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    I like art and beautiful things. And music.

    What is this round post with knobs?

    I have no idea what this post is. People ask me every day.

    Its threaded on ether end.

    Maritimers think it may be part of fishing gear. Hauling in nets.

    Others suggest textile mill.

    Its lovely and awesome, so if I never know.. oh well.

    Regardless, if you can.... Help!



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    Last edited by Rozie; Aug 25, 2018 at 04:52 PM. Reason: elaborating

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    ca
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    sorry pics are sideways

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    ca
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    Thanks!

  6. #6
    ca
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    maybe?! i would never have guessed that. Have you seen one similar

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    WAG..... part of rope bed?
    No longer politically correct

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    Bruce Reigle

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    Quote Originally Posted by wainzoid View Post
    WAG..... part of rope bed?
    Didnít some rope beds have stretchers ?

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    I believe it may have to do with those old maps we used in school, the ones that pulled down like shades.
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    Maybe it was part of an old loom. https://www.google.com/search?q=vint...j3wmESYBBIHLM:

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    It's hard to see in the pic but the part you can see with the white threads attached is round like yours.
    Last edited by Gambrinus; Aug 25, 2018 at 07:20 PM.
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    ca
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    Quote Originally Posted by wainzoid View Post
    WAG..... part of rope bed?

    ohh I think this could be it!

    Ohio Tulip Top Tiger Maple Rope Bed
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce R View Post
    Didn’t some rope beds have stretchers ?
    IDK. they did need to tighten the ropes tho. They used a bed wrench/key
    No longer politically correct

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    I'd go with the loom bar/tensioner.
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