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CIVIL WAR ERA FORK & KNIFE

CIVIL WAR ERA FORK & KNIFE

Civil war era knife and fork eating utensils with bone handle and decorative inlay. The fork has three prongs.  The metal portions of both the fork and knife have signs of oxidation.  There are… (2021-179). Learn More »

SET OF FIVE PEWTER SPOONS

SET OF FIVE PEWTER SPOONS

Five identical pewter table spoons, circa 1850s, in good, clean condition. Utensils measure 8.25” long overall. Large bowls with weakly cast pattern on handles. Each stamped with an “A” on… (179-1109). Learn More »

MATCHED SET OF SIX KNIVES AND SIX FORKS

MATCHED SET OF SIX KNIVES AND SIX FORKS

Offered here is a nice matched set of old knives and forks. The knives feature a round end blade and dark wood handles held in place with three pins.  The matching forks have three tines. Wood… (179-1101). Learn More »

1810 PEWTER MUG ENGRAVED "FA"

1810 PEWTER MUG ENGRAVED "FA"

Heavy pewter mug with hinged lid is engraved with a decorative design with, "18 FA 10" in the center. Interior of mug at the base shows a raised clover emblem. Underside shows a hallmark with the… (1005-15). Learn More »

$180.00
Originally $225.00

ROSEWOOD CORKSCREW

ROSEWOOD CORKSCREW

Turned rosewood handle has a corkscrew mounted through the center.  A rivet holds it in place at the top. Wood shows a minor scratch. Handle measures approximately 4" wide. Corkscrew measures 4"… (179-1026). Learn More »

$35.00
SOLD

COBALT BLUE FEATHER EDGE IRONSTONE PLATTER

COBALT BLUE FEATHER EDGE IRONSTONE PLATTER

This style was made in Staffordshire and Leeds areas in England, circa 1840-60. This is a large serving platter with raised edge featuring cobalt blue “feather edge” design. Unmarked. Measures… (213-108). Learn More »

EARLY SILVER MOUNTED TRAVELER’S OR OFFICER’S FOLDING UTENSIL SET

EARLY SILVER MOUNTED TRAVELER’S OR OFFICER’S FOLDING UTENSIL SET

Early travelers and military officers on campaign carried their own eating utensils as a matter of course. This is a nice folding fork, knife and spoon with black wood handles, silver mounted, and… (172-5566). Learn More »

KNIFE, FORK, AND SPOON COMBINATION MESS SET

KNIFE, FORK, AND SPOON COMBINATION MESS SET

During the Civil War the commercial market was filled with devices and gadgets promoted as making life easier for the soldier in camp and field. Combination mess utensils were a category of their own,… (172-5565). Learn More »

$325.00
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GROUP OF ASSORTED UTENSILS

GROUP OF ASSORTED UTENSILS

Offered here are two spoons and scissors. Iron scissors are 6” long with black patina and surface pitting on blades. One spoon is a plain iron spoon with large bowl and thin, flat handle. The other… (160-23). Learn More »

VICTORIAN MILK GLASS SUGAR SHAKER

VICTORIAN MILK GLASS SUGAR SHAKER

Milk glass sugar shaker shows raised vines, beading, and a brown flower dot design. Vines are painted green. Hints of gold gilt remain in areas. Shaker top is made of tin. Measures 4.75" tall by 2"… (179-1035). Learn More »

1600s PEWTER SPOON

1600s PEWTER SPOON

Early spoon with round bowl and straight handle. Measures approximately 6 ½” long overall. Shows nice age-appropriate color. File marks on the handle. A very nice colonial spoon. … (179-940). Learn More »

NILES PATENT TELESCOPING DRINKING CUP OF 1860

NILES PATENT TELESCOPING DRINKING CUP OF 1860

When Goodyear discovered and patented hard rubber in 1851 a new age was upon us. Well, many thought so anyway. New devices were invented and the ingenious rushed to patent improvements on the old.… (286-542). Learn More »

TINNED IRON MESS CUP

TINNED IRON MESS CUP

Mess gear came through the various recruiting services and varied in design. This style is pictured early on in the war and seems to have been the pattern generally used once the U.S. government took… (490-1855). Learn More »

LARGE TINNED MESS IRON CUP

LARGE TINNED MESS IRON CUP

Mess gear was issued by the various recruiting services, first by the states and later by the federal government. Early in the war local suppliers were often sourced and you also had privately… (490-1852). Learn More »

GREEN RIVER WORKS FORK AND KNIFE

GREEN RIVER WORKS FORK AND KNIFE

J. Russell and Company opened the Green River Works in Greenfield, Mass. in the early 1830s. They were able to compete with Sheffield cutlers by using power hammers rather than hand forging, and the… (998-811). Learn More »

STONEWARE ALE BOTTLE

STONEWARE ALE BOTTLE

Two-toned mustard and cream colored pottery bottle measures 10 ¼” tall by 3” in circumference at the base. No chips or cracks.     [sl] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THIS ITEM, AS WITH… (998-1546). Learn More »

GRAY STONEWARE BOTTLE

GRAY STONEWARE BOTTLE

Glazed stoneware has scattered speckling, adding to the character of the piece. Bottle measures 10 ¼” tall by 3 ½’ at the base. No chips, shows two small surface cracks on the base.   … (998-1332). Learn More »

CLAY BOTTLE, MARKED J. BOURNE & SON

CLAY BOTTLE, MARKED J. BOURNE & SON

Tan colored, salt glazed bottle is marked, “VITREOUS STONE BOTTLES, J. BOURNE & SON, PATENTED DENBY POTTERY NEAR DARBY / P.&J. ARNOLD LONDON”. This semi-circular stamp on the side of the… (998-1329). Learn More »

CIVIL WAR ERA GUTTA PERCHA FORK & KNIFE

CIVIL WAR ERA GUTTA PERCHA FORK & KNIFE

Three pronged fork and matching knife have gutta percha handles. Both are in very good condition with no cracks or chips in the handles. Some light spotting or mottling is present on the carbon… (998-812). Learn More »

GUTTA PERCHA NILES PATENT COLLAPSIBLE CUP

GUTTA PERCHA NILES PATENT COLLAPSIBLE CUP

Lid reads "NILES DRINKING CUP PATENTED JUNE 5th 1860." Measures 2.5" diameter. Measures 1" height collapsed and 2.75" unfolded. Shows very light surface scratches and small chip inside rim of lid, but… (998-763). Learn More »


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BEAUTIFUL PATTERN 1839 OFFICERS SHOULDER BELT PLATE

Very attractive plate made of solid brass. Face of plate has applied silver “US” in gothic script inside an applied silver wreath surrounded by a sunburst. The rays of the sunburst are raised and are part of the cast plate. Reverse has three wide… (160-13). Learn More »

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