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Antique Apple Shape Cutting Board, Birdseye Maple, Impressed “GEB”
Anonymous, 19th Century
Wonderful shape, handle terminus shaped like a turtle head - SOLD


Antique Apple Shape Cutting Board, Birdseye Maple, Impressed “GEB”
Anonymous, 19th Century
Wonderful shape, handle terminus shaped like a turtle head, entire view 1

(15.25 x 19 x .75")

SOLD

1256-56




Antique Apple Peeler, Folk Art, Violin Form, Best Natural Patina, Early
New England, 19th Century
Maple, birch and pine - SOLD


Antique Apple Peeler, Folk Art, Violin Form, Best Natural Patina, Early
New England, 19th Century
Maple, birch and pine, entire view 1

The violin shape base is laminated, two pieces of pine joined by many tiny wood pegs and two nails. The
tines were handwrought…wonderful surface.
(Height: 5"; length: 13"; width: 7")

SOLD

745-149




Carved Wood Grain or Apple Butter Scoop in Bittersweet Paint, Hook Handle
Nearly identical scoops have been attributed to Shaker communities…
Date/Period: 19th Century - SOLD


Carved Wood Grain or Apple Butter Scoop in Bittersweet Paint, Hook Handle Nearly identical scoops have been attributed to Shaker communities…, entire view 1

Measurement: Length: 13"

Material: Maple

Condition: Excellent

SOLD

862-22




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


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”)

SOLD

1120-56




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


Noodle Board, Original Blue Paint
Early 19th Century, entire view

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




Enterprise Coffee Mill, Original Red & Blue Paint & Decoration, Eagle Finial, 27”
Philadelphia, Late 19th Century - SOLD


Enterprise Coffee Mill

As depicted, a two-wheel No, 9 coffee mill remaining in original paint; wonderful eagle on shield festooned with leafy decoration, centered by ribbon recording manufacturer’s name and address. Dimensions: 27.5” high, 24” wide, 19.25” deep.

339-19 - SOLD




Antique Cow Horn Beaker, Drinking Cup, Tumbler, 18th or Very Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Cow Horn Beaker/Dringing Cup, 18th Century, entire view

(H: 3.5”, diameter: 3”)

492-140 - SOLD




Tin, Heart Cheese Strainer
19th Century - SOLD


Antique Tin, Cheese Strainer, Heart Shaped, 19th Century, entire view

Dimensions: 13.75 by 14.25 by 2.5".

945-6 - SOLD





Acme Peanut Roasting Ovens with Trays, One with Base, Great End Tables
The Acme Peanut Roaster, Manufactured by Atsatt Brothers
Mattapoisett, Massachusetts
Patented April 2nd, 1895 - SOLD


Antique Peanut Roasing Ovens, Tin, 1895, side by side view 1
(24 by 17.5 by 17.75")
The example with base: 294-39 - SOLD
The example with no base: 294-40 - SOLD



Coffee Bin, Store Counter Tin, Bower and Bartlett's Coffee, Lithograph
Boston, Massachusetts
1875 to 1900
Blue Ribbon Coffee Counter Tin, Favorite Boston Coffees (Hinged lid) - SOLD


Coffee Bin, Store Counter Tin, Bower and Bartlett's Coffee, Lithograph
Boston, Massachusetts
1875 to 1900, entire view

Fine condition (Dimensions: 17.25" H, 19.25" W, 14.5" D.)

647-68 - SOLD




Antique Kitchen Rolling Pin, Turned Handled w/ Bowed Ends, Original Green Paint
Date/Period: 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Kitchen Rolling Pin, Turned Handled w/ Bowed Ends, Original Green Paint, entire view

Measurement: Length: 14"

Material: Hardwood, possibly butternut

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: Fairly small, well out-of-round, nicely turned ends featuring upswept
shoulder continuing to flaring handles having domed ends. Great surface.

SOLD

431-122





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