Not mine this time by rhoing

Not mine this time

We’re at Clare’s mom’s and this pair of long nose pliers would have originally belonged to her dad. The history of the company that made these goes back to the late 17th century and is quite fascinating. » H. Boker USA history

Boker no longer manufactures pliers — or sabers! — but these pliers appear in a 1950 catalog that has been preserved online.

Looking back
  1 year ago: “My masked ladies”
 2 years ago: “Long shadows on the beach”
 3 years ago: “I’m a bit excited by this… [Filler]”
 4 years ago: “Abstract? [Filler]”
 5 years ago: “?”
 6 years ago: “ETSOOI for sure!”
 7 years ago: “Happy 17th, Greg & Suzanne!”
 8 years ago: “A ‘painting’ for the living room?”
 9 years ago: “Orange Sulphur”
10 years ago: “Agitated”

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A treasure! Interesting history too.
January 24th, 2022  
A clear focus on these vintage pliers.
January 24th, 2022  
Fascinating items are all around if we only knew!
January 25th, 2022  
Nice simplicity
January 25th, 2022  
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