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Embroidered Pin Cushion;  Lovely embroidered silk on silk pin cushion, American or English, circa 1800, with different floral motif on each side. (Minor loss.) Dia. 2"; Ht. 1 3/4"
Offered by: Samuel Herrup Antiques
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Signed Hingham Piggin;  Rare painted 2-color piggin signed by the maker Caleb S. Hersey, Hingham, MA, circa 1820-1860.  Stamped on the bottom, "C.S...".  Inscribed in pencil on the bottom: ..
Offered by: Samuel Herrup Antiques
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Painted Buttock Basket;  Unusual painted small buttock basket, probably New England, mid-19th Century.  Very good condition.
Offered by: Samuel Herrup Antiques
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Painted Box;  Maine painted and decorated table-top box with original paint, probably Maine, circa 1820-1840.  (Hinges replaced; chips to paint.)  Ex. Ray Cox.  Ht. 2 1/2"; W..
Offered by: Samuel Herrup Antiques
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Nautical Mirror;  Small American inlaid mirror, stained pine, probably sailor made, circa 1860-1880, with applied half-spindle elements and inlaid corner blocks.  Original backboard.
Offered by: Samuel Herrup Antiques
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Burl Scoop;  American ash burl scoop, late 18th or early 19th Century.  Excellent form and old color.  L. 19 1/2".
Offered by: Samuel Herrup Antiques
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Pearlware Child's Dishes;  English pearlware small dishes, circa 1820-1850, with transfer decoration and raised molded borders.  Diameters from 3 1/2" x 6 1/4".  Ask for details.  
Offered by: Samuel Herrup Antiques
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Miniature Redware Jug;  Rare 2-tone green miniature jug, New Hampshire or Maine, circa 1840-1860.  (Minor chip to lip.)  
Offered by: Samuel Herrup Antiques
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Maine Redware Jug;  Fine glazed redware jug, Southern Maine, circa 1860.  (Base chips; slight glaze blistering.)
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Maine Redware Jug;  Excellent spotted redware jug with manganese spots on a raspberry ground, perhaps made by Porter Pottery, Wiscasset, Maine, circa 1860.  (Base chips; glaze "fry" to one s..
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