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Susan Sylvester added a discussion to the group Antique Tools
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Not sure what these are!

A friend found this tool and even the old farmers at the coffee shop don't know what it is or it's purpose. Any help? I didn't have a way to measure it, but it is about 10-12"Can we try a twofer? The second tool again the old guys couldn't place it has "Patent" and "March 4 1930" this side has a small nut, the reverse side is the screw that goes into the nut. It appears that it might be adjustable to the application using that screw and nut.See More
Jul 1
Bob Morawitz replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Carnival glass in the group GLASS HOUND HEAVEN: Antique and Collectible Glassware
"This is a fruit bowl base in Imperial 's Twins pattern. It is often called a punch bowl base, but the flutes on the bowl are so deep, it would not hold much punch. (see attached photo)"
Aug 4, 2015
Bob Morawitz replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Carnival Glass small bowl in the group GLASS HOUND HEAVEN: Antique and Collectible Glassware
"The pattern is called Water Lily and Cattails and was made by Fenton."
Aug 4, 2015
Rob replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Hammer wrench multi-tool? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Actually, it's part of an excelsior carpet stretcher circa 1880. http://www.datamp.org/patents/displayPatent.php?id=41537"
Jul 20, 2015
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Primitive tool in the group Whadja Find Today
"Primarily they were used to mash potatoes, fruits, vegies, spices and possibly wheat, although  most wheat was ground with stones.…"
Jul 18, 2015
Susan Sylvester replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Primitive tool in the group Whadja Find Today
"As if they were making small amounts of flour? Would they use a crock and a pounding motion? How long ago would that have been? Very interesting. Thank you."
Jul 18, 2015
Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Hammer wrench multi-tool? in the group Whadja Find Today
"crate hammer, "
Jul 18, 2015
Susan Sylvester added 2 discussions to the group Whadja Find Today
Jul 18, 2015
katherina martindale replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Primitive tool in the group Whadja Find Today
"these are hand mashers, was used to mashing wheat and spices to small powder like form "
Jul 18, 2015
vicki hufstetler replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Carnival glass in the group GLASS HOUND HEAVEN: Antique and Collectible Glassware
"Hi again Susan, and I have to LOL! What you have there is the base to a punch bowl! Many, many folks mix these up, thinking they are "Vases" :) If you flip it, you will see that a matching bowl sat upon the pedestal. Also, I recognize this…"
Jun 15, 2015
vicki hufstetler replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Carnival Glass small bowl in the group GLASS HOUND HEAVEN: Antique and Collectible Glassware
"Hi Susan, Thank you for sharing your pretty little dish on Glass Hounds! :) I think what you have here is actually a berry or sauce bowl, due to the size, being so small. A "Berry Dish" would have had a large master bowl along with an even…"
Jun 15, 2015
Susan Sylvester added 2 discussions to the group GLASS HOUND HEAVEN: Antique and Collectible Glassware
Jun 15, 2015
Jeremy Woodoff replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Ingrahm clock in the group Clocks Antique - Collectible
"Probably under $50 if non-working, maybe a little more than that if working. Of course, if it  were displayed in a shop specializing in Art Deco period furnishings, it might have a higher price tag and could perhaps find a buyer if someone…"
Apr 23, 2015
Susan Sylvester replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion Ingrahm clock in the group Clocks Antique - Collectible
"Thank you Jeremy. What would you think an approximate value would be?"
Apr 23, 2015
Susan Sylvester added a discussion to the group Clocks Antique - Collectible
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Ingraham clock

We have inherited this Ingraham Clock. I haven't been able to find one like it on the internet. It is only 8-9 inches tall at the most. I don't have it with me or I would measure it for sure. It looks art deco in design to me. It isn't working at the moment and I was wondering if it would be worth the investment to take it to repair. It's appearance is in good condition.…See More
Apr 23, 2015
Ellene Meece replied to Susan Sylvester's discussion black & pink Planter in the group Everyday Pottery, Ceramic Cookware, Dishes
"Great information, Vicki! I was hoping you were on this discussion when I first saw it! Susan...here's a sample link to pottery in that era from 1stopretroshop.  I used the key words: Vintage California Pottery black pink planter"
Apr 19, 2015

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