This is an antique handpainted 24" hand saw. The name screw says C.E. Jennings & Co., New York. There is an eagle with a shield on the name screw. Our information said the company operated under this name from 1878-1923. (Not sure about that.)
There is a small crack in the middle of the handle but it is in good condition for its age. See photo. The saw blade depicts a red barn in the fields with a road and fence by it.. Beautiful late summer or fall scenery...
This is a beautiful turn of the century condiment holder. ( Victorian Cruet Caddy/ Castor Condiment Holder -- Vintage)
It originally contained 5 condiment inserts but unfortunately they have been lost over the years. This is the holder only.
This is quadruple silver plate. However, someone down through the years has painted it a light soft green. It is still gorgeous and quite ornate.
It is marked on the very bottom. It has the number 325 on the bottom of the holder...
This Antique Curling Iron is constructed out of sturdy iron with wooden handles. This antique iron was originally heated over an open flame or stove and then used to curl hair. This iron is old but it still works-- opens and closes with spring action. There is a little darkening due to fire heat and usage. Measures 9". This would be a great item to add to a collection or for display at a hair salon!
This Antique Curling Iron is constructed out of sturdy iron with wooden handles. This antique iron was originally heated over an open flame or stove and then used to curl hair. This iron is very old--the patent was 1891. On the steel it says "Princess".
Still works, opens and closes with spring action
There is a little darkening due to fire heat and usage. Measures 9".
This would be a great item to add to a collection or for display at a hair salon!
This Antique Curling Iron is constructed out of sturdy iron with wooden handles. This antique iron was originally heated over an open flame or stove and then used to curl hair. It was brutal on hair. Sometimes it singed hair. This iron is old but it still works-- opens and closes with spring action. Measures 8 1/2". Very clean. This would be a great item to add to a collection or for display at a hair salon!
This is an antique and well used farm pulley. Double wheel set in wood frame. From the top of the hook to the bottom of the pulley it is 9" overall. It is 3" wide. This would be an excellent addition to any collection or it could go right back to work . SEE PHOTOS. One side is missing a small piece of wood, about 1/2". As is. No returns.
This is a saw vise in good working condition. Vise has normal wear, full length 9 1/2" jaws that open easily and clamp down securely. 2" bench clamp. Not marked. All parts are present. Everything works easily . One wing nut on the bench clamp has a broken wing. Sold as is, no returns. The "C" clamp comes off for storage.
This is a Hemingray No. 9 green/teal antique glass insulator. The patent date is May 2, 1893. It is chipped and has one rather large chip on the very bottom but considering that it is 118 years old it is a treasure. It has some
nice ‘bubbling’ in the glass from when it was made and the color is beautiful. It measures 3 1/2" X 2 1/4". Thanks for checking out Lemon Tree Treasures. Come again.
This is an antique iron horse harness bit. It looks handmade but I am not sure of that. It measures 12" long. It has 3 " diameter loose rings. This bit is very rusty but that makes it look cool and adds
character. Great for decorative purposes. For gifts or your own personal Western style, we sell a wide variety of western home decor, horse tack, purses, shelves, horse collar, clocks. If you love the Cowboy Way chances are you would like to bring that lifestyle right into your home...
Here we have 3 assorted antique/retro kitchen utensils. One is the small vintage hand held peeler and grater from M. E. Heuck Co. and made in the USA. Has some surface rust. Measures 5 inches x 2 inches. The metal has darkened with age. Otherwise it is in good usable vintage condition. Approximately 1930-1940 .
Next we have the vintage A & J Wood Handle Can/Bottle Cap Opener--Tool Steel Tempered. Made in the USA. The bottom sharp piece actually slides up and down the handle...
This is an antique 1902 Morrill USA Apex Special saw set tool.
This tool has a squeeze spring tension hand grip that works. This is still a workable tool. On the upper handle it says "Patented Feb. 23,1897. July 1, 1902".
On the upper handle it says "Morrill, New York." It's a great tool.!!! THANK YOU FOR LOOKING!! HAPPY SHOPPING!!!!!! Stop by our "Lemon Tree Treasures" Store at Cyberattic and look at our other items.
The first practical sewing machine was developed by Isaac Singer in Massachusetts, 1850. One year later, Singer and Edward Clark formed I.M. Singer & Company. In 1863 the company was changed to Singer Manufacturing Company.
This bottle is old but it is in great condition,.The bottle is rectangular, made of clear glass and embossed with the Singer "S" logo and "SINGER MANUFACTURING CO./TRADE MARK" on the front. See photos.