AMERICAN HANGING CANDLE BOX. Mid 19th century, chestnut. Dovetailed with molded bottom board and shaped crest. Slant lift lid. Old worn red paint. Imperfections. 9.5"h. 16.25"w. Ex Margaret Brusher (Michigan). Estimate $ 100-300
$ 6200.00 Pennsylvania German ( Most Likely Lancaster County) , Paint Decorated ,100% Pure ,Hanging ,2 Drawer Lidded Candle Box, Is believed to the Finest known Surviving Example from the Early to Mid 1700's. The Pot and Flower Decoration is very reminecient Of the South East Pennsylvania German Blanket Chests From this Extremely Early Period. The Wood is American Walnut ,and the Case ,and Drawers are Well Dovetail- ~♥~.
Sold For $38,000 Jonas Weber, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, ca. 1840, painted pine dresser box, the lid decorated with a red tulip, the sides with tulips and the front with a red brick farm house flanked by trees on a yellow ground, with typical short bracket feet, retaining its original wire loop hinge and tin hasp, 4'' h., 6 1/4'' w., 3 1/2''