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