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Early Skewers holder is 6 inches long, and the skewers are from 8 inches to 11 ½ inches long

Two Wrought Iron Oval Wafer Irons, America, c. 1757, 1775, one with plate interiors engraved with sawtooth borders surrounding initials "HK" on one side and "GK 1757" on the other, lg. 28 1/2, wd. 7; the other with plate interiors with engraved designs: on one side, a sawtooth border surrounding a six-point star with hearts and initials "HV DB," on the other side, a sawtooth border surrounding a tulip, hearts, and "1775," lg. 26 1/2, dia. 6 1/2 in.

Wrought Iron Rotary Toaster, America, late 18th/early 19th century, the double-arch grill frame with central scrolled heart on tripod base with scrolled feet and shaped, flat handle with heart-pierced lollipop hanger, ht. 5 1/2, lg. 13, wd. 12 1/2 in.

Wrought Iron Trammel Probably Pennsylvania Dated 1765. Punched decoration and initialed WS 37 inches long. Found in a tavern in Delmont, Pennsylvania Garths

Caldron Date: 13th or 14th century Culture: French or South Netherlandish Medium: Bronze and wrought iron Dimensions: Overall: 14 3/4 in. (37.5 cm) Accession Number: 49.69.6

Continental wrought iron and brass wax jack, early 18th c., 6 1/2" h.

Primitive 19th Century Sugar Nippers with serrated blade, Iron with turned wood handle mounted to wood base making it easy to display. 11 1/2"X7 1/4".

A Scottish 18th Century toaster. The front hooks over the grate of an open fire and the handle pushes the ram’s horn holders in and out to make the toast.W: 17 1/2"

18th Century wrought iron Scottish Broiler 10 1/4 X 10 1/8"

ca. 1740-1800; fine design with early fire rail design strap top sawtooth trammel having a wrapped hook and ball handle latch adjustment, 20”x 5” rail top, 2 1/2” strap;