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Inglenook Antiques and Collectibles, established in 1989, operates from a quaint pre-1920's home in Lake Wales, Florida, open to the public. Situated at 3607 on the state-recognized Florida Scenic Highway, between Historic Bok Sanctuary and Legoland. We deal in most everything old: furniture, decorative accessories, glassware, porcelain, pottery, tools, books, kitchenware, and a multitude of other categories. We welcome special requests and want lists from our customers, and will do our best to maintain our reputation of excellent customer care. We also provide an on-site lamp repair service. Hours of operation are October 1-May 31: Tues thru Fri 10-4, Sat 11-4; June 1-September 30: Thur & Fri 10-4, Sat 11-4.. Other hours by appointment, call 863-678-1641.  Layaway & gift certificates available.  We accept PayPal,  as well as cash. Robin L. Carnill, Owner

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Cast iron griddle created as an advertising piece for the Ballard & Ballard Co. of Louisville, Kentucky, makers of pancake flour as pictured on the griddle...

$200.00

Lovely hand-painted blue and white ceramic plate, scene of a horse-drawn sleigh entitled Fetching the Christmas Tree . Made by Royal Copenhagen, Denmark for C...

$45.00

Ambrotype photograph of two men holding hands, and the seated one holding a bible. Came from the Craig family home in Lake Wales, Florida when is was demolishe...

$95.00

Pheasants in the Snow at Christmas 7 diameter ceramic plate. Made for Christmas 1970 by Bing & Grondahl, Denmark. Hand-painted blue & white winter ...

$35.00

Lovely old quilt in subtle earth tones, typical of the late 1800's, maybe earlier. Mostly cotton, with some wool. Measures 64 x 84 . Block pattern is composed...

$250.00

Very colorful and interesting quilt, with many whimsical fabric prints. Measures 69 x 83 . Includes banners in red, white and blue, and an occasional island s...

$175.00

Royal Winton jam jar, made between 1934 and 1950 in the Royalty pattern. Measures 3.25 h x 3.25 d. The decal is bright and clean, and the gold trim on the up...

$60.00

Beautiful teapot and stand, created by Bradley & Hubbard Mfg. Co. in New England. Stand is brass-plated iron, with very little sign of wear; measures 13.75...

$500.00

Porcelain snuff bottle with wrap-around dragon in relief. Turquoise blue glaze with some glitches and glaze skips. Jade stopper with attached spoon. 2 7/8 h wi...

$200.00

Phlebotomy bloodletting device from the American Civil War Era. Handheld fleam / fleem / phleem marked Evans / London , a company well-known for their medica...

SOLD

German porcelain 4-footed console bowl with brown & gold mums, leaves and lattice work. Marked Carstens Porzellan/Sorau/#16 , dates from 1899-1918. Beau...

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Sadler teapot #2085, aqua blue/turquoise with gold trim. Made in England, ca. 1950's. Hand-painted and blind marks on bottom. Known as the cube shape. Me...

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Sterling silver bon bon spoon in the Pierced Handle pattern, made by Manchester. Ca. 1951. Measures 5 l. Nice condition with no major issues. Sold as is....

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Ceramic Troubadour pattern mug, made by Villeroy & Boch of Luxembourg. Decorated with men, horses and bluebirds, surrounded by vining plants. Unknown d...

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Duncan & Miller Remembrance etched glass cocktail, pattern #5115. Dates from 1948 to 1953. Clear glass with floral etching. Measures 5 1/8 h. Nice co...

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Gold-filled pocket watch fob with initials F-L-T , for the Firemen & Locomotive Trainmen railroad association. Circa 1900. Pendant measures 3/4 squar...

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Hawthorn Mellody Dairy milk bottle from near Libertyville, Illinois (Lake County). Clear glass embossed, dates from 1930's-40's. Half gallon size, measures 1...

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Royale Dairy milk bottle from Chambersburg, Pennsylvania (Franklin County). Clear glass embossed with a crown, dates from the early 1900's. Quart size, measu...

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Spiral Curves: Searles Method technical booklet by E.H. McHenry, principle assistant engineer for the Northern Pacific Railroad. Undated, circa 1800's. Bl...

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