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A nice addition to any collection circa 1850 C620 Oyster Crock or Jar was likely made somewhere in Mid Atlantic area sometime around 1870.
The beehive form is also very esthetically pleasing.
Joe has is own folk art style he adds to every bird He carves, this swan has a layered hollow pegged together body, with a long pegged on head.
LL23 19th century wooden storage Box with the original black paint, very unusual with a removable lid, nailed construction with square head nails, Used in a Country Store, to transport bake goods, circa 1840SOLD C590 The first artificial Christmas tree was developed in Germany during the late 1800s. These artificial trees were then brought to America by German immigrants and also produced and sold in the dime stores during the 1920s and 30s.
Even as an adult, with a formal art education, at Toronto Art School, and other tools at his disposal, Tyler continued using simple, traditional tools to produce aesthetically pleasing, functional decoys by the hundreds, to fulfill a great demand by local hunters, gunning clubs and tourists.Y330 Early 19th century Pennsylvania Blanket Chest, resting on a frame, with a small turned leg, molded top and bottom of frame, two dovetailed drawers, an a blind dovetailed case, all original with wonderful dry blue paint B283 One gallon cobalt decorated stoneware pitcher Baltimore Maryland origin, Peter Herman maker stamped.circa 1870 decorated with brushed cobalt flowers on front, the collar decorated with swag's on each side of spout. C517 Rare early 19th century Stepback Bucket Bench/ Pantry, a case of shelves, with original dry blue/ gray paint with shaped sides,applied cove molding to the front, a great rare Pantry from a collection in New England circa 1850C515 18th century new England Chest over two drawers, with the original robin egg blue paint, lid is held in place with the original carter pin hinges., nice high cut out foot, dovetailed drawers, rose head nail construction.C548 Early 19th century Pennslyvania Country Store Counter Desk, with the original beautiful well worn sage green paint, with a dovetailed case, with a slint hinges lid, very unusal form, the wood is white pine circa 1820C498 18th century Traven Table circa 1790 two board top with pegs and rose head nails attached to the one drawer base, The base is pegged construction resting on breaded tapered legs in original blue paint SOLD RM666 Nautical Trade or Tavern Sign, Ships Anchor, Found in Center City Philadelphia, 19th Century Wonderful Folk Art Trade sign in original blue weathered paint with traces of lettering that can still be seen.C551 Late 19th century Double-Horse Hooked Rug, Pennsylvania , it is rare and desirable to see two horses on the same rug.