18th century English brass ladle. Measures 17.5 inches long; the bowl is 4.5 inches across. Hand forged from thick solid brass. The number 3 is stamped on the upper back.
Antique early 19th century English brass wall pocket, sometimes called a tidy box because it was a handy catchall. Handmade from heavy, thick solid brass circa 1850. It measures 9 inches wide, 2 inches deep, and 8 inches high at back. See "The Brass Book" by Peter, Nancy and Herbert Schiffer 1978 page 122 for a similar example
Vintage silver plated fish serving set with pierce cut design. Early 20th century. The fish slice measures 13.75 inches and the fish fork measures 10.25 inches. Excellent condition.
Early 18thc European steel skimmer with stamped decoration. Hand made by blacksmith, probably of German origin. Measures 19 inches long with a 5.25 inch bowl.
Large antique 19thc country store copper grain spoon with walnut handle. Made circa 1870. Fine original condition. Note the hand made copper "rat tail" on the bottom reinforcing the spoon's bowl. Measures 19 inches long. The handle alone is 7 inches long.