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.

Painted this vintage wood bowl a distressed red for Valentine's Day. It measures 12" across. Please click on the main image for additional photos. Please note that the photo on the far right (with the white background) is not a picture of the bowl being offered. It's a photo of a red wood bowl I found on an antique website (Country Treasures) and I loved the color so I matched it as close as possible for the bowl being offered tonight. Asking $79.00 plus shipping.
This make-do pincushion sewing clamp is made from an old pestle and is painted a distressed blue. It measures 9 1/2 " long with the clamp screw fully extended, 7 1/4" without the clamp screw. It's 1 3/4" wide and the clamp opening is 1 1/2" high and 1" deep. The pincushion is made from 19th century reproduction fabric. Asking $42 plus shipping. Please click on the main image for additional photos.
I painted this measure that I have had in my collection, a distressed blue. It's approximately 7 1/4" round and 4" high. Asking $79.00 plus shipping. **Distressed Wood**