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Small Wire Basket, Stone Fruits, 19th Century - SOLD


Small Wire Basket, Stone Fruits, 19th Century, entire view

Collection of 10-pieces Stone Fruit in a Wire Work Basket
(Very good condition; Basket: 4.5" x 4" x 4")

SOLD

1283-53




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




Antique, New England Splint Hearth Broom, Round Brush, Circa 1800-1820, Birch
Scarcely encountered, long splint bristles, great color and patina…length: 47” - SOLD


Antique, New England Splint Hearth Broom, Round Brush, Circa 1800-1820, Birch
Scarcely encountered, long splint bristles, great color and patina…length: 47”, entire view

A hewn handle on a segment of birch log cut into splint bristles;
thin splint was turned down and tied into position.

SOLD

1221-74




Antique Pressing Iron Trivet, Wrought Iron, Triangular, Penny Feet
Unknown Maker, Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Pressing Iron Trivet, Wrought Iron, Triangular, Penny Feet
Unknown Maker, Early 19th Century, entire view

Blacksmith made, entirely handwrought, turned wood handle, great patina
(Length: 11"; width: 4.25"; height: 1.5")

SOLD

171-131




Antique Roasting Fork, Wrought Iron Flesh Fork, Signed H. Geist, Two Tine, File Work
Circa 1790 to 1840
Handle tapers to hanging hook, rounded handgrip, and bold signature - SOLD


Antique Wrought Iron Roasting Fork/Flesh Fork, Signed H. Geist, Circa 1790 to 1840, angle view

(L: 15.5”)

171-110 - SOLD




Antique Trivet, Heart Shaped, Wrought Iron, Long Handle Pierced for Hanging
Anonymous, Circa 1780 to 1840
Flat strip of iron bent into heart shape, tapered/flaring handle, scrolled feet - SOLD


Antique Wrought Iron Heart Shaped Trivet, Circa 1780 to 1840, angle view

(Good condition; 12 by 5.25 by 1.5”)

171-111 - SOLD




Wrought Iron Standing Bird Roaster, Toaster, Pierced Scrolled Spit, Spade Feet
Probably English, 18th Century
Nicer than many, features arched base and acorn finial above robust knop - SOLD


Wrought Iron Standing Bird Roaster, Toaster, Pierced Scrolled Spit, Spade Feet
Probably English, 18th Century, entire view

(Good condition; H: 23.25", W: 11.25", D: 10.25")

330-9 - SOLD




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


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

A convenient heat source for home or camp often used by soldiers; this example with robustly turned handle measures: (H: 8"; W: 9.25"; D: 16".)

336-108 - SOLD




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




Iron Broiler, Grease Pan
Heart Shaped Handle - SOLD


Iron Broiler, Grease Pan
Heart Shaped Handle, entire view

Dimensions; 2.75" H, 19.5" L, 11.5" W.

336-67 - 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




Wrought Iron Fork - SOLD


Wrought Iron Fork, entire view

Dimensions: 13" long.

348-196 - SOLD





Hand Forged Skewers and Hanger
Possibly American
18th Century - SOLD


Hand Forged Skewers and Hanger
Possibly American
18th Century, entire view

A collection of six skewers of various gauges and lengths.
Dimensions: rack: 5.5" long; skewers range from 7.75 to 5.875" long.

424-3 - SOLD




Clockwork Spit Jack, Standing, With Tripod Stand and Basket Spit
Anonymous, Possibly French
Very Early 19th Century
Cast iron, sheet iron and brass - SOLD


Clockwork Spit Jack, Standing, With Tripod Stand and Basket Spit
Anonymous, Possibly French
Very Early 19th Century, entire view

Complete working spit jack enclosed in a ripple-molded iron case raised on four French feet. (Retains original brass carrying handle) A key wind brass movement drives the spit and bell chime; three skewers are fitted to iron fame resting on a notched wrought iron spit-stand resting on tripod base with penny feet.

270-102 - 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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