Early 19th century New England pine jelly cupboard in original blue paint. Rose and square head nails. Sourced from a 1720 CT home. Overall dimensions: 70.25 inches high x 39 inches wide at top and 36.5 inches wide at case, x 20.5/19.5 inches deep.
RARE early 19th century American painted pine cupboard in amazing original and untouched dry red, green and blue paint. Lift-top compartment, raised paneled doors, wooden pin construction and wide back boards. Sourced from a 1720 CT home. Overall dimensions: 58.25" high x 43.75" wide x 20.5" deep.
Very large 19th century New England dough bowl. Carved out from a single block of pine. This the largest dough bowl we have had. One small line crack, great old patina. Measures 31 inches long, 16 inches wide, and 6 inches high.
J. E. Norton stoneware 3 gallon jug with strong cobalt floral decoration. Very good condition with just one chip on the top of the rim. Circa 1859. Height 14.5 inches.
Stoneware jug made by John Burger, Rochester, NY, circa 1854-1867. Cobalt blue floral decoration. Measures 13 inches high.