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A very old Holland Delft Tobacco Humidor. You see this design often reproduced today with much lighter blue decoration, on a white background. The decorations adorning the reproduced pieces are not nearly as detailed or as attractive as the decor is on this old treasure.. Sometime in this quaint antique's past it was miss handled and broken into many pieces. Fortunately, rather then being sent to the trash, it was lovingly glued back together and today is still treasured by it's owner for it's memories and it's old world charm, despite it's loss of monetary value due to the damage.
the beauties I found at my local antique fair
Check Out My Blog For More Antiquing Fun Stuff: http://AntiquesAtLongLast.com Back in the 1890s when you road on a train and had a bunk, this Antique Oak Pullman Coach Cabinet served as your full service sink, shoe shine setup, medicine cabinet, coat rack, and a candle holder. It had a water cabinet which enabled you to use the sink. Paid $850 ten years ago now easily worth over $2K :) For more cool info like this, check out my blog: http://AntiquesAtLongLast.com Please comment, rate and subscribe.
The man who makes £100,000 watches 4 hours ago During his lifetime, George Daniels was considered by many to be the finest watchmaker - or horologist - in the world. Working from his studio in the Isle of Man, Daniels is claimed to be the first person in history to make every component of a watch from scratch and by hand. The timepieces he painstakingly produced were said to be among the most extraordinary and technically advanced watches ever made. Daniels died in 2011, bequeathing his entire workshop to his apprentice Roger W. Smith who continues what is known as the Daniels method of handmaking watches. Smith started his own studio in 2001, and now produces around 10 watches every year. Each of the watches - prices for which start at £95,000 - takes more than six months for a singl...
Tuesday 23rd May 2017 saw 60103 'Flying Scotsman' hauling 'The Cathedrals Express' from Bristol Temple Meads to Minehead. Filmed at Claverham, we see 'Scotsman' coasting past with Class 47, No. 47 746 'Chris Fudge' taking up the rear, shortly before stopping at Yatton. Hope you enjoy!
67S DEPARTING BRISTOL TM
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Hey lovelies, I went to another amazing vintage fair in Chelsey, called Frock me! My best friend Rossella was with me and we enjoyed it a lot. I only got the hat and a pair of long black gloves which I'll show in another video I'm sure. Sorry for the shakiness, lol!!! xxxx See my previous video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GGUQ8O7zT0 If you want to interact with me you can find me on social media: Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/q6ts3qm Blog: http://stripesandscarlets.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ariettita Instagram: http://instagram.com/ariettita Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/ariettita/ or email me at email@example.com Music: Foxtrot With Young Lady ver. 1and Sleeping At The Balcony ver. 1- by Alan Paul Ett - Reformer Music Publishing See you soon!!!!!! x...
The afternoon of the 10th May on the WSR in glorious weather featuring stations: Williton, Blue Anchor, Dunster and Minehead. The locomotives rostered on passenger service trains that day were ex SDJR Class 7F, 53808 and ex GWR Large Prarie 51xx Class, 5199. The ex BR Class 03 diesel mechanical shunter, D2133 was particularly busy acting as station pilot at Minehead. Class 7F, 53809 was also undergoing maintenance in the yard at Minehead creating a distinct Bath Green Park shed atmosphere. (The reason for the unusual foot level views is that I had no other tripod whilst taking still images.)
60103 Flying Scotsman on The Cathedrals Express at Bristol TM May 23rd 2017, with several HST Sir Kenneth Grange 43002 showed up, couldnt get decent shot to many rail staff in way, others included 221-220-158-153 class some in new GWR green livery
One way to spend your Valentine's Day is doing something you love. Being enraptured by objects and clothing of the past is how I spent my Valentine's Day. Conveniently, Lou Lou's Vintage Fair was in town, so myself and my friend Cat stopped by. Here is my perspective. Music: Billie Marten - Ribbon Find Cat Eliza T's Youtube Channel here : https://www.youtube.com/user/catelizaT Watch Cat Eliza T's music video here : http://youtu.be/-65qoc16vzE Watch Cat and I's first vlog together here: http://youtu.be/x2mqhRQgv_s Take Courage, Olivia -------------------------------------------------------------- Blog: www.oliviatakescourage.blogspot.com Tumblr: www.mellow-us.tumblr.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/oliviatakescourage
This symposium explores on the ancient city of Tyre, founded in 2750 B.C. by the Phoenicians, who created an alphabet and the first democracy in the world with a parliament and senate elected directly by the citizens. Tyre is the legendary birthplace of Europa, the daughter of the King of Tyre, the namesake of Europe. The city and the civilization was left in ruins by Alexander the Great who went to war against the Tyreans. For transcript and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=7191
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Thrand and Eldgrim test out the medium Pilum on a Viking age center grip large round lamented shield covered with linen and raw hide. So sit back grab an ale, wine or mead and enjoy this ancient work of antiquity tested on the toughest shield they own to see if it would render it useless in battle and penetrate it. Fear not they shall return to test all three pilum heads soon even as possible spears in battle. Be sure and like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Thrand Be sure to Subscribe to our Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/ThegnThrand?sub_confirmation=1 Help us keep channel going on Patreon http://www.patreon.com/Thrand
Thrand and Marquez test out Neil Burridge's Wilburton British Bronze age sword on one of Thrand's new and improved Ivar analog Ballistic gel heads to see how much carnage it could have inflicted historically. So sit back grab an ale, mead or wine and enjoy this escapade of gruesome antiquity. http://www.futuremuseum.co.uk/collections/people/lives-in-key-periods/archaeology/the-bronze-age/hunting-warfare/sword,-lockerbie.aspx http://www.bronze-age-craft.com/ http://www.bronze-age-swords.com/British_and_European.htm Be sure and like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Thrand Be sure to Subscribe to our Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/ThegnThr... Help us keep channel going on Patreon http://www.patreon.com/Thrand
Thrand test out Medieval Shoppes Greek Lions head tasset belt to see how effective cloth, leather and studs can protect the hip and thigh. Thrand uses Neil Burridge's Naue II bronze sword and test the Greek and Roman style armor to see if a cut can make it through to the exposed leg. So sit back grab an ale, mead or wine and enjoy this exciting test to honor the ancient age of antiquity. Be sure and like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Thrand Be sure to Subscribe to our Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/ThegnThrand?sub_confirmation=1 Help us keep channel going on Patreon http://www.patreon.com/Thrand