17th to 18th century steel and brass Spanish Colonial horse stirrups. Hand made by a master blacksmith. Note the cut-out steel brackets set with steel pins. Each stirrup measures 6.5 inches high, 7.5 inches long and 5 inches deep. Excellent condition.
Canary yellow luster, or lustre, ware footed bowl. English, circa 1820. Decorated with copper, blue and green. Measures 3.5" high x 6.25" in diameter.
Antique chip-carved hanging pipe rack. Measures 14 inches wide, 5.5 inches high and 1.75 inches deep. Beautiful hand-cut detail. This rack could also serve as a spoon rack. There are six 7-eighths inch holes.
Early American country kitchen food chopper signed P. W. Colby. It is very unusual to find early signed kitchen tools. Measures 6 inches across the chopper and 6 inches high. Note the hand welding joint that holds the chopper to the shaft. Handmade by an advanced blacksmith in the early 19thc. It bears an old inventory tag showing it was part of an early collection.
18thc American country kitchen chopper with wooden handle and hand-forged blade. Note how the blacksmith split the ends of the handle arms to clamp the top of the blade and set them with handmade rivets. The blade measures 9 inches across and 4.25 inches high. The chopper measures 8.5 inches from the top of the handle to the bottom of the blade.