antique small shaved broom $595. plus shipping
- I don't think this old shaved maple broom was ever used, just put away in the barn.
- Nice original color and condition, see longways crack on handle. You knew these were made of green wood didn't you? So the shavings were all soft and bendy.
- Measures 12 1/2"
- Inventory #TR 649
lehn paint decorated egg cup sold
- I think this is one of those famous Lehn paint decorated treen pieces from PA.
- Lovely mustard and red decoration. Good old crackly paint.
- Measures 2 1/4" tall.
- Inventory #TR 646
red and blue painted peg rail sold
- I love the soft colors of this old pine peg rail, and nice dry original paint.
- Measures 25" long.
- Inventory #TR 651
carved antique miniature trencher $175. with free ship
- Incredibly fine carving on this tiny trencher. Only 2 3/4" long.
- Possibly some initials on the back, too hard to see.
- Slight checking on the right handle, does not go through.
- Butternut, I think. Very hard wood, very light, very American.
- Inventory #TR 625
Antique original red paint mirror $295 plus shipping
- This simple hand made square nailed country mirror has a coat of deep red dry original paint.
- Original iron eyelet.
- Measures 8" x 7 1/2".
- Inventory #TR 639
simple country wallbox $950. plus shipping
- This early pine wallbox has a classic simple country look.
- It has a thin coat of dry original grey paint, and some well oxidized square nails.
- A few new nails added to the 2 board back.
- Measures 23" x 12 3/4" x 6" deep.
- Inventory #TR 614
miniature painted seachest $495. plus shipping
- Another hard to find antique, a miniature sea chest. These were used by sailors to store their clothes and personal items on ship, and were also a nice place to sit and put your boots on. The miniatures were to store more small personal items, but as they were not a necessity, very few were ever made.
- This one has a great coat of original decorative red and black paints, on the sides and top.
- Measures 17" x 9"x 7 1/2". Replaced rope handles.
- Inventory #TR 562