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.

 

HAVEN'T HAD ANY PROBLEMS BUT AS A REMINDER, PLEASE READ ALL  DESCRIPTIONS AND VIEW ALL PHOTOS BEFORE LETTING ME KNOW YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING.  ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

The design on this bread board was inspired by a blanket chest painted by Johannes Spitler (1774–1837), Shenandoah County, Virginia c. 1800, an American painter of furniture. The bread board measures 15 1/2" H, 17" W, 3/4" thick. Please click on image to view an additional photo. Asking $295, which includes shipping.
We made this sewing clamp from a vintage pestle. I finished it with a worn stained finish. The pincushion fabric came from an antique quilt. It measures about 4 1/2" long, 1 3/4" high (without the clamp) and the clamp opening is around 13/16". Please click on image to view an additional photo. Asking $68, which includes shipping.