Double Swing Handle Basket; Circa 1900; Pennsylvania   $675.00   

Both the shape of this basket and the fact that it has double swing handles make it most unusual. The basket is 8 1/4" long; 3 1/4" at the widest and 3 " tall excluding the handles. Condition is excellent and patina is beautiful. The basket is from Pennsylvania; circa 1900.      
Double Swing Handle Basket; Circa 1900; Pennsylvania
Fred Davis Sterling Box with Onyx Face: Circa 1940
  Fred Davis Sterling Box with Onyx Face: Circa 1940   $875.00

Handmade sterling silver box with a carved onyx face that is emblematic of the work of Fred Davis. Davis was the first person to promote Mexican folk art and jewelry, beginning work in Mexico City in the 1920's. This beautifully crafted box was probably made for cigarettes but would serve equally well for business cards or other small items. Hand hammer marks are intentionally visible on the inside with a smooth finish on the outside. The box measures 3 1 1/6" wide; 4 1/16" long and 5/16"... Click for details

Pair of Wood Glove Stretchers   $235.00  

This pair of wood glove stretchers is unusually thick, measuring 9/16" in depth. The larger of the two is 15 inches long. While one is marked with an incised letter S, they seem anything but small. The pair have a wonderful look of an abstract sculpture and would be nice ornaments on a wall or table. One already has a loop for hanging and the other could easily have one added. They are priced at $235. for the pair.
Pair of Wood Glove Stretchers
Handcarved Wood Frame
  Handcarved Wood Frame "Spice of Life"; Circa 1920   $695.00

Hand carved wood frame depicting the amusements and vices of the 1920's. It includes: dice; a champagne bottle; playing cards; polo equipment; sheet music; a flapper girl and, most surprising of all - a dreidel. How this fits with the other images is a mystery. The dreidel is a four sided top used in a children's game at Channukah. The frame is hand carved and painted. It is titled Spice of Life. The frame measures 9 3/4" x 12". The opening is 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" and would be perfect for either a... Click for details

Inlaid Wood Candlestick Lamp: Circa 1930   $295.00  

Handmade inlaid wood lamp made to look like a candlestick. It is well made with a variety of woods. The base and stick are octagonally shaped. The lamp is 6 1/2 inches tall without the electric bulb. It has an on and off switch and is in good working order. American made circa 1930.
Inlaid Wood Candlestick Lamp: Circa 1930
Folk Art Wood Hand
  Folk Art Wood Hand   $225.00

This deco wood hand was made as a sculpture but would serve equally well as a way to store or display finger rings. Including the triple tiered base, the sculpture is 14 1/4 inches tall. It is made of wood; circa 1920.

Handmade Metal Woven Basket; Circa 1900   $345.00  

Handmade lattice weave metal basket with beautiful patina. The basket measures 10 1/2 inches wide' 9 1/2 inches deep and 9 inches to the top of the handle. Condition is excellent. Probably made circa 1900.
Handmade Metal Woven Basket; Circa 1900
Nut Head Figures in Church: Circa 1900
  Nut Head Figures in Church: Circa 1900   $950.00

Eleven nut head figures are dressed in their Sunday best in this charming grouping. The faces are painted black with fabric hats and kerchiefs on some of their heads. Each doll is dressed differently with handmade clothing. Tallest of the group is the preacher in a top hat and holding the Holy Bible. He is 7 inches tall. A schoolboy is carrying his textbook. Mother in a fur stole and her daughter are dressed in wool ensembles. The smallest child is carrying her rag doll while another figure... Click for details

Pair of Metal Downspouts Dated 1847: New York   $950.00  

This pair of metal downspouts came from an estate in the Adirondacks in upstate New York. Traces of paint show the date 1847 on the front of each. The downspouts have beautiful scalloped decoration on the front and sides in addition to three raised geometric elements of different shapes and a nice rolled rim. The pair shows evidence of having been outside for some 170 years. They are still very useful as decorative planters or sconces.
Pair of Metal Downspouts Dated 1847: New York
Pair of Dachshund Bootscrapers
  Pair of Dachshund Bootscrapers   $475.00

These charming dachshund bootscrapers are a bit of a mystery. They are stamped with the name Kolacek and what I believe are the letters beocgrad, although I am not certain. They are also stamped 1982Had it not been for that, I would have thought them older. The pair of metal bootscrapers consists of one standing and one seated dog. Both are painted green with expected wear from having lived outdoors for nearly 30 years. They are a heavy metal with nice detail including nostrils and a tongue.... Click for details

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