Huge New England ash splint field basket with ribbed platform base, circa 1900. Excellent condition We've been collecting basket for years, and we've never had one this large. The basket is 28 inches long x 26 inches wide by 12 inches high. The handles are 2.5" high.
Charming Frie Onnaing majolica Cochon Au Jambon (pig with a ham) jug. French, circa 1920. Height 9 inches. Wonderful condition, just 2 small glaze chips to the ham.
Vintage Richard D. Scofield Period Lighting tole (painted tin) chandelier with 8 arms. Hand made by Richard D. Scofield of Period Lighting Fixtures, Chester, CT circa 1985. Hand painted and patinated tin arms and hand dipped wax candle covers. The chandelier measures 16 inches high x 25 inches wide, and the hook is 22 inches long. Excellent working condition. Richard D. Scofield made the finest exact copies of period American lighting in the country and was allowed by Historic Deerfield to make copies of its collection. The candles are made from real bees' wax. After he died at an early age, the company continued under different ownership but finally closed. The earlier works like this one are coveted by collectors of period Americana.
Stoneware 2 gallon butter churn crock made by A. K. Ballard, Burlington, VT, circa 1867-1872. Very good condition. Height 11 inches.
19th century English copper top tin baking mold in ear of corn motif. Measures 7" long x 4.5" wide x 4.5" high.