The base is all mortised and double pinned, with a deep chamfered lamb’s tongue cut on the inside of each leg. Three board top, which is cypress and the base is white pine RM Early 19th century Virginia Sheraton sugar chest in mustard paint, circa the wood is poplar with all mortised and post construction. Overall height of the basket is 19″ to top of the handle. Woven part of the basket is gracefully tapered D New England Cheese Basket has a single left splint wrap encircling the double bentwood rim of the basket. The Woven Splints form a square shape and the flat woven splints are strong and sturdy,with old age patina. The top bears a delicate scalloped black painted border and is inscribed with fancy scroll initials “J S” and the date ” ” – also painted in black D 20th century Pennsylvania hand made Braided Rug, great condition and wonderful colors D 19th C.
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All of the navigation lights offered here at The Pirate’s Lair have been scrubbed clean and free of all accumulated black soot, any oil or kerosene residue, sea salt, grease and grime, and loose oxidation! Unless otherwise noted each nautical lantern, navigation light, or signal lamp have all been tested with a colorless and odorless lamp oil of which there may be remnants found in the oil reservoir and wick. There is nothing worse than getting years of accumulated black soot from burnt kerosene, or ships grease and grime on a wall or flooring.
The ships lights and navigation lights which you purchase from The Pirate’s Lair will be ready for your use and display as there will be no need for you to first get any special industrial cleansers or degreasers to remove any of the aforementioned issues.
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Pretty enough for a woman to wear! Lovely ivory silk satin suspenders or braces without the hardware Lovely for display as is, or add the hardware to wear. Beautiful embroidery of little red buds and light blue forget-me-nots flowers with green flowers. Also Listed in the Lingerie Category. I’m also offering this simple wax headpiece to be worn with the wedding gown above.
Although it didn’t come with the wedding gown, it’s very similar to what was worn, so you might want to purchase to go with the silk net veil that comes with the gown above. One side shows a bit more messiness with the thread that may have been attached to the original veil. LOVE the unique daisies in this piece. As with most of these vintage wedding headpieces, the veils are a bit dry and you may want to just get a new one for a few dollars
Main investors are the Canadian Carlyle Group Somers already owned a Somers was formerly known as Bermuda National Ltd. As well as owning BCB, Somers owns a On January 7, it amalgamated with and on April 22, changed its name.
(art detailed below to sell at 11 AM) ANTIQUES: antique wall cupboard, 5 tier barrister’s bookcase with glass doors, harvest table, set 6 hoop backed chairs, kerosene parlour lamp, 6 drawer tiger maple dresser, corner sofa, wooden butter bowl, vintage and antique decoys, red wool blanket, 7 quilts, antique ribbon doll, antique fire fighter’s helmet, Lakefield Police Dept. coal oil lantern w.
I have gathered information on Trunks over the last few years and this information is free and for research use only. Trunks date back to pre-medieval times. They were made in many shapes and sizes and from various materials. They were made of various woods and covered with hides such as deer, horse or cowhide. In the s the hide covered trunks continued and became a little more ornamented with handmade brass tacks, forged iron locks and handles and leather trim.
In the late s and early s round trunks became popular. Looking at them from the end they appear round, with a small flat base. They were covered in leather and hide and usually ornamented with brass tacks.
Trunk Pricing Principles According to Brettuns Village
Custom seat frames for street rods and trucks. I have not purchased from this vendor, so I cannot offer recommendations, good or bad. Golden State has worked closely with General Motors to produce many parts directly from the original tooling. I have purchased one time from this vendor brake hoses and factory manual and was satisfied with the experience. The parts were of good quality and arrived promptly.
The price of this item includes a contribution to a Product recycling fund to ensure that waste electrical and electronic equipment is collected and recycled in a responsible manner.
Yes, there are photos of Barbra Streisand wearing this nightdress from the movie, but this scene along with many others were cut from the final released film, but there is even a blog dedicated to ALL the cut scenes from this movie. It’s a shame, but nice to know someone kept records, and perhaps the original clip will be available at some point! According to the blog, this was for Scene Here’s the link to the blog: Creamy white silk satin and chiffon gown with illusion neckline to round neck.
LOVE the long ruched sleeves with chiffon trim and bow at mid empire bodice. As you can see in the photos of Barbra, she wore with huge oversized night cap
It could be a pretty nice Colonial Revival chest or desk or dresser, in excellent condition, that catches your fancy. But is it all original? And does it matter? Whether it matters is a concern for another day. Today the discussion is just on determining the originality of hardware. Since changing or altering hardware is one of the quickest and cheapest ways of improving the look of an otherwise-bland piece, the pulls are always suspect, especially if they look really good.
Saratoga Trunk circa Another trunk style which developed in the mid ‘s was the Saratoga Trunk. The name started based on large trunks used by the wealthier people visiting the spa resort and racetrack at Saratoga Springs, New York.
Brettuns Village Trunk Shop Purchase trunk replacement parts Before you can nail on those nice leather handles, you’ll probably have to remove some old parts. Be very careful when you do this. There’s a right way and a not-so-right way. If you just yank out the old nails by the heads you’ll bring lots of wood pieces out at the same time. Pry out the ends from inside the trunk, then tap them out gently. If you mess up the wood we’ll notice it when you invite us over for a cup of joe, and we’ll just have to rib you about it.
Read the rest of this page before you make a big mess of things. Also, a quick note to those of you who decide that the correct way to go about this trunk rehab project is to remove each and every part from the trunk so that you can, well, we’re not really sure what you plan to do but one thing’s for sure, you’re going to dismantle the entire thing. Please keep the following in mind: Removing parts is very tough on the wood, and then you have to get your new nails to go back through the same holes they were in before, but since you yanked them out the old nail holes now look like the Holland Tunnel and you wonder when the state will build a tollbooth in front of each and every one of them.
Best to leave the parts in place to the greatest extent possible. Still, some things just flat out have to be removed, like those things that hold the handles in place. Here’s what you need to know: Removing Old Handles and Parts This can be a delicate operation – you need to get the old trunk handle end caps off, then the left over ends of the old leather handles as well.
History[ edit ] A gathering of people at the Rock Park Pump House, Llandrindod, s During the mid th century the ‘healing qualities’ of the local spring waters attracted visitors to the area resulting in an economic boom with the building of a ‘splendid’ hotel at Llandrindod Hall. A period of relative decline during the late 18th and early 19th centuries was reversed with the construction of the Heart of Wales Line making Llandrindod accessible from the Midlands and North West of England, and South Wales.
Enclosure of the common in enabled expansion of the town with the construction of new streets, hotels, shops and houses. During the ‘season’ between May and mid-September visitors would take the waters at the pump rooms at the Rock Park and Pump House Hotel, entertained by orchestras. Hotels, boarding houses and shops—including the Central Wales Emporium on the corner of Temple Street and Station Crescent—provided for the visitors.
AUGUST A look at Captain Scotty DiBiaso’s Panerai watch from this year’s Opera House Cup er JUNO won the schooner class division, the Vintage Grand Classic, as well as the coveted Panerai Best Performance winner award.
See Angie in the office for forms and circular. See you on Friday! Registration for the 38th annual Moffett Race is now open, and closes for receipt of mailed in entries in two short weeks on Sept. If you are entering online, you have until the evening of Sept. There are now even more courses for the race committee to choose from and as always with the Moffett Race, anyone can win! Please go to the following link for online entries, Notice of Race, etc.