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Unique 19th C. Woodlands basket.

White ash splint, probably New York.

L: 19-1/2 x W: 14 x H: 14

 

Small Woodlands Indian basket.

Hand decorated. Red, yellow and black.

L: 8-1/4 W: 6-1/4 x H: 3-1/2

 

 

19th C. covered basket, potato stamped.

L: 12 x W: 12 x H: 13:

 

 

Late 19th C. wire basket. York Co., Pennsylvania

L: 8-3/4 x 8-1/2 x H: 6

 

 

 

Late 19th C. hooked rug with flower pot.

Northern Maine or possibly Nova Scotia.

L: 38-3/4 x H 24-1/2

 

Waldoboro style yarn sewn rug, circa 1880

L: 38-1/2 x H: 22-1/2

 

 

Theorem hooked rug.

Mid 19th C. Probably Pennsylvania.

L: 58 x H: 31:

 

Charming hooked rug.

With rabbits, blue bird and nest.

L: 38-1.2 x H: 27

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictorial hooked rug. Unusually small.

Last quarter of 19th C. Found in Maine.

L: 27 x H: 17

 

 

Welcome hooked rug.

Late 19th C.

L: 28 x H: 18

 

 

School days hooked rug.

Circa 1880. Found in Ohio.

L: 27 x H: 35

 

Late 18th-early 19th C. chandelier.

French or Dutch.

L: 16 x H: 12.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Still life with fruit. Oil on canvas.

19-1.4 x 15-1/2 with frame.

 

 

Hudson Valley landscape. Oil on canvas.

40 x 22 with frame

 

 

 

 

Farm scene. Oil on canvas.

Probably Maine. Mid 19th C.

31-1/2 x 25-1/2 with frame.

 

 

New England town scene.

19th C. watercolor.

8-1/4 x 7-1/4 with frame.

 

 

Mid 19th C. theorem. On paper.

Probably Pennsylvania.

19 x 22 with frame.

 

 

 

House and barn. Oil on board.

Unframed.

9-1/4 x 6

 

19th C. theorem watercolor. Still life in paper.

11-3/4 x 9-3/4 with frame.

 

 

Mid 19th C. redware loaf dish with wave pattern.

Probably Norwalk, CT. L: 14 x W: 10 x 2-3/4.

 

 

St. Boniface redware nameplate.

Norwalk, Connecticut. 19th C.

D: 12 x H: 1-3/4.

 

 

 

Burl wood card box.

With inlay metal detailing.

19th century. Probably English.

L: 9-1/2 x W: 5 x H: 2