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Extraordinary, very detailed folk art model of a Jewish Temple or tomb with stone carvings. Dated 1850, 17 1/2" wide.
Beautiful and detailed memory ware pedestal, early 1900's, 28" high.
Bottle whimsey with an amazingly intricate root formation inside. 7 3/4" high by 2 1/2" square.
Pair of iron bog shoes, like snowshoes, but made of metal. From MI, early 1900's, good form, surface. 37 1/4" long.
5 piece set of rustic cedar table ware, 1940's, very good condition.
A decorative old painted sled with a comet, 1950's/60's, in very good condition, 62" long.
A French bottle whimsey with two orchard workers picking apples in a cut glass bottle filled with water. 9 1/2" high, in excellent condition.
An absolutely wonderful, folky small cupboard from York, PA. C. 1900, 58" high, marvelous patina, a marquetry drawer, excellent condition.
Carved whimsey with 1904 Indian Head pennies set in.
Painting on metal roofing. The hands have been hammered to have depth. 26" by 40".
This is an old, rustic twig stand, with a great look and surface. 1930's or earlier, 27 1/4" high, 31" wide, and 15" deep, in excellent, sturdy condition.
One of an extraordinary collection of hand carved, jointed and movable figures which make up a logging scene. People, horses, wagons, sleds with detailed harness and original clothing, c. 1910. This is a large grouping.
A very detailed carved and painted wooden desk frame. From France, dated 1945.
Large attractive coil or wreath of old zinc barbed wire. 30" in diameter, old, in good condition. Very decorative.
An especially nice and intricate crown of thorns cross with a folky wood carving of Jesus. 15 1/4" high, in excellent condition.
Rambo Cider, by the late Lewis Smith of Ohio. Ink, marker, and crayon, 11" by 17". More like this.
Popsicle stick bowl.
A pair of concrete bookends, painted black with raised crosses in gold. Each one is 7" high, 1920's/30's.
A very sculptural looking old window, in old white paint on one side and green on the other, 31 1/2" high.
An inlaid dresser box with two frames which swivel, decorated with 10 carved and applied hearts. 13" wide, made c. 1950.
Early 20th century memory cane holder or umbrella stand built over a sewer tile pipe. Elaborately decorated, excellent condition, 26" tall.
Carved, primitive push-pull toy with a detailed painted Indian and funky bear. 9" long, 8 1/4" high, and 3" wide.
Clock case made by the Rev. Howard Finster, with nice painted decoration, the original, working clock and original print. 22 1/2" high.
Strange metal and wood contraption, likely a parade torch or flambeau. Attractive metalwork, unusual and decorative. Probably early 1900's, good condition, 33" long.
Very decorative, antique, funky, wooden garden seeder. Late 1800's/early 1900's, hand made, great surface. 6 feet long.
Hand carved cane painted a deep reddish brown with fine black striping. 60 to 70 years old.
Hand carved wooden cane decorated in paints, rhinestones, inlaid costume jewelry, and the name Jesus. 1940's, 48" high.
Old, very decorative, sculptural metal ironing board. 1930's/40's, 50" high, very good condition
4 goose yard ornaments from Maine,31" long, good, weathered condition.
Popsicle stick lamp decorated with small, glossy black tiles. Fine working order and condition, 13" high, from AL.
African-American quilt with great graphics. Hand pieced, velvets and fake fur, 72" by 77" in excellent, unused condition. From Savannah, GA, 1970's or earlier.
Two interesting and decorative folding anchors. 8 1/2" long, 7" across, galvanized iron with a nice surface.
Graphic African American quilt top from east Texas. Hand pieced cotton, mid 20th c., 85" by 74", in excellent, unwashed condition.
Folky house with chip carved tramp art, great old red, white, and blue paint, glass windows. Early 1900's, 20" long, good condition.
Seven old iron industrial valves.
Graphic 1930's Dutch Boy "Wet Paint" sign. 10 1/2" w, 12 3/4" w as framed.
Bottle cap pitcher.
Exceptionally nice, old, metal plant stand, with an Art Deco look. 39" high, 1920's or 30's, in excellent condition.
Large, thick, cast iron industrial gear with good form, dark oxidized surface. In excellent condition, 9" in diameter by 5" thick; as mounted the overall height is 14 3/4".
Two folk paintings from either Haiti or the Dominican Republic. Water color, in metal frames under glass, signed "Jack '88". They are colorful, in excellent condition, 16 1/4" by 20 1/4".
Tourist ware pottery planter, c. 1940s, 7 3/4" in diameter, excellent condition. One of several pieces of tourist ware from the Ozarks and Appalachia.
Popsicle stick lamp in excellent condition, 1960's or 70's, 23 1/2" high.
Very large, striking African-American carving of a hand and egg. 31" high, old, very good condition, with enormous "look" and presence.
A very detailed model house/birdhouse. 1940's, very good condition,14 3/4" by 19 1/2".
The quintessential 1960's folk music carving, with exceptional form, detail, and color. 10 1/2" high, almost perfect condition, signed.
A nice wooden horse weathervane with spark plug, weathered paint. 44 1/2" long, from Indiana, c. 1940's, in very good condition.
An extraordinary, very large, extremely detailed marquetry whimsey with a fraternal theme. Over 49" long, signed and dated 1947.
Miniature dresser with great blue/green and cream colors, nice patina. 13" high with two small doors which open, made about 1930.
Carved whimsey, with 3 balls-in-cages and sections carved with a twisted wood effect. Unusual technique of piecing many strips of different woods together before carving it. In excellent condition, 19 1/2" long, around 50 years old.
Tough Cowgirls, by Lewis Smith. Crayon, ink, and marker on the separated top layer of corrugated cardboard, 27" by 27". More Smith drawings on cardboard.
Two large and funky yard art people with great character. One is a birdhouse. From found objects, each 46" high, excellent weathered condition.
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