Accessories/Smalls

LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a gold lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 5" tall and 5" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Pure Kettle Rendered Lard  H.B. Kerns  West Leesport, Pa. ". It is all metal, gold,gold label with black lettering, gold lid and a spotted pig on the front. It is in excellent condition, all seams are all tight with honest wear.

# JRG#29

$73.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a blue lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 4.75" tall and 4.75" diameter. The front lettering reads "Shamokin Packing Co.Pure Lard" with a picture of a native American on the top. It is all metal, blue,white label  with yellow and black lettering, blue lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are tight with honest wear.

# JRG#87

$95.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a red lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 5" tall and 5" diameter. The front lettering reads "Home Rendered Lard K. Trautman  Lebanon,Pa" with a picture of a pig on the top. It is all metal, red with black lettering, gold lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are tight with honest wear.

# JRG#59

$95.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a gold lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 6.25" tall and 6" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Pure Kettle Rendered Lard William F. Balthaser   Temple, Pa  ". It is all metal, gold,gold label with black lettering, gold lid and a spotted pig on the front. lid has minor paint loss. It is in good condition, all seams are all tight with honest wear.

# JRG#48

$38.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a gold lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 6.5" tall and 6" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Pure Lard  B.F. Worthington  Doylestown,Pa. ". It is all metal, gold, red label with pig in gold, black lettering, gold lid. The red label has been worn spot on upper left. It is good condition, all seams are all tight with moderate wear.

# JRG#44

$40.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a gold & green lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 4.5" tall and 4.5" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Pure Lard put up by H.D. Clauser  Philadelphia,Pa. ". It is all metal, gold,green label with pig, black & gold lettering, silver lid. The green label has been worn spot on upper left. It is good condition, all seams are all tight with moderate wear.

# JRG#86

$45.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a black & yellow lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 4.75" tall and 5" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Oswald & Hess Co  Net Wt 2lbs. Maple Leaf Pittsburgh,Pa. ( 1923-?) ". It is all metal, yellow with black lettering, black lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are all tight with honest wear.

# JRG#34

$48.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a gold lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 6" tall and 5" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Pure Lard Cassel's  Stores Reading, Pa ( 1890-1971) ". It is all metal, gold,red label  with black lettering, gold lid and a lily on the front. Top part of label has been scratched off.. It is in good condition, all seams are all tight with moderate wear.

# JRG#58

$45.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a blue & gold lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 6" tall and 5" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Weiland's Lard  Weiland Pkg.Co ( 1912-1962)  Phoenixville, Pa.". It is all metal, blue & gold stripes with white lettering, blue lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are all tight with honest wear.

# JRG#89

$48.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a red lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 6" tall and 6" diameter. The front lettering reads "Pure Lard  Hamburg Meat Market  Hamburg,Pa" with a picture of a pig on the top. It is all metal, red with black lettering, gold lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are tight with honest wear.

# JRG #22

$52.00


CANDLE BOX - SLIDING LID

In the 18th-19th centuries, before oil lamps, everyday source of artificial light, were candles made from animal tallow or beeswax. All candles were handmade through a very time consuming process. Beeswax candles were more expensive than tallow because the household provided the tallow.

All candles were valuable and needed to be protected from bugs and rodents. Candle boxes were made to protect and store them. Candle boxes could be designed to hang or sit  on a table. They could be made of common wood, painted or made of more expensive wood and left unstained. Every household had them.

Offering a freestanding,3 finger sliding top candle box. It has side dovetails and a chamfered bottom. It is dated on the back "1888" and signed and dated "LL 1904" on inside lid.

The dimensions are :17"L,13.25"W,5.25"H.

# H3A-0050

$325.00


HORSE BELLS - ACORN DESIGN

Horse Bells can be jingle bells denoting a jingler inside the cast bell or a clapper found in an open type of bell. Both types have been used for sleigh bells. All horse bells are of brass or bronze metal. While antique bells wear well, the original leather straps usually need replacing due to neglect. Bells look wonderful hanging by a fireplace, draped over an old horse collar or hanging on a wall.

Offering a set of 30 antique horse bells, acorn design, two piece stamped. These bells date from 1880 to 1920. They are machine stamped brass over nickle plated bells.. Originally the bottom half was riveted on to the strap with copper rivets. The jinglet was added and the top piece crimped on to complete the bell. The set is mounted on a new laced 72" leather strap with a brass ring for hanging.

This set was cleaned, polished and lacquered in 2004 by Deanna Weed of Classic Bells in Pottsville, Iowa. Ms Weed designed and constructed the laced strap using "Havana Brown" bridle leather keeping the original buckle. The strap insured value was $360.00 in 2004.

# BLK-1425

$375.00


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