Metal – Copper,Brass,Tin,Pewter,Iron

HORSE BELLS - ACORN DESIGN

Horse Bells can be jingle bells denoting a jingler inside the cast bell or a clapper found in an open type of bell. Both types have been used for sleigh bells. All horse bells are of brass or bronze metal. While antique bells wear well, the original leather straps usually need replacing due to neglect. Bells look wonderful hanging by a fireplace, draped over an old horse collar or hanging on a wall.

Offering a set of 30 antique horse bells, acorn design, two piece stamped. These bells date from 1880 to 1920. They are machine stamped brass over nickle plated bells.. Originally the bottom half was riveted on to the strap with copper rivets. The jinglet was added and the top piece crimped on to complete the bell. The set is mounted on a new laced 72" leather strap with a brass ring for hanging.

This set was cleaned, polished and lacquered in 2004 by Deanna Weed of Classic Bells in Pottsville, Iowa. Ms Weed designed and constructed the laced strap using "Havana Brown" bridle leather keeping the original buckle. The strap insured value was $360.00 in 2004.

# BLK-1425

$375.00


FEDERAL BRASS BEDWARMER

A warming pan or bed warmer was a valuable family possession handed down from generation to generation. Most people had warming pans but the wealthy had ornate silver,brass or copper pans. Some pans were richly decorated with an elaborate pattern of perforations incorporated into the design. English warming pans were fully enclosed. Warming pans were put on wooden handles for moving up and down the bed. Handles also enabled it to be hung by the hearth.

Offering a 19th Century pierced warming pan of brass with a turned wooden handle. The top of the pan has a stylized engraving of geometric motifs. Pierced holes surround the top of the pan. The pan is attached to the turned wooden handle. Top of pan in hinged to bottom with a loop to open the top.

It is in good condition with honest wear.

# DJV 1472

$135.00


FEDERAL BRASS BEDWARMER

A warming pan or bed warmer was a valuable family possession handed down from generation to generation. Most people had warming pans but the wealthy had ornate silver,brass or copper pans. Some pans were richly decorated with an elaborate pattern of perforations incorporated into the design. English warming pans were fully enclosed. Warming pans were put on wooden handles for moving up and down the bed. Handles also enabled it to be hung by the hearth.

Offering a 19th Century pierced warming pan of brass with a turned wooden handle. The top of the pan has a stylized engraving of a bird with flowers. Pierced holes surround the top of the pan. The pan is attached to the turned wooden handle. Top of pan in hinged to bottom with a loop to open the top.

It is in good condition with honest wear.

# DJV 1472

$225.00


ROYAL DANISH STERLING TEA SERVICE

Offering a sterling silver Coffee & Tea Service by International Silver Co. It is the Royal Danish Pattern and dates 1940-1949. This stately pattern is a combination of form and symmetry influenced by the clean, balanced lines of Scandinavian artistry.
The Service includes a coffee pot, tea pot, cream jug, covered sugar bowl and waste bowl. The coffee, tea and sugar pieces all have lids surmounted with stylized acorns. The hinged coffee pot is 8.5" H, hinged tea pot is 7 1/2"H, sugar bowl with lid is 5.3/4"H, cream jug is 5 1/4"H and open waste bowl is 2 7/8"H. All pieces are back stamped "Royal Danish 0838". Total silver weight is 88.4 troy ounces.
This Service is in excellent condition ( no monograms) and would brighten any table for years to come.

# H3A-0019

$2000.00


Teapot

American, 20th Century
We are offering a pewter tea pot in original and complete condition. The design is clean with a wooden,painted handle and gooseneck spout. The lid has a flower shaped finial.All welds are sound with intact seams and the pewter has aged to a wonderful patina.The bottom is incised with the number "13" and a maker's mark of "providence". This piece shows honest, minor wear and is in overall very good condition. The dimensions are 9"H,10"W,4 1/4" diameter at the base.

# FK31A-AA113

$225.00


Measure

Holland, 18th -19th Century
We are offering a pewter measure. There are two marks on the bottom. One is the letters SL-PL. The other is an encircled rose with the words"PBVANDERLEYDEN MECHELEN". The handle has the word "HALVEKAN" incised down the length. On the front are various encircled letters which represent inspection signs that the measure is accurate. These measures are very rare and hard to find. This piece shows honest minor wear and is overall good condition. The dimensions are 6 1/4"H,4 1/2"W and 3 1/4" D.

# DJJK-201221

$110.00


Lidded Measure

France, 18th - 19th Century
We are offering a French, lidded measure. The bottom is engraved with "5L-P5". There is another engraving "Delaur Seiulins" on the bottom. The lid has the letters "LS" and the number "6" incised on the top. These marks often represent certification as a measure. This is a rare piece which would enhance any collection. This piece shows honest,minor wear and is overall good condition. The dimensions are 5 1/4"H, 3 1/2"W, 3"D.

# DJJK-201223

$135.00


Charger

England, 1745-1795
We are offering a English pewter charger. There are two marks on the back. One mark is a rose with a crown. the other mark is "ACICUS" and the word "London". This charger shows honest wear but in overall very good condition. The charger is 15" in diameter.

# DJJK-20969

$400.00


Teapot

American, 20th Century
We are offering a antique tin tea pot painted and signed by contemporary artist, Kathy Graybill. This piece has two bands of color- white and brick with feather swirls in brick,green,gold and white throughout pot. The front of the pot has graduated swirls with large white swirls in the middle. The lid has gold feather swirls. This piece shows minor wear and is in overall good condition. It is signed on the bottom. The dimensions are 7 " H, 5 1/2" D.

# FK31A-AA162

$85.00


Dome Lid Box

American, 20th Century
We are offering a antique,dome lidded, toleware box painted and signed by contemporary painter, Kathy Graybill. This box has a feather swags with pomegranets on the front, sunburst on the top and gold feather borders on lid and sides. It has a latch on the upper front and a ring on the lid. This piece shows moderate wear on the original paint but structurally sound and strong.The inside is clean and in good condition. The dimensions are 4 3/4". 8" W, 4"D.

# FK31A-AA061

$125.00


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