ROAD…from a RAILROAD CROSSING sign. Clear glass marbles acted as reflectors.
Plastic Doll’s Head Mold with steel frame.
Great Folk Art game board. Original mustard and red ochre paint. 1900-30’s. 22’X 17″ . Doublesided.
Concrete Football. A great piece of American folk art. It was used as a counterweight in a windmill. Most windmill weights you see are cast iron, and in the from of farm animals. The horse, rooster, Bull,etc. There were only two windmill weights made in concrete. One is the football shown here and the other is the Civil War battleship Monitor, a very rare form.
Trade Sign of a Compass possibly for an architect’s or drafting business. Original paint.
Size: 26″ 3 1/2 ” deep
Probably Lawn Ornaments. Came out of Maine. The man who made them was inspired by the discovery of the South Pole and the especially by the birds who can swim and live in Antarctica.
Size: 25″ tall 26″ wide. base is 4″ thick
Whimsical Folk Art Table.
Size:25″ tall top is 12″ square
Goose Decoy. Interesting Pattern on the wings. Beautifully carved head.
Dalmation . Only one I’ve ever seen like this. Originally a garden ornament, I’m upgrading it to folk art!
Size: 25″ ta;; X 26″ back to front
Great pice of Americana. Root chair. Probably 1920’s . Very sturdy and comfortable. Furniture that is beautiful sculpture as well.