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SHAKER FANCYWORK KNIFE BASKET MOUNT LEBANON, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1880
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RARE AND IMPORTANT SHAKER BASKET
LEBANON, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1870
One of the finest Shaker baskets in existence, this classic Mount Lebanon "fancy twilled tub" basket features a twilled bottom which is possibly ... [more like this]
SHAKER KITTENHEAD BASKET WITH LID NEW LEBANON,
NEW YORK, CIRCA 1820
This rare and early Shaker basket has survived in mint condition. Ash splint. Height 4 inches, diameter 5 inches
Found in New Hampshire; ... [more like this]
SHAKER FANCYWORK KNIFE BASKET MOUNT LEBANON,
NEW YORK, CIRCA 1880
Of the thousands of fancywork baskets produced by the Shakers at Mount Lebanon during the nineteenth century, their inherent fragility has resulted in ... [more like this]
CLASSIC SHAKER APPLE BASKET
NEW YORK, CIRCA 1850
A classic example of the baskets made in some quantity at new Lebanon for use in the orchards.
Ash splint with hardwood handle.
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ENFIELD, CONNECTICUT, CIRCA
Ash splint with hardwood handle.
Height over handle 8 inches, length 11 ½ inches, depth 8 inches
William F. Winter;
To his nephew, David ... [more like this]
SHAKER "CARRIER" BASKET
NEW LEBANON, NEW
YORK, CIRCA 1850
A rare survivor in pristine, unused condition. This exceptional example exhibits the best features of Shaker basketry, including a shaped handle, cross-lapped ... [more like this]
Five Woven Splint Baskets, America, 19th
century, some possibly Shaker-made, a round-over-square fruit basket with upright handle, the initials "EAD" stenciled on the handle, reportedly from Mt. Lebanon, New York; ... [more like this]
SHAKER TATTING BASKET NEW LEBANON, NEW YORK,
Ash splint with rich brown patina and original tatting contents. Height 6 ½ inches, width 3 ½ inches square
The Collection of Suzanne ... [more like this]
SHAKER GATHERING BASKET. North Lebanon, New
York, 19th century. Finely woven with copper nailed rim and good patina. 6"h. 18"d. Descended in the family of a Lexington, Kentucky doctor who admistered to the Shakers ... [more like this]
Shaker Small Fancy Woven Splint Basket, Mount
Lebanon, New York, c. 1880, rectangular form, the bent upright handle with single carved notch to accommodate the rim, with flat surface on top and curved on the underside ... [more like this]
Shaker berry basket, Mt. Lebanon community,
6”dia x 4.5”h, very good condition ... [more like this]
SHAKER CARRYING BASKET. Mt. Lebanon, New
York, late 19th century, bentwood. Four fingers with copper tacks and a swing handle. Lined with pink cloth. 4"h. 11"w. Edward and Faith Andrews (Massachusetts). ... [more like this]
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