FURNITURE WITH A PAST.
Stone House Antiques Center offers you many wonderful painted pieces of furniture.
Each piece is carefully hand painted in VOC-Free Milk and Chalk Paints and hand rubbed with Bees Wax and Polish. These Reclaimed Furniture pieces are individually refinished in Stone Cottage Workshop Studio located in Hunterdon County New Jersey.
Come see what we have today. New pieces each week.
Mid Century Brutalist Sculpture
Brutalist was a movement that flourished from the 1950s to the mid-1970s, descending from the modernist movement of the early 20th century.
In its ruggedness and lack of concern to look comfortable or easy, Brutalism can be seen as a reaction by a younger generation to the lightness, optimism, and frivolity in the 1930s and 1940s.
Brutalism was posited not as a style but as the expression of an atmosphere among architects, artists and designers of moral seriousness.
Mid Century sculpture is on the top of the design charts for 2015 once again. This awesome piece won’t last long.
Come check out everything that Stone House has to offer for all your design needs.
Pennsylvania Redware Pottery signed by Thomas Stahl 1938 and fired in a wood fired kiln.
These are very nice examples and rare PA Powder Valley Leigh County PA pottery.
Powder Valley in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, once served as the home of three generations of redware potters - Charles, Thomas and Isaac, and Russell Stahl and artist Carrie Stahl Schultz. Redware, a specific type of low-fired, porous earthenware, received its name from the distinctive color of the native clays which the potter dug, processed, and turned on the potter’s wheel. Redware was an important Pennsylvania German product, first as a utilitarian ware and later as a decorative art. Powder Valley, named for the early gun powder mills along the Indian Creek, provided three key ingredients to the potting industry: wood to fuel the kiln, distinctive and attractive veins of red clay, and an abundance of markets. The Stahl family operated a pottery off and on for approximately 100 years.
These and many more interesting rare pieces are available at the Stone House Antiques Center.
Three little pigs and more!
Our dealer Doris Dixon imports these metal animals from Mexico. They’re made from recycled metal containers and transformed into little beings. Each animal has a personality and individual look, no two alike. Doris hand pics these pieces, so that each one is special.
Add some whimsy to your world with a one of a kind unique recycled metal creation.
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