The adze is an axe-like woodworking tool with a rectangular iron blade with sharpened edge set at right angles to a wooden handle. The main parts of an adze are the grip, the haft, the haft head, the blade, and the edge.
The wheeled four-poster baby crib is constructed of dark wood with turned spindles on each side, and four posters. The crib bottom has nine supporting slats. The crib has missing parts and some damage.
The wooden frame for a wool or yarn winder is designed with two notches to hold the spokes and crank or handle of the hand operated machine. With completed parts, this tool was used to wind threads of yarn into skeins.
This is a rocking style metal fluting iron with two parts. The top part, with a handle, is embossed with a horseshoe and the words "Good Luck." The rectangular base has ridges that correspond to those in the top piece. After heating the base of...
Used to mount and separate electrical power and signalling lines on poles, this clear glass insulator is made up of several parts that give it a distinctive shape: the rounded dome and crown, a wire ridge and groove, skirt, and base.