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Lignum Vitae Bowling Ball Rack
A three-row oak bowling ball rack comprised of twenty-seven (27) regulation sized antique lignum vitae; (heartwood) lathe turned bowling balls.
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Early 20th Century American Industrial Sports Equipment and Memorabilia

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Oak

Lignum Vitae Bowling Ball Rack
H 37.5 in. W 84 in. D 10 in.
Antique Lignum Vitae Night Stick
An Industrial finely turned and warmly patinated antique Lignum Vitae truncheon (night stick), with a decorative handle and the original leather strap. Made in the USA, circa 1900s.
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Antique Early 1900s American Industrial Arms, Armor and Weapons

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Wood

Antique Lignum Vitae Night Stick
H 1.5 in. W 1.5 in. D 13 in.
Fine Lignum Vitae Mortar, 17th Century
This turned lignum mortar is particularly large and has retained a superb color and pagination. Stamped three times “F WEST.” English, circa 1690.
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Antique 17th Century British Decorative Bowls

Victorian 'Holtzapffel' Lathe Turned Lignum Vitae Tazza c.1850
Beautifully crafted Victorian 'Holtzapffel' lathe turned lignum vitae tazza c.1850 with highly intricate geometric designs throughout. Holtzapffel & Co. was a tool and lathe mak...
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Antique 19th Century British Centerpieces

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Wood

17th Century Lignum Vitae Mortar and Pestle
An incredible 17th century English mortar and pestle made from turned lignum vitae, an extremely dense hardwood found in parts of the Caribbean and South America, with incised and ra...
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Antique 17th Century British Rustic Primitives

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Hardwood

Mid-19th Century Lignum Vitae Writing Slope
A mid-19th century lignum vitae writing slope retaining the original Brahma lock and beautifully tooled, velvet writing slope.  
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Antique Early 1800s English Desks

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Wood

Mid-19th Century Lignum Vitae Writing Slope
H 7.00 in. W 14.00 in. D 10.5 in.
Victorian Era Lignum Vitae Bowling Ball on Stand
By Brunswick Co.
Located in Providence, RI
Victorian era Lignum Vitae bowling ball on steel stand. Ball has beautiful patina and figuring. Ball itself measures 8 1/2" inches in diameter. Including stand, it measures 11 1/4" t...
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Antique Late 19th Century American Victorian Natural Specimens

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Steel

English 19th Century Turned Lignum Vitae String Box
English 19th Century turned Lignum Vitae string box of "pillar box" form, the ring turned lid with threaded interior over cylindrical base similarly threaded and turned from a single...
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Antique 19th Century British Boxes

18th Century Lignum Vitae Pestle and Mortar
This is a very desirable set with turned straight sides and waisted body. With exceptionally figured timber the original pestle turned from the same section of wood. English, mid-...
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Country Decorative Bowls

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Wood

Anglo-Indian, Massive Baluster Turned Lignum Vitae Pot Pourri Stand
Late 19th Century Anglo Indian, massive baluster turned, lignum-vitae pot pourri stand. Circa 1880. Lignum-vitae ( iron wood ) is massively dense and the hardest wood known. It has a...
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Antique 1880s Indian Anglo-Indian Planters, Cachepots and Jardinières

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Hardwood

Jean-Michel Frank Style "Americano Escandinavo" Lignum Vitae & Chrome Credenza
By Jean-Michel Frank
Located in Houston, TX
Offered is a gorgeous, refinished "Americano Escandinavo" Jean-Michel Frank style low dresser, sideboard or credenza made in Argentina with Lignum Vitae (an exotic and rare South Ame...
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Mid-20th Century Argentine Mid-Century Modern Credenzas

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Chrome

19th Century Sailor's Fid Made of Lignum Vitae and Brass
Sailor's fid made of lignum vitae and brass. Once an indispensible tool on tall ships, the fid was used to work rope and open holes in a canvas sail.
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Antique 19th Century More Furniture and Collectibles

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Brass

Exceptional Large 18th Century Queen Anne Period Lignum Vitae Mortar
An exceptional large bucket shaped early 18th century Queen Anne period mortar. Executed in lignum vitae with incised band decoration with a fantastic overall patina.
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Antique Early 18th Century English Queen Anne Vases

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Wood

Exceptional 17th Century Carved English Wassail Bowl in Figured Lignum Vitae
An exceptional example of a carved English Wassail bowl, circa 1680, in figured lignum vitae with incised band decoration on the bowl, supported by a wide carved foot, with great ove...
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Antique Late 17th Century English Centerpieces

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Wood

Set of Six Lignum Vitae Goblets and Six Coasters with Storage Box, circa 1960
Set of six lignum vitae goblets together with six coasters with storage box, circa 1960. Six goblets of elegant simple form turned from well-chosen strickingly contrasting wood. Appr...
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Mid-20th Century Netherlands Antilles Mid-Century Modern Barware

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Wood

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