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Armanda 9 month s ago
#22 Aaaaaa, wrong picture was posted I guess? Thats a solar powered walkway light.
       
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Nap 9 month s ago
Armanda, lol Yep. I wondered about how in the heck a sitar would fit in that.

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Patience 8 month s ago
Nap,

truck bed tool box?
       
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Mira 9 month s ago
#15 BS
       
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Ezra 9 month s ago
       
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Mira 9 month s ago
Ezra,

Here we go again... Idiots at their finest. First mentioning of the instrument dated 1295 by the Julian calendar introduced by the Peter the Great in 1699. Please go on and continue with the story of mass production of the machine screws and nuts in XIII century Canada... France as we know it was established in 1453, so please humor me, I am all ears. Generation of semieducated imbeciles.
       
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Victoria 9 month s ago
#18 Isn't that for cooking cuscus?
       
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Delly 8 month s ago
#15 "Spoonman, come together with your hands!"
You can hear someone playing the spoons in the solo of the Soundgarden song.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5O14N7PQAsM
       
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"What kind of spoon is this? It’s made out of silver and the bowl is roughly 6.5cm in diameter. The handle is 13cm in length. Additionally is it possible to identify the hallmark?"

A: "These were used in days gone by when most silverware had a narrowly defined purpose. Berries, stewed fruits and fruit preserves would be served using these stubby-handled, wide-bowled compote servers. Going by the lovely turned edge on your spoon, I would venture that it was intended to serve berries. The curled edge helped prevent damaging the berries as they were served, so that they presented more attractively on the dish before the diner. What a nice example you have!"

 

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