This female dress form or manequin was made of brown paper mache, now aged and tattered while showing off its authentic vintage appeal. The spindle base is black at the top and arms, while the base appears to be a very dark brown stain.
The powerful appeal of this cast iron crucifix comes from the rusted, aged almost black iron with scattered remains of old, crackled white paint. The combination of severely weathered iron with the distressed finish enhance the visual impact of the symbolic suffering of the Christ figure.
This antique French wrought iron chandelier (circa 1920) has eight arms that radiate out from the center. Each arm is set with a single light, with a candle cover resting on a drip pan. With scrolled arms and applied leaf details, the chandelier has been re-wired for US electricity.
Circa 1900 solid brass chandelier with a cherub supporting the center column decorated with a flowering vine. The six arms are nicely sculpted leaves and flowers and the finial imitates a cluster of grapes. The chandelier has the original old wiring and should be re-wired and the sockets replaced.
This large antique wrought iron chandelier features a long central rod supporting the six ornate scrolled arms and applied leaf details. Each of the 6 sockets are covered with a candle cover which rests on a round leaf drip pan.
Each of the large ornate brass wall sconces has three goose neck arms with white frosted glass shades. The central ram's head is surrounded by a tied ribbon, wreath and leaf detail, in brass. These are from a Victorian Blackhawk, Colorado home and have the original wiring which needs to be replaced.
This petite cupboard is a unique find. It was likely a carpenter's "sales model" to demonstrate what a full size cabinet would look like. It was unusual to see birch, a more expensive wood, used in a small cupboard unless for this purpose
Small cottage style hanging cabinet with original hardware and featuring a pair of paneled doors and a pair of shelves inside.
This blue painted wall rack could either be wall hung or sit on a cabinet, and features five drawers with porcelain knobs and multiple hooks for cups and mugs.
This open shelf could easily be mounted on the wall as well as rest on another cabinet.
Early 19th century American cradle made from poplar, circa 1840-1860, with scrolled details at the head and foot of the cradle.
Rustic Hungarian sled used for hauling cargo like firewood, with a weathered gray patina.
Rustic weathered Hungarian sled used for hauling cargo like firewood.
This rustic country pine seed tray with a hand rubbed satin wax finish, would make a great table centerpiece.
Hand-hewn rustic wood box from Hungary, carved from a single piece of wood. At each end are old metal patches used to strengthen the stress cracks. The underside was carved out to produce the feet and there is a hollow wood plug used for draining. The box has been sealed with a satin wax finish.
New rice bucket made with exposed finger joints and a curved handle. The dark painted exterior has a wax finish. This bucket is a versitle accessory and could be used as a table centerpiece or to even store towels and magazines.
Circa 1880 antique steel safe from Denmark painted green and made in two sections. The upper steel cabinet is supported by a wood base with a locking door and a single shelf inside. Both the safe and storage cabinet have keys.
Chopping Block from Hungary on a stand circa 1900, painted white with the top surface left natural. There are 2 metal bands binding the upper block, which sits on a 4 legged platform.