New York’s rich history and diverse mix of cultures make it a veritable treasure trove of collectibles. Check out some of these amazing discoveries from some of our past shows in the Empire state.
1863 New York Butter Churn
This butter churn originated in Havana, New York. It’s rare to find a piece of stoneware with such elaborate, free-form cobalt decoration, and on top of that it’s volume is quite large – six gallons. Value: $3,000
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