I think some bowler would love to have it on his bar! If I could pick up the topper for a reasonable price, I would go for it.
Not exactly the same but close! Well, ratz, I can't get the picture to copy. Sorry.
Joe, I have a silver plated dish exactly like that. It is more a dish than salver. If I can find a picture, I'll post it.
We had a similar one that we used on the big wood stove in the kitchen. I can't remember if it set on top or if two of the sections came out and...
Growing up, we always referred to O.N.T. as 'old notty thread'.
What an artist! Thanks for sharing.
Agree, nice Windsor. Nice lines.
It was not unusual to use little wedges to tighten things up.
Legs may be original. They could turn legs early on.
Don't know what happened to my previous post?
Was saying the post was a little unusual. Pierced earrings have been around for a long time.
Most items look like they could be made in India or there about.
You might want to check the large candlesticks against patterns made by Virginia...
Clean them up. They'll be fine.
That hat is fabulous!
You know this old stern looking man was someone's father and grandfather. Someone (or he) thought enough to do a portrait.
I would find someone...
About 10 years ago, an auctioneer from Texas brought a truck load of furniture to an auctioneer friend I did some work for here. Neither one...
How high is the seat off the ground?
The signature seems to have a Middle Eastern feel to it.
Interesting design. Where do you think it originated?
Looks like it could be older.
Yes, the Jenson seems pretty desirable. I was surprised how many early bids it got compared to the jewelry.
My first impression was Pennsylvania Dutch or copy there of.
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