What is it? Found in pa

Oct 2, 2012
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bowwinkles

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could be a curtain rod hanger, the other end of the curtain rod that went into this device had a like device with an orifice that would have been open at the top so you could just drop the rod down into it. I also have seen towel racks that had similar ends.
 
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could be a curtain rod hanger, the other end of the curtain rod that went into this device had a like device with an orifice that would have been open at the top so you could just drop the rod down into it. I also have seen towel racks that had similar ends.

I would say this is correct... only i am gonna say for a "shower rod".
 
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I find loads of these, not really sure what they are, & never keep them.
 
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ironhorse

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I dont think the shower rod was a thing really before the days of electric pump driven water, and it does look old...

when I see these things( and I do find them too) I feel they are parts of old lamps, especially the two ports on the top remind me of whale oil lamps, although there were many designs etc , the age seems right
 
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I Found something similar near an old fort in the Caribbean & it turned out to be a jacket Button from a soldiers coat / jacket around the 18th century
 
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I Found something similar near an old fort in the Caribbean & it turned out to be a jacket Button from a soldiers coat / jacket around the 18th century
Welcome to Tnet.
No way are the ones I find anything to do with buttons.
 
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I dont think the shower rod was a thing really before the days of electric pump driven water, and it does look old...

when I see these things( and I do find them too) I feel they are parts of old lamps, especially the two ports on the top remind me of whale oil lamps, although there were many designs etc , the age seems right
Good thinking, I find loads of oil lamp parts in fields, so makes sense.
 
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