Z134 New England 19th century eleven drawer Apothecary, in old blue paint,wonderful drawer lay out, all drawers are square head nail construction, the case is one board construction, all the original knobs, circa 1840 -1850 18" wide x 13 3/4" tall x 9" deep
19th century Pennslyvnia Drysink with original wonderful worn dry blue paint, with two panel doors which are mortised and pegged, naturial patina interior, solid board ends with a cut out foot, dovetaile well. circa 1820 48 1/2" wide x 21 1/2" deep x 38 1/4" tall. From Country Treasures Antiques
Three Painted Boxes, New England, 18th and early 19th centuries, the largest of dovetail construction, the smallest box with dome-top decorated with a six-point blossom, wd. to 35, ht. together 30 in. Provenance: Blossom-decorated box from Pam Boynton, 1977.
Paint-Decorated Pine Candle Box - Lot 696 from July 2012 Auction Probably American, second half 19th century, pine throughout with cut nail construction, single dovetailed drawer and heart-pierced handle, traces of original paint, 10-1/2 x 4 x 7 in. Estimate $200 to $300