Scroll down this page for similar Items or
Use Drop Menus Above for Total Site Access
Looking for more categories from the Main House Gallery?
Hover over "Main House" above for more categories or Previous and Next.
Pewter Whale Oil Lamp, Double Burner
Folk Art Portrait, Child in White Dress Seated in
Landscape with Waterfalls
Unidentified, circa 1830-1840’s
Oil on panel within its period painted frame, traces of gilt [gilt likely later]
(Extremely minor restoration…a few small spots of in-paint limited to background,
otherwise the painting is fine and original.
Frame: 31 by 36”, sight-size: 22.5 by 27.5”)
Compass Artist Dome Lid Box, Original Condition, Blue Ground
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Circa 1800
Pine and poplar, sheet tin hasp and hardware
Pinwheel design featuring an unusual tulip on stem composition against a vibrant blue background.
(Punched tin hasp missing bottom-half which we are able to have restored, else fine and original;
Height: 5.5”; width: 9.5”; depth: 5.5”)
Family Record, Schoolgirl Watercolor, Family Tree
within Landscape Clement family record
John Clement married Hanna Pierce March 1805
Their eight children represented within the fruitful tree
The work remains bright; excellent condition including the possibly original enameled and gilt frame. (Dimensions: 21 by 19.25”, view: 18 by 16.75”)
Child’s Bow-Back Windsor Highchair
Iron Hand Wrought Fat Lamp of an Unusual Massive Size
Great twisted hanging spike.
Overall length is 22”, pan- 6.5” x 4.5”
Tin Camphene Lamp with Double Burner.
Tin camphene lamp with double burner.
Carved and Painted Finch on Branch, PA, c 1890’s
Painted Set of Table-Top Drawers, 3 over 1.
Gilt decorated heart on bottom drawer, 6.5” x 14.5” 6.5”
Painted Black Bellied Plover on Stand
Original paint and bill
Red Beehive turned bowl in original red surface. - SOLD
Great patina, c 1780-1820
Thin walled, lipped and footed displaying strong tooling. No cracks.
11.75” x 11.5” x 4.25”
Dolly Dawes, Windsor, Berkshire County MA. Sampler
Vibrant New England sampler worked by Dolly Dawes in 1819. Dolly was born in July 1806 in
Windsor, east of the NY border.
The sampler features navy blue highlights, a fully formed basket with folky birds in the background
and green surrounding done in queen stitch.
A deep navy sawtooth border on all four sides frames the piece. It is silk on linen in excellent
condition, in a period figured maple frame. Professionally conserved.
“The soften’d heart the soul refin’d Superior happiness”
Woven Splint Feather Basket
with lid and double handles, apple green.
Great condition, original paint
(21 inches by 14 inches)
Oak Splint Basket,
Original Blue, Red Handle
Minor imperfections to one corner
(14 inches by 21 inches to top of handle)
Double Sided Gameboard
Bright and vibrant (22.75 inches by 22.75 inches)
Landscape Painting, Mountain and Castle
By Thomas Chambers
New York, Circa 1833 to 1860
Rythmic shapes, strong contours and bold colors. Tiny puncture at the lower right was expertly restored. Gilt frame is period but not original.
Dimensions: 27 by 21” frame, 23 by 17” sight-size.
Tin Candlemold, Twelve Tubes, Crimped Top and Bottom with Folded Handle
Very good condition.
Dimensions: 10.5” H.
Grain Painted Pipe Stand with Drawer
Pegged and dovetailed construction. Complete with brass pipe tamper that hangs from a redware knob on dovetailed drawer.
Dimensions: 21 by 15"
Bennington Book Flask
Dimensions: 5.5" H, 4.25" W, by 2 1/3" D.
Antique Associates at West Townsend offers limited Room and Case Dealer space at favorable rates for dealers and dealer-collectors to exhibit high quality antiques, art and antique arms. Learn About Our Dealer Space online, or give Lynn Hillier, our Main House Manager, a call with any questions or interests. Many long time dealers and collectors are giving up the day to day shop routine, and letting AAAWT's Main House Staff do the work for them.
If consigning is more your taste, David Hillier, AAAWT's Founder and Broker, can help you with Consignment Terms and No-Risk Brokerage Programs information. 80% of our 5000+ offering are consigned to us by dealers, collectors, and estates, who are tired of absorbing the risk and financial burdens of the auction venue. Let David Hillier DRH@AAAWT.COM walk you through our full service process.
10 Days Before the Masses...AAAWT Advance Notice Email Program
We offer a 10 Day Early Preview to All AAAWT major Web Site Updates
including Bulk Item Adds,
Special Offerings, MAD , Man-at-Artms, and BEE Ads, plus the earliest possible pre-announcments for
Major Gallery Updates, Mass Price Reductions, Special Interest Sales. Choose from "Arms Only",
"Art and Antiques Only" or 'All Updates" Just one or two emails per month with a no-hassle Opt-Out
option with every email. When you sign up here, you will be redirected to the apprpriate Advance Email
Sign-up Confirmation Page, confirming that your entry was successful, and placing you to do some shopping! Welcome to our Advance Notice Email Program !