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Maidenhead Spoon 

English, c 1600

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lh154b

 

Three-Legged Skillet 

English, 16th/17th c.

Extremely rare. Slightly flared pan standing on decorated feet. From the collection of Frank Cowan, who rated it as the "most special" bronze vessel he had ever owned. It is an undocumented form, but guaranteed authentic. (Our price is less than a third of what Frank paid for it in 1980.)

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wa105

 

Tudor Boarded Stool 

English, 16th c.

A strong candidate for the title of the "best stool we have ever owned." A Tudor stool with the typically pierced and shaped apron and boarded ends. The well-aged seat (with crack) is secured with six original pegs. Good pit saw marks inside boarded ends.

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xc8191

 

Candlestick 

Spanish, c.1675

A tall, heavy, good quality stick with high drip pan. The turnings on the stem are attractive, and those on the base are crisper and more interesting than usual.

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xb351

 

Meat Cleaver 

Dutch, late 17th c.

An interesting piece. The baroque brass handle has a lion's head (?) on the finial -- we call it a lion only because of what appears to be a mane! But it's a beast of some sort. The brass handle was cast in two pieces and brazed around the iron tang. Ex Bill Bartley collection.

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vd593

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