$ 89.93 $ 124.95
Up for sale is an antique hatchel or flax comb that was used to prepare a flax plant prior to spinning. It was used to separate the flax into different qualities of fiber. One side has a small hole drilled with a piece of rope. Comb measures 23" long by 7 1/2" wide. Wood is 1" thick. Comb has an area of spikes that measure 4 1/2" x 7". Spikes measure 5" tall and have a diameter of 3/4" at the base.
Wood shows some wear and aging and minor cracking. It is still in solid condition.
Check out video below for a nice explanation on how this item was used.
We will not be offering international shipping on this item.
We are offering for your consideration, this vintage two-man cross-cut saw #1. There are no visible labels or marks by the maker. The blade is 66" long and 3 1/4"...
We are offering for your consideration, this vintage two-man cross-cut saw #2. There are no visible labels or marks by the maker. The blade is 66" long and 3 1/2"...
$ 44.93 $ 74.95
We are pleased to offer this carved wood, lidded, 4-footed canister with oval pewter 'TE' label. This canister has a white porcelain knob on the lid and features a curvy shape. I believe the...