diameter.

$745

381-48






Rundlet, Swiggler, Red Stain
Anonymous, Late 19th Century


Antique Swiggler/Rundlet in Red Stain, late 19th Century, angle view

(Good condition; H: 4.75”)

$550

1142-7




Outstanding Large Carved Wooden Spoon Ladle, Household & Cooking Chores
New England, 18th or 19th Century, Maple


Antique Large Carved Wooden Spoon/Ladle, New England, 18th Century, entire view

Other examples, not as beautiful or long may be found in Early American Country Furnishings by George Neumann, number 892 and 908. Also, Once Upon a Time, page 28, by George Sloan (Shrinkage crack as seen, old fissure at bowl tip appears to have long ago been glued; L: 43”, bowl diameter: 7”)

$465

879-85


Antique Large Carved Wooden Spoon/Ladle, New England, 18th Century, angle view
Antique Large Carved Wooden Spoon/Ladle, New England, 18th Century, with ruler for scale
Antique Large Carved Wooden Spoon/Ladle, New England, 18th Century, close up detail
Antique Large Carved Wooden Spoon/Ladle, New England, 18th Century, close up angle



Shaker Ball Darning Eggs, Treen, 19th Century
Sold separately


Antique Treen Rundlet/Canteen in Original Surface, New England, 18th or Early 19th Century, entire view

Shaker, Ball Darning Egg, Steam Fitted Revolving Ball Holder, 19th Century
Maple, large size

(Very good, some water staining; adds figural interest! Diameter: 3"; H: 2.5")
$195
1120-51


Shaker, Ball Darning Egg, Steam Fitted Revolving Ball Holder, 19th Century
Maple, small size

(Fine condition; 2.25 by 2")
$165
1120-60





Antique Treen Container, Footed, Lidded, Original Surface
Anonymous, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Footed and Lidded Treen Contianer, 19th Century, entire view

(H: 9”)

171-115 - SOLD




Treen, Bowls, Pantry Boxes
Sold separately




Treen, Bowl, Maple - SOLD

Treen, Bowl, Maple
Small size
- SOLD

Treen, Bowl, Ash - SOLD


Treen, Bowl, Beehive Turned - SOLD

Treen, Bowl, Maple - SOLD

Treen, Bowl, Butternut - SOLD


Treen, Bowl, Blue Paint - SOLD
Dimensions: 9.75" H, 24.25" W, 23.25" D.
912-256


Box, Pantry Box, Brown Paint
Boston, Massachusetts
- SOLD

Box, Cheese Box, Green Paint, Bail Handle - SOLD
Dimensions: 6.5" H, 14.5" diameter.
640-26

Box, Pantry Box, Green Paint - SOLD


Box, Bee Box, Green Paint
Early 19th Century
- SOLD
Dimensions: 2.25" H, 6.25" L, 2.5" W.
336-62

Box, Pantry Box, Prussian Blue Paint - SOLD
Dimensions: 5" H, 9.75" diameter.
336-58

Box, Pantry Box, Green Paint
Signed Lid
Small Size
- SOLD
Dimensions: 2.75" H, 6.5" diameter.
336-69

Box, Pantry Box, Worn Green Paint
Large Size
- SOLD
Dimensions: 5.5" H, 10.25" diameter.
336-79

Box, Pantry Box, Green Paint
Large Size
- SOLD
Dimensions: 4.5" H, 9.25" diameter.
336-78

Pantry Box, Original Red Paint
New England
19th Century
- SOLD

Pantry Box, Original Putty/White Paint
New England
Branded, M.R. Chase, top and bottom
Ash and White Pine
- SOLD




Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Burl Bowl, Small Thin Walled, China Bowl Form
New England
18th Century
Ash burl - SOLD



Outstanding small flat bottom bowl with good color and patina
(H: 2.25"; diameter: 5.5")

210-222 - SOLD




Eighteenth Century Ash Burl Bowl with Double Pierced Handles, Good Color
Northeast, circa 1780 - SOLD


Antique Ash Burl Bowl with Double Pierced Handles, 18th Century, angle view

(19 by 15.5 by 5”)

216-594 - SOLD




Antique Mortar and Pestle, Blue/Green Paint
American, Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Mortar and Pestle with Blue/Green Paint, Early 19th Century, entire view 1

(Mortar: 7.25” H, 5.25” base diameter; pestle: 10.5” L)

879-100 - SOLD




Treen Rundlet, Canteen, Rum Keg, Cask, Original Surface
New England, 18th or Early 19th Century
Very early working period glazing putty within rims - SOLD


Antique Treen Rundlet/Canteen in Original Surface, New England, 18th or Early 19th Century, entire view

(Very good condition, out-of-round; 2.75 by 3.5 by 3.25”)

879-73 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Round, Footed, Likely Original Surface
New England, 18th Century - SOLD



(Very good condition; tight age fissure at bottom; diameter: 16.5", height; approx. 5.5")

1091-5 - SOLD




Early American Butter Churn, Rare Small Size, Best Natural Color and Dry Patina, Lollipop Handle
Eighteenth or Early Nineteenth Century, COOPER MADE
Pine and Ash, locking bands pegged to staves, height: 15.5" - SOLD



(No lid or agitator; fabulous as it stands)

632-33 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Canted Oval, Strong Taper, Footed, Great Surface, Ash
New England, 18th Century
Beautifully rendered, good lines, fine condition - SOLD



(17 5/8 by 16 by 5")

1091-6 - SOLD




Antique Treen Bowl, Natural Color, China Bowl Form, Footed, Small Size - SOLD



Anonymous, pine, out-of-round, two tight and short shrinkage fissures at rim
(Dimensions: 1.75" H.)

201-364 - SOLD




Mixing Bowl, Chestnut
New England
18th Century - SOLD



This bowl displays the timeworn character of serving several generations; well worn including beehive turnings. We note that is a 4.5" shrinkage crack.
(Dimensions: 4.25" H, 14" diameter.)

201-299 - SOLD




Noodle Board, Original Blue Paint
Early 19th Century - SOLD



The working side never painted, the other with tapered and molded full-length cleats set with dovetailed dado; wonderful paint and patina.
(Diameter: 24.5"; L with handle: 29 7/8")

424-129 - SOLD




Treen Bowl, Mixing and Utility, Beehive
New England
Early 19th Century
Maple
Overall thinning pumpkin color - SOLD



This large turned bowl with flaring molded lip sits on a flat foot; tight shrinkage crack otherwise no imperfections.
(H: 7.25"; W: 21.75"; D: 21")

992-7 - SOLD




LARGE CHARLES II LIGNUM VITAE WASSAIL BOWL
LATE 17TH CENTURY
England - SOLD



Rare lignum vitae bowl, possibly a wassail bowl, finely turned, molded pedestal base on spreading circular foot; beaded medial band, and beaded lip. As expected, mentioned for accuracy, a couple extremely minor nibbles to rim and some warping. (H: 12.5"; W: 12.5"; D: 11.5")

843-138 - SOLD




Trencher, Rush Holder
Sold separately



Trencher, Chopping Bowl, Bittersweet Paint
New England
Nineteenth Century
- SOLD
Dimensions:
922-2

Rush Holder
Possibly Sussex
18th Century
- SOLD




Pantry Box, Carved Scoop
Sold separately



Oval Pantry Box, Opposing Tapered Fingers
Goshen, Connecticut
Late 18th or Early 19th Century
Maple and pine
- SOLD
A nice box of peg and clinched tack construction having "granny" note dated June 1864 stating that the box was made by Miles Norton who was born in 1740.
(6 by 4.75 by 2 5/8")
883-10

Scoop, Carved, Red - SOLD
Nicely carved with open handle; scratch carved on base:
From D. Day e. 80
To Mrs. Brogam
No. 246, 1879, NY
(L: 11")
883-8




Paint Decorated Footed Treen Cup - SOLD



Banded decoration in three colors accents this 19th c treen cup with stepped foot.
Dimensions: 5.25-inches tall; diameter 4.5-inches

240-44 - SOLD




Bowl, Turned, Incised
England
Late 18th Century
Elm - SOLD



This footed bowl with canted sides features three bands of incised concentric rings on the outside with the motif again repeated on the base of interior. (Height: 4.5 inches; diameter: 10.5 inches)

492-67 - SOLD




Treen Eating Plate
New England
Circa 1800
Maple - SOLD



As depicted, with lovely patina on nicely turned dish. Dimensions: 7.5 by 7.25-inches.

201-322 - SOLD




Paint Decorated Frame with mirrored glass
Early 19th Century
New England - SOLD



Dimensions: 7 by 10.25-inches.

201-303 - SOLD




Large Oval Burl Bowl
Northern Great Lakes Region
Circa 1780
Ash - SOLD



As depicted, a footed and lipped example with sloping sides, and dry surface that remains in excellent original condition. (Height: 6.25-inches; width is just about 24-inches; depth: 17.75-inches.)

216-376 - SOLD




Burl Tankard, Engine Turned and Carved, Old Red Paint
European
Circa 1730
Wonderful large form, great surface - SOLD



Imperfections include lower lip edge losses to lid, shrinkage crack to lid; as expected, a few old cootie holes. (H: 8.5"; base diameter: 7.25")

424-91 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com

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