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One pair of rare circa 1845 low fired clay mineral door knobs with swirls of earthtone colors as well as small areas of gray. Knobs measure 2 1/2" in diameter and are on cast iron shanks. In very good condition with only one very small surface blemish. These door knobs were made from varigated clay - colors are in the clay not surface decoration.
Circa 1845 Mineral Clay Swirl Earthtonw Door Knobs, One Pair
Price $ 400.00
Reference # 997-835
Victorian decorative stair rail brackets in cast iron, circa 1885. These brackets support a stairway railing and are mounted from the wall. Measuring 4 1/8 high overall with an extension of 3 1/4" from the wall. The back mount is 4 1/8" high x 1 7/8" wide. Accompanied by2 ornate cast iron rounded braces. These rounded braces mount under and into the cutout on the extension of the bracket and the railing screws into them to mount - the braces swivel on the bracket and can be adjusted for the pitch of the railing. Two complete brackets and braces make up this matching set. Restored and complete with mounting screws.
Victorian Stair Rail Brackets
Price $ 70.00 for Two
Reference # 997-841
A single pair of antique molded glass doorknobs, circa 1900, very rare pair made specifically for a rim lock with a female and male side. Raised concentric circles, sometimes called a beehive pattern, and mounted on cast iron shanks. Knobs are in very good condition.
One Pair Rare Glass Beehive Doorknobs for a Rim Lock
Price $ 145.00
Reference # 997-842
A single pair of vintage molded plastic doorknobs in red, mid-century, Deco style raised concentric circles. On original spindle with two polished chrome rosettes ( 1 3/4" diameter). Knobs measuree 1 3/4" in diameter and extend 2 1/8". In very good condition. These look like they have never been used.
One Pair Mid-Century Red and Chrome Doorknobs With Two
Price $ 100.00
Mid-1800's wrought iron pot pusher with nicely excuted handle.
This hearth cooking implement was used to push cooking pots onto the coal beds.
Stands 2" high x 7" across the open front and is 5 1/2" deep. The nicely
curled handle is 3 3/4" high x 1" wide and extends from the body 1 1/2".
Pushers are getting more difficult to find and this example is in very good
Mid 1800's Wrought Iron Pot Pusher
Price $ 95.00
18th Century wrought iron sugar axe or sometimes called a sugar hatchet - measuring 10" overall. The axe portion measures 2 1/4" across front with a 2" extension from ihandle. The flat top shows appropriate mushrooming from use as does the edge of the axe. In nice condition - handle may be original and is nicely turned hardwood. In good condition.
Colonial Period Wrought Iron Sugar Axe with Turned Wooden Handle
Price $ 360.00
Set of 4 matcing
Two matching pair of cast iron pineapples drapery hold backs or tie backs from early 20th century. Each tie back is peened onto a 4" drive-in mount. The pineapples are approximately 3" high x 1 1/2" at widest. In original finish and good condition.
Two Pair Set of Early 1900's Cast Iron Pineapple Drapery Hold Backs
Price $ 36.00
Antique toilet tissue roll holder/dispenser - an advertising give-away with a carton of toilet tissue rolls. Raised letters read as shown below in close-up: Palmer's No Waste Palmer Prod. Waukesha Wis. This dispenser is gravity loaded and is made to dispense one sheet of tissue at a time. Measures 6 1/8" across x 1 1/2" high and extends 4 1/2" when mounted. In good working condition - the 1 sheet dispenser gear can be removed if you like.
Palmer's Toilet Roll Tissue Dispenser
Price $ 55.00