A sweet, clean and early 19th Century woven wool blanket 
having only a few very minor imperfections. This blanket is
84" long by 83" wide. 
18th Century Queen Anne parcel-gilt and mahogany looking glass with rare and original removable crest and having its first silvered mirror glass. It measures 28" high and 12 1/2" wide.
Circa 1730-40 Queen Anne looking glass     made of walnut and framed in a walnut veneer with refined pierced crest. The original chamfered mirror glass retains its first silvering. Although it is not apparent in the photo, one can see clearly the image in the mirror glass. It is
21" high  x 11" wide. 
Early 19th Century Massachusetts, ovoid stoneware jug, stamped 'CHARLESTOWN' decorated with three impressed hearts, indicating three gallon capacity. Likely made by Frederick Carpenter     from Charlestown, MA, It is in excellent condition and stands 18" high. SOLD
A rare pair of  circa 1730, Avon/Farmington, Connecticut area, banister back Heart and Crown side chairs having carved rosettes associated with Connectict furniture (similar to the Tudor rose). Unlike most Heart and Crown chairs with a cut-out heart, these chairs have a solid heart with cut out surround. For a like example, see 'The American Chair 1640-1970' page 52, by Robert Bishop. Provenance: the private collection of Lewis Scranton, Killingworth, CT. SOLD
A charming and all original 18th Century, American wig stand holding a good 19th Century gentleman's wig with the label inside of a Philadelphia wig maker; ANTHONY BOCH. Base is 18 1/4" by 18". SOLD
Circa 1825-48 American, folky forged iron Dragoon soldier, seated upon his horse on a decorative stand, over a painted wood and zinc base containing a bird house 37" h. This charming  piece of folk art was made during the American- Mexican conflict that terminated in the US / Mexican War. Provenance: the personal collection of William H. Guthman.
A large 18th Century Delft blue on white drug jar with beehive shaped brass cover. 
16 1/2" high with lid and
11 1/2" high without the lid.
18th Century American wooden trammel of chestnut,all original surface and condition, extending up to 50" long.
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. The frame is 14" high by 10 1/4" wide.
A fine 17th Century, English oak joined Great chair in original condition, having a carved central geometric design with foliate corners on the inset panal and carved volutes atop the crest. Its canted arms rest above ring and baluster turned legs. On the back of the crest rail are the initials MH. Seat height is 17", Chair 39"  high. SOLD
18th C. Rhode Island, QA tavern table having
great splay legs which terminate in dainty pad feet. Its original maple, scrubbed, oval top is chamfered at the bottom edge and  sits above a well defined scalloped apron. It stands 26 1/2" high. The top is 30'long and 24" deep. SOLD

Circa 1790 country Hepplewhite, Portsmouth, NH server or dressing table. This pinned, original top is scalloped on three sides and straight in the back, making it useful as a tea table in front of a sofa, a side table or a server. There is a good splay to the tapered legs. The red paint is all original, the top's blue paint is later. The height 
of the table is 28 1/2"  and the top measures 31" wide by 20" deep.
19th Century PA slaw board with a heart cut-out with-
in a heart shaped
top. It is 22" h. by 71/2" w. SOLD
Early 19th C. NE 
treen spill holder          
with remnants of
old worn paint.
I4 1/4" h. SOLD
19th Century hanging spill holder in likely original, worn Spanish brown paint, 10 1/2" h. x 6" w. SOLD
A very rare New York, low back Windsor settee, sometimes also called a love seat or courting chair, late 18th Century. The 
somewhat worn Spanish brown paint is early. The measurements are 26" high, 37" long, The seat
height is 15" and there is no loss to the feet.
Late 18th C. apothecary  
in original robin's egg blue paint over pine. All 
of the 36 drawers and the brass pulls are original. Each of  the drawers are dovetailed, front and back and the case has complete dovetail construction and square nails throughout.
It stands 32" high and is 
38" wide by 9 1/2" deep.
From a private collection of Americana, that now is fresh to the market after over 40 years. SOLD
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.
Very early,  finely turned 
treen bowl having its worn, original Spanish brown paint. The bowl is 13 1/2" in dia. and
is in exceptional condition.
One from a small group of circa 1745-60 Boston School pictorial embroidery, depicting a shepherd and sherpherdess with their sheep and dog. The silk needlework was made completely in tent stitch.The intensity of bright colors is remarkable for its age.
The needlework picture is 11 1/2" high by 8" wide. 
The frame is 19th Century and is 14" by 10 1/2".
Provenance: descended in the Little Family from Newbury, Massachusetts..
17th / very early 18th C. Carver armchair having raking arms terminating in mushroom hand holds. Its turnings, finials and form suggest either an Eastern 
Massachusetts or Southeastern Connecticut origin. SOLD
19th Century hollow cut and watercolor double silhouettes of two children (likely brother and younger sister) flanking a scissor cut or 'scherenschnitte' of a decorative female figure; which may represent their Mother, The period frame and glass are original, 10 1/2" by 7 3/4". SOLD
Pair of circa 1840-76 woman's drawers. This undergarment was loose and made of two leg sections, held together at the waist. Neat to 
put on a bed or chair or hang on an old door.
A leather bound HOLY BIBLE 
printed in New York, 1828. This 
bible is in completely intact and  
contains both the Old and New 
Testaments. SOLD
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Woodbury, CT 06798

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