This knife holder was made in 1974 and given as a XMAS present.On the back it says From The Cross Family, XMAS 1974. It measures 11 1/2" tall by 3 1/2" wide by 1 3/4" deep.
This item is a hanger advertising Vermont Cleansing Co. out of Burlington, Vt. It's in good condition. On one end there is some chipping but nothing serious.
This item is a tailors rule. It's in good condition.
I'm not sure how old this item is, but it would make a great gift for a golf enthusiast. It is 6" long by 3 3/8" wide.
This is a real nice tool. It says "THE BRIDGEPORT HDWE. MFG.CO NO. 120 MADE IN U.S.A. BRIDGEPORT CONN. The name is a little difficult to read, but the number is very clear as is where it was made. It has been recently sharpened. It just needs a little cleaning up.
Here is a large butter churn or washing machine, I am still not completely sure. Barrel in the frame measures 42" high.The barrel itself is 29" high by 23 1/2" in diameter.It has a hook to keep it still or you can unhook it to move it back and forth. It's painted with old blue paint. There is no makers name on it and I do not have the handle that goes with it. THIS IS A PICKUP ITEM ONLY.
Here is a very pretty pill box. I am not sure of the maker, it could be Bircraft. It appears to me to be brass plated and measures 1 1/2" in diameter. The rose is a very deep red, not as light as in the pics.
This is a very nice stoneware jug incised G.S. Guy & Co., Fort Edward, N.Y. and it is a 2 gallon. It does have some issues. On one side the glazing is chipping off. Please see pics for damage. If you wish to see more pics please e-mail me.
Here is an Antique Victorian Sheffield Staghorn carving set c. 1900. Used condition with original box. The box measures 17" long by 6 1/2" wide by 2" high. The knife measures 15 1/2" long and says Made in Sheffield England, stainless steel, double ground. I cannot make out the other words. The fork measures 12" and the sharpener is 14 1/4". The material in the box is stained. Very attractive set with the elk medallions on each utensil.
Here's a really nice picture of a Lamborghini. The picture itself measures 12" by 16". The name sparkles as does sections of the car. On the back of the frame it says SKU 40564
This is a very large silver plated platter measuring 22" by 10". It is marked Reed & Barton, #100 on it and is in the form a large fish. It is in very good condition.
This is a reproduction 1920-1930's racing car made by Wolf Creek products in Eldora, Iowa in the 1980's. Its dimensions are 17 3/8" by 3 5/8" without tires. With the tires its width is 5 1/4".