Early 19th Century blown flip glasses with ribbed bodies, engraved rims. and slightly spreading sides. pontil marks on the bottom of each glass. The shorter tumblers: 4 1/2" high and 4 3/4" high. The taller tumblers: 5 1/2" high and 6" high.
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PANTRY & HEARTH at THE 1775 BARN
18th Century, pine bible box having the scratch decoration pattern consistent with work from Hampton Falls, New Hampshire. the surface retains its worn, old used patina. Provenance: ex-collection Henry F. DuPont.
Late 18th or early 19th Century New England, two tiered pipe box with drawer and a whimsical repetitive use of decorative hearts and diamonds. The large heart at the top is an old replacement.
19th Century carved, wooden mannequin constructed with square nails. The face, hands and feet are well defined and all the body parts move in every direction, easily and smoothly.
Early 19th Century Shaker keeler with two lapped sides and large handles, all in original surface.
19th Century wall hanging, woven Indian basket in excellent condition and original surface.
Circa 1830 wallpaper hat box with unusual marine motif in good condition, 11 3/4" h, 17 1/2" w., 12 3/4" d.
Late 17th/early 18th Century English posset pot; either Bristol or London. This glazed delft posset pot, has a round body on a flattened base, which is flanked by two strap handles decorated with blue and off white dashes and the clinging spout daubed with blue dashes and spots. The body is decorated with floral motifs and the neck border has stylized flowers and vines. No lid. 5 1/2" high.
18th Century courting mirror in its original case. This New England version of a stylish Continental courting mirror was likely made for a family, that could not afford such an imported finery. This all original, country example is made of pine and paint decorated to simulate the European decorated glass. The frame of the case is adorned with a double arch molding and the case is constructed with rosehead nails throughout. The outer case measures 16 1/4" high by 11 1/2" wide.
19th Century New England wallpapered wooden document or bible box with iron bail handles on both sides. This charming, somewhat worn blue and white wallpaper has a central flower basket design flanked by stylized leaves and stems, 9 1/2'' high, 20 1/4" long, 12 1/2'' deep,
18th Century Georgian, carved and gilded looking glass having it's original silvered mirror glass and a broken arch crest with a raised ,central stylized urn motif, 46'' high by 21 3/4'' wide.
This charming late 18th or early 19th Century pine, hand carved scrub board was initialed 'A C' at the top, probably New England. It measures 15'' high by 7'' wide.
Set of five, early 19th C.. pantry boxes with square nail construction in original robbin's egg blue paint. From top to bottom, the diameter of each box is as follows: 6 1/2 '', 7 3/8 '', 8 1/4 '', 9 1/2 '', 10 1/2 ''. The height of all five boxes stached measures 21 3/4 '' high.
Early 19th Century English creamware sugar bowl with original cover, stamped WEDGEWOOD on the bottom, 5 1/4'' high.
Circa 1850-60 wax head doll with painted wood arms, legs and feet, inset glass eyes and hand made clothing, including slips and pantaloons. Her patriotic hat is also made of wax. As far back as the 17th and 18th Centuries, wax dolls were popular for children. She measures 19 1/2" standing from hat to feet.
A collection of four 19th Century hand made mittens and one pair of early 20th Century, all in very good condition. Assembled over a decade by a collector, an author of children's books.