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Antique Treenware, Covered Container,
Urn Finial, Wire Bale Handle
Ohio Peaseware, circa 1870
Maple - SOLD


Antique Treenware, Covered Container, Urn Finial, Wire Bale Handle
Ohio Peaseware, circa 1870
Maple, entire view 1

A 6” Sugar bowl or lidded jar, footed covered container

SOLD

1221-38




Antique Treenware, Large Covered Pease Jar, Squat Form, Good Patina, 8-Inch
Ohio Peaseware, circa 1870
Maple - SOLD


Antique Treenware, Large Covered Pease Jar, Squat Form, Good Patina, 8-Inch
Ohio Peaseware, circa 1870
Maple, angle view

There is a natural shake in the lid and a conforming shake in the bottom; of course, the ubiquitous short
and tight hairline/fissure to rim.

1221-37 - SOLD




Antique Treen Container, Footed, Lidded, Original Surface
Anonymous, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Footed and Lidded Treen Contianer, 19th Century, entire view

(H: 9”)

171-115 - SOLD




Antique Mortar and Pestle, Blue/Green Paint
American, Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Mortar and Pestle with Blue/Green Paint, Early 19th Century, entire view 1

(Mortar: 7.25” H, 5.25” base diameter; pestle: 10.5” L)

879-100 - SOLD




Treen Rundlet, Canteen, Rum Keg, Cask, Original Surface
New England, 18th or Early 19th Century
Very early working period glazing putty within rims - SOLD


Antique Treen Rundlet/Canteen in Original Surface, New England, 18th or Early 19th Century, entire view

(Very good condition, out-of-round; 2.75 by 3.5 by 3.25”)

879-73 - SOLD




Pantry Box, Carved Scoop
Sold separately


Pantry Box, Carved Scoop, entire view

Oval Pantry Box, Opposing Tapered Fingers
Goshen, Connecticut
Late 18th or Early 19th Century
Maple and pine
- SOLD
A nice box of peg and clinched tack construction having "granny" note dated June 1864 stating that the box was made by Miles Norton who was born in 1740.
(6 by 4.75 by 2 5/8")
883-10

Scoop, Carved, Red - SOLD
Nicely carved with open handle; scratch carved on base:
From D. Day e. 80
To Mrs. Brogam
No. 246, 1879, NY
(L: 11")
883-8




Treen Rundlet, Rum Keg, Cask, Original Red Painted Surface, 5 5/8”
New England, 18th or Early 19th Century
Hollowed and sealed, spirit keg - SOLD


Antique Treen Rundlet/Rum Cask, Original Red Surface, New England, 18th Century, angle view

SOLD

1187-12




Curly Maple Pestle, Magnificently Turned
Displays a great handle terminus patina. - SOLD


Mortar and Pestle, Antique
The New England mortar…dating to the 18th century

The pestle was likely made in the 1840s. (Length: 10")

SOLD

1257-3




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

1120-55




Conger Cookie Roller, Mold, Funeral Token
Shortbread Cookie/Biscuit Roller
New York City, Impressed: J. Conger - SOLD
Date/Period: Circa 1835


Conger Cookie Roller, Mold, Funeral Token Shortbread Cookie/Biscuit Roller New York City, Impressed: J. Conger, entire view

Measurement: Length: 12"

Material: Walnut and maple

Condition: Very good, small rim chip

Additional Information: Floral and chip carved, rare large bird.
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)

SOLD

231-47




Rare Treen Peel, Oven Paddle, Great Color and Surface
Date/Period: 1780-1840 - SOLD


Rare Treen Peel, Oven Paddle, Great Color and Surface, entire view

Measurement: Length: 47.75"; width: 11.5"

Material: Maple with some figure

Condition: Excellent, good color and patina

Additional Information: Carved handle grip tapering to arched and flaring handle with
canted edges continuing wedge shape paddle featuring quarter round decorative
devices centering handle. The best wooden peel we have encountered, art and utility
combined.

SOLD

859-38




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




Bootjack in Curly Maple, Scalloped & Tapering Profile, Maker Signed, Pierced
Impressed: HP BRAWN, Length: 11.25" - SOLD


Bootjack in Curly Maple, Scalloped & Tapering Profile, Maker Signed, Pierced

What more can we say…Unique, Original Surface, an Undulating Feast of Motion

SOLD

1257-1




Treen Rundlet, Canteen, Rum Keg, Cask, Original Surface
New England, 18th or Early 19th Century
Incised initials on end discs - SOLD


Antique Treen Rundlet/Rum Keg in Original Surface, New England, 18th or Early 19th Century, entire view

(Very good condition; H: 4.75”)

SOLD

879-72



Rare, Turned 18th Century Muddler, Swizzle, Toddy Stick
Beautifully turned, ready to swizzle a toddy drink, 5” - SOLD


Antique Turned 18th Century Muddler/Toddy Stick, angle view

1177-4 - SOLD




Rare Lignum Vitae Covered Snuff Tobacco Container in Great Surface
Likely Dutch or English, Circa 1780 to 1820 - SOLD


Antique Lignum Vitae Covered Snuff Container in Great Surface, Circa 1780, entire view

Unusual piece of treen used in a tobacco shop; the finial would be removed from the jar to sample a small amount of snuff which was poured on a tray. The cover (center section) opens just above the shoulder to access content. For a closely related example see The Illustrated History of Antiques, edited by Huon Mallalieu, page 258.
(H: 14.25")

424-293 - SOLD




Pounce Pot Ink Sanders, Lot of Three, Deep Saucer, Star Pierced, Very Sculptural
Probably England
Circa 1780
Fruitwood, rare star pattern - SOLD


Pounce Pot Ink Sanders, Lot of Three, Deep Saucer, Star Pierced, Very Sculptural
Probably England
Circa 1780, entire view

(Fine condition, good color and patina; H: 4"; 3"; 2.25")

184-37 - SOLD





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