Century, Sources: 1000-1600 London museum, archelogical and detector finds Material: brass Notes: you can cut the open model to enlarge it Size: inner diameter: 1,6 cm
Thimble Open top thimble - € 8,00 Closed Thimble - € 8,50
Century, Sources: 1200-1500 London museum Material: copper, brass Notes: bar length: 11cm, plate diameter 6cm
Small balance 35,00
Century, sources: Type A from the early 13th century to the middle 14th century. London Museum and european excavations Type B from the second half of 14th century to the end of the 15th century. From private and public collections having pieces found in many European exavations Materials: iron Notes: Type A lenght of the metal part 16 cm Type B lenght of the metal part 20 cm Pair of spurs spurs A 59.00 spurs B 75.00
Turned boxes with lid (set)
Century - Sources: 15th early 16th cent.- from the "Mary Rose" museum, similar ones found in London and property of the London museum collection Materials: wood Measures (height): A (11 cm)B (14,5 cm) C (14 cm) 1 (5,5 cm)2 (9,5 cm) 3 (6,5 cm) Notes: totally handturned, sizes could have little variations Large turned boxes (set 3 pieces A-B-C) 59,00 Small turned boxes (set 3 pieces 1-2-3) 35,00
Brass candleholder 15th cent.
Century - Sources: 15th - from a Normandy finding, same shape visible in Robert Campin "Annunciation" Materials Brass Measures: Diameter: 9 cm - height 19 cm. Notes: Cast in 2 pieces
15th cent brass candlholder 129.00
Century - Sources: 13th-16th - London museum collection Materials: Wood Measures: Leght: 11,5 cm (approx.) Notes: Totally handturned
Thread reel 7.50
Century - Sources: 13th-15th - London museum Materials: Iron Measures: Height: 19 cm (approx.) Notes: Wrought Iron
Iron Candleholder (13th/15th cent) β¬ 22.00
Century - Sources: London Museum, tentatively attibuted to the 14th cent. but similar ones can be seen on early 16th cent. sources (woodcuts, a swedish one original) Materials: Brass, horn panels, wooden handle Measures: Height: 20 cm approx. Notes: totally handmade.
Brass Lantern β¬ 62.00
Century, sources: Italy. Common stylefrom the middle of the 15th cent. to the late of 16th cent. Materials: brass, wood Notes: height65cm
Wooden lamp holder 98.00
Brass lamp 15th cent.
Century, sources: Italy. Common stylefrom the middle of the15th cent to the late of 16th.cent Materials: brass Notes: lenght10 cm
Brass lamp € 25.00
Wooden comb (2)
Century, sources: from early 13th cent to late 15th London Museum and european excavations Materials: wood Notes: totally handmade. dim.9x10 cm approx
Century, sources: Venetian Lira of the "Doge Nicolς Tron" 1472-1474/1479. This is the first italian coin called "Lira" It was used until the 1479 but the Doge died in the 1474. 2,00 material: brass notes: cast copy of a punched original.
Venetian Lira 2,00
Century, sources: Milanese Lira of the Duke of Milan "Galeazzo Maria Sforza"1474-1476 It was used before than the more famous "TESTONE coin" often called 20 soldi's Lira. material: brass notes: cast copy of a punched original.
Milanese Lira € 2,00
BOLOGNA COINS: 1300-1400 "Grosso-picciolo" The picciolo was used for, more or less 2 centuries (1300-1400) it is a very common coin and his design was used in many other italian cities. The only difference was the name of the towns on the 2 sides of it material: brass notes: cast copy of a punched original.
Bologna coins A - € 1,50 B - € 2,00
"Piccolo" 1256-1510 gold coins was in use from 1256 to the 1510, more common in silver at the half of 15th cent. onwards "Grosso Guelfo" 1200-1510 silver made from 1200 to the 1420 circa, gold made from 1420 to the 1510. material: brass