Western Americana -Decor
Enjoy shopping for vintage/antique western furniture and decorating accessories/collectibles on this page. One may find some 1950's wagon wheel furniture or A Brandt Ranch Oak furniture or western bookends, western lamps, vintage cowboy boots( great for decorating or collecting) and other items of interest. Also, many quilts work well in a western decor and of course the camp Indian pattern blankets, like the Beacon blankets or Pendleton blankets.
Offering this hard to find color of an early, circa 1920's Oregon City Indian trade blanket. The colors of only black and grey with alittle white and having the original grey felted binding makes this blanket one of the more desired blankets made by Oregon City. I personally love this combination,,, so it may be a matter of choice in colors. The condition of this blanket is excellent, as blankets go , some might consider close to mint ,,, seeing a small moth spot as shown and looks like it was stored well for many years. Both sides of the blanket have a different look,, one of the charms of these blankets, having 2 in one. A fantastic collectors blanket and it displays so well and looks handsome on a wall or however one might want to dispay one. The wool blanket retains most of the Oregon City label in the corner, dating to it post 1920. There is a blanket like this in the book Language of the Robe by Bob Kapoun on page 97 and also one with this pattern in the book, Chasing Rainbows by Barry Friedman on page 140 upper right. It was noted that this pattern was featured in a 1925 catalog. This is like a black and white quilt,,, they are hard to find too....
Offering this fabulous childs 1950's vintage Cowboy Rocking Chair. The chair is in very good condition. It is 24 inches tall, 17 inches wide and 19 inches deep. Ready for that little buckaroo to grow up with. They are great decorating pieces too and fun to have when guest come over with children.. And wonderful for displaying that favorite teddy bear! Please note this is not A Brandt Ranch Oak furniture.
Offering this pair of 1950's leather childrens cowboy boots that have the patina of the time. Can't you just see a little buckaroo wearing these or a "town kid", that wants that first horse wearing these!! They have normal wear and use. Great to display. Original cloth pulls. At one time the inlay had been penciled in, and still shows on one of the boots. Looks like the other was removed, so sure the other can be also with some leather cleaner. Original soles.
Offering these neat childrens leather cowboy or cowgirl boots from the 1950's. They have nice double line stitching and there's flowers stitched in the uppers. They are in very good condition and show normal wear as boots from that time period, but great and still have so much life left. Also wonderful to display or add to collection of kids vintage boots. ( I have a small collection myself and love the way they look on a shelf) Original cloth pulls.
Offering this great western themed pictorial crib quilt from the 1950's, Round Up Time. Depicting 2 children and their horses at the ranch with their dog. The quilt is in very good condition and has been washed, so is ready to use and enjoy. All ahnd quilted at 6-7 spi. It is also hand embroidered and hand appliqued. The separate red binding is stitched on by hand. This was a 1950's kit quilt and was a very popular pattern. It took alot of work to finish one of these quilts. This was one of a pair, but selling separate.
Offering this great rare wool Capps Indian Trade blanket in the Flathead pattern.(One I have never owned in my trade blanket buying/collecting). This wool blanket is in very good/excellent condition, with just a few moth bites. The pattern is typical of the Capps style, being more simple and in bands. Colors of red, cheddar/pumpkin, green and cream. It has the original felt binding that is in very good condition also. The label is still in the corner, but unreadable. The blanket displays well and the size of 57x71 makes it a good one to hang or display in many ways. There's a blanket in the book , Chasing Rainbows by Barry Friedman on page 76 referencing this pattern in the 1911 catalog..(Wonderful book, I might add) Excellent blanket for a collection as I can't always keep the best!!! Oklahoma City, Ok. estate.
Offering this delightful vintage quilt, a pictorial of a young cowboy and cowgirl riding their horses and the dog and calf and other scenes depicting western life. Also in the corner with applique and some embroidery is a tepee and , in addition ot the cactus and fence, Indian child holding a pot and much more. The details are great. The quilt is in excellent condition. It is all hand quilted at a nice 8 spi. The applique is done by hand and nice embroidered accents of flowers and grass. This was a kit quilt from the 1950's with a theme so popular today too. The separate red binding is stitched on by hand. The quilt has had a bath so is ready to use and enjoy or display in so many ways.
Offering an original A Brandt Ranch Oak lamp that is partially cowhide covered, original, and has the original finial. The price, $225.00, is for one lamp and if both are available would sell both for $395.00. There is no shade with the lamps, but there is an image showing one with an old shade. The lamp is 18 inches to the bottom of the finial. Excellent conditon and works. Would look great on a night stand or desk and add some rawhide shades to finish the look.
This colorful Texas Lone Star quilt is in very good condition . Actually was unused and has had one washing. There is some very slight color bleed in 5 of the pumpkin diamonds and a small storage spot on the binding. Solids of pumpkin, green and pink on a white ground and a border of pumpkin , white and green with a pumpkin binding. The binding is put on by machine. The quilting is by hand at 7-8 spi. The diamonds are on the smaller scale and very nicely pieced. There is quilting in each diamond. The border has a cable-like quilting pattern. The quilt is clean and ready to use or display. Massachusetts
Chasing Rainbows: Collecting American Indian Trade & Camp Blankets (bk- 447) Author Barry Friedman with James Collins and Gary Diamond , photographs by Gary Diamond. This is a great book containing information regarding Indian trade blankets with lots of text and superb photographs. I personally recommend this book. This book is a favorite of many of the blanket collectors and has a wealth of information. Shipping media mail is included in price of _____ in the U.S. lower 48 states. Request total for shipping elsewhere.
A Brandt Ranch Oak Peg Lamp(f-325)- Circa 1950's. 29'tall. The condition of this lamp is very good. It has the original shade. The model number in the catalog is #1908. There are several of these lamps available, not all have shades.