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  • Item 1133

    Unrestored.  This one was lightly cleaned so as not to damage original seasoning and a new layer of seasoning was added for additional protection.

    This is a old spider skillet with the round bottom a type that was popular until just after the Civil war.   Bottom gate marked, sits on three stubby legs.  Small hanging hole.   This one is a little deeper than the ones you usually see.  Condition of the interior is remarkable – smooth as glass with only some casting voids as flaws.

    Marked #10

    11’ diameter.

    cleaned so as not to damage original seasoning and a new layer of seasoning was added for additional protection.

    No cracks, may be some minor edge chipping on the handle but i think it is casting flaw.  Sits on it’s legs.  Cooking surface is just stunningly smooth with only a few casting voids marring the perfection.

    $120

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $120.00
  • Item 1119

    Cleaned and restored.

    These are works of art.  These are works of art.  Very finely cast with incredible detail.

    You do find some wonderful cast iron things when you go picking and today I’ll be listing three old pipe rests, which honestly will make the most amazing spoon rests.  These are 125-150 years old each.  This one is in the design of a man smoking a pipe with excellent detail.  Casting quality is extraordinary.  These were small lot poured rather than mass produced.

    Marked: “3546”  and with 4 dots.

    5” 1/4 x 3” 7/8

    No cracks or chips.  seasoned.

    $100 shipped

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $100.00
  • Item 1120

    Cleaned and restored.

    These are works of art.  Very finely cast with incredible detail.

    You do find some wonderful cast iron things when you go picking and today I’ll be listing three old pipe rests, which honestly will make the most amazing spoon rests.  These are 125-150 years old each.  This one is in the design of an eagle clinging to a branch.  Casting quality is extraordinary.  These were small lot poured rather than mass produced.

    Marked: “649”  and with 4 dots.

    6” 3/4 x 3” 3/4

    No cracks or chips.  seasoned.

    $100 shipped

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $100.00
  • Item 1082

    This is a old tool for making cast iron cookware and other ironware.  This was meant to be used to pack the sand around the form to get a nice tight fit so that when the form was removed you’d be left with a sand mold into which to pour the molten iron.  I believe the wood is maple but I am certainly not an expert in wood identification.

    Unrestored.  Sold as found.

    $50 shipped

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $50.00
  • Item 1081

    Sometimes we find something that isn’t iron that we just can’t resist.  This antique nut cracker which was made between the Victorian and art deco age was one of those things.  It’s an amazing little piece with a great patina that can still be used and shows amazing craftsmanship.

    I didn’t find any markings on it, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t I may have just missed them (but I doubt it)

    Unrestored.  Sold as found.

    $35 shipped

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $35.00
  • Item 1053

    Some of you may not know this but I love old kitchen knives.  Old carbon steel blades were probably some of the best blades ever made for kitchen use.  They keep an edge well, are easy to touch up with a steel (or ceramic), and cut better than almost anything made today.  Most professional chefs, love and pamper their carbon steel knives as lesser replacement knives can cost anywhere from $150-500 each.

    I can’t tell if this is bakelite or bone, but this is a very cool knife with a great high carbon steel blade, decorative ferrule with a flower motif and a blade with built in bolster.  This is a fancy knife, certainly not a common kitchen user.

    Knife features  hidden tang, Bakelite or bone handle, ferrule, with a 6” 1/2 blade (called 7” in the trade)with small bolster.  . Ready for use.

    This knife has been professionally restored,  polished and sharpened it is RAZOR SHARP.  It has some nicks and scars from use.

    Unmarked

    $60 shipped.

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $60.00
  • Item 1052

    Some of you may not know this but I love old kitchen knives.  Old carbon steel blades were probably some of the best blades ever made for kitchen use.  They keep an edge well, are easy to touch up with a steel (or ceramic), and cut better than almost anything made today.  Most professional chefs, love and pamper their carbon steel knives as lesser replacement knives can cost anywhere from $150-500 each.

    This one is very special and made in style that was popular during and just after the Civil War.   That said, I think this is a kitchen knife but when I hold it in my hand I’m just not sure.  Could this have been a military utility knife?  I lean towards kitchen because of the bolster (and the fact there is no hand guard) but I’m just not sure.

    Knife features  full tang, original wood scales, double riveted blade and ferrule with bolster  with a 5” blade.  Rivets are brass and decorative in nature – I can’t swear it but I think they have images stamped in them.  Scales (handles) that appear to be walnut (but full disclosure is that my wood identification power is spotty so please check the pictures). Ready for use.

    This Knife has been professionally restored,  polished and sharpened it is RAZOR SHARP.  It has some nicks and scars from use.

    Unmarked

    $100 shipped.

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $100.00
  • Item 1051

    Some of you may not know this but I love old kitchen knives.  Old carbon steel blades were probably some of the best blades ever made for kitchen use.  They keep an edge well, are easy to touch up with a steel (or ceramic), and cut better than almost anything made today.  Most professional chefs, love and pamper their carbon steel knives as lesser replacement knives can cost anywhere from $150-500 each.

    Primitive and possibly home made butcher knife with 7” blade.  Nice blade.  Great hand feel.   Feel the history.  Design is pre 1900.

    Knife features  hidden tang, original wood scales, single pined blade and ferrule to secure blade, with a 7” blade.  Scales (handles) that appear to be oak (but full disclosure is that my wood identification power is spotty so please check the pictures). Ready for use.

    This Knife has been professionally restored,  polished and sharpened it is RAZOR SHARP.  It has some nicks and scars from use. Small crack in scale from where blade was pinned.

    Unmarked

    $60 shipped.

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $60.00
  • Item 1049

    Some of you may not know this but I love old kitchen knives.  Old carbon steel blades were probably some of the best blades ever made for kitchen use.  They keep an edge well, are easy to touch up with a steel (or ceramic), and cut better than almost anything made today.  Most professional chefs, love and pamper their carbon steel knives as lesser replacement knives can cost anywhere from $150-500 each.

    Very high quality, unmarked and beautiful butcher knife with 8” blade.  Nice blade.  Great hand feel.   Really pretty knife

    Knife features  full tang, original wood scales, three brass rivet design, with a 8” blade.  Scales (handles) that appear to be oak (but full disclosure is that my wood identification power is spotty so please check the pictures). Ready for use.

    This Knife has been professionally restored,  polished and sharpened it is RAZOR SHARP.  It has some nicks and scars from use.

    Unmarked

    $75 shipped.

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $75.00
  • Item 643

    Some of you may not know this but I love old kitchen knives.  Old carbon steel blades were probably some of the best blades ever made for kitchen use.  They keep an edge well, are easy to touch up with a steel (or ceramic), and cut better than almost anything made today.  Most professional chefs, love and pamper their carbon steel knives as lesser replacement knives can cost anywhere from $150-500 each.

    Good quality carbon steel with a nice hand feel. This one is perfect for light kitchen duties.  Maker is unknown but the quality is certainly here.

    Knife features half tang, 5” 1/2 blade, brass rivets, and original scales (handles) and a two rivet securing design. Ready for use.

    Weighs 5 ounces.

    This Knife has been professionally restored,  polished and sharpened it is RAZOR SHARP.  It has some nicks and scars from use.

    Unmarked

    $59 shipped.

    *High carbon steel knives are highly sought after knives loved by professional and home cooks alike due to the quality of the steel, the edge it maintains and the hardness that is not matched by other knives.  If you don’t believe me, take a look the opinions of Alton Brown.  Please note these are NOT stainless steel knives, they do require a little bit of care (prompt washing and drying after use, occasional sharpening, etc), but hey, if you can maintain a cast iron pan you’ll find this a piece of cake.  Over time they will develop a patina, and even stain.  But they are probably the best quality steel knives you’ll ever use.

    As always we are happy to combine shipping, as well as take back pieces if you are not satisfied.  (Please see return policy)

    $59.00