WROUGHT IRON DOOR LATCH
A decoratively wrought generously sized 18th century Suffolk type exterior door latch with spade terminals. It is in very good condition but lacks the thumb piece. The overall length is 16".
PAIR OF WROUGHT IRON STRAP HINGES
This is a pair of 18 or early 19th c. wrought iron strap hinges with spade ends. They measure 18" and 18 1/4" in length. There are slight variations in the nail hole arrangement but when placed on a door, this would not be readily noticed. I really think these were always used together.and were made as a pair.
They will fit a 1/2" pintle.
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This is an old double basin soapstone sink. The basins are nice and deep with each at 16". The exterior measurements of the sink are as follows: 48" wide or long from side to side, 24" a the widest point (the top) front to back, 17" at the narrowest point (the bottom) front to back, and 17 1/4" deep. The remains of a metal label reading made by Alberine are affixed to the front of the sink. The sink is displayed as we found it and it has a very dry surface as well as some chipping and wear. Soapstone can be oiled with mineral oil which totally changes the appearance by making the color deeper. Occasional reapplication is necessary but the oil soaks in and in time reapplication needed is as infrequent intervals. The stone used to make this sink is 1 1/4" thick. As you can imagine, this is a very heavy item. The buyer will have to arrange to pick this up at our location in Connecticut.
STAINED GLASS WINDOW
A colorful leaded and stained glass window dating to the late 19th - early 20th century. It is in very good condition with one tiny crack to one of the pieces. It measures 20" X 40". It is not framed with wood which means it would hang nice and straight over an existing window.
MID 18TH CENTURY CORNER CUPBOARD
A beautiful as found architectural barrel back corner cupboard from a Griswold, Connecticut home. The cupboard has a paint history with the most recent coat being an old grain paint and the original paint being Prussian blue. It could probably be taken down to the original surface if desired. It is in excellent original condition but for some missing pieces of moulding along the top and at some point the replacement of the lower H hinges with old box hinges. This is an extraordinary piece! The cupboard measures 86 1/2" tall not including the molding. It is 22" deep and 56" wide.
PAIR OF 18TH CENTURY BOX PEW DOORS
A really interesting pair of raised panel and spindle doors that came from an 18th century New England box pew. They are of pine and have a wonderful old red painted surface. Each measures approximately 19 1/2" X 38 1/2" with slight variation between the two. both are 7/8" thick.
Although they blend together, there is also a slight variation in the red color on each as can be seen in the photo. One of the doors was left unpainted on the back and the other was painted in a thin red wash. Although originally from a church, these would be work beautifully as bat wing doors to a kitchen or bar area.
18TH CENTURY CUPBOARD DOOR
I really wish I had the whole cupboard but unfortunately only the door remains. It was once the top door to an architectural cupboard. It has a beautiful unpainted surface and once had really nice large butterfly hinges also now missing. Although it has nice deep raised panels on both sides because it was a door and both sides were meant to be seen ,this architectural piece could also be used as a piece of a raised panel wall if you has the right spot for it. It measures42 5/8" X 32 3/4" and is 7/8" thick.
FOUR PANES ANTIQUE BULLSEYE WINDOW GLASS CLEAR
A group of clear bullseye glass window panes. there are two measuring approximately 7 3/4" X 7 1/8". These have minor chips to some of the corners. The tiny pane measures 4" X 3 5/8". The other large pane has concentric rings and a rough pontil. It is textured a bit overall. This pane measures about 7 3/4" X 7 1/8".