994 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798
Circa 1792-1820 pewter basin, made by William Danforth, Middletown, CT, impressed with now worn stamp
in the center of the interior, 'WILLIAM' arched over an eagle with outspread wings and an American crest over
the breast against a background of stars, 'DANFORTH' curved below.
Late 18th Century Boston, MA crown handle, pewter porringer. The circular form with a boss bottom has a raised touch mark with a backward 'S G' (possibly Samuel Green). The rim diameter is 5 1/2". This is one of a pair and could be purchased together or singly. Both are in great condition. See 'Pocket Book of American Pewter' by Celia Jacobs, page 30, number 179 for a similar example of the maker's mark.
A M E R I C A N A N T I Q U E S
17th or early 18th Century standing splint and candle holder of wrought iron affixed to
a painted wood x-base. This highly decorative and charming lighting device has a heart motif 'finial', a ratchet standard and various
curlicues forming strong design elements. it stands 31 1/2" high.
18th Century American wooden trammel of chestnut,all original surface and condition, extending up to 50" long.