Early American Decorating
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Pfaltzgraff Village Valance, Double Versa-Ties, Print by Pfaltzgraff. $49.99. The Village pattern has a classic Early American look that has remained popular for many years, and continues as a strong decorating style today. Double-layered valance displays two layers of coordinating Village fabric sewn together at the rod pocket. Keep the look streamlined by letting the top layer hang free or use the cloth and wood-bead ties to sway the top layer. 16" x 59". Valance has a 1 ...
Pfaltzgraff USA Folk Art Collection with it's warm earth tones of the 1970's inspired this interpretation of historic Pfaltzgraff salt-glazed crocks. Folk Art dinnerware has a classic early american look that has remained popular for many years, and today, continues as a strong decorating style. Folk Art is still today my personal favorite. Blue Floral Design On Tan Folk Art traditional pattern. www.etsy.com/...
Early American Kitchen Rich colors and hand-hewn textures define this Early American kitchen. Handcrafted cabinetry hides dinnerware and appliances. Soapstone counters, a tin backsplash, and an antique island complete the look. Read more: Kitchen Decorating - Ideas for Decorating Your Kitchen - Country Living
Inviting Dining Room: on the mantel sits a pineapple, an early-American symbol of hospitality. Read more: Holiday Decorating Ideas - Country Christmas Decorations - Country Living
The Yellowware Bowl Then: The Original ORIGIN American, early 1900s. ORIGINAL USE Potteries throughout the United States produced pressed, molded, or thrown mixing and serving bowls. These 3" to 18" diam. nesting bowls were clear-glazed to emphasize the natural pale yellow to dark mustard clay. Bowls were often decorated with bands.
Solar Punched Lantern from Gardener's Supply Company: A fun take on Early American punched tin lanterns Solar-powered; LED light inside creates a soft glow Place in full sun to charge Our version of this American classic punched tin lantern is made with a weatherproof material dyed to resemble aged bronze and perforated in a decorative flower pattern. Inside, one LED light provides a soft glow, powered by a solar panel on top. Folds flat for easy storage
Handcrafted, with ball-and-ring turning and traditional mortise-and-tenon joinery, this striking spindle bed pays homage to the homespun, decorative arts of early American craftsmen. Handmade from solid pine and finished by hand.
Coffee Maker/Keurig Maker Cover/Cupboard, w/Door - NEW-coffee maker cover, cupboard, wood appliance covers, primitive, country, early prim, early american decor, colonial decor,
A beautiful and early Bucks County Hanging Wall Cupboard by the hand of John Drissel. Original surface and decoration with great attention to details. The cupboard is signed "Catherine Stauffer, 1800". A matching cupboard is in the Ralph Esmerian Collection of The American Folk Art Museum.
Pook Pook January 11th 2008 Lot 150. Est: $5K - $8K. Realized: $11700. Montgomery County, Upper Salford Township, Pennsylvania sgraffito decorated redware plate, attr. to John Neis, early 19th c., the central tulip flower with perched bird within an inscribed border, 11 1/4" dia. For a similar example, see Garvan, The Pennsylvania German Collection, fig. 87. Esmerian, American Radiance. fig. 113a, pg. 149 pg. 446. Provenance: Descended in the family of Arthur Sussel.