“Cherishing our Heritage”

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Pat and I have been collecting, restoring and selling antique and vintage home furnishing for many years.  Here are photos of several miscellaneous pieces in our collection. 

Note:  If interested in possibly purchasing items marked  "For Sale", please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or text/call 618-524-7590 for more information and to arrange a time for viewing in our home.  All sales are final and for pickup only. 


Price $115
Fully restored vintage 10-inch single row tambourine with single row 14 metal jingles.  This wooden tambourine offers great patina.   Drum head tightness is made possible by adjustable screw clamps as shown in the photo. 

Price $295
Carved Wood Pediment Ornate Overdoor Architectural Spindle. 

A repurposed solid oak antique 1921 Singer sewing machine cabinet with restored Victor Victrola phonograph. 

Antique English brass bound and inlaid mahogany lap desk, circa mid 19th century.  Has a fitted interior with two felt-covered writing surfaces.  Currently being used as a jewelry box. Fully restored in order to repair structural issues.

Vintage English Oak & Biscuit Ice Barrel Porcelain Shield.

Vintage English Oak & Biscuit Barrel with Porcelain liner and Shield.

Antique Old English Oak Barrel Ice Bucket/Biscuit Jar.

Antique Tiger Wood Oak with Silverplate BISCUIT BARREL JAR.


Antique 1871 Wood Walnut Toilet Vanity Mirror Dresser Swivel Drawer Makeup.  Recently restored including replacement of the original badly deteriorated mirror glass.  One of the oldest pieces in our collection.

Price $285
Restored antique Eastman Kodak amateur printer that has been "repurposed' as the base for a table lamp.  This was a contact printer for negatives up to 3x5 inches in size.  It has an internal safe light and built-in printing frame with adjustable masks. These contact printers were frequently used to mass-produce postcards in the 3 1/4-inch by 5-inch size at up to 300 cards per hour. Using a contact printer in this way could provide an extra source of income for an industrious photographer.  The wooden printer measures 11 1/4" L by 8 1/4" H and 7 3/4" W. These printers started being manufactured in 1914. The printed up to 3 3/8 X 5 1/2 inches and have a built- printing frame with adjustable masks and internal safe-light. When plug in the light bulbs do work and top metal bar works. When you push the bar down it hits a button and a white light bulb does light. The printer and the folding platen on top that holds the film and paper in place by way of the locking switch on the left. A small shaft protruding through the upper left is depressed to switch the safelight off and the white light on. The orange window on the side is removable and laminated orange paper as a safelight media.   Note: this is a display piece only and not currently operational.

Victor-Victrola Talking Machine VV-IVa Phonograph Record Player 1904. 

Price $555
Silverplate silent butler, crumb catcher MAJOR AB ADVERSIS

Very old sled (European import).


 Price $285
Vintage partially restored antique Columbia Graphophone desktop phonograph record player.   This incomplete piece is missing the sound reproducer and hand-wound motor crank.  As such, it has been repurposed as a unique table lamp as shown in the photo. The front louvers open and close.   The mahogany wood is fully restored to as new condition. The base measures 13" x 14".   

Price $125
Antique wooden dough bowl 

Iron wall hanging.

Another iron wall hanging.

Hand-made quilt stand with wooden pegged construction.

Price $25
Vintage Wooden Hanging Match Holder by Woodpecker Wood Ware -Japan -Hand Painted. 

Scandinavia imported antique primitive folk art rosemaling painted wooden pitcher jug 6.25" diameter and 10.25" high.

Price $135
Antique Primitive Brown Stoneware Crock Vase 6.75" high, 3.75" diameter.


Antique framed Navy photo.

Antique framed Charles Wysocki I hope your Seas Are Calm Limited Edition S/N With Certification. 

Price $85

Price $155
Small vintage English oak tray with handles adorned with brass corner inserts.

Price $95
Authentic Jade tree purchased in Hong Kong in the early '70s during one of 9 Pacific deployments Don completed while in the Navy.

A vintage gilded frame and older print.

H. Kalish 9" Statue Realism Signed Bronze Men & Women "LA DANSE" D'apres Renoir.

Older wood frame with Coca-Cola advertisement print.

Price $115
Refinished oak pediment. 

Child's bank (reproduction)

Cast bronze "Bucking Bronco".

Two Fine Handcrafted Porcelain Lladró® figurines.

 Price $135
Antique Pyrography Wooden Oval Tray • Signed Hand-Painted Art • Floral 15-1/2 inch.

Price $40
Black cast iron tea kettle.

Price $180
Walnut and glass serving tray.

Price $65
Store scale (reproduction).

Large and heavy ceramic candle lit urn (not an antique but a very special piece)

Revolutionary War 18th Century brass Georgian dinner Servant bell with wood Handle.

A handmade wooden box which is now serving as a resting place for the ashes of our departed Golden Retriever "Pfeil".

Price $45
Collectible candle holder which was given to Don from his Mom.

Hammered copper pans.

Replica car including functional steering system.

Price $285
Rare wooden mouth harmonica tuning pipe. 

Antique Ukelin instrument 1923 manufactures Advertising Co, serial # 5714.

 Price $130
A restored "Silvertone" clarinet with the original case.

Slag glass desk lamp.

Reproduction finial on walnut wall mounted shelf.

Pair of 9 inches tall cast metal "Brutalist style" sculptures... one of a woman playing the flute and the other of a man playing the cello.

Rare antique metal "stand-up" picture frame with frameless scalloped glass insert.  note: the photo is of Don's ancestors. 

Reproduction cast iron rooster.

A repurposed vintage wood box.

Reproduction brass centerpiece.

Pair Vintage Arts & Crafts Turned Wood Candle Holder Candlesticks with battery operated LED candles. 

Reproduction vintage replica convertible with working steering system.  Those were the days :>)