MAKE DO SHAVING BOWL
For those of you that like make do repairs like I do, boy, take a look at this barber bowl.The staples are amazing and it is held firmly together as seen on the inside. The bowl is marked on the bottom which is a bit hard to read and is 12" x 11 1/2" in diameter and 4" high.
Meet The Honorable George Rose who is in a great gold frame with his name under the pictures. He is 19 1/2" high x 17 1/2" wide. This is actually one of a pair of him. The other is identically framed but in his minister clothes and labeled The Reverand George Rose.
Probably the best reproduction helmet I have ever had. This one came from Scotland and was made in the 20th Century. Check out how great it looks on my Brewster chair.
Done in chaulk or water color this minister Thomas Cooke has the nicest features and is a great addition over a Pilgrim chest or table. He is 31" high x 26" wide.
Contempory painting of Phillip IV of Spain really has a ton of character and looks terrific above an early chest or table. Done on board and probably dates from the 1920's it is 23" high x 19" wide.
A fantastic gathering basket probably used for drying. It is 38" x 37" in diameter. Made of bark on willow. What a statement hanging on a wall.