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Ohio Finds: Silver Percheron Trophies

These trophy vases were awarded to horses from Woodside Farms of Sandusky.

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Ohio Finds: 19th-century Ladle & Fork

The maker of these hearth utensils marked “Cy. Crites” and believed to be tied to the Crites family of Allen County is not completely clear.

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Ohio Finds: Peaseware Sewing Caddy

This sewing caddy, treasured by collectors across the United States, was made by David Mills Pease in Ohio during the second half of the 19th century.

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Ohio Finds! Charley Harper ‘Wedding Feast’ Serigraph

The Cincinnati artist is beloved for his minimalistic, nature-inspired works. The originals are pricey, but limited-edition prints of his work are more accessible.

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Ohio Finds: Charles William Duvall Painting

The Columbus-based artist known for his landscapes painted this depiction of a wooded stream in 1927.

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Ohio Finds: Woolson Coffee Box

This piece is typical of the wooden bins once found in general stores and small groceries.

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Ohio Finds: Zoar Garden Notebook

This personal notebook chronicles the work of Simon Beuter, who cared for the German Separatists community’s expansive garden.

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Ohio Finds: Miniature Blanket Chest

This circa-1830 chest with a distinct, thumbprint-like decoration is similar to ones crafted by Coshocton County makers.

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Ohio Finds: William John Edmondson Painting

A member of one of our state’s famous artistic families created this autumn landscape of rolling meadows.

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Ohio Finds: Squirrel Hunters Discharge Papers

After more than 15,000 civilians assembled in Cincinnati to defend the city against Confederate forces, Ohio Gov. David Tod recognized them for their service.

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Ohio Finds: John “Okey” Canfield Wood Carving

Birds were a favorite subject for the artist, with pieces ranging from traditional folk-art carvings to more outsider works like this one.

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Ohio Finds: Brass Surveyor’s Transit

Made by Henry Ware, who was born in Vermont in 1810 before settling in Cincinnati.

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Ohio Finds: Kenton Hardware Co. Nite Coach

This piece was produced during the 1920s, as the Kenton-based company began making toys alongside its functional cast iron products

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Ohio Finds: Mocha Ware with Blue Seaweed Design

East Liverpool potters made this porcelain during the second half of the 19th century.

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Ohio Finds: Tom Wesselmann “Blonde Vivienne” Print

Born in Cincinnati in 1931, Tom Wesselmann became internationally known for his pop art depictions of female nudes.

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Ohio Finds: Jewelry Store Trade Sign

This example of a unique form of advertising during the late 19th and early 20th centuries was once installed outside a Factory Street business in Canal Dover.

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Ohio Finds: Seymour Lindsey Paper Cutout

This framed paper cutting depicts an outdoor scene that includes a woman plucking peacock feathers.

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Ohio Finds: Levent Isik’s ‘Marble Game No. 2’

The Columbus-based artist crafted this piece using found objects. It is signed and dated 2003.

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5 Fall Finds in Grove City, Ohio

This Columbus suburb offers plenty of fun, from experiencing a family-friendly day at the farm to shopping for home decor to enjoying creative cocktails.

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Ohio Craft Beer 2018: Quirky Finds, Tours & More

Explore more fun breweries across the state (and get a preview of three set to open later this year).

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