Cullompton Antiques 

 
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An early 19th century ice bucket in brass and of very pleasing form. Dovetailed construction and measures 10 inches high and 10 inches in diameter. Showing its two hundred odd years of use and could do with a clean if to be used for its original purpose once more but is water tight.

Price £170    €189.99    $216.24

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Brass ice bucket - English - Georgian
Recently acquired from a local source, this beautiful vintage butchers block features a solid beech top, and stands on a pine base. Unusually it stands a little over 34 inches high so is an absolutely ideal height to serve as an island unit if desired. A very substantial piece it would be a fabulous addition, or indeed a central feature, for any country kitchen interior or farmhouse. This butchers block is in good condition, and the previous owners were sorry to see it go as it is such a lovely piece. A full 6 foot long by 2 foot deep and just over 34 inches high.

72 inches long, 24 inches deep and 34 1/2 inches high.

Price £835    €933.20    $1062.12

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Large English butcher's block - kitchen island
A Victorian pine apothecary or spice cabinet with 21 drawers. Original brass ring pull handles. Dimensions 37 inches wide by 37 inches high and a little over 12 inches deep.

Price £625    €698.50    $795.00

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Victorian pine apothecary  cabinet, 21 drawers
A mixed collection of antique pewter (and one copper) tankards, measures, jugs etc - many with Georgian and William IV touch marks - for many years these were in the well known North Devon pub the Duke of York at Iddesleigh. - priced individually but prefer to sell as one lot for £200

Price £200    €223.52    $254.40

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Antique pewter measures, tankards, jugs etc 1800s
An early bed warming pan with engraved, pierced, and repousse ornamented overhanging lid over pan both in brass. Handle and pan frame is of wrought iron, the latter with with brass turning and finial. Overall length is 40 inches and the lid is 13 inches in diameter. Plentiful evidence of continuous use over many years and associated period repairs but without brittleness and subsequent cracking ('brass disease'). We would date it to the latter part of the 17th century but it could be early 18th and is most probably of English origin. Bed pans of this age are rare and are not to be confused with the copper 'country teashop' variety!

Price £345    €385.57    $438.84

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 17th or possibly early 18th century, warming pan
A particularly large 19th century brass cauldron or jam pan with a diameter of 14 inches and a height of just under 8. In good condition (without the burnt thin base that so many of these have) and ready for your jam making, plant display or prop for an amateur (or professional) production of Macbeth.

Price £80    €89.41    $101.76

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Large brass cauldron or jam pan
Four old French pewter measures - 1/2 litre, 1/2 litre, 2 deciliter and 1 decilitre. All have maker's marks. As we are by no means experts or even knowledgable on continental pewter and AA stipulate a date we have assigned a notional period of date of 1925 to 40 - they may be older (which we doubt, or younger.

Price £65    €72.64    $82.68

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French Pewter Measures