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E17637 An unusual 19th century carving knife with a carved horn handle. Date: c.1860. Size: 32.5cm. (12 3/4") long. The horn handle is well carved in the shape of a horses lower leg and hoof. The steel blade has seen much use and has been sharpened over the years so it is now quite worn. Originally there may have been a metal collar around the handle, where it joins the blade, but this is now missing. There is slight pitting to the steel blade but other than that the knife is in good condition. £59. U.S.A.
+£12. Western Europe.
+£8.
E17727 A Victorian steel vegetable or herb chopper. Marked 'W .STUTIER MANUF G CUTLER'. Date: c.1860. Size: 29.8cm. (11 3/4") long by 9.8cm. (3 7/8") wide. This chopper has turned beechwood handles to either end and the smaller one is shaped like a mushroom. These are both attached to the blade with brass collars. There is very slight pitting to the steel blade, from use, but other than this it is in very good condition. £62. U.S.A.
+£12. Western Europe.
+£8.
E17654 An early, carved horn dessert spoon. This type of item is very difficult to date as they were made over a long period of time. However, going by the style, and also by the wear, and the distortion to the horn, it is probably from the mid to late 18th century. Size: 23cm. (9") long. This piece has been carved from a single section of horn and is simple in form. As previously mentioned, it has distorted over time and this gives the spoon a lot of character. It is in very good condition, with no cracks, and the horn has an interesting patina. £49. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16869 A most unusual steel implement which was used for mulling wine or ale. Date: c.1860. Size: 41.3cm. (16 1/4") long. This piece is just a coil of steel on a long handle with a turned wooden grip. The coil has obviously been well used. It has been heated in a fire and then plunged into the liquid cooling it quickly. This is obvious from the nature of the wear to the steel. It has seen plenty of use but it is in good condition. £72. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16823 A Victorian, cast iron box iron. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 13.3cm. (5 1/4") long by 8.6cm. (3 3/8") wide by 15.2cm. (6") high. This iron is complete with its' brick which would have been heated in the fire. The iron is simple in form. The handle is turned, in a pleasing shape, from rosewood and the slider has a small, cast brass finial. The piece is, overall, in very good condition. £72. U.S.A.
+£20. Western Europe.
+£10.
D16817 A large, Victorian, cast iron box iron. Unmarked. Date: c.1850. Size: 14.5cm. (5 3/4") long by 9.6cm. (3 3/4") wide by 16.8cm. (6 5/8") high. This iron is complete with its' brick which would have been heated in the fire. The iron is simple in form. The handle is turned, in a pleasing shape, from rosewood and the slider has a simple hook as a grip. There is texturing to the steel on the slider, on the back of the iron, which is quite unusual. The piece is, overall, in very good condition. £72. U.S.A.
+£20. Western Europe.
+£10.
D16815 A large, cast iron box iron. Unmarked. Date: c.1900. Size: 21.5cm. (8 1/2") long by 7.6cm. (3") wide by 17cm. (6") high. This iron is has a sliding door on the back, which only lifts to allow a narrow access. It would have had quite a narrow brick for heating, but this is now missing. The iron is quite an unusual shape and the wooden handle was originally given a dark stain. Some of the stain has now worn from the wood and there is also a small piece, near the back of the iron, which has been burned. The metal was probably plated originally and again, this has worn. Other than this the piece is in good condition. £72. U.S.A.
+£35. Western Europe.
+£10.
D16838 A Victorian, cast iron, iron stand. Unmarked. Date: c.1890. Size: 24.4cm. (9 5/8") long by 7.4cm. (2 7/8") wide by 4.5cm. (1 3/4") high. The section which would take the iron is 16.2cm. (6 3/8") long by 7.4cm. (2 7/8") at its widest part. This piece has an attractive, arts nouveau style design and it is in excellent condition. £47. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16818 A large, and very heavy,Victorian, tailors flat iron. Marked 'KENRICK' and it is also marked with the number '10' which is the size. Date: c.1880. Size: 21cm. (8 1/4") long by 7.3cm. (2 7/8") wide by 13.3cm. (5 1/4") high. This piece is made from cast iron and has a twisted handle. It would have been heated on a special stove for flat irons. It is in very good condition. £28. Collection only.
D16835 A Victorian, cast iron, iron stand with a turned wooden handle. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 26.3cm. (10 3/8") long by 9.3cm. (3 5/8") wide by 3.2cm. (1 1/4") high. The section which would take the iron is 14.6cm. (5 3/4") long by 9.3cm. (3 5/8") at its widest part. This piece has an attractive, arts nouveau style design in the casting. The handle is quite chunky, it is turned from mahogany and there is a brass collar which attaches it to the cast iron. The handle has a piece missing, by the collar, where it has probably been burned by an iron but other than this it is in very good condition. £49. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
D16760 A pair of late 18th / early 19th century steel sugar nippers. Unmarked. Size: 20.2cm. (8") long by 7cm. (2 3/4") wide. When sugar was sold in large cones sugar nippers were an essential kitchen tool. The large cones of sugar were roughly broken and then the nippers were used to cut the chunks of sugar into small pieces. This pair are hand forged and they are decorated with a geometric design. They are in excellent condition. £82. U.S.A.
+£10. Western Europe.
+£5.
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