Both registration and sign in support using google and facebook accounts. A great solid brass bed made in England circa 1880.Beautifully crafted furniture is always highly desirable.I also offer a personal shopping service for busy discerning customers who lack the time to source a particular item. The bed headboard and footboard are vintage, maybe antique.I have scoured the internet and have yet to find anything remotely looking like this design. It's awesome, but I would love to know the manufacturer and a general date it was from.
My passion is seeking out unusual, quality, period furniture which would enhance any traditional Scottish home or sit well with a contemporary mix.I'm cleaning it now, but have yet to find any identifying marks. Beginning of a dialog window, including tabbed navigation to register an account or sign in to an existing account. I shows wear at corners and edges, the book itself is fine; the Vol. 1919 catalog of saws adn saw tools, complete and fine; plus a YANKEE TOOL BOOK by NORTH BROS. Hasluck reprinted by MWTCA in 1987; plus several Stanley pamphlets. Vaughan & Bushnell #703 iron smooth plane known as a "poor man's Bedrock" with fine original blade, very good knob, tote cracked in middle on one side, very good overall, plus a Stanley household jack plane (same as #5 1/4) very good overall. Pair of jack planes: Stanley Gage G5C corrugated, tote broken at base and glued, good original blade, nice knob, very good overall; and a Stanley S5 unbreakable steel plane with fine SW blade, fine tote and knob, very good overall. Unusual Stanley #191 & 192 iron rabbet planes, both have SW logo blades, and each has the model number cast into both sides of the handle, the 191 needs a depth stop, very good overall.