Monday, April 25, 2016

Cast Iron & Bell

Last week, hubby bought these little antiques from Sri Aman. 

They may be little, but they are very heavy and worth few hundreds each.

An cast iron and a bell.


I don't know what got into him but hubby always have interest in antiques, old sentimental stuff and vintage. Guess he couldn't resist buying them when he bumped into them.

Still, it amazed me to see, touch and feel these old stuff from the past.

Bell

Cast iron

Inside the iron

11 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

The cast iron can be used to crush cookies (in a ziplock bag), when wana make cheesecake, hehe..

Ez Vina said...

Wow, I like that iron, my parents use to have a few of that, it must be somewhere in the store room now.

Agnes cfl said...

My grandparents has got the antique iron too but I was still little that time did not know the value of this iron years later.

suituapui said...

Oh??? Your hubby loves antiques, eh? Ummmmmm...not referring to you, no! Muahahahahaha!!!!!

ChrisAu said...

These you need to put charcoals into it to make it work , that's what I understand from my parents. Really antique stuffs !

mun said...

What are you going to use them for? As decorations? Or keep as antiques to be resell at a higher price later?

Merryn said...

Wow. An antique iron I've seen but not that bell. It is the first time I've even seen in pictures.

Rose World said...

Keep as collection. For now, keep away from the kids. Worry they play and hurt themselves with them.

Yee Ling said...

My grandma has the cast iron and a very old sewing machine too.

Libby said...

Not into antiques :)

Sharon D said...

Wow, that looks heavy. My grandmother had a number of these antique irons. She ran a small dobi business from home in the old days. :)