994 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798
A M E R I C A N A N T I Q U E S
19th C. charming chopper
in the form of a horse with the handle doublimg as its
tail, greatt patina. SOLD
This 19th Century document box in original red paint is folky decorated in black paint, having the name of WILLIAM REINHEIMER on the domed top, along with his portrait, a tree and a rooster. 10" h. x 15" w.
x 10" d. SOLD
18th Century American
in all original and excellent
condition, which is amazing
for its age. SOLD
Early 18th C., white Dutch Delft desk set with sander and ink pot. Pure white Delft is more rare than objects made in blue and white. Extra feathers likely sat across the front well, embellished with the cyma curve front.
Provenance: Belcher Ogden Museum deaccession, Elizabeth, NJ. SOLD
Circa 1720, Connecticut Shoreline two drawer chest with blanket well and double arch moldings. The chest retains its original ball feet and is in the original red paint. The chest measures 38" h, 36" w. and 18" d. Provenance: Robert Avery Smith, Rochingham, VT., purchased in 1958 by Louis Scranton, Killingworth, CT for his private collection. 39" h. x 36" w. x 18" d. SOLD
An 18th Century New York cupboard (likely Greene County) with one raised panel. The worn blue gray paint is over the original red paint. The two original upper shelves have gauged lines for plates. The HL hinges are 18th C., but are the second HL hinges, now covering the shadow from original set. 67" h. x 40" w. SOLD
Untouched, all original, early 19th C. New England pine, black over red, grain painted six board chest. Both original hinges have never been moved. Since the back of the chest also has the original paint, it could also be used
as a 'coffee table' in front of a sofa. 22 3/4" h. x 39"w. x 16 3/4" d.
Early 18th C. Hudson Valley, NY shoe foot hutch table in very early red paint. The 50" oval maple top rests on carved cleats, whose rhythm is echoed through-
out this rare and superb object. 27"h.
top: 50" l. x 35 1/4" d. SOLD
This 18th Century New England shoe foot hutch table in old red paint, boasts a hand hold usually only found on chairs. 28" h.
Top: 42" x 42 1/2"
A very good 18th C. New England, Queen Anne splay leg, tiger maple tavern table having an oval top, pad feet and excellent proportions. 26 1/2" h. Top: 35 1/4" x 25 3/4"
Early 19th C. Norwalk, CT
redware charger having slip
decoration of yellow and green
and initialed A B in script.
Likely made by the master calligrapher, Henry Chichester.
Charger is 13 1/4" in diameter.
Circa 1750, rare turquoise glazed Dutch Delft plate with scalloped edge and polychrome floral and leaf motif. 6 1/2" dia.
Wares with a turquoise background , inspired by French pottery are extremely rare in Delftware and mostly found in small
dishes such as this one. Please disregard the old price from deceased, prominent dealer Ruth Troiani. SOLD
Circa 1730 Dutch Delft polychrome plate with soldier or hunter on horseback. This rare small size plate is 6 1/2" dia.
Please disregard the old price from the deceased prominent dealer, Ruth Troiani. SOLD
A rare pair of 18th C. Rhode Island, upholstered braced bow back Windsor side chairs with pipe stem turned spindles in 19th C. black paint and gold striping on the turned legs. Seat height is 17". Note that although a pair, the medial stretchers are different. Provenance: private collection of Jerome Blum.
An 18th C. New England, Queen Anne candlestand
of maple with scrub top and remnants of red paint on the standard and legs. The scalloped top suggests a Connecticut River Valley origin. Provenance: from
a former dealer's personal collection. 27 1/2" high.
Top: 17" x 16 1/2" SOLD
Early 18th Century x-base candlestand of walnut and maple, probably New York. The cleat had been moved as the top probably became loose. The shadow from the original cleat placement is clearly visible on the bottom. 28 3/4" h.
18th or early 19th C. two candle lighting, ratchet stand with x-base. The candle cups are both iron, wood appears to be ash. Ratchets to 32" h. SOLD
An 18th Century, New England lady's pocket
made of simple homespun fabric and decorated
with tiny flowers in silk thread. Colonial pieces such as this, possess a natural charm that evokes
a special feeling of time and place. SOLD
Superb William Hogarth etching, published on
24 Feb. 1755, which was titled 'AN ELECTION ENTERTAINMENT'. The variety of strange folks
celebrating in various stages of drunkenness and
merriment makes for a fascinating piece of historical genre. Image: 21 1/4" x 16" SOLD