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A very nice late 18th or early 19th C. forged iron grill with an inverted ram's horn handle.  The front legs are longer than the rear legs to accommodate draining.  It measures 19" long , 12 1/2" wide and 7" high.

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A pair of C. 1860 sliding temple glasses with a handsewn leather case.


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A 19th century forged iron chopper with an antler handle.

A circa 1930s to 1940s tray with a reverse painting on glass of a peacock.  There's some minor loss to the gesso border.  The tray itself measures 19 3/4" wide by 13 3/4" high and the handles bring the width to 21 1/2" wide.

A mid 20th century ring toss game, made of wood, with three rubber rings.  It measures 13 1/2" wide and 16 1/2" high.

A pair of late 19th Century Dutch racing skates, 16" long.  The wooden bases extend the length of the iron blade and terminate in brass acorn finials.  There is some loss to the wood on one of the extensions.

A pair of homemade Scottie bookends in silver radiator paint, dating to about the 1940s.  They measure 12" long and 5 1/2" high.

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A pair of 19th C. tiger maple speed skates.  They measure 18" long and have an old coat of shellac on the wood and blades
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A pair of 20th C. carved teak horsehead bookends.  Each measures 6 1/2" high, 4" wide and 3 1/2" deep.

A small 19th C. bentwood box with its original painted floral decoration, possibly from the Viechtauer Valley of southern Germany.  The name Ammy Loirer is written on the inside of the cover.  It measures 4" long, 3" wide and 2 1/4" high and shows paint wear, cracking and shrinkage due to wear and age.