Primitives Past

Primitives Past

Offering Early American Reproductions, Folk Art, and Accessories

Welcome!  My name is Pam Gill and I'm so glad you stopped by for a visit.  I've been making Early American folk art and primitives for several years now, too many to count.  I am self taught and am always learning something new and different to try in my creations.  I feel so blessed and honored to be a part of this talented group of artisans!

Please feel free and email me at primitivespast@gmail.com if you have any questions.  I accept check or money order.  You can also visit my website/blog at www.primitivespast.blogspot.com to view more of my creations.

 

Offering a small vintage wood bowl I painted blue about a year or so ago and have enjoyed displaying it but have now decided to sell it. It measures 7 1/4" at its widest point and is about 1 1/4" H. Asking $62 which includes shipping.
Found an old double ended hog scraper (not to be mistaken for a hog scraper candlestick) in one of my cupboards that inspired me to make a make-do pincushion. Got my inspiration for the pincushion from Schneeman Folkart. It is made from reproduction fabrics and the straight pins are painted with colors that compliment the fabric. It measures about 7 1/2" H and the base of the hog scraper is about 3 5/8" in diameter. Asking $85 which includes shipping/packagaing. Please click on the main image for an additional photo.