994 Main Street South 
Woodbury, CT 06798


A M E R I C A N  A N T I Q U E S
994 Main Street South 
Woodbury, CT 06798

Email: gail.lettick@gmail.com

 phone: 203.263.8555   

.UNDER $500
Beautiful, artful objects
18th Century American needlework fragment from a gentleman's wedding jacket. Attached to the back is a note written by a family descendant, which reads " Miss Grover's 
Great Grandmother Hand work 150 years old or more. This cloth
 is a piece of  Ebinizer Stilury's wedding coat made by his wife Florence Tibbite."  $310 

18th Century Chippendale , mahogany dressing or shaving mirror having its original framed mirror glass, backed with an arm that fits into carved grooves, allowing changes to the angle for viewing. The mirror can be raised or lowered on the turned standard. American or English. This makes a lovely and interesting addition to any bedroom. or dressing room. $495
An early 19th C. hand wrought iron, portable pot lifter or carrier. For open hearth cooking, this is a nice addition to one's supply of 
hearth implements, 19" h.
$78 sale price: $55
Circa 1848-88 cobalt on stoneware, 4 gallon batter jug 
with original tin lid. 'ROBERTS. BINGHAMTON, NY' is stamped on the upper back. The bail handle is removable.
The jug measures 9" to the top of the lid. $350.
1876  commerative textile of George Washington                                                                     
within a medallion, flanking a shield of Justice and
Peace. Centennial printing from the American 
Printing Company, Fall River, MA. See American 
Antiques, page 330, Helen Comstock for another
example. Frame 14" by 10 1/4"  $295
Pair of circa 1840-76 woman's drawers. This undergarment was loose and made of two leg sections, held together at the waist. Nice on a
bed, chair or old door. $58 free shipping. 
sale price: $35
A sweet, clean and early 19th Century, woven wool blanket 
having only a few very minor imperfections. Looks neat at 
the foot of a bed. This blanket 
is 84" long by 83" wide. $195
Early 19th C. bread board in old blue grey over original green paint, breadboard ends fastened with square nails. ON HOLD
Early 19th C. iron 
and wood chopper
 with heart cutout. 
$485 free shipping.
19th C. American tin and glass lantern   
with oversized ring at the top for carrying or hanging, from top ring the lantern stands 15 1/2" tall and is 53/4" wide. $295   

An appealing 19th Century American rolled iron hanging sconce with crimped tombstone form top and clinched candle cup. The worn, original surface patina is a pleasure to view. This sconce is elegant in its pure simplicity. It is 10" high , 4" wide. $235
Early 18th Century wrought  iron rush and candle holder having an extra nice central 'turning' on the shaft. It stands 10 1/2" h. $495
19th Century sewing pin cushion with paint decoration and original mirror glass for needle threading. Clamps onto any table. SOLD
Late 19th C., extraordinary story hooked rug. Top panel depicts a farm scene, middle panel is the home interior with a lady at her yarn winder and bottom panel perhaps the scene with Pocahontas. SOLD
A charming 19th Century whimsy of a hearth broom having a chain with two rotating centers, all carved from one piece of wood. 13 3/4" l. extended.  A nice addition for a hearth broom collection. SOLD
A very unique late 19th Century table rug 
creatively executed with various colored fabrics made into rose shapes and sewn on- to 19th C. brown cloth. Perfect for a folk art collection, hanging graphically or on a table under a center piece. 40" l. x 23" w.
17th Century European needlework with sequins, gold and silk thread, possibly an ecclesiastical fragment, that may have been  part of  a vestment or an alter covering. The female figure is possibly the 14th Century, Saint Catherine of Siena, who believed she had received the stigmata without any physical evidence. Typically, she carries the lily in her hand and a shield over her heart. Catherine worked to return the Papacy to Rome from France and establish peace among the Italian city-states.. She, along with St. Francis was the patron saint of Italy. The later 19th Century frame was likely made to fit the shape. $475

18th Century, Connecticut slatback armchair of cherry wood, with mushroom hand holds above turned front posts. $485 
Late 18th or early 19th C. butter churn in all original condition, including its original robin's egg 
blue paint. Likely Maine origin.
Circa 1820-40 silk taffeta lady's jacket with vertical stripes and repeating flower motif in  
good condition. $285 free shipping.
19th Century Amerrican foot stool in old worn paint,
a solid primitive. $125
A special, unique 19th Century bellows
with an unusually long handle and all original paint and paint decoration. 
Provenance: private collection of Robert Avery Smith, early Americana dealer from Rockingham, VT. 24" long. SOLD

18th Century treen mortar with early iron pestle in the best patina and beautiful wear., 5 3/4" high. $275
Fine 18th C. hand wrought iron and white smithed sugar nippers together with a sugar 
cone. Provenance: the late, Americana dealer Helen Marler. SOLD
18th C. Dutch Delft baluster form miniatures, each 
2 3/4" high, all three with the same floral and bird motif . Provenance: Ruth Troiani, Farmington, CT with her old price tag on their bases. SOLD

A pair of 19th Century mittens, probably 
Pennsylvania, in excellent condition. SOLD

Early 19th Century New England foot stool having its original green paint, edged in gold color paint. There had  once been a covering over the top, indicated by the square nail holes. $385.
Large 19th C. American chestnut bottle in greenish amber 
blown glass. The bottle is 10 1/2" h., about 6 1/2" w. SOLD