Dating wood furniture dove staple

Y132 Late 19th century Gathering Basket with the original green paint,with double wrapped rim, and a steamed and bent and notched handle, beautiful dry paint, One small break in bottom, very well made, heavy and tight woven.

D200 19th century twelve tin mid Atlantic painted pine Pie Safe, (circa 1840) with punched architectural tins panels, retaining an old red paint. Hancock would carve the birds and then Hudson would paint them in order to stay on top of their commissions. D186 19th century German hand painted polychrome bride's box .

the interior of the cupboard is old natural patina, simple cut out feet, single paneled door over a single door SOLD L276) Found in Lancaster Pennsylvania still retains it old mustard paint showing great wear to the paint on the drawers and door.

It has two drawers which are dovetailed, and two doors with inset panels, and a nice high foot, with a cut out design.

Solid body that was a gunning decoy Ira Hudson was born in 1873 in Maryland but he grew up in Delaware.