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 charming Overall Bill or sometimes called Farmer Boy quilt that is an old favorite. The appliqued 1930's quilt is in good condition with some slight wear in some of the shirts fabric. It is all hand quilted at a nice 10 spi. The replaced vintage floursack binding is stitched on by hand. Looks great on a bed and the neat color of teal for the sashing really sets off the blocks. The quilt has been washed and is ready to use or display. Central Indiana
Sale Price: $250.00
Offering this vintage riata/ rope /lariat/lasso. It is braided rawhide and is 48 feet long. Not sure if this is Spanish, Mexican or American, but it does have the metal hondo ring. Nice patina and in good condition. Great piece for western or rustic decor and not real sure about actual use( like roping a steer or cow), but probably could be used! Look at the several images and you should be able to see how good it looks!
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 is an original Ranch Oak Step table.. model # 1894 in the A Brandt catalog. The top is 32"x17", and the upper tier is 15"x16" and the height is 14" and 21" to the top shelf. It is finished in the honey oak. It is in good condition and shows some use on the top side. A nice usable side table for a couch or next to a bed.
This Pennsylvania Double Irish Chain quilt is in excellent condition. Wonderful solids of cheddar, red and green. All hand quilted at 5-6 spi. Also looks to be hand pieced too. The quilt has had little use, if any as it showns no wear and doesn't appear to have ever been washed. The plaid backing goes well with this quilt. For the binding the back was brought forward to the front and hand stitched down. There is a couple spots of loss of the overdye color, as shown. It is possible a Pennsylvania Mennonite quilt and is from the Lancaster County, Pennsylvania area.
This A Brandt Ranch oak table is called the Brunch table and it is model #2906 noted by the original label on the underneath side, still attached. It is 25 " high, so it somewhat lower to the ground. This is a great breakfast or game table. Excellent condition. It is finished in the light oak stain.
This is an extra nice set of Ranch Oak Brunch chairs. Condition is excellent. The price is for the set of 4 of them. Light honey oak finish from circa 1950's. The original label is still uderneath one of them. It is model #3183 from the A Brandt Company Fort Woth, Texas.
This is an original A Brandt Ranch Oak corner table in excellent condition. It is in the light honey oak finish. Look at the images for details. It still has the original label underneath which shows it is model #2801.
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
This wool Pendleton Indian shawl is in excellent condition. Ready to enjoy or display. Colors mostly red with bands
having some greens and soft oranges. This is a banded blanket with a good geometric pattern in the bands. An attractive
black fringe finished off the blanket. The original label is still attached. This it the label that has a wide date
range, but I feel it is from the 1940's. The blanket has a very nice flat wool "hand". It is a Beaver State by
Pendleton. A colorful blanket.
Offering this wool Oregon City Indian trade blanket in good condition. A good pattern that has the resemblance of
cattle brands and a geometric pattern. This is one not often seen. Colors of greens, browns and taupe with the original
felt binding. There is some wear on the binding and a couple minor mends in the blanket that blend well. The old label
is on the corner, as shown. A circa 1920's blanket. There is a blanket with the same pattern in Barry Friedman's book
Chasing Rainbows on page 158. The blanket displays well and I can just visualize it in a cabin or draped over a chair
This popular piece of the Ranch Oak line is great to use and has the detailed horseshoe carving on the legs. This
adds alot of character to the piece. Light oak honey finish, good condition. 48x48 inches across, when leaves are down
only 9 inches across. 30" tall. There is some old masking tape residue on the bottom of a couple of the legs. Nice
finish on the top too.
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 $72.00 in the U.S. lower 48 states. Request total for shipping elsewhere.
A Brandt Ranch Oak Table(1) & Cactus Chairs (4)- This is a nice set of the 4 cactus carved ranch oak original chairs
and a ranch oak table. The top of the table is 36x36 inches. The finish is the honey oak. The 5 pieces are priced as a
set at $1200.00.
If desiring to buy the table alone, it will be $600 and the 4 chairs will be $800.00. Located on the north side of
Atlanta , Ga. Buyer to assume all delivery charges. Please contact if interested.
Beacon Blanket with Original Label(b-361)- Circa 1930's, Size 65x75. The condition of this blanket is very good with
just a handful of the fringe gone, about 5 strands. A handsome plaid cotton blanket of green ,deep chocolate brown ,and
cream and a touch of red. Original Beacon label still attached. Displays well.
A Brandt Ranch Oak Furnitue Gun Cabinet Case(f-354)- Circa 1950's. Size is 46"wide, 15" deep, 27" high. The condition of
this A Brandt Gun Cabinet base or also called the cabinet case is very good. It has been refinished. It is more a deep
oak color.It does not have the top case. I thought it was a small buffet when acquiring it years ago. It would make a
good accessory piece as it's not too big. Great for an entrance, bathroom, rec room, possibilities are endless. One
might even have the top that goes with it. In the RO catalog this is stock #1893.
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. Price
will vary if there's no shade.
A Brandt Ranch Oak Side Table(f-266)- Circa 1950's, size top 15x25, 22" high, catalog #1875. The condition of this table
is very good. Original finish is the light oak and used lightly. Sturdy and ready to use.
Pendleton Indian Trade Blanket- Browns, red, green(b-225) Circa 1920-30's, size 63x79. This wool Pendleton blanket is in
excellent condition and has a pattern I cannot find the name of. Very different. It has the original label frame and
some threads. Also the origianl felt binding is in very good condition. Colors of browns, with some reds, greens, camel,
etc. Hangs and displays great. No shrinkage. A nice trade blanket for a collection.
Sale Price: $650.00
Early Lady and Horse Advertising Tray- Circa 1920's, size 13x16 inches. This great looking tray is in good condition.
Beautiful Victorian lady with her horse. Advertising piece. E.L. Kecklay & Son The Merchants It's a good place to
Sale Price: $290.00
A Brandt Ranch Oak End Table (f-173) This original piece of A Brandt Ranch Oak is style number 2863 in the Ranch Oak catalog. The condition is very good. It still has the original label on the underneath side. A 2 tier table in the acorn finish. Get this one now at a good price!