This is a 1930s wood vegetable crate for California asparagus, in good rustic condition. The box measures 20 1/4 long x 13 wide x 10 high and weighs 8 pounds. It's perfect in a country setting, and great for storage. Enjoy!
Pair of vintage early 1900s primitive hog scrapers, in good condition. These came from a farm estate sale in south central North Dakota. They measure 6 high, are made of wood and steel and are a perfect addition to a country decor setting. Enjoy!
Vintage metal country bucket with swinging bail handle, made of silver colored galvanized steel, in good rustic condition. I have 1 of these available. Each pail measures 9 high and 13 1/2 in diameter. Fresh from a farm estate sale in south central North Dakota. Enjoy!
Vintage 1920s round wooden pantry box, in very good condition. The box measures 6 1/2 in diameter and 3 high. It shows normal, light wear and great patina. I found this box at a country farm sale in eastern North Dakota. Enjoy!
Vintage Country Stool Primitive Brown Painted Pine
Vintage 1910s wooden country stool, painted brown and oh so rustic, in good condition. The stool measures 11 3/4 wide x 6 1/2 high x 7 1/2 deep. Lots of wear and age make it a great display piece. It's very sturdy- enjoy!
Antique 1800s hanging iron scale, in good condition, fresh out of a barn in the southern Red River Valley of North Dakota. These primitive beauties really look great hanging on a wall! This scale measures 37 3/4 long and makes a nice addition to any country collection- enjoy!
1800s Hanging Scale Vintage Primitive Iron Farm Tool
Antique hanging iron scale, circa late 1800s, in good rustic condition, fresh out of a barn in the southern Red River Valley of North Dakota. These primitive beauties really look great hanging on a wall! This scale measures 36 1/4 long and makes a nice addition to any country collection- enjoy!
Vintage 1930s glass and wood washboard, in good condition. The washboard measures 24 1/4 x 12 1/2 . Age appropriate wear to the wood and glass, and the glass has staining that could be cleaned better. Perfect decoration for the laundry room or kitchen in a country home. Enjoy!
Vintage 1930s horseshoe bootscraper, in very good rustic condition. Hand made folk art consisting of 6 horseshoes and a blade. It measures 19 1/2 long, 13 1/2 wide and 7 1/2 high, and it weighs 12 pounds. I found this in a barn at a local farm auction. The perfect country accessory- enjoy!
This is a great vintage Chatillon brass hanging scale, in a very hard to find size. It is a type 100, with a 100 pound capacity, in very good working condition. The brass part measures 15 long, and the scale weighs in at almost 4 pounds for shipping. This scale is a perfect country accent piece- enjoy! And I'm throwing in the little scale that is shown in the photos with the big scale, so you get both!
Vintage 1900s rustic fuel can or gas can, straight from the farm in western Minnesota. It measures 20 high with the handle raised, and the base is 12 in diameter. Lots of rust and farm wear with a great look. Enjoy!
Large 35 Inch Wood Masher Kraut Stomper Old Primitive
Vintage 1900-09 wooden kraut stomper, found in an old North Dakota farmhouse, in great rustic condition. It measures 35 long, and the base is 6 1/2 in diameter. These old rustic tools were also used for smashing grapes and other fruit, and they make great accent pieces in a country home. Enjoy!
Antique wire carrier with 6 vintage half pint milk bottles. The carrier is made of zinc and chicken wire and has some rust on the chicken wire. One bottle is a very collectible Belle Isle East Side Creamery Co. Inc. bottle. Belle Isle is in the Detroit river and it may soon be sold for private development now. This cool bottle has some bruising, scratching, some cloudiness and scuffing, but no cracks or chips. Next is a Twin Pines Farm bottle; it is aged and cloudy, not sure if some of that will come off or not. Next is a Bella Vista Farms bottle, good vintage condition; next is a 3 cent bottle, nice condition. Next is a Genesee bottle. It has a 2 inch long fissure within the glass but can't feel anything on the interior or exterior. Last is a neat United Dairies bottle, good vintage condition. Country magazines show these as table centerpiece displays; add water and a sunflower for a cool country look! 8/13vs
Vintage milk bottle carrier and milk bottles. If you don't want the bottles, the carrier is $60, let me know when ordering and before payment since ship weight would be less also. The carrier holds 8 QT size bottles. Or, you can add 8 wine bottles, or 8 small flower pots, etc. They sell repops of these carriers at high end stores now. This carrier is zinc. Seven of the bottles just say Dairy Container, Detroit MICH; note the old State abbreviation, and one is a Twin Pines bottle; much of the lettering is worn off. The bottles need a better cleaning. Country magazines show these as table centerpieces; fill the bottles with water and stick a sunflower in them! The rack is 14.5 long x 7.5 wide x 12 inches tall. 7/13brcs
Vintage Twin Pines Dairy milk crate. Nice size crate. Good overall vintage condition. It is marked: Twin Pines 9 - 50. It is 10.75 tall x 12.75 long x 10 deep. Likely holds 1/2 gallon size milk bottles. On one side of crate the name is obscured, see pic #7. These can also be used for storing and displaying other vintage items too. 7/13brcs
Wire egg basket with 2 vintage mason jars. One is a vintage Ball Mason, other is an antique Crown mason jar. Both are 7 inches tall. The crown jar has a zinc and glass top; other one is a zinc lid. The wire basket is 9.5 tall x 10 long x 6.5 wide. Cool collectible items for a primitive or country style room display! 6/13vs
Vintage dairy bottles, milk bottle carrier and cool apron. The first bottle is a very hard to find Twin Pines with the raised pine trees. Good condition; stands 9.75 tall, Northville, Mich. Note the old State abbreviation. Next is the 9.5 inch Fraimes Dairies pyro bottle, Wilington Del, (old State abbreviation). Some of the lettering is scuffed off. Next is the vintage 2 QT bottle carrier in good condition. And, last is the very cool heavy duty cotton one piece apron with the names of many dairy/milk companies on it. Not sure of the age of this apron, but it is very neat! 6/13vs
Vintage milk bottles, opener, linen and basket! Both bottles are half pints. First is the H.A. McDonald Creamery Co. with old paper top on one of the bottles. The bottom of bottle reads: Douglas? It is hard to make it out. The paper label top appears to be the original on this bottle; it was on it when purchased. Next bottle has a paper top titled: Marble Farms, Syracuse N.Y. 3 cent bottle. Bottle is a bit cloudy; I did not remove the lid to clean it. Next is a great advertising item; it is a metal milk bottle opener, (used to spear the paper lids to get them off the bottle). It reads: Milk Always Pure Detroit Creamery. Next is a vintage linen kithen towel Made in Poland. Last is the cute wire basket to display these items in! 4/13
Six cool vintage milk bottles and an awesome vintage metal carrier. All are around 5.5 inch half pint bottles. The first bottle is a very hard to find Belle Isle Farmers Jersey bottle, Detroit, Mich. (old State abbreviation). It has a fleabite on upper rim and some fissures that are within the glass and it needs a good cleaning. One side is fine, other side you can see the flaws. Next is a Genesee bottle; next is a Albion Dealers milk bottle; one is a 3 cent bottle; other two say: Dairy Container. The vintage basket is metal with painted roses. It makes a really cute shelf display in your country kitchen! Items like this sell for $149 and up at antique shows. I estimate the basket to be from the 1930's, (similar style roses are present on old Hazel Atlas nut bulb style nutchoppers from that period). 2+8/11
Four awesome vintage dairy bottles and a cool metal rack. First is the pyro bottle: Krauss' Dairy Sebewaing; next is another pyro bottle: Hershy's Milk Chocolate; next is a clear bottle: Palmerton? Sanitary; and last is a neat Wilson's Mello D Milk bottle. The Wilson's bottle has some wear on the red lettering, but not bad. It is the shortest one being 5.25 inches tall; others are 5.5 inch half pints. The cool metal rack looks pretty old, (it has a rust tinge), but it has a newer ceramic tile wired in the bottom; which looks like it was added by the previous owner. 2/13
Large antique iron cowbell. Large clapper; makes a loud sound. Riveting on both sides. It is 7 inches tall x 5 wide. Some rust residue, not bad. These look cute spray painted and hand decorated hung outside; or use for your indoor primitive display collection. 9/12scs
This old tin shaving mirror has bottom shelf compartment to hold combs or other grooming necessities. Condition: Some Paint lose, common on aged tinware but solid. Size: 8 inches wide X 11 inches high.
Large vintage wire dairy bottle carrier. Old item, but has many new uses! Can be used on the front porch to hold flower pots full of herbs! Or, as a table centerpiece with faux plants. The flower pots shown in the pictures are not included. This carrier stands 16 inches tall x 19 long x 10 wide. Holds 8 dairy milk bottles. It could also be spray painted any color you like and used in a powder room to hold rolled towels, or for your garden/potting shed! A decorator's delight! 6/12trcs+
This large handled basket was once used to go shopping. It has 4 coiled short legs. We believed it was made in England. Some lose of the original blue paint from age. Cross weave design. Perfect home primitive collectible to display full of flowers or/and perhaps Christmas collectibles during the Holidays . Condition; Some splint damage but still very solid - heavy well made. Measurements: Basket itself 7 in. high X 10 in. wide X 18 in. high. which does not include height of handle.
Found at a Pennsylvania Dutch Farm auction. It was hand painted years ago, Folk art work of flowers, leaves sprays and swirls. Condition: Some paint has flaked but the jug itself is in excellent condition with no physical damage such as chips, cracks or hairlines. Great antique country collectible. Size: 1 gallon
Vintage Sealtest Milk crate. Thick wood slats with metal sides. Good overall condition. One piece of bottom slat is worn off but this doesn't show because it is on the bottom. Great to store dairy bottles, or small washboards, etc. 1/12brcs
This fake egg is one of the those use by the farmer's by placing it in a nest believing it encourage the hens to lay. The pencil writing on this egg reads: Found Nov 12 1924 by Paul. Rare- hard to find. Condition: good - no damage but a little dirty. Can't clean it because original writing will be removed. Size: 1 1/4 long
Very cool quart milk bottle carrier. Plants not included, for display only. This carrier holds 8 quart size milk bottles. This type of carrier is harder to find. Great to showcase milk bottles, or put pots with plants in them! Or, add a variety of wine and give as a shower or housewarming gift! It is 12 tall x 15 long x 7.75 wide. Neat item for the front porch, kitchen, garden too! 7/11armcs
Six vintage dairy bottles and primitive wood carrier. The wood carrier and 2 of the bottles were were purchased from a farm estate. The other bottles are from another estate. 4 bottles are 3 cent bottles; one is a Sealtest; one is a Farmer's Delight. They all fit in this cute carrier. A nice country kitchen display! Just saw a similar item with only 4 bottles for $149 at an antique show! Why pay more? 10/10nhestcs
Large antique Orson Starr cowbell. c:1800's. Probably was made for a bull. Original black paint; handle is a bit irregular; raised name: 'O Starr #6'. It is 7.5 tall x 5.5 wide. Iron. No clapper so I improvised with an old leather string and antique fishing weight. You can find an on-line site that does replacement clappers, leave as is, or find a welder to make one. O Starr was located in Royal Oak, MI in the 1800's and he made these cowbells. Awesome accessory for a western or country themed abode! The red one in one of the pics has sold; this is the only O Starr left and they are extremely hard to find. 10/10mm#
Antique horse head hitching post. c:1800's. The real McCoy! Molded iron. Extremely heavy; some rust spots, and some missing paint spots, but overall condition is 'good antique'. Paint and metal is smooth, not grainy as the newer junk ones are. This had a piece of the wood post in it when purchased, but I had to remove it due to some creepy crawlies in it. It stands 11.5 tall x 8.5 long x post area is 4.5 wide. An awesome item for a western or country themed room! Or, use it outdoors in the garden on a wood or iron post! 10/10mm#
Cool little iron rack that holds 6 small 1/2 pint dairy bottles. The wood milk bottles in the carrier were purchased from a country farm house in MI, not sure if they are molds for dairy bottles, or what. If they were/are actual dairy molds, they are very rare. Plus, you get the vintage Country Store Frankenmouth linen kitchen towel. Makes a really neat kitchen display! 7/10antmc+11/10
Deco style, 6 sided black tole tray with cut out lattice work. The hand painted fruit designed is highlighted with gold gilding. Original tag attached to bottom reads: NASHCO. Condition: good with some light scratches. Size: 15 inches by 21 inches.
Cute wood egg basket and 2 vintage milk bottles and vintage linen towel. The basket is not vintage, estate sale item. One milk bottle is marked: Daily Creamery Co., other is plain: Dairy Container. The vintage linen towel is awesome! It features early American woodenware and doesn't look used; marked: By Hand. 4/10ant#3012
Vintage milk carrier and four antique Ball Mason jars and apron for sale. Cool metal carrier, holds 4 milk bottles or as here, 4 fruit jars. The fruit jars are aqua with zinc lids, good condition. Also a cute one piece apron with aqua and pink colors! If you are crafty you can covert the lids into soap/lotion dispeners which are all the rage now, see pic #6. 12/09brcs
Antique iron cowbell. It has seamed sides, rivets and folded over top side edge. Big clapper. Just the exterior copper like finish is worn. It is 4.25 tall x 3 wide. I like to use Howard's beeswax on these to spruce them up; it is a natural product that can be washed off. It cleans and protects from further rusting. A nice old bell to start a collection with! rofl1/09cs
Antique Sargent what I can make out reads: New Haven, Conn. (note the old State abbreviation on it). No. 14, Western. It has big iron clapper, big bell sound, riveted sides. It is 6.5 tall x 4 wide. I like to use Howard's beeswax on these to spruce them up; it is a natural product; it can be washed off. It cleans and protects from further rusting. Nice out in the garden cupboard or indoors on a shelf or primitive box/crate, etc.
Vintage hand painted iron cowbell. It is signed: Gayle Gilford Feller, Nashville, TN. The painting on this features a rural setting with barn, ladder, flower garden, colorful trees. Very nice detailed painting. Interior has some rust residue. Iron clapper. It is 5.5 tall x 5 wide x 3.5 deep. A very unique collectible item.
Large antique iron cowbell with original leather collar. The leather collar is very large; was likely for a big bull! Cowbell has riveted sides. It stands 6.5 tall x 4.25 wide x 3.25 deep. Big iron clapper. Very cool display item! (Picture #8 shows some of my other cowbells for sale herein). These old cowbells look great out in the garden cupboard too! You know you'd pay more for this item at a live auction! brncs3.07
Antique cow bell and collar. (small leather collar; was likely for a baby goat or lamb). The metal is likely bronze; possibly brass, but not cast iron, magnet doesn't stick to it. Good condition, stands 3 tall x 2.75 wide. Has small leather collar attached to it. Hard to find with the original leather collar! Very ecclectic item especially nice in a country, western or primitive style decor! #1669-ggau-2-07
Vintage cheese box, dairy bottles, kitchen linen. The Shefford Cheese Co. Wis. box is 11.75 long x 5 wide x 3.25 tall has old State abbreviation on it. You also get a vintage Martex kitchen towel and 4 dairy bottles. 11/10csest
Antique stoneware chick feeder. Hard to find unique item! Some books refer to them 'sanitary poultry fountains', or 'sanitary milk feeders'. It is missing the bottom stoneware pan, but I substituted an antique grey graniteware pan which looks good and works just fine. This chick feeder stands 9.25 tall x 7.5 wide across bottom rim. It has one noticeable glaze pop, and a tiny fleabite off middle rim; nothing major for an oldie like this! This feeder could be a McCoy, Zanesville, Monmouth, RRP, or any of the great old American pottery companies; they all made these.
Primitive wood egg crate. Has a hardwood handle and the top comes off to reveal the original cardboard egg cartons, (double egg cartons on two rows that will hold 48 eggs total I believe). And, there is a stamp mark on the wood when you remove the cartons, but by the time it took me to figure out how to get the top back on, I had forgotten what the name was! I think it said Oscoda, Michigan, (maybe Owosso, both towns are in northern MI). It is in good vintage condition and is 12.5 x 12.5 and is 7.5 tall. A great display item for your abode, or outside in the garden near a potting shed/cupboard!