This marine gimbal compass was used during World War II and is made out of wood and metal.
These golden mallard bookends are perfect for all bookcases in any room of any home.
This vintage brass baseball player is actually a piggy bank. It holds all types of money and splits in half to open.
This Scottish Terrier figurine is heavy enough to function as a the perfect door stop.
Vices Collection: howlin' wolf lighter in brass. Collaborated with a local Toronto artist who hand etches graphics into Zippo brand lighters.
This pair of unique art deco swans were made in Korea and probably date from the 1950s to 1970s.
At some point in this vintage fellow's long life, his front paw was damaged and it has been lovingly repaired with a different metal than bronze.
This skull pictures is entitled "The Head". It is printed on an old "S" page from the dictionary.
The Lufkin Rule Company was originally founded in 1869 by Edward Taylor Lufkin, an American Civil War hero, to serve the logging industry. It was subsequently purchased and moved to Saginaw, Michigan which was the center of the logging industry in the lat
This brass whistle has a cork "ball" and a brass lanyard chain. It would be secured to the officer's uniform by the hook. This whistle is unusual because it doesn't have a manufacturer's name although appears to be a "6" and a "7" stamped on it.
These meta frame photos come with four different images: a winter forest scene, a majestic white horse galloping through the ocean, three goats on a mountainside, and a cloudy landscape with rolling hills.
This vintage pair of bookends was probably created in China in the 1960s. Causal yet chic, the ocean lover's bookends showcase their warm golden metallic luster with hints of natural patina each with a graceful shape, beautiful scalloped textured details
A vintage, solid brass/bronze, statue of a greyhound dog in standing position with finely detailed features.