1700s double headed eagle wrought iron pub sign brackets

$2,500.00
Quantity available: 1

Wow here is your chance to hold a great piece of world early settlement history. These hand forged and hamnered wrought iron and hamnered steel plateing pub sigh braxets. Even the eye hooks were forged and hammered along with the mending nails. This piece is not in brand new condition but well aged. Ready to rehang or simply display. The double headed eagle with crest design was known to be used in Scotland and Russia. With the European settlers using the flury corn curve design. The farm estate we acquired these from said their great great grandparents were from Russia and the other from Scotland. So pin pointing the origin we cant do, and can only share tge story. The grandmother from the estate farm kept saying they were from the 15th century, and the grandfather said he thought the 1700s, so as not to misrep we are going with the latter. But these don't come up almost ever. So get your rare piece of history now.

Item Details

Reference #:
1401
Quantity
1
Category
Architectural
SubCategory
Department
Antiques (approx100yrs)
Year
1700s
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
14.00 x 15.00 x 4.00
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Fair
Material
Wrought iron