Early American country kitchen wooden maple bowl. New England c1800. This period bowl was made from a single block of solid maple wood. Most early bowls have line cracks or repairs. This one is in excellent original condition, retaining its deep rich old untouched patina. Measures 15.5 inches wide by 14 inches long and 5 inches deep.
Rosewood and brass carpenters wood scribe c1880. Measures approx. 6.5 inches long. This piece is on display in our gallery at Clock Tower Antiques Center and can be seen in-person by visiting 824 E Main Street, Branford, CT. 06405. For gallery hours, please visit http://www.ClockTowerAntiquesCenter.com
Spun brass work pail made by the Randolph Clowes Company of Waterbury, Connecticut, circa 1900. This solid spun brass bucket is in very good condition, and is stamped The Randolph Clowes Co. Waterbury Conn on the base. Measures 11.25" W at rim, 13.75" W at handle loop, 8.25" W at base, 8.25" H to rim, 9" H at handle loop, and 14.4" H with handle raised.
18th to early 19th century dovetailed bottom copper pot. This period antique copper pot has a hand made dovetailed bottom. Measures 7 and one quarter inches across and 4 and one half inches high with a thick hand riveted 8 and one half inch handle. The tin interior plating is in good condition.
This "antique saw" measures 21 and one quarter inches long overall and is 5 inches at the widest point. Signed, this antique American carpenters tool has stamped on the blade, "Olympic, Spring Steel, Even Temper, Thin Back, Patent Ground, Hand-Made Warranted"