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Early American Treen Plate, Wooden Dish, Maple
New England, 18th or Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Early American Treen Plate, New England, 18th Century, entire view

(Out-of-round: Diameter: 7")

SOLD

1120-53




18th C. Burlwood Mortar, Traces of Red Paint, Rich Patina, Excellent Burl - SOLD


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

Finely turned example with traces of original red paint, in good proportion and fine condition
(height 7.5”, diameter 7”)

SOLD Mortar SOLD Pestle Still Available

1257-2




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




18th Century Treen Dish, Wooden Plate
New England, circa 1770-1800
Maple - SOLD


18th Century Treen Dish, Wooden Plate
New England, circa 1770-1800
Maple, entire view

No cracks, great color, gently sloping bouge, rim features incised concentric rings. The
back displays angulated rim centering gouge turned molding. Larger than standard.
(10" x 10.5")

SOLD

1335-11




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



Title: Antique, Small Burl Bowl, Pierced Handles, Almost Miniature
Date/Period: 1780-1840 - SOLD


Antique, Small Burl Bowl, Pierced Handles, Almost Miniature, entire view 1

Measurement:Width: 6.25” x 5”, height: 3.5”

Material: Ash burl

Condition: Fine

Additional Information: As depicted, a miniature version having pierced double
handles…rare small size.

SOLD

1072-83




Antique Treenware, Matched Set of Six Plates, Trenchers, Exceedingly Rare Set
American, circa 1770-1800 - SOLD


Antique Treenware, Matched Set of Six Plates, Trenchers, Exceedingly Rare Set
American, circa 1770-1800, entire view 1

An outstanding and rarely encountered matched set of six maple dishes displaying a talented dish
turner’s ability…the upswept canted and chamfered rims feature a pair of concentric incised rings;
dishes are footed and feature good color and patina. Each dish is out-of-round, NO cracks; each
approximately 8.75" x 8.5" x 1.25".

SOLD

1283-62




Antique Butter Churn, Tabletop, Treen, Two Piece & Dasher, Original Red
American, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Butter Churn, Tabletop, Treen, Two Piece & Dasher, Original Red
American, 19th Century, entire view 1

The outwardly flaring and dished top section facilitates the dasher and serves as funnel
for pouring cream; top and bottom turned from the solid and display slow speed tool (lathe) marks.
(Overall height: 20.25"; diameter: 4.5")

SOLD

1312-4




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




A Fine Turned Ash Burl Bowl, Thin-Walled, Footed, Flat lip Rim
America, 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Footed Ash Burl Bowl with Turned Collar Rim and Foot, America, Circa 1780 to 1820, angle view

(H: 4”, diameter: 8”)

1136-5 - SOLD




19th Century Firkin, Original Red Paint, Tack and Peg and Clinched Nail Construction
New England
Wonderful color and patina, handle on turned buttons - SOLD


Antique Firkin in Original Paint with Tack and Peg Construction, 19th Century, angle view 1

(H: 9”)

1106-19 - SOLD




Turned Burl Bowl, Ash, Beehive Turnings American, Lipped and Footed
America, Circa 1800 to 1820 - SOLD


Antique Turned Ash Burl Bowl with Beehive Turnings, Circa 1800 to 1820, side view

No Cracks, five neat and small wood patches, likely had two pieces of tin-plate make-do repairs; now removed. (H: 6.25”, diameter: 17.25”)

659-97 - SOLD




Antique Treen Bowl, Lidded and Footed, Red and Black
Anonymous, 19th Century
Appears to have contained sugar for a very long time - SOLD


Antique Treen Lidded and Footed Bowl in Red and Black Paint, 19th Century, entire view

(4.5 by 3.75”)

1139-1 - SOLD




Antique Birds Eye Maple Cutting Board, Molded Edge, Nice Patina
Found long ago in New Hampshire, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Birds Eye Maple Cutting Board, 19th Century, entire view

(Looks like a mouse find a small section of edge to be quite tasty; nothing recent, great old color; 9.75 by 10")

201-415 - SOLD




Treen Two Handle Cup, Original Red, Carved in the Round, Ash
American, Likely Circa 1800ish
A wonderful and unique piece of woodenware, one piece including feet - SOLD


Treen Two Handle Cup, Original Red, Carved in the Round, Ash
American, Likely Circa 1800ish, entire view

(Fine original condition; quarter inch rectangular fissure at rim tacked a hundred years ago with tiny nail; doesn't distract or compromise in any way; H: 3.5", W: 9", D: 5.25")

424-247 - SOLD




Butter Churn, Treen, Turned and Carved in the Round, Original Dasher
A rare country churn carved from the solid in bittersweet paint - SOLD


Butter Churn, Treen, Turned and Carved in the Round, Original Dasher, entire view

(Missing three bands, else fine; overall H: 36")

167-31 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Oval, Footed, Inset Handles Carved, Dry Patina, Good Color, Ash
New England, 18th Century
Wonderful form, beautifully rendered concave handholds - SOLD


Burl Bowl, Oval, Footed, Inset Handles Carved, Dry Patina, Good Color, Ash
New England, 18th Century, entire view

(Very good condition, one small shallow area of very old wood putty and a very small well-worn area of wood loss at rim as seen; neither distracts or compromises this splendid bowl. 17 5/8 by 13.5 by 4.25")

1091-7 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Outstanding Bold Turning, Impressive Size, Dry Surface
Northeastern, Circa 1780 to 1800
Ash, undisturbed surface - SOLD


Burl Bowl, Outstanding Bold Turning, Impressive Size, Dry Surface
Northeastern, Circa 1780 to 1800, entire view

(Fine condition; H: 7.5", diameter: 18.5")

1091-3 - SOLD




Chippendale Tray, Coaster, Silver Form Waiter, Carved From Single Board
Mahogany, Circa 1780
Fine and rare pie crust tray retaining original surface - SOLD


Chippendale Tray, Coaster, Silver Form Waiter, Carved From Single Board
Mahogany, Circa 1780, entire view

(Very minor light surface scratches as shown, else fine and original; diameter: 10")

424-198 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Handled, Extremely Rare, Outstanding and Beautiful, Ash
Probably New England, closely related bowls also originated in New York State
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Burl Bowl, Handled, Extremely Rare, Outstanding and Beautiful, Ash
Probably New England, closely related bowls also originated in New York State
Circa 1800, entire view

This example represents a small group of similar pieces; its arched handle with scalloped terminus resembling a turtles head is molded on outside edges; handle and bowl are one; made from the same piece of wood with no seam. The rim is beveled with the base being concave with flat bottom. The piece remains in excellent condition with a tight closed fissure in bottom probably due to use; repeated heating of liquid by tossing hot stones into the bowl. (H: 7"; L: 20.5"; bowl diameter: 12.25")

424-193 - SOLD




Tankard, Carved Wood Lidded Tankard, Treen, Original Blue Paint
18/19th Century
Handle pierced and carved for fingers and thumb, great surface - SOLD


Tankard, Carved Wood Lidded Tankard, Treen, Original Blue Paint
18/19th Century, entire view

(H: 6.25")

1002-179 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Fine and Rare Thin Walled Small China Bowl Form, Lipped
New England, Circa 1800ish'
Undisturbed surface, a beauty - SOLD


Burl Bowl, Fine and Rare Thin Walled Small China Bowl Form, Lipped
New England, Circa 1800ish', entire view

(Excellent other than a chip to lip; H: 2.25", diameter: 6.25")

216-499 - SOLD




Bowl, Burl, Ash, Original Surface, Eastern Central Woodlands
Circa 1800
Thin walled, footed, very good color and patina, out of round - SOLD


Bowl, Burl, Ash, Original Surface, Eastern Central Woodlands
Circa 1800, entire view

(There are a few surface grain-checks within interior that were long ago filled; much of the fill long gone. These expected minor imperfections do not compromise the aesthetic or the integrity in any way; diameter: 15")

314-52 - 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




Ladle, Wooden Dipper, Square Handle to Round Stem, Notch Carved
New England
19th Century
Maple (L: 15")
The handle transitions to a tapered drop integral to splendid bowl - SOLD


Ladle, Wooden Dipper, Square Handle to Round Stem, Notch Carved
New England
19th Century, entire view

336-134 - SOLD




Turned Treenware Bowl, Shallow, Original Thinning Oyster White, Incised Turning
New England
Circa 1800
A beautifully turned and proportioned example, great patina, no cracks or breaks - SOLD


Turned Treenware Bowl, Shallow, Original Thinning Oyster White, Incised Turning
New England
Circa 1800, entire view

(H: 4.25"; W: 14.5 by 14")

545-46 - SOLD




Maple Burl Ladle, Refined Beautifully Shaped, Hoof Terminal
Northeastern Woodland Indians
Circa 1840
Ash
The cut his stock on a tangential angle so that the tigering pops! - SOLD


Maple Burl Ladle, Refined Beautifully Shaped, Hoof Terminal
Northeastern Woodland Indians
Circa 1840, entire view

(H: 10.25"; W: 6.5")

605-91 - SOLD




Ash Burl Ladle, Dipper, Round Bottom, Rare, No Cracks
New England, Circa 1800 - SOLD


Ash Burl Ladle, Dipper, Round Bottom, Rare, No Cracks
New England, Circa 1800, entire view

(L: 19"; bowl diameter: 7.25")

314-45 - SOLD




Lignum Vitae Footed Compote with Lid, Sweetmeat Box, Turned
Charles II
England
A tour de force of 17th century lignum vitae treen ware - SOLD


Lignum Vitae Footed Compote with Lid, Sweetmeat Box, Turned
Charles II
England, entire view

An extremely rare form, brilliantly turned and in fine condition
(H: 8", base diameter: 8 1/3")

843-111 - SOLD




Burl Bowl, Single Pierced Handle, Sloping Sides
Probably Native American
Eighteenth Century
Maple - SOLD


Burl Bowl, Single Pierced Handle, Sloping Sides
Probably Native American
Eighteenth Century, entire view

A large oval example with single shouldered end having pierced handle; bowl shows evidence of extensive use; a make-do patch of lead fills a small area that was worn-through.
Dimensions: 8" H, 16.5" W, 18.5" D.

424-104 - SOLD




Individual-Size Trencher
New England Treen Plate
Chestnut
18th Century
Out of round; good patina - SOLD


Individual-Size Trencher
New England Treen Plate
Chestnut
18th Century, entire view

Dimensions: 7.75 by 7.25-inches.

201-324 - SOLD


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