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The American Farmhouse exists over several centuries so it is hard to pick items that work specifically in one house at one particular time.  We have chosen to represent the items that would be appropriate in farmhouses from around the 1920s to the 1950s (although several of these items could and are still in use today in today's farmhomes that are decorated with a "time gone by" feel).  For an older, more rustic farmhouse also view the "Colonial" catagory for some items that would work in that style decor as well.  The items in this catagory are here as a loose guide - We are not experts with regards to historical accuracy so if you see a piece of furniture or accessorie here that you are certain did not exist in the 1920s - 1950s, please email us so we may correct the error!  Thank you!




Product Image Item Name- Price
Linda Sue Handpainted Milk Can

Linda Sue Handpainted Milk Can

Artist signed, handpainted milk can. (HEA-I17116)
$18.00

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Bucket w/Milk

Bucket w/Milk

Wood bucket filled with "milk". (HEA-I14921)
$3.50

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3-legged Milking Stool

3-legged Milking Stool

(HEA-I13327)
$2.00

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Pecking Hen, White

Pecking Hen, White

(HEA-I14729)
$6.50

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Bucket, Wooden Aged

Bucket, Wooden Aged

(HEA-I7725)
$3.50

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Sickle

Sickle

(HEA-I3286)
$3.25

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Mini Hay Bales

Mini Hay Bales

(HEA-I1112)
$2.75

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Cranberry Scoop

Cranberry Scoop

Makes a wonderful New England flair wall decoration. Invented in the 1890s and experiencing it's "heyday" until the 1950s when machinery was invented...
$20.25

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Watering Can, Aged

Watering Can, Aged

(HEA-I3285)
$6.75

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Blue Sponge Mug Holder

Blue Sponge Mug Holder

Four mugs and a metal wire holder. Blue Sponge or Spatterware has been around since before the 16th century. Typlically the Spatterware style was...
$2.50

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