994 Main Street South 
Woodbury, CT 06798

Email: gail.lettick@gmail.com
 phone: 203.263.8555   

A M E R I C A N  A N T I Q U E S
American cobalt blue, blown open salt, 18th or early 19th Century, probably made by American Flint Glass Works, South Boston, MA., measuring 3" high.
18th C. American foot warmer, wood with wire handle and dovetail construction, early finishing nails secure the 
bottom with molded edge to the sides.
18th Century American needlework, wool on linen having an out of scale motif flora and fauna which was typical of the period. This was possibly part of a bed valance, now in a contemporary frame, measuring 7 3/4" h. by 40"l.
           18th or early 19th C. bed rug with a repetitive theorem pattern  and stylized floral boarder, initialed M.B.R. 
Early 19th Century New England trencher of hard pine
still retaining its original robin's egg blue paint. The
trencher is in excellent condition without any cracks or breaks. Measurements are 19 1/2" h.,13 3/4" w., 5 h.  
Early 19th C. portrait in oil on canvas of a gentleman. The painting has only its original canvas (no relining) and there is no in-painting. The frame is contemporary with the painting, however the frame is English and the 
painting is American. SOLD
Three 19th C. firkins in various shades 
of blue paint. All measurements do
not include their wood bail handles.

The smallest firkin is stamped on the 
top of the lid, "C WILDER & SON 
So. HINGHAM MASS". 10 1/4" h.,

Yhe middle size measures 12" hSOLD

Largest is 14 1/2" h.