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A pair of 18th century gooseneck strapback tin candle sconces, crimped shell tops, 3” wide, 11” tall, arm is 4” deep. 18th century American whirling broiler with two serpentine grids as decor, 13.75” diameter, 11” handle, hand-forged iron.

Early signed mechanical friction wheel tinderbox, complete with flint, steel, and tinder. “Ives Patent Bristol,” CT. Tin wire, steel, and pewter, 5.25” long, 1.25” wide, 1.75” tall.

Small circa 1820 handcarved maple
songbird butter stamp, PA origin,
2.25” diameter, 2.75” long overall with handle.