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Victorian Era894 of 1055Large collection of glass negatives and positives and Albumin photos by Lala Deen DayalVictorian Scrapbook 1879 - mourning
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Posted 3 years ago

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livetoride
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Some type of grill, help me out if you know. Found it in my grandmothers home.

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  1. YardSaleDave, 3 years ago
    Looks to be hand forged by a skilled blacksmith. It is probably a one of a kind, made for someones specific needs. It sits too low for fireplace use, so I would guess it was made for camp/trail cooking.
  2. livetoride livetoride, 3 years ago
    Thanks yardsaledave, what you replies with is about what I was thinking it is. Appreciate it.
  3. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 3 years ago
    Yeah Dave, I'm with you, might I also add that I think the grill part has been bent down somewhat and should be actually flat to hold a pot or pan.........like the twisted handle to act as a 'heat sink'...........great thing.
  4. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 3 years ago
    When I was a kid they had these grills at the park. Placed here and there were these small stone grills. Just long rectangle stone things nothing special. They had a lip for the grill. This is what that reminds me of.
  5. livetoride livetoride, 3 years ago
    Thanks everyone for your comments!
  6. justin-sanford justin-sanford, 3 years ago
    perhaps for baking bannock trail bread?

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