What's in YOUR Hutch?

Nancy Goodwin, Proprietor

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Goodwin’s Seacoast Antiques - My Hutch

Welcome to MY China Cabinet! I have been collecting china and glass for close to 20 years. My dining room hutch is decorated with transferware and other nice pieces. I also have a bow front china cabinet full of flow blue and mulberry. Plus a built in cupboard in my kitchen filled with yelloware, Johnson Brothers, Crooksville, and more. Most of my collection I have acquired from auctions. I hope you enjoy the pictures I have provided!

All of the items pictured on this page are my own personal collection, and are not for sale. Click HERE to see all that I have for sale!

Below is a picture of my rock maple hutch. This hutch originally belonged to my mother, she gave it to me when she moved from Massachusetts to Tucson. She purchased it new sometime in the 1960's.

And here's a closer look:

Here's a close up of the bottom shelf .. on the left a plate in the pattern CALIFORNIA by Wedgwood. In the center, TEMPLE, by Podmore Walker. On the right, FRUIT BASKET by Davenport. The two goblets are both Cambridge glass. The two cobalt blue sherbets are AMERICAN LADY by Fostoria. The cobalt blue low small bowl is Pairpoint. The pair of tall cut candle sticks toward the back are from Rumania. The gorgeous gorgeous etched pea vase is etched all around with lilly of the valleys .. and it IS gorgeous! A beautiful cut glass jug with stopper. The pretty covered candy dish with etched humming bird is, believe it or not, Avon. The pretty blue and white romantic transferware handleless cup and saucer have no maker's mark.

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Here are some close ups of the inside shelves ... on the first shelf, a green Russell Wright pitcher, which belonged to my grandmother. A small Edwin Knowles plate, a small mulberry plate, a colorful, small Herend vase, a Haviland creamer, an early 1800's child's cup that says "feeding the rabbit". A green ribbed wine glass, from Italy, mid 1970's. A beautiful Pairpoint cased glass vase with butterfly. Nice! Hidden behind the center frame of the hutch is a green glass cruet probably early American, and a Sandwich Glass cologn with a missing stopper. A mulberry Corean plate by Podmore Walker. A mulberry FLORA plate. An Early American Pattern Glass covered sugar. A knockout gorgeous (and one of my favorite pieces) transferware syrup by Ridgway. And a glass box which belonged to my husband's grandmother.

And on the top shelf, a Rowland and Marsellus flow blue Miles Standish plate, and a Rowland and Marsellus flow blue Mayflower plate. My collection of blue transferware pitchers and creamers - A Doulton Burslem milk pitcher, A Tree of Life creamer, a Buffalo China Blue Willow creamer, and an Allerton's Kenilworth creamer. On the other side, a Fairy Villa flow blue plate, a flow blue soup bowl made in France. A Royal Copenhagen vase in a Blue Onion pattern. A wonderful dark blue transferware handleless cup and saucer, from the early 1800's. And a dark blue transferware small vase in a floral pattern.

Here is a picture of my antique oak bow front china cabinet. My husband purchased this cabinet from an antique group shop in Nashua, NH.

On the top are two vases by Royal Copenhagen, a tall pressed glass compote, and a pair of gold rim etched wine glasses, I think may be early New Martinsville Glass. On the first shelf are my teapots - a red Johnson Brothers CASTLE, Myotts CHELSEA BIRD in red, and good ol' restaurant ware Jackson China Hummingbird with two matching tea bowls. On the second shelf, a Doulton Burslem textured jar with pierced cover, a beautiful, gorgeous (one of my favorite pieces) large flow blue bowl by Doulton Burslem with butterflies and irises, and a flow blue TEMPLE handleless cup and saucer, and in the background a pair of gold rim etched ice tea glasses possibly New Martinsville. On the next shelf, a mulberry GENOA handleless cup and saucer, a mulberry COREAN covered tureen, and a mulberry KEYBER handleless cup and saucer. On the next shelf, a flow blue VERMONT pitcher, a beautiful Ford and Sons flow blue covered vegetable, and a light blue transferware handleless cup and saucer. And, on the bottom shelf, a blue transferware oval Woods Ware veg bowl, a blue transferware veg bowl (missing it's cover) made by Allertons in the pattern Kenilsworth, and a flow blue Warwick China pin tray that belonged to my husband's nana.


E-mail me with any questions! nan@goodwinantiques.com

Thanks for looking!
Nancy Goodwin