These are three very good looking and heavy brass plated wall brackets which would hold a one-inch diameter rod which could be metal, glass or wood. They would make a stunning statement in a powder room or bathroom. They feel very hefty — each one weighs about one pound, fourteen ounces for a total of five pounds, ten ounces. The brackets would protrude 9¾ inches from a wall. The bases of the brackets are 5½ inches high by 2¾ inches wide. I would think these date from around 1910...
Fascinating reprint of catalog from Radford Architectural Co. showing more than 250 plans for low- and mid-priced bungalows. Plans generally were priced at between $8 and $15 (very few at the high end). Dover paperback, published 1997, 221 pp. Book is new.
"Few area illustrate the evolution of American architecture,both public and domestic, so ideally as Long Island," it says on the back cover. Very interesting book published in 1992 by the AIA. This is a Dover paperback, quarto size, 205 pp. Condition is like new with some very minor wear to cover.