Antique Associates at West Townsend



Antique, Cutlery Tray, Pieced Hex Rosettes,
Paint Decorated
Pennsylvania, 19th Century
Poplar


Antique, Cutlery Tray, Pieced Hex Rosettes, Paint Decorated
Pennsylvania, 19th Century
Poplar, entire view 1

Original paint decoration…canted long sides; slightly arched ends and a wonderful
arched divider featuring cutout 6-pointed hex rosettes [symbol of luck] and a pierced
handhold. The interior corners are fitted with small cove moldings. The brown and dark
olive painted panels are centered black painted banding; trim and faux inlay done in
salmon paint. (Original condition: height: 6"; width: 13.75"; depth: 10.25")


Antique, Cutlery Tray, Pieced Hex Rosettes, Paint Decorated
Pennsylvania, 19th Century
Poplar, entire view 2

Antique, Cutlery Tray, Pieced Hex Rosettes, Paint Decorated
Pennsylvania, 19th Century
Poplar, entire view 3

$825.00

335-131




Cutlery Tray, Knife Box, Paint Decorated, Original Paint, Pierced Handle American, 19th Century


Cutlery Tray, Knife Box, Paint Decorated, Original Paint, Pierced Handle
American, 19th Century

Constructed of poplar, pierced handhold, arched compartment divider; combed concentric circles. Excellent original condition.
(Height: 4.5"; width: 12.25"; depth: 8")


Cutlery Tray, Knife Box, Paint Decorated, Original Paint, Pierced Handle
American, 19th Century

$310.00

179-5




Cutlery Tray, Nautical, Six Star Inlays Anonymous, 19th Century


Cutlery Tray, Nautical, Six Star Inlays 
Anonymous, 19th Century

Maple and pine The pierced arched handle over canted case with arched ends; slightly projecting base featuring conforming scratch-bead. (Height: 6.25"; width: 11.25"; depth: 5.5")


Cutlery Tray, Nautical, Six Star Inlays 
Anonymous, 19th Century

$1,190.00

1256-34




Tea Caddy, Paint Decorated, Estate of James Fenimore Cooper IV
America
Circa 1825 to 1835
Freehand and stenciled painted decoration on curly maple, original surface


Tea Caddy, Paint Decorated, Estate of James Fenimore Cooper IV
America
Circa 1825 to 1835, entire view

Fine and tiny dovetail joinery; rectangular lid opens to a tripartite interior with remnants of foil lining; the case resting on original ball feet. The surface with dark patina is original. (James Fenimore Cooper IV was born May 1, 1927 in New York City, to Dr. Henry S.F. Cooper and Katherine Guy F. Cooper; he died in October of 2013 and was a descendent of James Fenimore Cooper, the great American novelist and writer of The Last of the Mohicans. (H: 6.25"; W: 12"; D: 5.75")

$2,965

1042-1


Tea Caddy, Paint Decorated, Estate of James Fenimore Cooper IV
America
Circa 1825 to 1835, scale view
Tea Caddy, Paint Decorated, Estate of James Fenimore Cooper IV
America
Circa 1825 to 1835, open view
Tea Caddy, Paint Decorated, Estate of James Fenimore Cooper IV
America
Circa 1825 to 1835, top view
Tea Caddy, Paint Decorated, Estate of James Fenimore Cooper IV
America
Circa 1825 to 1835, side view



Knife Box, Serpentine Front with Sloping Lid
Mahogany and various inlays
Late 18th Century


Knife Box, Serpentine Front with Sloping Lid
Mahogany and various inlays
Late 18th Century, angle view

In generally good condition with minor imperfections. (Height: 17 inches; width: 8.75 inches; depth: 12.5 inches)

$1,100

593-28


Knife Box, Serpentine Front with Sloping Lid
Mahogany and various inlays
Late 18th Century, entire view
Knife Box, Serpentine Front with Sloping Lid
Mahogany and various inlays
Late 18th Century, open view




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