Large antique E. Murdock & Co. country kitchen pine pantry box with original brown wash finish. 19th century. Amazing original condition. No cracks, repairs and never waxed. The stamp on the lid is difficult to read from natural wear. Measures 9.75 inches across and 5.75 inches high. E. Murdock & Company was founded by Elisha Murdock in 1834. Murdock was from Winchendon, Massachusetts, a small town outside of Boston. He was the third child of Ephraim and Zibah Murdock. He was born on August 27, 1802.
Antique ship captain's ebonized roll top lap desk circa 1850. Excellent original condition. The tambour roll functions perfectly. Brass mountings, cut glass inkwell and original key. Measures 12 inches wide, 10 inches deep and 7 inches high.
Antique English cased glass humidor. Perfectly fitted in its original octagon mahogany box with banded inlay. Mid 19th century. Excellent condition, no chips or breaks. The lock is working with the original key. The case measures 8.25 inches high and 6.25 inches across the top. The panel-cut glass humidor is 7.25 inches tall and 4.25 inches across and retains its original stopper.
Set of 5 nesting Shaker style pantry boxes signed Schmitt and dated 1997. Hand made from perfectly matched tightly grained American cherry boards. Exact reproductions of Shaker community originals with long finger joints and copper nails. The graduated boxes measure: 8.75 x 3.5 inches, 7.5 x 2.75 inches, 6 x 2.25 inches, 5 x 1.75 inches, and 4 x 1.5 inches. Like new.
Antique pearwood treenware covered apothecary container with hand cut screw on top c1880. Attributed to S Maw, Son & Thompson, 7-12 Aldersgate, makers of chemist and pharmacy equipment, they have items displayed in the science museum, London. Excellent condition. Measures 3.25 inches high by 3.25 inches wide. Hand turned on a lathe by a master woodworker. Excellent condition, no cracks or repairs.