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Antique Maple Sugar Mold, Pyramidal Shape,
Scratch Carved Unknown Maker,
19th Century Butternut



Four segments joined by rabbets and held by rived and pierced frame. The decoration includes a spade beneath a large “X”, a house surmounted by crucifix;, a tree, and a heart surmounted by crucifix. (Height: 9.5")



$825.00

1039-42




Mortar and Pestle, Antique The New England mortar…dating to the 18th century



ash burl, unusually large with turned footed base and strong traces of original red paint.
(height 7.5”, diameter 7”)

$1,075.00



1257-2






The curly maple pestle is magnificently turned and displays a great handle terminus patina. The pestle was likely made in the 1840s. (Length: 10")

$475.00

1257-3




American Bronze Spoon Mold, Pewter
18th Century


Antique Bronze Spoon Mold for Pewter Spoon, American, 18th Century, angle view 1

(L: 8”)

$345

110-775


Antique Bronze Spoon Mold for Pewter Spoon, American, 18th Century, angle view 2
Antique Bronze Spoon Mold for Pewter Spoon, American, 18th Century, open view



Heavy Mortar and Pestle, Cast and Turned Brass, Incised, Impressed & Initialed Dated 1792; decorated


Antique Cast and Turned Brass Mortar and Pestle, Dated 1792, entire view 1

(5.25 by 5.25”)

$645

492-150


Antique Cast and Turned Brass Mortar and Pestle, Dated 1792, entire view 2
Antique Cast and Turned Brass Mortar and Pestle, Dated 1792, angle view



Wrought Iron Bird Roasting Trivet Stand, Iron Meat Spit, Tripod Base, Penny Feet
Anonymous, 18th Century
A finely wrought example ready for oil and elbow grease


Antique Wrought Iron Bird Roasting Trivet Stand, 18th Century, angle view

(H: 23”, W: 21”)

$1,050

745-108


Antique Wrought Iron Bird Roasting Trivet Stand, 18th Century, entire view
Antique Wrought Iron Bird Roasting Trivet Stand, 18th Century, close up detail



Wafer Iron, Wrought Iron and Engraved Steel, Leaping Ram & Potted Flowers
Unknown Maker, Likely a French Marriage Piece, 1698
A special and rare 17th century example


Antique Wafer Iron with Leaping Ram and Potted Flower Designs, 1698, entire view

(Fine condition; L: 30.5")

$2,850

632-32


Antique Wafer Iron with Leaping Ram and Potted Flower Designs, 1698, open iron detail
Antique Wafer Iron with Leaping Ram and Potted Flower Designs, 1698, clasp detail



Brazier, Camp Stove, Wrought and Sheet Iron, Hinged Grill and Penny Supports
America or England
Circa 1750 to 1780



A convenient heat source for home or camp often used by soldiers; this example features a robustly turned handle (H: 8", W: 9.25", D: 14.25")

$1,095

424-199




Landers, Frary & Clark Carving Set



Landers, Frary & Clark was founded in 1862 and remained in business for over 100 years. Over the years the company manufactured everything from stainless steel bull nose rings to toys to carving sets. This set, which includes two carving knives and forks and sharpening steel, comes in a leather case lined with green velvet. The set has stag horn handles with sterling Repousse mounts.
Dimensions of case: 18.625-inches wide, 2-inches high, 8.375-inches deep.
Dimensions of pieces: 12-inch large fork length, 16.25-inch large knife length, 14.375-inch sharpener length, 13-inch small knife length, 11-inch small fork length.

$450

593-10










Coffee Pot, Inkstand, Glass Humidor
Sold separately



Left to right:
Tin Coffee Pot
Pennsylvania
Circa 1840
- SOLD
An impressed, tinned sheet iron coffeepot constructed with folded and soldered joints; body in two sections; C-scroll handle and a crooked spout. The lid is hinged and retains its original brass finial; reinforced handle and flanged base with nice banding applied at top under lid. (H: 12")
605-84

Inkstand, Inkwell, Pen Holder, Reclining Dog, Two inkwells and Pen Holes
Anonymous, America or England
19th Century
Molded and enameled with upright pen holders

(H: 6"; L: 11"; D: 4.5")
$595
605-86

Blown and Etched Clear Glass Humidor with Wood Lid, Possibly Make-Do
19th Century
Anonymous

Turned and domed hinged lid above jar featuring scroll, grape leaf, grape, and tendril ornament; pontilled. (H: 9.5"; diameter: 6.5")
$695
605-85




Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Punched Tin Coffeepot, Gooseneck Spout, Brass Finial, Pots of Flowers
Pennsylvania, Circa 1840
Soldered joints, body in two sections, reinforced handle, flanged base - SOLD


Antique Punched Tin Coffeepot with Gooseneck Spout, Circa 1840, angle view

The central lozenge is tightly-punched creating a relief potted flowers composition.
Multiple bands of punched decoration; the seams centered with punched diapering.
(H: 12”, base diameter: 9”)

997-23 - SOLD




Cast Iron Mortar and Pestle, Bell Form, Blue Paint, Beautiful Lines; Tulip Shape
Unknown Maker, 19th century; great sculptural statement - SOLD


Antique Cast Iron Bell Form Mortar and Pestle in Blue Paint, 19th Century, angle view

(Mortar: 10” H, 10” base diameter; pestle: 10” L)

1002-273 - SOLD




Wrought Iron Skillet with Long Offset Handle, looped End, Impressed "FOSTER"
Unknown Maker, Late 18th or Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Wrought Iron Skillet with Offset Handle, late 18th or Early 19th Century, angle view

(Overall oxidation, needs a little oil and elbow grease; will clean nicely; L: 39.75")

1112-8 - SOLD




Tin Funnel, Best Original Mustard Paint, 19th Century - SOLD


Mustard Painted Tin Funnel, 19th Century, entire view

(As expected, paint loss to spout, else fine; L: 4.25", diameter: 3.5")

201-399 - SOLD




Footed Open Master Salt, Copper Alloy, Great Patina
Late 17th Century
Probably Dutch
An elegant, well proportioned stand, great lines, subtle detail - SOLD



Dimensions: 3.5" H, 3.75" diameter.

240-140 - SOLD




Measures, Medieval
Sold separately



Medieval Measure, Mug, Bronze, Successful Bulbous Form
Probably 15th Century
England
- SOLD
Cast bronze with applied scrolled handle, chisel-cut "5" within interior, great color and tool marks
(Dimensions: 7.25" H.)
843-119

Medieval Measure, Mug, Bronze/Copper Alloy
Probably 15th Century
England
- SOLD
Cast with applied handle, good color and patina
(Dimensions: 6.25" H.)
843-120

Medieval Measure, Mug, Bronze/Copper Alloy
Probably 15th Century
England
- SOLD
Mold-cast with applied handle; seven copper rivets sealing tiny holes.
(Dimensions: 7.5" H.)
843-121




Standing Trivet
Early 19th Century
Brass and wrought iron - SOLD



Beautifully constructed, the top with applied brass ornamentation above shaped and pierced apron, raised on square to round legs with round conical feet; the legs joined by box stretcher with crossed and pierced shelf. Unusual mortis and tenon construction.
Dimensions: 12.5-inches high, 11.5-inches wide, 9.5-inches deep.

912-86 - SOLD




Medieval Measure, Mug, Bronze/Copper Alloy, Small and Beautiful Form
Probably 15th Century
England - SOLD



Successful shape and proportions, mold-cast with applied scrolled handle; good color, patina and tool marks. (Dimensions: 4" H.)

843-122 - SOLD




Posnet, Bronze
By Clement Tosear (1679 to 1717)
Salisbury, England - SOLD



Loss of height, good color and patina

660-6 - SOLD




Wooden Utensils, EX Roger Bacon
New England
18th and 19th Centuries - SOLD



Described left to right...
(Two pieces with Roger Bacon label.)

  • Pestle/masher, long beautifully turned handle; best color. Length: 19-inches.
  • Butter Patter, carved. Length: 7.75-inches.
  • Curd knife, maple; beautifully carved. Length: 24-inches.
  • Spatula with long shaped handle, imperfection where pierced for hanging. Length: 14-inches.
  • Curd knife, maple, carved. Length: 25.25-inches.

912-12 - SOLD




Copper Tea Kettle
By J. C. Taylor
Circa 1850
Troy - SOLD



(Approximately 10 ½-inches high to handle.)
Gooseneck spout, dovetail construction of body and bottom, beautiful old repair on right shoulder, signed on shaped swing handle, "J. C. TAYLOR / TROY." No other pieces marked this J. C. Taylor / Troy are known.
There is reference to a J. C. Taylor Hose Company 3 in Troy, NY c. 1840's. If it's the same guy he was more likely a merchant than a coppersmith. There's no way of knowing so the info is more in the "isn't that interesting" category.

292-5 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com

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