Typically created for country living, this section may include small furniture, utilitarian objects with or without paint, and tends toward the more informal objects.
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Black Over Blue Spoon Rack
Early 1800s wooden spoon rack in black paint over blue. Spoon holder on top meant to hang spoons, with shelf below to store others. Can be hung or stood on flat surface. Ex Harding Collection, Hancock, NH.
Measures 16″w x 10 1/4″h x 3 1/2″d
Miniature Noodle Board
Miniature noodle board; hand carved with wheat symbol on top. PA origin dated 1888 on paper documentation.
Measures 4 1/2″h x 2 1/2″w
PA German hand painted Bride’s Box from the first half of 19th C. Oval form polychrome decorated at sides with flowers and at top with trees enclosing figures of man and woman. Inscribed across the top in German, translates roughly to A Promise to Love Forever.
Measures 17″l x 10 1/2″w x 7″h
Tiny Blanket Box
Tiny 19th C paint decorated New England box. Dovetailed construction on an applied molded base with bracket feet. Two toned sponged vinegar paint decoration over a blue ground with black detailing. The interior has a tiny till and an applied Bible book plate inside lid that reads, “Isabella Atchisons Holy Bible”. Circa 1830-1840, Vermont.
Measures 9 1/2″w x 6″h x 6″d
Small Hanging Cabinet with Drawers
Primitive American miniature cabinet with five graduated drawers, crown molding, nicely carved skirt and contrasting wooden knobs. Lots of interior space for special items.
Measuring 16 1/2″h x 10 1/2″w