Horse and Trap toy

SOLD    Early 20th century green painted Trap with red painted decoration.  Horse is covered in hair hide with a removable  leather and felt saddle., retains glass eyes and mane.. I added the leather strap on the horse’s back .   About 18″ long overall   $125

“Dutchess County Doorways” by Helen Wilkinson Reynolds

SOLD   “Dutchess County Doorways and other Examples of Period Work in Wood”  By Helen Wilkinson Reynolds, 1931, 11 1/4″ X 9″, good but  used condition, old library book, binding secure, frontpiece page has marks due to library card removal,  A great book if you’re interested in architecture ..   $125

“Confetti” Rag Rug

Early to mid 20th Century Rag Rug,   woven on burlap,  slight fading,  no holes or tears, 41″ X 24″     $125

Oneida Community Animal Traps

Four animal traps 8″ long, 16″ chains with attached rings, light rust, made by the Oneida Community after they acquired the Animal Trap Co. of Lititz, PA in 1906.  The Oneida Community  (1848-1880) was a famous experiment in harmonius group living.     $85 for four

Waffle and Thumbprint oil lamp

SOLD  Flint glass waffle and thumbprint fluid lamp, c. 1860, perfect shape,  4 1/2″ diameter base,11 1/2″ high , no burner      $195

Uranium Glass Pitcher

SOLD    a.k.a. Vaseline Glass,  this pitcher has a wonderful color, 9 1/2″ high, 6 1/2″ wide at base, 1930’s     $95

Chaukware horse 19th century

Chaukware horse,  Pennsylvania origin, mid to late 19th century  10″ high, 9″ long, 3 1/2″ wide,  minor surface wear but in good shape    $195

Cherry dropleaf sewing stand

SOLD     Cherry  one drawer dropleaf sewing stand, New York State,  c. 1835, poplar secondary wood, mahogany crotch veneer ogee molded drawer,  19″ deep X 20″ wide with leaves down, 29″ high   $325

Stenciled tray

Period tray, 20 1/4″ X 15″,  bronze powder stenciled decoration with gold leaf work..done by a member of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration in the 1970’s  $225