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Garden Sculpture I Made with a Mercury Glass Globe

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Posted 1 year ago

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ho2cultcha
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I made this garden sculpture a few years ago w/ a large mercury glass globe i found and some kind of stand i found at the dump along w/ a very heavy, old plumb bob. it stands around 7 ft tall in a native garden i designed for a home made from a rehabbed farmhouse in the Hayward Hills.

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  1. inky inky, 1 year ago
    Your stand is an old kitchen pot stand! graduating from large at the post to small at the top, I have one and keep pot plants on it.....:-)
  2. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 1 year ago
    thank you bellin68 and inky. so that's what it is? a kitchen pot stand? i don't quite get it, although i'm sure i just need to see one in action... do you have pics?
  3. inky inky, 1 year ago
    Sorry! maybe if I said different graduating sizes of.. lidded cooking pans, does that help?..I will try and get a few on mine later and do a demo to for you...:-)
  4. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 1 year ago
    that would be great. i'm a little slow sometimes and need to get a visual in order to understand stuff.
  5. inky inky, 1 year ago
    I found these for you, much better than my odd assortment!...:-)

    http://www.applebyantiques.net/pages/Copper%20kitchen%20ware.htm
    http://www.antiques-atlas.com/antique/large_19th_century_iron__pot_stand/as284a1194
  6. inky inky, 1 year ago
    Sorry! yours is further down near the bottom.
  7. walksoftly walksoftly, 1 year ago
    Well done Inky, never heard of such a thing.
    I've already learnt something new today, may as well go back to bed. :-)

    Nice arrangement, h02!
  8. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 1 year ago
    thank you inky. now i get it. this one is pretty old. what do the old ones sell for? [out of curiosity because i sold this one about 3-4 yrs ago]
  9. inky inky, 1 year ago
    My pleasure .....It's probably best you don't know...but if you do need to know that first link has yours on it with price....:-)
  10. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 1 year ago
    i couldn't figure out what the price for the stand was. the prices i see are for lots of copperware, but i don't see the stand?? am i blind?
  11. inky inky, 1 year ago
    About a third of the way down just after the pans is your stand...yours looks to be an eight, were these are six a nine and a ten...:-)

    http://www.belowstairs.co.uk/acatalog/Kitchenalia.html
  12. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 1 year ago
    thank you so much inky. you actually helped me solve a couple other kitchen riddles i have kicking around.
  13. inky inky, 1 year ago
    I love looking at and researching "stuff"...so it was absolutely my pleasure...:-)
  14. epson233 epson233, 1 year ago
    inky is good and i love reading searching the threads -- just a warning if this is or has mercury in it -- take care if it should break so as not to do harm to yourself or the environment

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