19th century English copper top tin baking mold in ear of corn motif. Measures 7" long x 4.5" wide x 4.5" high.
Early American stoneware crock decorated with a ring of cobalt leaves. Possibly Norwalk, CT. Note the quirky wave to the rim. Two minor interior rim flea flakes. No cracks or repairs. Measures 10.5 inches high.
Early American kitchen hearth kettle. Cast iron, 18th century. Note the early snap line on the base and the mold marks. Original lid. Measures 8.5" high x 14" wide including the spout, and weighs over 8 pounds. Great original condition.
Charming 19th century Nast, Paris, hand painted porcelain tea veilleuse, or night light. Height 9.75 inches.
Set of four matching antique French dolphin salt cellars. Nickel silver, 19th century. Note the hand-cut screws and nuts on each base. Dimensions: 3.25" long x 2.25" high.