Iron and brass spatula with copper rivets. American, 18th century. Length is 15 inches.
Early American 19th century iron and brass kitchen spoon hand crafted by a blacksmith. Measures 13 inches long overall; the bowl is 4.5" long.
18th century American iron bread peel. New England, circa 1780. Note the wonderful hand forging. Measures 40.5" long x 7.5" wide.
Solid brass adjustable pivoting wall hook. English, 19th century. Extremely well made from heavy solid stock brass. The hook slides across the bar to move a suspended item closer or further away. Weighs 4.5 pounds. The back plate is 9" high by 5.5" wide; the arm extends 11" when swung out and 2.5" when folded.
Pair of antique solid brass fireplace andirons. English, early 19th century. Classical style with urn tops and ball and claw feet. The top of one of the andirons has a very small old professional repair. Note the two-part mold line that is seen only in period andirons. Each andiron is 20.5" high x 14" wide x 21" deep, and weighs 18.5 pounds.