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Made in olivewood this is an unusual antique travelling collapsible cup. In good original undamaged condition.
Two early pieces of kitchenalia presumed to be from Scandinavia. Both items are strong and tight but with obvious signs of wear as would be expected.
The jug measures 16 ins ...
An early 19th Century chip carved bowl in Sycamore, the interior crudely carved with smoothish finish, the exterior is beautifully carved in a chip pattern design with a flat base.
With its original 6 egg cups a 19th Century treen stand, revolving, in fruitwood in original condition and patination. Old wear and losses to feet of egg cups.
Tested to Silver a mounted quality early C18th horn beaker with an un engraved munt with an embossed head of a Queen to the rear. A truly lovely example of ...
Offered for sale is this late 19th Century antique giltwood comport.
Offered for sale is this early 19th Century antique Treen Bowl.
Two-handled antique Oak cider costrel
Agricultural worker's friend
Mid 19th century
Coopered construction with metal bands
* 19th Century Somerset cider costrel
* Coopered Oak construction with metal bands
* Retains original painted finish
* Tactile link to a bygone era
This is a good 19th Century antique turned coquilla nut, nutmeg grater. Lovely shape and colour. All original inside with bone ring and metal grater. Fine threads. One small old ...
An excellent large deep fruitwood salad or fruit bowl in with a lovely old colour and in fine original condition. This originates from the late 19th cent and would have ...
* Scandinavian C19th lidded storage vessel
* Coopered Oak construction
* Original paintwork and bindings
* Old historic repair to top
* A practical piece of folk art
Antique set of four solid oak offertory dishes beautifully presented in turned oak, one with central hole and repair (please see photos). They display beautifully.
Ideal for restaurant use or interior ...
Here we offer 2 pieces by the well known designer Monica Bratt. Deep red colour and in excellent condition. Fine shaped goblet and small jug.
Good quality antique Norwegian horse head ale bowl known as a kasa/kuksa. Dated on the base 1773, with makers marks. Hand carved decoration. Traces of old inactive worm.
This is a lovely mid 18th Century antique lignum vitae mortar of waisted form with turned curved rings to decorate the bowl and domed, stepped foot. A very nice, unusual ...
This is a rather lovely treen cup and cover, with a lovely patina and a great shape. The inside has two old paper labels marked Lucy. The bowl has had ...
This is a well carved shallow bowl, (likely to be elm). The interior features an irregular fluted design radiating from the centre where a carved letter ‘T’ is carved between, ...
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