RARE 18th to early 19th century English powder horn, brass-mounted bone, 5.25 inches high. Etched with a a man stalking a pheasant with his dog and long rifle. This is a very rare piece of early scrimshaw.
Early American food chopper stamped D Kimball. Hand forged, 18th century. Measures 7.5 inches long by 6 inches across the base and 5.5 inches across the handle. A beautiful and useful country primitive kitchen tool.
Authentic 17th century baroque Spanish bronze mortar and pestle, original to each other. Mortar measures 3.25 inches high by 4.75 inches wide at the top; pestle measures 9 inches long.
Tiger maple gentleman's walking stick circa 1880. Note the artistic use of a darker knob and base contrasting with the lighter shaft. The top knob is wooden pinned to the shaft. Prominent all over tiger maple grain. This is a very strong cane. Measures 36" tall.
Early 19thc English mahogany barometer in working order. Fine original condition. Wonderful banded inlays frame the outer edges. Part of the original ivory adjustment knob is missing. Just in from a Boston estate. Measures 44.5 inches tall, 12.5 inches wide and 1.75 inches deep. This item cannot be shipped. It must be picked up in person because the thermometer contains its original mercury.