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American Painted Tinware, Breadbasket,
Crystalized Interior, Filley Shop
Attributed to the Connecticut Filley Tin Shop,
Bloomfield, Connecticut, or the
Filley Shop of Philadelphia.
Circa 1818-1835 - SOLD


American Painted Tinware, Tole Bread Pan, Crystalized Interior

Gold Crystalline interior sides & bottom, yellow rope border displaying red dots and
tassels assigned to the Filley Shop tradition…
A nice example: painted tinware breadbasket with japanned exterior. Scattered losses
to crystallization; some thinning, else fine and bright.
(Dimensions: 3.75” H, 13.5” W, and 8” D).

SOLD

608-66




Painted Tin Lighthouse Form Coffee Pot, Tole, Filley Shop, Philadelphia
Domed Lid, Brass Finial, Crooked Spout, Scrolled Handle
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Circa 1825-1850
Group IV Ornamentation
Original condition, scattered thinning and losses to japanning - SOLD


Painted Tin Lighthouse Form Coffee Pot, Tole, Filley Shop, Philadelphia
Domed Lid, Brass Finial, Crooked Spout, Scrolled Handle
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Circa 1825-1850
Group IV Ornamentation
Original condition, scattered thinning and losses to japanning, entire view 1

See American Painted Tinware, Volume III by Gina Martin and Lois Tucker; page 69;
group IV – page 114. (Height:11”)

SOLD

1283-39




Tole Coffeepot, Painted Tin, Leaf and Floral Decoration on Red Ground, Original Paint, Gooseneck
Pennsylvania, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Tole Coffeepot with Leaf and Floral Decoration, 19th Century, angle view

(Vibrant paint, scatted losses else fine; H: 11”)

505-11 - SOLD




Tin Tray, Waiter, Original Paint and Smoke Decoration, Folksy Country Tole
American, 19th Century - SOLD


Smoke Decorated Tin Tray, 19th Century, entire view

(Very good original condition; 10 by 7.75")

201-402 - SOLD




American Painted Tin Dome Top Document Box, Tole, Possibly Maine
Filley Shop
Lansingburgh, New York
Second Quarter of 19th Century
Original condition, red band featuring stylized conch shells - SOLD


American Painted Tin Dome Top Document Box, Tole, Possibly Maine
Filley Shop
Lansingburgh, New York
Second Quarter of 19th Century, entire view

Typical wear mostly confined to bottom within band of green.
(H: 6.5"; W: 9.75"; D: 4.75")

314-49 - SOLD




American Painted Tin, Tole Coffee Pot, Lighthouse Form
Angled Spout, Round Reserves with Blossoms
Attributed to the Filley Shop
Philadelphia
Circa 1810 to 1820 - SOLD


American Painted Tin, Tole Coffee Pot, Lighthouse Form
Angled Spout, Round Reserves with Blossoms 
Attributed to the Filley Shop
Philadelphia
Circa 1810 to 1820, entire view

Paint-decorated, ornamented on the sides featuring two round reserves depicting red, blue [rare], yellow, and green blossoms on a black ground. (H: 9")

216-459 - SOLD




American Painted Tin Trunk, Tole Painted Box, Original Brass Handle, Excellent
Connecticut
Early 19th Century - SOLD


American Painted Tin Trunk, Tole Painted Box, Original Brass Handle, Excellent
Connecticut
Early 19th Century, entire view

(H: 6.5"; W: 9.5"; D: 6")

1006-4 - SOLD




Coffee Pot, American Painted Tin, Tole, Straight Spout, Painted Flowers
Pennsylvania
Circa 1825 - SOLD


Coffee Pot, American Painted Tin, Tole, Straight Spout, Painted Flowers
Pennsylvania
Circa 1825, entire view

A paint-decorated tin-ware hot chocolate/coffee pot (H: 8.5")

336-114 - SOLD




Tole, Painted Tin, Canisters, Trunks, Mug
Sold separately


Tole, Painted Tin, Canisters, Trunks, Mug, entire view

Top row, left to right:
Tea Canister, Painted Tin
American
19th Century
- SOLD
Dimensions: H: 4.25"
336-48

American Painted Tin Trunk
Upson Tin Shop
Marion (Southington) Connecticut
Early 19th Century
Unusual decoration on front panel
- SOLD
(H: 5.5"; W: 8.75"; D: 4.75")
336-50

American Painted Tin Covered Sugar Bowl
Anonymous, slightly domed lid
Early 19th Century
Well painted flowers in red, yellow and green
- SOLD
(H: 4.25")
336-47

Bottom row, left to right:
American Painted Tin Creamer
Probably Connecticut
Circa 1830
- SOLD
(H: 3.75")
336-63

American Painted Tin Flower Box Dredger
Probably Connecticut
Circa 1830
- SOLD
(H: 3")
336-64

American Painted Tin Trunk
Stevens Plains, Maine
Early 19th Century
- SOLD
Minor imperfections
(H: 4"; W: 7.75"; D: 3.75")
336-53

American Painted Tin Handled Mug
Ornamented with bird on leafy branch
Pennsylvania
Early 19th Century
- SOLD
(H: 4.25")
336-60

Tole Miniature Candlesticks, Mustard Yellow Paint
French
Circa 1830
- SOLD
Minor imperfections, wonderful!
(H: 4")
336-46




Toleware Box, Painted Tin Trunk, Paddle Tail Bird
Attributed to the North Family
Fly Creek, New York - SOLD


Toleware Box, Painted Tin Trunk, Paddle Tail Bird
Attributed to the North Family
Fly Creek, New York, entire view

Much of the asphaltum has thinned to the sheet iron.
(H: 5.5"; W: 9"; D: 4.75")

639-2 - SOLD




Painted Tinware Coffee Pot
Attributed to Edward Francis (Oliver Filley's Decorator)
From the shop of merchant...William Eno, Simsbury, Connecticut
Signed by known peddler...Erastus Holcomb
Circa 1819 - SOLD


Painted Tinware Coffee Pot
Attributed to Edward Francis (Oliver Filley's Decorator)
From the shop of merchant...William Eno, Simsbury, Connecticut
Signed by known peddler...Erastus Holcomb
Circa 1819, entire view

An early painted tinware lighthouse-form coffeepot having a gooseneck spout and applied "C"-scroll handle with wire reinforcement; hinged dome top with rolled sheet-iron finial. On the underside of base is inscribed-Erastus Holcomb 1819. The decoration on an asphaltum ground now heavily oxidized to black. As depicted, scattered losses to black ground with all else being very good. For reference see American Painted Tinware, Volume Four, by Gina Martin and Lois Tucker; Eno-pages 34-36 and 40; Holcomb, page 35. pages (Height: 10.5-inches.)

578-2 - SOLD




Red Tole Coffeepot, Gooseneck Spout, Lighthouse Form, Domed Lid
Attributed to the Harvey Filley Tin Shop (1818 to 1853)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - SOLD


Red Tole Coffeepot, Gooseneck Spout, Lighthouse Form, Domed Lid
Attributed to the Harvey Filley Tin Shop (1818 to 1853), entire view

This pot with scrolled handle retains its original decoration and red ground with minor losses mostly confined to base. See American Painted Tinware, Volume III, by Gina Martin and Lois Tucker, pages 69 to 113; see page 109 for Group III decoration. (H: 11"; base diameter: 6.5")

505-68 - SOLD





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