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All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Pre 1800 item #1215579 (stock #CL0069)
I've looked at many powder horns, but this one really appealed to me for decor or use! After consulting a "horned animal expert", he assured me that it must be hand made from the horn of a fighting bull...
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Culinary : Pre 1920 item #1126228
Complete matched set of heavy silver plate ice cream spoons are a most delightful addition to your family and entertaining dining...I'm thinking Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla at the moment! Yum! I personally have a similar set, and my friends often request Ice cream for dessert just so we can use the spoons! Not only is it rare to find these spoons, but even more rare in a perfect set of 12...
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Pre 1900 item #1034944 (stock #CL0058)
Perfect for a night at the opera, ballet or even birding, these opera glasses in original leather case was made by Lorenzo Suscipj in Rome circa 1840.They are black over brass and leather in a leather case with deep pink silk lining with gilded lettering signifing his optical engineering status. After much researching I learned that in Rome he devoted himself to engineering and building equipment for the first daguerrotype, with perfect precision...
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Culinary : Pre 1920 item #863896 (stock #M0046)
Most unusual silver plated tea strainer with an art decoesque round art plastic (bakelite?)handle. The black handle is the size of a quarter and is attached on the bottom with a tiny screw.. The photos show a yellow color which looks like wear, however it doesn't show in person.What a rare piece for your tea time pleasure!
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Sewing : Pre 1900 item #756350 (stock #CL0013)
For the love of Dogs! This Victorian collectible certainly looks like man's best friend. It has a glow that makes me think it's pewter rather than spelter. The old red velvet cushion seems to be original, and has been restitched with some of the original sawdust leaked out. I actually have the sawdust and will refill and stitch if you prefer. Such a fine addition to your dog or sewing implement collection! Thank you for visiting!
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Culinary : Pre 1910 item #752512 (stock #CL0022)
Such a great addition to your game dinner or for the hunter in your life! These 6 horn handled knives are unique and useful as well! The ferrules might be silver as often is the case. I've never seen any with the horn so highly polished. Quite collectible then and now! Feel free to inquire for additional info or photos. Thank you for visiting!
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Pre 1900 item #722123 (stock #M0037)
Floral and foliate motifs with singing birds cover this stunning Meridian silver plate piece, circa 1880. I gave it a light cleaning and it will absolutely glow with a good polishing. The touchmark is Meridian Silver Plate Co. Quadruple Silver Plate with their Lion logo and pattern #2319 1/2. The base ,which would hold ice to cool butter has prongs to hold a butter knife and the seperate pierced insert to hold the butter above the ice...
All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Pre 1920 item #693785 (stock #M0032)
This well worn coal scuttle appears to have served well in the past and can continue to provide a decorative and useful accent at your hearth! It has the original black tongs, and intact handles, and seems to have a double bottom to protect from hot coals. It's only adornment is the two simple lines of gilt at the top and bottom. Measures 15" tall X 11" across. Chippy paint and slight rust as shown in photos, but it is very solid and HEAVY.