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House On The Hill Quilted Hearts Springerle Mold

House On The Hill Quilted Hearts Springerle Mold

Trivet; Wrought Iron, Round, Heart Handle, 12 inch.   Item C217679     Category: kitchen & household  Type: trivets  Origin: America  Year: 1750 - 1800    A round wrought iron hearth trivet with heart handle, America, 18th century. With "X" and "V" motifs impressed onto handle surface, with spade and scroll feet.

Trivet; Wrought Iron, Round, Heart Handle, 12 inch. Item C217679 Category: kitchen & household Type: trivets Origin: America Year: 1750 - 1800 A round wrought iron hearth trivet with heart handle, America, 18th century. With "X" and "V" motifs impressed onto handle surface, with spade and scroll feet.

North Carolina Chippendale Mahogany Tilt-Top Tea Table attributed to New Bern area, 18th century, solid figured top tilting over birdcage support on vasiform tripod base with ball-and-claw feet, 27-1/2 x 32 x 31-1/2 in.,

North Carolina Chippendale Mahogany Tilt-Top Tea Table attributed to New Bern area, 18th century, solid figured top tilting over birdcage support on vasiform tripod base with ball-and-claw feet, 27-1/2 x 32 x 31-1/2 in.,

One of a pair of blue and white Spode piss pots, or bourdaloues. Society ladies would use these to discreetly relieve themselves while out and about. I'm curious, though - would you carry your own around with you, or would they be provided for the convenience of lady guests at any house/theatre/assembly rooms etc you might visit?  National Trust Inventory Number 929342.1

One of a pair of blue and white Spode piss pots, or bourdaloues. Society ladies would use these to discreetly relieve themselves while out and about. I'm curious, though - would you carry your own around with you, or would they be provided for the convenience of lady guests at any house/theatre/assembly rooms etc you might visit? National Trust Inventory Number 929342.1

Teapot, Coffee pot and cup and saucer, Staffordshire, Leeds, ca. 1770.

Teapot, Coffee pot and cup and saucer, Staffordshire, Leeds, ca. 1770.

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