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Early 19th Century American Tambourine from New England

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  • 19th Century Buttocks Basket from New England
    Located in Los Angeles, CA
    This 19th century original painted grey buttocks basket is in good condition with minor breaks on base in areas. Amazing form and nice patina.
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    Antique Late 19th Century American Adirondack More Folk Art

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  • 19th Century Shaker Style Sugar Bucket from New England
    Located in Los Angeles, CA
    This is a Shaker style sugar bucket in fine condition with a minor age crack on the top but has been glued tight together long ago. The wire handle and co...
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    Antique Late 19th Century American Country More Folk Art

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  • 19th C Furkin Bucket with Lid from New England
    Located in Los Angeles, CA
    All original 19th C Furkin bucket with lid. All natural patina. Bucket has tiny cut nails and over lapping fingers. From New England.
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    Antique 19th Century American Adirondack More Folk Art

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    Wood, Pine

  • 19th Century New England Blue Painted Buckets / Planters, Pair
    Located in Los Angeles, CA
    These amazing original powder blue buckets or planters are very strong and sturdy. The condition is very good and have a waxed or weather protector finish ...
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    Antique Late 19th Century American Adirondack More Folk Art

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    Wood

  • Early 19th Century Wall Box from Pennsylvania
    Located in Los Angeles, CA
    This handmade wall box is made of walnut and is all hand-cut square nail and dovetailed construction. The drawer is dovetailed and retains the original handbl...
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    Antique Late 19th Century American American Classical More Folk Art

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    Wood

  • 18th Century Tall Butter Churn from New England
    Located in Los Angeles, CA
    This all original 18th century butter churn with the original lid and original hardware and cut nail construction. Take a close look at the fingers and early nails with the original ...
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    Antique Late 19th Century American Country More Folk Art

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    Folk art hand shirred and hooked rug in wonderful colors on a black mottled background. Wool on linen, American, New England circa 1830's. The colors of the flowers are perfectly bea...
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    Antique Mid-19th Century American Folk Art Rugs

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  • Mid-19th Century American Spinning Wheel
    Located in Incline Village, NV
    All original American spinning wheel, circa 1860, probably New England; with original flywheel and bobbin. The flywheel (drive wheel) consists of 14 original turned spindles; the treadle and bobbin "holds" are made of hand forged iron, as is the connector from treadle to drive wheel (see images). Turned legs and spindles connect the solid plank, which supports the flywheel; the yarn bobbin has the original metal teeth with leather support insert ends. Condition is very good; wood looks like maple; the bobbin fits "loosely" but works and functions properly. A small 1" tail of one of the two bobbin spindle...
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    Antique Mid-19th Century American Folk Art More Folk Art

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  • Early 19th century Swedish Log Chair
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    Antique Early 19th Century Swedish Folk Art Chairs

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    This is a wonderful American 19th-century primitive cherry bowl or trencher, hand carved very thin 1/4" think, an extraordinary amount of work went into making this bowl without dama...
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    Antique Late 19th Century American Primitive More Folk Art

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  • 19th Century American Ball of String Holder
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    A whimsical 19th century American string holder in shape of a ball of string. The weight of the holder keeps it in place, but opens up when picked up. We have a similar one in our ki...
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    Antique 19th Century American Country More Folk Art

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