Wednesday, May 15, 2013

The Wayside Inn Antiques Show Highlights Tour Part 2

And here's part two to the highlights tour from last weekend's Wayside Inn Antiques Show. Lots of pictures, with brief descriptions below. Enjoy!
An incredibly tender portrait of two children c.1850

18th century Queen Anne curly maple slant front desk.

C.1760 ladder back arm chair with early red paint that has- unbelievably, carved faced on the two handholds.

Stunning still life of peaches.

Great 19th century American barber pole

A fantastic 19th century trade sign in exceptional condition.

very folky 19th century appliqué quilt. Look a the dog!

Headboard created by a hanging 18th century textile- an early 19th century candlewick bedspread on the bed.

c.1795-1805 straw hat with mustard yellow ribbon and feather adornment.

Nice Chippendale secretary is a pleasing red paint surface and Federal oval brass drawer pulls.

Awesome mustard yellow arrow back Windsor bench.

a country dry sink/stepback cupboard in old Spanish brown paint

Charming folk art carved cat.

superb China Trade ship portrait.

pair of large folio size Audubon prints

Super cute terriors.

Loved this house portrait.

18th century crewel work and quilted bedspread.

late 19th century folk art drawing of a dragon.

Fine pair of paint decorated fire buckets dated 1825.


bold and well done landscape of a barn

fantastic rooster weathervane

Wooden carved pineapple finials- there were a pair of these.

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