May 7: Current antique prices
Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions.
Kitchen, chocolate mold, three Dolly Dingle dolls, hinged, signed "Weygandt," 10 inches, $35.
Telephone, candlestick, polished brass, cylindrical stem, domed base, hard-rubber earpiece, marked "Western Electric," "Pat. Jan 26 15," 11 1/2 inches, $95.
Doorstop, country cottage, cast iron, painted, arched doorway, three windows, raised shingle roof with dormer, red chimney, red and yellow flowers growing up sides, c. 1930, 5 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches, $155.
Box, humidor, mahogany, dovetailed construction, metal lining, hinged lid, label, Benson & Hedges, 12 3/4 x 25 inches, $210.
Jewelry, charm bracelet, dogwood flower, rope-twist chain, sterling silver, marked, Tiffany & Co. and 925, 7 inches, $300.
Sewing box, made by sailor, wood, carved, spool holder top, drawer, whale ivory and whalebone knobs, spool picks and decoration, 19th century, 11 x 9 1/2 inches, $375.
Furniture, desk, plantation, Sheraton, cherry, red stain, cupboard top with two paneled doors, hinged writing surface, drawer, turned legs, 1800s, 77 x 35 inches, $435.
Basket, Nantucket, round, vertical bent wood slats with horizontal weave, rolled base and rim, hinged wooden handle, remnants of tag for Ferdinand Sylvaro, early 20th century, 8 x 8 inches, $1,065.
Game board, parcheesi and checkers, two-sided, wood, inlaid squares, diamonds and stars, made by a sailor, Maine, c. 1890, 16 1/2 x 16 1/4 inches, $1,625.
Sevres, porcelain, vase, stems and leaves, swollen shoulder with raised berries, blue, green and orange, textured white ground, pinched-and-flared neck, marked, 1901, 10 x 5 inches, $2,750.