Unusual Finds

SewingMachineBase Odd Items

This is the base from an old foot-powered Singer sewing machine. Originally , it would have had a wooden cabinet on top, which housed the sewing machine, and had two small drawers on either side. The sewing machine was ornately engraved and painted.

washpot Odd Items

These steel pots are most commonly found in the south. Some people call them “fish pots”.  They weren't actually bathed in, instead they were large enough to boil water for a bath before hot running water was commonplace.

Resized_20170426_132815 Odd Items

We had a customer bring in a hay trolley for scrap.  Farmers used these to move hay bales inside a barn. It would typically run across a wooden beam.

WagonWheels Odd Items

These steel wheels are from wagons, as well as agricultural and industrial equipment. They are sometimes used as an accent piece for decoration or repurposed decoratively into railings, mailbox posts, furniture, and other recycled art.

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