Folk art theorem painting of three cats and a melon signed Lisa E. Kearney 1982. Mounted in a 19th century walnut frame measuring 21.5" x 17.5". Excellent condition.
18th century American iron bread peel. New England, circa 1780. Note the wonderful hand forging. Measures 40.5" long x 7.5" wide.
J. S. Taft and Company (James Scholly Taft and James Burnap), Keene, NH, 2 gallon stoneware jug circa 1870.
18th century English mahogany hanging candle box with dovetailed case and hand chamfered cover slide. Some old repairs commensurate with its age. Measures 21" long x 5.25" wide x 4" deep. The candle compartment is 14.5"long.
Early Dutch or English rose brass candlestick circa 1690-1710. Lathe turned in 2 parts, complete with socket hole to remove candle wax, set on a platform tray base. Size: 6" high x 4.25" square at the base. Excellent patina. Please see "The Brass Book / American, English and European Fifteenth Century through 1850" by Peter, Nancy and Herbert Schiffer, published 1978 by Schiffer Publishing, page 181, for similar examples.