Early American cast iron mortar and pestle, 18th to early 19th century. Excellent condition. Measures 8 inches wide x 6 inches high. Visible mold snap line underneath, only seen on early period examples.
Vintage large heavy hand hammered copper stock pot with flat lid. Stamped Made in France, probably by Mauviel. Excellent condition, no dents or repairs. Tin interior excellent. Measures 9.75 inches tall and 9.75 inches wide.
Cobalt glass Cherry Laurel Water poison bottle. Dodge and Olcott Co, NY. Put up expressly for Smith, Kline and French, Inc., Philadelphia, PA. Excellent condition with all its original labels. Measures 7.5 inches high.
Ottoman scribe's brass travel inkwell and pen holder circa 1860 in excellent original condition. Measures 10 inches long. Wonderful deeply etched botannical designs.
English brass and iron trivet with penny feet, all original, 2nd quarter of the 18th century. The charming brass lattice design was entirely hand cut, as was the iron frame. Note the little penny foot. Still in lovely condition after nearly 300 years worth of warming tea kettles.