994 Main Street South
Woodbury, CT 06798
A M E R I C A N A N T I Q U E S
A rare early 18th C., New York bandy foot Queen Anne slant front desk in early red paint.
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An extraordinary, very early 18th Century pine cupboard from Newburyport, MA to Portsmouth, NH area,
in early 19th Century grey blue over original, now oxidized green paint. This rare surviver has its original
butterfly hinges, original lock within the large raised panel door, the oversized cornace with a big overhang
as well as the original red paint throught the entire interior. Other fine features are the curved upper shelves,
vertical molded corners and original floor board. The most pleasing proprtions of this cupboard, along with
its other attributes makes this one of the best and most desirable pieces from this period. This cupboard is
79" high, 36" wide and 17" deep. Provenance on request.
Early 19th C. diminutive 6 board chest with boot jack sides, measuring 26". The original paint history has aged into a wonderful patina.
On the front board of this chest is an original painting of a bird standing atop a paint drawn cornucopia giving this chest an added charm. The chest stands
15 1/2" high and 11 1/4" deep.
A late 18th Century New England comb-back Windsor arm chair having nine spindles in Victorian black paint with decorative gold striping in the usual places.
The seat height is 17" and the chair is very sturdy. The back is 43 1/2" h. SOLD
18th Century New England child's chair in original , worn ox blood paint. The turnings suggest a Connecticut Shoreline origin and the wear on the front of the legs and one of the finials reveals that it was used as a support for a young child's first walking steps, 26" high. Provenance: Howard and Priscilla Richmond
Antiques of Southbury, Connecticut.
A true pair of wedding band hog scrappers,
all original and completely intact and having
a wonderful patina. SOLD
A completely original 18th Century portrait of a gentleman. The frame
measures 33" by 28". SOLD
Late 18th Century diminutive, New York hutch table. This is a rare small size, which makes this functional for multiple purposes in a room. The top is 28" dia. and the table stands 27 1/2" h. SOLD
Early 19th Century trapezoidal 6 tier shelf in original sage green paint having to repairs or restoration and all square nail construction, 31" h., 15" w., 14" d. SOLD
Early 18th Century Wethersfield chest in original red paint with the traditional apron of Wethersfield, CT. One butt hinge has been added to support the lid where one cotter pin had pulled out of the case. The height is 24 1/2" .
The case measures 39 1/2" wide by 15" deep.
Early American double candle, table lighting device in all original condition having a wonderful, original patina. SOLD
A rare, hard to find 18th Century English Queen Anne plate warmer
of iron and tin with pull and lion's head side handles of brass. Plates were placed on the shelves in front of the fire place to warm them up before serving, 27" h., 13" w., 10" d.
17th Century, New England candle stand of oak having a base of burled ash. It stands 28 1/2" high. The top
is 20 1/2" in diameter.
Early 19th Century New England oval top candlestand in a wonderful, original blue paint and overall great patina.
The stand is 24" high. SOLD
Untouched and all original, late 17th Century New England splint holder with its x-base still with its original black paint. The original counter-weight is a rock supported by forged iron, just like the two forged iron supports on the standard. This very rare 17th Century lighting survivor is the perfect addition to any collection of early Americana. It stands 37 1/2" high. SOLD
Late 18th or early 19th Century standing racket double lighting device with holder for two candles. When extended to full height, it is 44 1/2" tall and can be lowered to 31" in height.
17th C. Dutch Delft scalloped, lobed dish in excellent condition having a blue on white Chinoiserie landscape motif,
8 " in diameter. SOLD
Rare 18th Century Dutch Delft tile depicting a blacksmith forging iron at his anvil.
Two 18th C. Dutch Delft tobacco jars in excellent condition, 9 3/4" h. without lids.