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Standing Salt, Goblet, Bowl, Hmmm!
Treen, Turned and Painted Wood Late Medieval in Style



Fairly thin walled, turned on slow speed lathe; the bowl on short stem featuring a robust knop…resting on a conical spreading circular foot. There is a half-inch chip to foot rim, all else fine; great surface and patina.
(Height: 4 7/8”, bowl diameter: 3.75”)





$775.00

424-331




Noggin Pitcher, Wooden Ware, Cutout Handle, Flaring Rim & Spout, Green Paint New England, 19th Century



A nice maple example…carved in-the-round, the inside turned on a lathe; wooden pitcher passed from mouth to mouth. (Height: 10.5"; base diameter: 5")





$1,385.00

1256-37




Covered Snuff Container, Rare Treen Form in Excellent Surface Likely Dutch or English, Circa 1780-1820



Unusual piece of treen used in a tobacco shop; the finial would be removed from the jar to sample a small amount of snuff which was poured on a tray. The cover (center section) opens just above the shoulder to access content; there are two-compartments above. For a related example see The Illustrated History of Antiques, edited by Huon Mallalieu, page 258. (There is a shrinkage crack in center section as shown; height: 17.5")

$925.00

1216-5




Rare, Turned 18th Century Muddler, Swizzle, Toddy Stick
Beautifully turned, ready to swizzle a toddy drink, 5” - SOLD


Antique Turned 18th Century Muddler/Toddy Stick, angle view

1177-4 - SOLD




Treen Rundlet, Rum Keg, Cask, Original Red Painted Surface, 5 5/8”
New England, 18th or Early 19th Century
Hollowed and sealed, spirit keg


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

$495

1187-12




Ash Burl Bowl, Beautifully Turned, Shallow Trencher Like, Fine Condition
Circa 1800 to 1820


Antique Beautifully Turned Ash Burl Bowl in Fine Condition, Circa 1800, entire view

(Diameter: 12”, H: 2.5”)

$2,350

1120-67




Small Ash Burl Bowl, a Fine Example Displaying Clarity of Form and Good Color
Circa 1780 to 1820


Antique Small Ash Burl Bowl with Good Color, Circa 1780, entire view

(Superb condition; Diameter: 5.5”, H: 2”)

$1,385

1120-75




Beehive Turned Small Ash Burl Bowl, Lipped, Footed, Good Color, Great Example
Circa 1780 to 1800


Antique Beehive Turned Ash Burl Bowl with Good Color, Footed and Lipped, Circa 1780, entire view

(Fine condition; Diameter: 7”, H: 3”)

$1,475

1120-66




Ash Burl Bowl, Deep and Beautifully Turned Serving Bowl, Successful Form
Circa 1780


Antique Turned Ash Burl Bowl with Successful Form, Circa 1780, entire view

(Fine condition; Diameter: 14”, H: 6.75”)

$3,450

1120-73




Ash Burl Bowl, Large, good line, rimmed and footed, Serving Bowl
Circa 1780 to 1820


Antique Large Rimmed and Footed Ash Burl Bowl, Circa 1780, entire view

(Fine original condition; Diameter: 16”, H: 5.25”)

$3,250

1120-74




Rare Lignum Vitae Covered Snuff Tobacco Container in Great Surface
Likely Dutch or English, Circa 1780 to 1820 - SOLD


Antique Lignum Vitae Covered Snuff Container in Great Surface, Circa 1780, entire view

Unusual piece of treen used in a tobacco shop; the finial would be removed from the jar to sample a small amount of snuff which was poured on a tray. The cover (center section) opens just above the shoulder to access content. For a closely related example see The Illustrated History of Antiques, edited by Huon Mallalieu, page 258.
(H: 14.25")

424-293 - SOLD


Antique Lignum Vitae Covered Snuff Container in Great Surface, Circa 1780, top off view
Antique Lignum Vitae Covered Snuff Container in Great Surface, Circa 1780, disassembled view
Antique Lignum Vitae Covered Snuff Container in Great Surface, Circa 1780, base detail



18th Century Burl Bowl, Ash, Incised Concentric Rings, Footed Base, Good Color
New England; well used, excellent condition


Antique Ash Burl Bowl with Incised Rings and Footed Base, 18th Century, angle view

(Diameter: 18”)

$2,375

1008-46


Antique Ash Burl Bowl with Incised Rings and Footed Base, 18th Century, side view
Antique Ash Burl Bowl with Incised Rings and Footed Base, 18th Century, interior view
Antique Ash Burl Bowl with Incised Rings and Footed Base, 18th Century, bottom view



Ladle, Scoop, Ash Burl, Unusually Large, Long Handle, Extremely Rare
New York State, Circa 1820 to 1840



The large deep bowl measures 9.75" in diameter; overall length is 31.25"

$14,625

424-194







Native American Scoop, Outstanding Pierced Handle and Overall Form
Likely Western New York State, Possibly Iroquois, Circa 1780 to 1820
Bought at time capsule house sale, early nineties, Churchville, NY
Ash



(Fine original condition; minor lip wear to one side; L: 9", W: 4.5")

$10,375

424-248








Carved Cookie Board, Cake Print, Cavalryman on Horseback, Watkins, Conger
Impressed J.Y. Watkins, N.Y. and Conger (Watkins was successor to Conger)
New York City, Likely Late 19th Century, Mahogany, Sharp Detail
Conger created the finest molds used in America


Antique Carved Cookie Board/Cake Print, Impressed Watkins and Conger, New YOrk City, 19th Century, angle view

Relief carved; gentleman raising his hat on horseback, surrounded by flowers and foliage within a concentric decorative border; impressed "J.Y. WATKINS N.Y." on one corner and "J. CONGER" on two edges. (11 by 11 by 1”)

$2,925

1120-57


Antique Carved Cookie Board/Cake Print, Impressed Watkins and Conger, New YOrk City, 19th Century, entire view
Antique Carved Cookie Board/Cake Print, Impressed Watkins and Conger, New YOrk City, 19th Century, conger signature detail
Antique Carved Cookie Board/Cake Print, Impressed Watkins and Conger, New YOrk City, 19th Century, watkins signature detail



Wooden Foot Stove, Foot Warmer, Carved, Pierced and Painted, Sheet Iron Ember Pan
Unknown Maker
18th Century
"1776" on soft gray over original surface suggesting a Centennial retro



(H: 6.5", W: 9", D: 7.5")

$2,345

295-74









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

1120-55


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



American Ash Burl Handled Dipper, Bowl, Good Patina, Circa 1800


Antique American Ash Burl Handled Dipper/Bowl, Circa 1800, angle view

(Excellent condition; L: 14"; bowl diameter: 4")

$1,525

1120-47


Antique American Ash Burl Handled Dipper/Bowl, Circa 1800, entire view
Antique American Ash Burl Handled Dipper/Bowl, Circa 1800, underside view



Mortar and Pestle, Robust Turning, Hand Forged Iron Straps, Original Surface
New England
18th Century
Maple



(Mortar: H: 8.75"; diameter: 7.5"; Pestle L: 11")

$975

570-372







Treen Scoop, Strainer, Sieve, Pierced and Shaped Handle with Iron Repair
American, Circa 1800 to 1820, Butternut (White Walnut)



(Wear consistent with age, great make-do iron repair. L: 15.5")

$935

424-195




Turned Burl Lidded Tobacco Container, Great Form
Probably Scandinavian
Circa 1840
Birch Burl



(H: 5.25"; diameter: 4.25")

$825

605-93







Treen Rundlet, Swiggler, Paint Decorated
Anonymous, Late 19th Century


Antique Paint Decorated Treen Rundlet, Late 19th Century

(Good condition; H: 4”)

$575

1142-6




Butter Worker, Scoop, Dog Head Effigy Handle, Beautifully Grained Walnut
Anonymous, 18th or Early 19th Century


Antique Butter Worker/Scoop with Dog Head Effigy Handle, Early 19th Century, angle view

(Very good condition; 6.75 by 4 by 2.5”)

$495

424-277


Antique Butter Worker/Scoop with Dog Head Effigy Handle, Early 19th Century, entire view
Antique Butter Worker/Scoop with Dog Head Effigy Handle, Early 19th Century, rear angle view



Early American Treen Plate, Wooden Dish, Maple
New England, 18th or Early 19th Century


Antique Early American Treen Plate, New England, 18th Century, entire view

(Out-of-round: Diameter: 7")

$485

1120-53


Antique Early American Treen Plate, New England, 18th Century, rear view



Treen Rundlet, Canteen, Rum Keg, Cask, Original Surface
New England, 18th or Early 19th Century
Incised initials on end discs


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

(Very good condition; H: 4.75”)

$395

879-72




Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




A Fine Turned Ash Burl Bowl, Thin-Walled, Footed, Flat lip Rim
America, 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Footed Ash Burl Bowl with Turned Collar Rim and Foot, America, Circa 1780 to 1820, angle view

(H: 4”, diameter: 8”)

1136-5 - SOLD




19th Century Firkin, Original Red Paint, Tack and Peg and Clinched Nail Construction
New England
Wonderful color and patina, handle on turned buttons - SOLD


Antique Firkin in Original Paint with Tack and Peg Construction, 19th Century, angle view 1

(H: 9”)

1106-19 - SOLD




Turned Burl Bowl, Ash, Beehive Turnings American, Lipped and Footed
America, Circa 1800 to 1820 - SOLD


Antique Turned Ash Burl Bowl with Beehive Turnings, Circa 1800 to 1820, side view

No Cracks, five neat and small wood patches, likely had two pieces of tin-plate make-do repairs; now removed. (H: 6.25”, diameter: 17.25”)

659-97 - SOLD




Antique Treen Bowl, Lidded and Footed, Red and Black
Anonymous, 19th Century
Appears to have contained sugar for a very long time - SOLD


Antique Treen Lidded and Footed Bowl in Red and Black Paint, 19th Century, entire view

(4.5 by 3.75”)

1139-1 - SOLD




Antique Birds Eye Maple Cutting Board, Molded Edge, Nice Patina
Found long ago in New Hampshire, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Birds Eye Maple Cutting Board, 19th Century, entire view

(Looks like a mouse find a small section of edge to be quite tasty; nothing recent, great old color; 9.75 by 10")

201-415 - SOLD




Treen Two Handle Cup, Original Red, Carved in the Round, Ash
American, Likely Circa 1800ish
A wonderful and unique piece of woodenware, one piece including feet - SOLD



(Fine original condition; quarter inch rectangular fissure at rim tacked a hundred years ago with tiny nail; doesn't distract or compromise in any way; H: 3.5", W: 9", D: 5.25")

424-247 - SOLD




Butter Churn, Treen, Turned and Carved in the Round, Original Dasher
A rare country churn carved from the solid in bittersweet paint - SOLD



(Missing three bands, else fine; overall H: 36")

167-31 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Oval, Footed, Inset Handles Carved, Dry Patina, Good Color, Ash
New England, 18th Century
Wonderful form, beautifully rendered concave handholds - SOLD



(Very good condition, one small shallow area of very old wood putty and a very small well-worn area of wood loss at rim as seen; neither distracts or compromises this splendid bowl. 17 5/8 by 13.5 by 4.25")

1091-7 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Outstanding Bold Turning, Impressive Size, Dry Surface
Northeastern, Circa 1780 to 1800
Ash, undisturbed surface - SOLD



(Fine condition; H: 7.5", diameter: 18.5")

1091-3 - SOLD




Chippendale Tray, Coaster, Silver Form Waiter, Carved From Single Board
Mahogany, Circa 1780
Fine and rare pie crust tray retaining original surface - SOLD



(Very minor light surface scratches as shown, else fine and original; diameter: 10")

424-198 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Handled, Extremely Rare, Outstanding and Beautiful, Ash
Probably New England, closely related bowls also originated in New York State
Circa 1800 - SOLD



This example represents a small group of similar pieces; its arched handle with scalloped terminus resembling a turtles head is molded on outside edges; handle and bowl are one; made from the same piece of wood with no seam. The rim is beveled with the base being concave with flat bottom. The piece remains in excellent condition with a tight closed fissure in bottom probably due to use; repeated heating of liquid by tossing hot stones into the bowl. (H: 7"; L: 20.5"; bowl diameter: 12.25")

424-193 - SOLD




Tankard, Carved Wood Lidded Tankard, Treen, Original Blue Paint
18/19th Century
Handle pierced and carved for fingers and thumb, great surface - SOLD



(H: 6.25")

1002-179 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Fine and Rare Thin Walled Small China Bowl Form, Lipped
New England, Circa 1800ish'
Undisturbed surface, a beauty - SOLD



(Excellent other than a chip to lip; H: 2.25", diameter: 6.25")

216-499 - SOLD




Bowl, Burl, Ash, Original Surface, Eastern Central Woodlands
Circa 1800
Thin walled, footed, very good color and patina, out of round - SOLD



(There are a few surface grain-checks within interior that were long ago filled; much of the fill long gone. These expected minor imperfections do not compromise the aesthetic or the integrity in any way; diameter: 15")

314-52 - SOLD




Pounce Pot Ink Sanders, Lot of Three, Deep Saucer, Star Pierced, Very Sculptural
Probably England
Circa 1780
Fruitwood, rare star pattern - SOLD



(Fine condition, good color and patina; H: 4"; 3"; 2.25")

184-37 - SOLD




Ladle, Wooden Dipper, Square Handle to Round Stem, Notch Carved
New England
19th Century
Maple (L: 15")
The handle transitions to a tapered drop integral to splendid bowl - SOLD



336-134 - SOLD




Turned Treenware Bowl, Shallow, Original Thinning Oyster White, Incised Turning
New England
Circa 1800
A beautifully turned and proportioned example, great patina, no cracks or breaks - SOLD



(H: 4.25"; W: 14.5 by 14")

545-46 - SOLD




Maple Burl Ladle, Refined Beautifully Shaped, Hoof Terminal
Northeastern Woodland Indians
Circa 1840
Ash
The cut his stock on a tangential angle so that the tigering pops! - SOLD



(H: 10.25"; W: 6.5")

605-91 - SOLD




Ash Burl Ladle, Dipper, Round Bottom, Rare, No Cracks
New England, Circa 1800 - SOLD



(L: 19"; bowl diameter: 7.25")

314-45 - SOLD




Large Bronze Mortar
By Peter van du Ghein I
Dated 1557
Mechelen, Belgium - SOLD



Extremely rare signed and dated mortar; wooden stand is old and possibly original. The pestle is a late replacement (most pestles are missing).
(Height: 8-inches.)

660-1 - SOLD




Lignum Vitae Footed Compote with Lid, Sweetmeat Box, Turned
Charles II
England
A tour de force of 17th century lignum vitae treen ware - SOLD



An extremely rare form, brilliantly turned and in fine condition
(H: 8", base diameter: 8 1/3")

843-111 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Single Pierced Handle, Sloping Sides
Probably Native American
Eighteenth Century
Maple - SOLD



A large oval example with single shouldered end having pierced handle; bowl shows evidence of extensive use; a make-do patch of lead fills a small area that was worn-through.
Dimensions: 8" H, 16.5" W, 18.5" D.

424-104 - SOLD




Individual-Size Trencher
New England Treen Plate
Chestnut
18th Century
Out of round; good patina - SOLD



Dimensions: 7.75 by 7.25-inches.

201-324 - 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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