Home Furnishing Decor
A table or bracket clock, as it is probably too large for a mantel. From the estate of a local clock collector.
- Louis XV style.
- Key wound.
- 30.5 inches tall by 12.5 and 5.5 inches deep. Weighs 20.5 pounds.
- Delicate bell tolls the hours and once on the half hour.
- Cast gold tone mounted wood case. Glass door and two glass side windows.
- Impressive interior with textile gold rickrack and roping around the windows.
- Estimated to be late 20th century.
- The works are marked "GS1 G.D. 13."
14 inches long by 9 1/2. About 10 inches high to the handle. Looks to be made with finishing nails. Looks like hickory but I'm not sure.
Condition: Looks farm made. See the pictures.
Two tiers with casters. It looks like it is woven with hickory splints. These baskets were for catering dinner for the bride and groom on their wedding night.
It stands almost 2 1/2 feet high. 16 inches across. The top tier is 2 inches deep and the bottom is 5 1/4.
Condition: It has replacement casters with wood wheels and is nice and sturdy. The handle is missing some of the strapping as shown.
My thanks to the cashier at Loganville Ace Hardware for telling me about this basket.
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German for Christmas balls.
About 7 inches high with the cap and about 6 1/4 wide.
One is 1 lb 7.5 oz, the other is 1 lb 13.5 ounces.
Brass cap, steel ring.
Rib shape & texture much like a cantaloupe.
Metalic hot pink finish.
Guessing these are from the 1960s by the color but we don't know.
Condition: Some wear on the finish as shown.
Copper with brass hanging ring. 14 1/2 across, 3 1/4 inches deep.
Nice vintage condition as shown.
50 inches long included the hardware, the fabric is 42 by 5 3/4.
The hardware seems to be solid brass as a magnet does not stick to it, only the pins holding the fabric are drawn to the magnet.
Machine sewn black backing. Gold roped edging.
Condition: No damage at all. The brass has not been polished.