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    1. Thanks for a great question! I’m writing something to answer it and will try to post it later today.

      Lucky you, having an antique dough box in the family.

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    1. I’d love to write about textile implements, but whenever I have an idea I find some hands-on expert’s already written about it really well. Still, I’ll keep my eye out for ideas and good pictures.
      Thank you so much for taking the trouble to comment. I’m definitely bearing your suggestion in mind.

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  1. I have a wooden box given to me by my great aunt,it has a metal liner which you can take out. It also has a small shovel on the back. She said it was an Old English Ash Box used to carry hot coals from one room to another to start fires. I can’t seem to find any info on it. She passed at the age of 94 and she said it was her grandfathers.

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  2. My Mom had an old “Blouse Iron” (I have a picture if you want to email me back) to give shoulders a puffy shape. Can you tell me anything about it?

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  11. I found a utensil or equipment piece in my barn. I don’t know what it is or what it is used for, I would to send you a picture of it and maybe you could help me find out what it is, what it is called, & what it is used for.

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  13. Have an old item purchased from an Estate sale and was wondering if I sent a picture would someone be able to tell me what it is?

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  14. About a year ago I purchased an antique french dough table – I think it’s called a “petrain”. It’s quite large and the top slides off to access the trough. Would you like me to email a photo for your website?

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  15. Hi
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