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Miniature Foot Stool, Cricket, Fine Painted Decoration
Against Black & Red Faux Graining
Probably Maine - SOLD
Date/Period: 19th Century, Likely 1830-1840


Miniature Foot Stool, Cricket, Fine Painted Decoration Against Black & Red Faux Graining Probably Maine, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 1.75"; width: 3.5"; depth: 2"

Material: Wood, polychrome

Condition: Fine original condition

Additional Information: Overhanging rectangular top, rails having canted ends joining
splayed legs with cutout feet. Rosewood grained ground with freehand paint of leaves,
vine & berry decoration.
Likely made for large doll house, great shelf piece.

SOLD

497-138




Small Blanket Chest, Mini, Initialed “IM”, Dated 1855, Original Paint, Lidded Till
Attributed to Christian C. Blough (1828 – 1899), Soap Hollow School, PA
Poplar - SOLD


Small Blanket Chest, Mini, Initialed “IM”, Dated 1855, Original Paint, Lidded Till
Attributed to Christian C. Blough (1828 – 1899), angle view

Slightly projecting lid with applied molding, dovetail joined case, molded base standing on turned feet. Oxidized bittersweet paint…moldings and feet painted black. The initials and date are done freehand in gold paint. Gold stenciled ornament centers the walnut inlaid lock escutcheon. Retains key, overall good condition, very minor paint imperfections as shown; no restoration.
(12 x 21.5 x 9")

928-80 - SOLD




Miniature Blanket Chest, Trinket Box, Old Green Paint, Great Surface
New England, Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Miniature Blanket Chest/Trinket Box in Old Green Paint, Early 19th Century, angle view

The thumb-molded lid suspended from original tinned sheet iron and wire hinges; case with applied base molding is raised on outstanding tall cutout base.
(Lid cleats long gone; 13 by 7 by 5.5”)

110-761 - SOLD





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