Other Items

13 Star (Francis Hopkins Pattern) Miniature American Flag

Small 13- star parade flag - 1 1/2" X 2 1/2" long, framed and matted to an overall size of 4" x 5".  Stars are in Francis Hopkins pattern.

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Rare, Intact Original Very Early 19th C Lantern

Small size, six-sided tin lantern.  Tin punched top in star pattern;  mica panes;  umbrella cap with rolled edge ring,  circa 1820.  Original condition with fully functioning original lift mechanism.
8.5″H x 4.5″W

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Pier Mirror With Verre Eglomise Panel

This is a delightful American, 19th C. pier glass with robust, intricately carved wood frame  and a lovely vere eglomise panel to the upper frieze.  Beautifully carved wood frame has tenon and mortise construction, block corners, decorative relief carving and is grain painted.  The contrasting ochre-colored grain painted bands are comb painted.  The mirror also retains its original reverse painting of a charming country house and landscape scene, the fence in front of the house features pin-prick detailing.  It retains its original glass and chamfered back, in super order. A really fine, original and appealing example.

Measures 23" X 13"

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Trumeau Mirror with Verre Eglomise Panel

Trumeau or pier mirror with beautifully executed verre églomisé (Hinterglasmalerei) panel.

This classical, split baluster mirror is in untouched mint condition, retaining its original reverse painting of a charming country house and landscape scene. The frame is carved throughout including the block corners with a medallion design. The gold leaf and mirror are original. Reverse painting often fails over time, but this example is perfect, and the painting is very fine. Note: The original, chamfered backboard is in untouched condition. It is rare to find a mirror that practically looks like it was made yesterday, this one, though, is real and of the period.

The mirror measures 24” X 11 ½”.

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Early 19th C Pine Mirror - Original Plate

Measures 11 x 14 1/4;  inside dimensions are: 6 5/8 X 10 and the rabbet is ~ 3/8"


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Small Blue Painted Mirror

Charming small-sized blue-painted mirror measures 7 X 10 1/2 on the outside, 5 X 8 1/2" on the inside with ~ 1/2" rabbet.  

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Decorative Pier Mirror with Vibrant Verre Eglomise

A charming Federal mirror with églomisé panel, American, circa 1810. Features a carved wood frame with exuberant reverse-glass painting of basket with pumpkins on frieze panel above the original mirror.  20" X 10 1/2"

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"Seven Mirrors on The Wall..."

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Four Oval Wallpaper Boxes

Wallpaper, cardboard, wood and newspaper. These colorful box would enhance any collection.

All four have bright wallpaper coverings that have survived with some normal wear but display excellent color. Circa 1840.  Likely PA and NE.   Some wear on edges and bottoms as expected with age.  

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Maple Sugar Cake Tray

Hardwood tray with 105 ~ 2 1/2" circular molds into which maple syrup was poured to form maple sugar cakes.

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19th Century PA Hanging Caddy

Hanging Pennsylvania caddy  with two pockets, hand cut nail construction, grain painted, decoratively carved edging on top and lower compartment.  Jaunty overall form and excellent surface.


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Large Round Early 19th Century Box

Prepossessing and very large round box having traces of sage paint.  Circa 1820, box construction sports square-head nails with strong oxidation and very thick box walls and wrap on the lid.  Box is very sturdy without splits or cracks.  Appears to have been an early painted box which was later "cleaned" to reveal original wood, but leaving traces of old sage paint.  

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