Antique French Industrial Series Waterwheel and weather station by Guilmet. - Gavin Douglas Antiques
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Pair of miniature paint-decorated lift-top chests Pennsylvania, Possibly Lebanon County, circa 1840 Pine and cherry, inlaid bone escutcheons, original painted decoration, 5 x 8 ¼ x 4 ¾ and 5 ¼ x 8 ½ x 5 inches. Each chest bears a paper label inscribed "Samuel Ruth." PROVENANCE: Steven F. Still. Est. $3,000-$5,000
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ANTIQUES ROADSHOW one of my favourite programmes has been on British tv since 1979. My favourite expert has to be Geoffrey Munn the jewellery expert, I love the way he talks about each item, his passion and love for jewellery is so poetic, would love to meet him
Centre County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower c - Apr 25, 2014 | Pook & Pook, Inc. in PA
Centre County, Pennsylvania painted pine dower chest, dated 1814, the front with a large panel of a spread winged eag... on Apr 25, 2014
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Bowled Over By Burl
As boys growing up in New York’s Mohawk Valley, the twins hacked, gouged scraped without much success. “Dad sawed a burl off the side of a tree we hollowed it out with a chisel hammer,” recalls Leslie, who, together with brother Leigh, filled the cavity with charcoal briquettes fired it up. To keep the coals red hot, “We fanned them with a hair dryer,” he recalls, while cradling the creation scarred by fire, rugged chain-saw marks an old bullet hole. The Keno Twins