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Posnet, Robert Street & Co. V, Bronze Skillet
Robert Street, Brass Founders, Bridgewater, Somerset, England
Date/Period: Mid-18th Century - SOLD


Posnet, Robert Street & Co. V, Bronze Skillet Robert Street, Brass Founders, Bridgewater, Somerset, England, entire view 1

Measurement: Overall height: 7.5"; pot height: 6"; pot diameter: 6.75"; overall
length: 16.5"

Material: Bronze

Condition: Very good with typical, as expected wear to feet.

Additional Information: A cast Posnet, marked tapering handle continuing to bowl
raised on three legs.

SOLD

660-40




Posnet, Skillet, T.P.B. Water III, Thomas Pyke
Founder of Bridgewater, Somerset, England
Date/Period: 1776-1806 - SOLD


Posnet, Skillet, T.P.B. Water III, Thomas Pyke Founder of Bridgewater, Somerset, England, entire view 1

Measurement: Overall height: 6"; pot height: 5.75"; pot diameter: 6.5"; overall
length: 15"

Material: Bronze

Condition: Very good with typical, as expected wear to feet.

Additional Information: A cast Posnet, marked tapering handle continuing to bowl
raised on three legs.

SOLD

660-41




Bronze Posnet Pot, Dutch, Early 17th C - SOLD


Antique Bronze Posnet Pot, Dutch, Early 17th Century, entire view

(H: 5.75”, pot diameter: 6.75”)

SOLD

1012-87




Tea Kettle, Trivet, Mortar and Pestle


Tea Kettle, Trivet, Mortar and Pestle, entire view

Top to bottom:
Tea Kettle, Brass and Copper, Goose Neck Spout, Acorn Finial
Probably English
19th Century
- SOLD

Trivet, Brass and Iron Footman
Early 19th Century
Pierced Hearts, Side mounted carrying handles
- SOLD
A fine example in excellent condition. (Height: 13 inches; width: 14 inches; depth: 16.75 inches) 738-45

Mortar and Pestle, Brass
English
Late 17th to Early 18th Century

(Mortar: height: 3.5 inches; diameter: 4.375 inches; Pestle: length: 7 inches) - SOLD
738-46




Brass Utensil Peg Rack, Engraved, Farm Chores, Brass and Iron Ladle and Dipper
The rack is likely Dutch, the tools likely American; dipper signed Porter - SOLD


Antique Brass Utensil Rack with Ladle and Dipper, Signed Porter, entire view

Please call for full description, and/or enthusiastic discussion.
(Excellent condition; wall rack: 13” by 5.25”, utensils approx. 23”)

492-155 - SOLD




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


Footed Open Master Salt, Copper Alloy, Great Patina
Late 17th Century, entire view

Dimensions: 3.5" H, 3.75" diameter.

240-140 - SOLD




Measures, Medieval
Sold separately


Measures, Medieval, entire view

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


Standing Trivet
Early 19th Century, entire view

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


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

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


Posnet, Bronze
By Clement Tosear (1679 to 1717), entire view

Loss of height, good color and patina

660-6 - SOLD




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


Copper Tea Kettle
By J. C. Taylor
Circa 1850, entire view

(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




Rosewater Dish, Brass and Enameled Disks
Dinant
Circa 1470 - SOLD


Rosewater Dish, Brass and Enameled Disks
Dinant
Circa 1470, entire view

A very rare dish with traces of gilding, great color and patina, and twelve applied enameled disks. (Diameter: 12.5-inches.)

660-7 - SOLD




Copper Tea Kettle
By Jacob Gable
Lancaster, PA
Circa 1832 - 1848 - SOLD


Copper Tea Kettle
By Jacob Gable
Lancaster, PA
Circa 1832 - 1848, entire view

(Approximately 13 ½-inches high to handle.)
Very large tea kettle, dovetailed body and base, solder where gooseneck spout joins body and a nearly invisible brazed repair near the top of the spout. Signed on the top of the handle "J.GABLE." Jacob Gable was active in Lancaster, PA c. 1832 - 1848.

292-4 - SOLD



Chocolate Pot, Brass, Silver Form, Pear Shape, Original Turned Wood Handle
French
Circa 1750 - SOLD


Chocolate Pot, Brass, Silver Form, Pear Shape, Original Turned Wood Handle
French
Circa 1750, entire view

(Fine condition; H: 10.5")

424-133 - SOLD




Tankard, Lidded, Silver Form, Half Pint, Copper
Unknown Maker, Signed "S
This item just in, more information to follow, please call if interested - SOLD


Tankard, Lidded, Silver Form, Half Pint, Copper
Unknown Maker, entire view

(H: 3.75")

424-239 - SOLD




Brass Coffee Pot, Silver Form, Rare Small Baluster Form, Turned Wood Handle
French, Circa 1775
Cast thumbpiece, lid finial, spout; rim molding and shell cast feet; side handle - SOLD


Brass Coffee Pot, Silver Form, Rare Small Baluster Form, Turned Wood Handle
French, Circa 1775, entire view

(Excellent; H: 8")

1008-29 - SOLD




Brass Coffee Pot, Silver Form, Turned Wood Side Handle, Robust Size
French, Circa 1775
Cast thumbpiece, ribbed and molded spout; cast rim molding and molded feet - SOLD


Brass Coffee Pot, Silver Form, Turned Wood Side Handle, Robust Size
French, Circa 1775, entire view

(Excellent; H: 10.5")

1008-28 - SOLD




Copper Tea Kettle
By C. Keifer
Lancaster, PA
Circa 1848 - SOLD


Copper Tea Kettle
By C. Keifer
Lancaster, PA
Circa 1848, entire view

(Approximately 11 ½-inches high to handle.)
Gooseneck spout, two-piece dovetailed body, lap seamed base, brass mushroom finial, swing handle, very shallow dents scattered throughout, overall wonderful condition. Signed on top of the handle "C.KIEFER." Kiefer appears on the Lancaster, PA tax rolls in 1848.

292-3 - SOLD




Copper Tea Kettle
By Andrew Humbert & Co.
Pittsburgh, PA
Circa 1815 - 1819 - SOLD


Copper Tea Kettle
By Andrew Humbert & Co.
Pittsburgh, PA
Circa 1815 - 1819, entire view

(Approximately 13-inches high to handle.)
Gooseneck spout, dovetailed body and base, brass mushroom finial is old replacement, low arch tabs, front tab rivet is very old replacement. Though hardly noticeable, the spout has a brazed repair to cover two pinholes. Signed on top of the shaped swivel handle "A HUMBERT & CO / 6 / PITTS." Andrew Humbert was active in Pittsburgh, PA c. 1815 - 1819.

292-1 - SOLD




Islamic Khorassan Bronze Mortar
Date/Period: 11th to 13th Century - SOLD


Islamic Khorassan Bronze Mortar, 11th to 13th Century, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 6"; width: 8"; depth: 8"

Material: Bronze, dark brown patina

Condition: Good, worn, couple small chips to rims

Additional Information: A large heavily cast octagonal cylindrical form with flaring
upper and lower rims; molded band under rim and above foot. The rim and base are
decorated, each panel decorated…alternating panels display Star of David [Solomon
star] and arabesque widows with stylized face at top.

SOLD

1245-21




Mortar and Pestle, Marriage Mortar, Bronze, Fine, Great Color, Around 1620 Likely Krefeld (known as Crefeld until 1929) or Kleve, Germany - SOLD


Mortar and Pestle, Marriage Mortar, Bronze, Fine, Great Color, Around 1620

For, Frans Seiben and Leisbet Adams...featuring a Maltese cross as a symbol of their church. Anonymous maker which is not unusual. To view a nearly identical example in the collection of the Welcome Museum, London seeNederlandse Vijzels by Dr. D.A. Wittop de Koning, page 105, number 153. (Mortar height: 5.25"; pestle length: 8.5")

SOLD

1012-141




Dutch Bronze Mortar and Pestle, By Hendrik Wegewart, Deventer, Dated 1613
A bronze mortar with inscription “PRAISE OF ALL GODT Ao 1613”
Dolphin ears and decorative motifs typical of Henry Wegewart, Active 1600 to 1620 - SOLD


Antique Dutch Bronze Mortar and Pestle, Dated 1613, entire view 1

(Very good condition; mortar: 5.25” H, 5.5” diameter; pestle: 8.5” L.)

1012-85 - SOLD




Mortar and Pestle, Flemish
Henrick ter Horst of Deuenter
1657 - SOLD


Mortar and Pestle, Flemish
Henrick ter Horst of Deuenter
1657, entire view

(Mortar: height: 6.5 inches; diameter: 8.5 inches; Pestle: length: 9.5 inches)

660-10 - SOLD




Mortar and Pestle
Probably Spanish
Circa 1700
Unusual small size - SOLD


Mortar and Pestle
Probably Spanish
Circa 1700, entire view

Good color and decoration. (Mortar: height: 2.25 inches; diameter: 3.75 inches; Pestle: length: 4 inches)

660-11 - SOLD





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