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Swinderby, Lincolnshire UK

I live in a small village in Lincolnshire England and collect anything really that takes my eye and is cheap to buy.


Silver Georgian nutmeg grater. - Silverin Silver
Four 17thC dated 1666 carved panels in a later frame. - Furniturein Furniture
Heavily Carved 17thC English oak Dowry/wedding chest - Furniturein Furniture
Two wooden tribal figures - Folk Artin Folk Art
Paperweight millefori identification if anyone can help. - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Thank you Katherine, I love the site, everyone is so helpful.
  2. I too wondered about some kind of fertility gesture PostCardCollector, my Mothers Grandfather was very well thought of by the natives, he help relocate them to better areas, he married my Great Grandm...
  3. I have managed to capture one of the marks Ivan, the ones in the other side are faint and the camera is blurring them, but I can make out a lion and another SM mark, there is another mark might be a C...
  4. You are right rockbat, I love freshly grated nutmeg on rice pudding, warm milk or frothy coffee. Someone needs to make a modern version of the pocket nutmeg grater and we can grate and sprinkle to our...
  5. I just found this that might help more Carl. What a find though, I do a bit of Metal detecting here in England, a great way of relaxing but getting exer...
  6. Your coin is most definitely a silver Spanish Charles coin, but I'm not sure which one, but you might be able to find it, it is their coat of arms.
  7. I have a similar carved chest to this mine is around the same age made of English oak, unusually mine is lined in lead (not sure why) we know them here as Marriage chests or Dowery Chests. I also have...
  8. I think a pottery called Melrose made these at Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, I think you could also buy hand made carts and gypsy bow top caravans for them, like the one Toad drives in Wind in the Wi...
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Buck Rogers Pocket Watch in original box Look WHOOooo called...........