The numbers I suppose indicates the capacity of these pots. They have different meaning in other type of recipients.
It's easy to verily filling the crock with water and pour it into a measuring recipient.
Then divide the amount for the mysterious number. If I am right you get the unit used.
Beautiful finds DSD Congrats!
You post an image with a bottle and four inkwells at the bottom. I think i know the lilac one at left. Look carefully at the base and tel me has it three smal paws (points)?
Surprise me very much to see many survivors from such an event.
Tell me is the green bottle at left side of the pickles (hexagonal) a poison one?
The other green tall one behind is interesting to me and the amber "female" shaped (behind the pottery) too.
They are nice interesting pieces.
My lock is made in Spain.
The bronze disc you see in one of the
images is a cap that covers the key hole in order to prevent the exterior environment.
My lock square hole fot the knob/handle shaft is a little smaller 1/4 "
I use muriatic acid for remove rust...
Tell me how old are the glass door knobs you have?
You said Looks like for a gate maybe. The antique gates i know have a different way to lock.
My one was used in a main thick door. That's why it has a long tube for introduce the (long)key.
I found some data about this:
The story of the brand started when the hairdresser Charles Jundt bought the Manhattan beauty salon of the New York City Ritz Hotel in 1916. In 1926, he began producing make-up and a year later he added fragrances to their product list. The company joined with...