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Hanging 18thcentury Cooking Tools On Tole Support

Hanging 18thcentury Cooking Tools On Tole Support For Sale

These Eighteenth-century Hanging Cooking Forks Connect To A Tole Support That Is Decorated With Angels And A Triangle With A Sunburst Surround (or The Eye Of Providence). The Tools Themselves Are Very Unusual - One Is Decorated With A Seashell, The Other With An Alligator Poking Out Its Tongue.
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Painting Antique Occupation Baker Bread Tools 19th French Granet

Painting Antique Occupation Baker Bread Tools 19th French Granet For Sale

You Can Also See, In A Niche, A Bust Statue Of Saint Honor. The Patron Saint Of Bakers Was Born In The Village Of Port-le-grand, In Picardy At The Beginning Of The 6th Century. Legend Has It That When This Dissipated Young Man Announced To His Nurse That He Wanted To Become A Priest, She Was Baking His Bread. and When My Shovel Has Leaves, You Will Be A Bishop! Scoffed The Brave Woman. Under His Amazed Eyes, The Shovel Began To Turn Green Again. Saint Honor Was Bishop Of Amiens In 566. Rue Saint-honor And The Faubourg Saint-honor Have Made Him Famous Throughout The World, As Well As The Pastry Shop That Bears His Name. The Origin Of The Name Of The Street Comes From The Chapel Built Between 1204 And 1209 Thanks To A Baker Renold Chreins Who Gave Nine Acres Of Land To Build The Chape.
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