John Gallo Antiques - Fine Country and Primitive Antiques, Yellow Ware,  Wood Carvings, Folk Art, Stoneware, Pottery and More.

John Gallo Antiques - Fine Country and Primitive Antiques, Yellow Ware, Wood Carvings, Folk Art, Stoneware, Pottery and More.

John Gallo Antiques - Fine Country and Primitive Antiques, Yellow Ware,  Wood Carvings, Folk Art, Stoneware, Pottery and More.

John Gallo Antiques - Fine Country and Primitive Antiques, Yellow Ware, Wood Carvings, Folk Art, Stoneware, Pottery and More.

From the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, Williamsburg, VA, 2004 Schimmel Exhibit

From the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, Williamsburg, VA, 2004 Schimmel Exhibit

From the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, Williamsburg, VA, 2004 Schimmel Exhibit

From the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, Williamsburg, VA, 2004 Schimmel Exhibit

Collection of Andrea S. Keogh Works of Art, LLC; above right: Edgar Alexander McKillop, Squirrel, 1928-1935, carved walnut, ivory and glass. Philadelphia ...

Collection of Andrea S. Keogh Works of Art, LLC; above right: Edgar Alexander McKillop, Squirrel, 1928-1935, carved walnut, ivory and glass. Philadelphia ...

Chalkware Squirrel

Chalkware Squirrel

Given away at the Conrad Weiser show for customer appreciation.

Given away at the Conrad Weiser show for customer appreciation.

Cat with yellow ball.  Private collection.

Cat with yellow ball. Private collection.

Weather vanes (‘Vane’ - Old English meaning ‘Flag’) have been around for a long time.  Weather vanes have been used as early as the first century B.C. and the oldest on record was a bronze sculpture built by Andronicus in Athens. The weather vane in the picture is from America and dates to the late 19th century. The depiction of the Greek goddess Pheme, with its beautiful natural patina would make a wonderful statement piece of sculpture inside or outside the home. #sundaymorningwithsc…

Weather vanes (‘Vane’ - Old English meaning ‘Flag’) have been around for a long time. Weather vanes have been used as early as the first century B.C. and the oldest on record was a bronze sculpture built by Andronicus in Athens. The weather vane in the picture is from America and dates to the late 19th century. The depiction of the Greek goddess Pheme, with its beautiful natural patina would make a wonderful statement piece of sculpture inside or outside the home. #sundaymorningwithsc…

Sold $400  Folk art sheet iron squirrel weathervane eating nut perched on round iron "branch". Appears to retain its original gray and brown paint. Excellent condition. Early 20th century. 21"L x 9"H.

Sold $400 Folk art sheet iron squirrel weathervane eating nut perched on round iron "branch". Appears to retain its original gray and brown paint. Excellent condition. Early 20th century. 21"L x 9"H.

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