18th CENTURY MIRROR
One of the best early country mirrors I have had in a long while. This one is completely cased in wood with the best worn mirror glass and rosehead nails. It is 10" high x 6" wide and has a nice mellow surface.
The English table is just the right size to be used in many places. It's top is one board and appears to be replaced but a long time ago. Dating from the early 19th Century or possibly earlier, it is 18" high with the top being 20" x 26 1/2".
Just a simple country mirror with its original black painted frame and nice old mirror glass. The frame has cut nails, the original back board, spline corners and is 9 1/8" wide x 11" high.
COMB BOX MIRROR
YES, another mirror! But.....what a mirror! Detail, surface and form make this 20th Century mirror a great piece. As you can see, it looks right at home hanging on an aged wall. Love the comb box and could see it filled with a collection of early combs. It measures 22" high x 14 1/2" wide x 4" deep with the mirror beginning 10 1/2" from the bottom of the piece.
What a super and charming corner shelf that has the best grundy dark blackish brown surface. It is from Ohio and is later 19th Century . The shelf measures 39" high x 13" wide x 7 3/4" deep.
Found and made in Illinois this cute little stool says:
For sitting only
Don't stand on it
The stool is 13 1/4" wide x 8 1/2" deep x 15" high.
In amazingly great condition this water keg would be a great addition to a buttery or keeping room. All the bands are in good shape and both original pegs in the top are there. It is 25 1/2" high and has a top diameter of 12 1/2" and a bottom diameter of 10 1/2". This was found in Southern Illinois.
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