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E18104 A small, 19th century wooden butter print carved with a cow. This piece is carved in beechwood and dates from c.1880. The handle and print have been carved together, from one piece of wood. The design is deeply carved and the carving is well detailed. There is some dark staining to the cow but other than that the piece is in very good condition, with no cracks or splits in the wood.
Dimensions: Height 5.7cm. (2 1/4in) Diameter of print 4.8cm. (1 7/8in).
£40. U.S.A.
+£10.
Western Europe.
+£5.
E18110 An early 19th century wooden crimping block and roller. This is a form of wooden iron and it would have been used for putting the ruffs into collars and cuffs. The fabric would be washed and starched and then run through the crimper. This one is carved in beechwood and dates from c.1820. These are difficult to find as, so often, the two parts become separated. This is a very good example and both parts are in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Block: Height 2.2cm. (7/8in) Length 9.8cm. (3 7/8in) Width 7.5cm. (3in).
Roller: Length 14.6cm. (5 3/4in) Diameter 2cm. (3/4in).
£135. U.S.A.
+£10.
Western Europe.
+£5.
E18050 A really unusual wooden box for making a large block of butter. This piece is made in beechwood and dates from the last quarter of the nineteenth century. It works on the same principles as an ejector print in that you fill it with butter, chill it, and then push the butter out of the box, ending up with a large slab of butter with a design on the top. There are screws which regulate how far back in the box you can take the follower. In this way the piece was probably, also used as a measure. At first it appears that the box is quite crudely made as it is held together by small, brass pins. However, on closer inspection, all of the joints are also dovetailed so it is actually very well made. It is in excellent condition.
Dimensions: Height 18cm. (7 1/8in) Width 17cm. (6 3/4in) Depth 7.5cm (3in).
£90. U.S.A.
+£15.
Western Europe.
+£10.
E18049 A very large, 19th century, sycamore dairy bowl. This bowl has had quite a hard life and has been well used. This shows particlualy on the exterior, where the wood is now quite dark. However, the interior has a lovely colour and patina. The various stains and marks from use just add to the character. Structurally the bowl is in excellent condition, with no cracks or chips. It dates from c.1840 and bowls of this size and period are hard to find in such good condition.
Dimensions: Diameter 47cm. (18 1/2in). Height15cm. (6in).
£395. U.S.A.
+£55.
Western Europe.
+£20.
E17810 A 19th century wooden butter print carved with a Prince of Wales feathers design. This piece is carved in beechwood and dates from c.1860. It has been carved in two pieces and the handles screws into the print but this is now so tight that it cannot be unscrewed. The design is deeply carved and the carving is very well detailed. The face of the print has some dark staining but other than that the piece is in very good condition, with no cracks or splits in the wood.
Dimensions: Height 11cm. (4 3/8in) Width 11cm. (4 3/8in) Depth 11cm. (4 3/8in).
£72. U.S.A.
+£10.
Western Europe.
+£5.
E17473 A 19th century, beechwood dairy bowl dating from c.1830. This bowl is turned from beechwood and has a simple turned design on the exterior. It has seen a lot of use and has two patches of wear to the exterior, probably from where it has been resting on its' side, on a shelf. This wear adds to the character of the piece. Otherwise it is in excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or worm holes, and the wood has a rich, pale patina.
Dimensions: Height 9.2cm. (3 5/8in) Diameter 34.5cm. (13 5/8in).
£195. U.S.A.
+£30.
Western Europe.
+£10.
E17612 A heavy, 19th century wooden chopping board. This board is carved in beechwood and dates from c.1880. It is a simple, rectangular form with a long handle. The centre of the board is very slightly dished from and there are numerous cut marks to both sides of the board, from use. The board has now been very well cleaned and is in excellent, usable condition. It can be used either as a chopping board or for serving food.
Dimensions: Length 47.5cm. (18 3/4 in) Width 29.5cm. (11 5/8 in) Thickness 3.5cm. (1 3/8 in).
£72. U.S.A.
+£30.
Western Europe.
+£10.
E17839 A good quality, Victorian, carved wooden butter print. Unmarked. Date: c.1860. Size: 10.5cm. (4 1/8") diameter by 9.2cm. (3 5/8") total length, including the handle. The print is very well carved, in beechwood, with a cow, a thistle and a tree. The carving is very well detailed and a little different to the usual. The print and handle are carved from two separate pieces of wood and they are joined together by a screw thread in the wood. The piece is in excellent condition. £92. U.S.A.
+£10.
Western Europe.
+£5.
E17814 A carved, wooden, butter ejector print. Unmarked. Date: c.1890. Size: 7cm. (2 3/4") diameter by 12cm. (4 3/4") total length when the print is pulled back into the cup. This type of print was filled with butter and then the butter was pushed out, leaving a small pat of butter with the design on the top. This one is carved, in beechwood, with a thistle and foliage. It would turn out a pat of butter 5cm. (2") in diameter by 3.2cm. (1 1/4") high. It is in excellent condition and the wood has a rich patination. £59. U.S.A.
+£12.
Western Europe.
+£8.
E17653 A 19th century wooden dessert spoon. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 25cm. (9 7/8") long. This piece has been carved from a single piece of beechwood and it is simple in form. It is very slightly distorted, and also quite worn to the rim, with age. It is in very good condition, with no cracks, and the wood has an attractive, light patina. £39. U.S.A.
+£10.
Western Europe.
+£5.
E17610 A heavy, 19th century wooden chopping board. Unmarked. Date: c.1880. Size: 37.5cm. (14 3/4") long by 27cm. (10 5/8") wide by 3.8cm. (1 1/2") thick. This board is carved to resemble and apple in shape and it is carved in beechwood. The centre of the board is quite dished from where it has been used, and there is a slight warp to the board, with age. It has now been very well cleaned and is in excellent, usable condition. £72. U.S.A.
+£30.
Western Europe.
+£10.
E17556 A small, butter ejector print. Unmarked. Date: c.1890. Size: 4.5cm. (1 3/4") diameter by 9.5cm. (3 3/4") total length when the print is pulled back into the cup. This type of print was filled with butter and then the butter was pushed out, leaving a small pat of butter with the design on the top. This one is well carved, in beechwood, with a Prince of Wales feathers. It is in excellent condition. £49. U.S.A.
+£12.
Western Europe.
+£8.
C16100 A wooden triangle. These items were used to stand saucepans when they have been taken off the stove and they were also for standing round bottomed egg bowls. This one is made from beech wood. Date: c.1940. Size: Each side of the triangle is 23cm. (9"). It is well made, with pegged joints. It is in very good condition but it does have a burn mark to one side, where a hot pan has burned it. £29. U.S.A.
+£8.
Western Europe.
+£4.
B15300 An attractive sycamore pastry board. Unmarked. Date: c.1920. Size: 45cm. (17 3/4") long by 30.5cm. (12") wide by 2cm. (3/4") thick. This piece is made in four sections which are all put together by dovetailed joints. Although very simple it is very well made and the wood has a beautiful patina. It is in excellent condition. This type of board is also very useful for serving. £55. U.S.A.
+£25.
Western
Europe.
+£10.
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