American antiques

Mary de Buhr Antiques

 

Dear friends and fellow collectors,
The garden has awakened here in Downers Grove! This afternoon it was sunny and 43 degrees and I couldn’t resist going to the garden to explore. Much to my surprise, I found these yellow winter aconites next to the barn. The daffodil greens are up, so I should have homegrown daffies for the MIDWEST ANTIQUES AND ART SHOW in Cedar Rapids, IA on April 7. We’ll all be ready for you at the Hawkeye Downs Fairgrounds at 10:00 AM.  Look for me in booth 15, directly across from the entrance to the show. I’ll be offering......
 
FURNITURE 
A FABULOUS PAINTED 2 door CHIMNEY CUPBOARD
Long, low bucket bench
Scrubtop one drawer NE worktable, with original painted base
Shelves 
Two matching painted doors from an early NY home
A one door hanging cupboard
Painted bucket bench 
FOLK ART
DucK and goose decoys
A dove decoy
A cow weathervane
A carved whale 
Painted toy rocking horse
Nest of 4 early baskets that have always been together, made by the same hand
A Native American carved fencepost totem pole! (Fresh to the market from a 40 year collection)
 
ACCESSORIES 
EARLY American treenware (kitchen items made from a tree)
Stoneware jars with decoration and makers names from PA and WV
Lampshades covered with early American woven wool fabrics
An early, all wood velocipede, EX Robert Thayer collection 
Boards, benches, and pantry boxes
American treenware plates, bowls, and trenchers
Pewter basin and a PAIR of 9 1/2” pewter plates
Early wool blankets, and quilt, 
Painted peg rack 
AND SO MUCH MORE
The list is growing! 
If you read MAD, (Maine Antiques Digest), perhaps you saw and read a full page article in the current April edition entitled “The frenzy for fresh to the market.” I read this article with much interest because I have recently had the RARE opportunity to actually purchase antiques from 2 private collections “that have been out of sight” for 25-40 years! That’s right, and I’m feeling extremely lucky and grateful for the opportunity! I will offering these fresh to the market items throughput the year at various shows. 
After Midwest Antiques Show in Cedar Rapids, IA (recently added to my show schedule)
LOOK FOR ME AT:
Simple Goods Antique Show in OH
Heartland Antiques Show in IN
Americana Celebration in Concord, NH
 
 
See you there! 
Mary de Buhr 
630-985-9449

 
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