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Courtney 1 month ago
The dutch Veld(t) translates to field. I presume they ment vilt, which translates to felt, and was commonly used for small childrens shoes..
       
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Pat 1 month ago
#2 a box for bananas
       
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Bea 1 month ago
       
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Adam 1 month ago
Bea, You grasp of domestic history is disturbingly sh#te.
       
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Day 1 month ago
Bea, that's exactly what it is. Do some research before you run your mouth.
       
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Aileen 1 month ago
Bea, my grandmother wrapped hot water bottles in towels that worked well on cold nights good
       
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Clum 1 month ago
Bea, You are what they call an idiot with an opinion. An incorrect one but hey, its all yours. Enjoy.
       
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Eph 1 month ago
Bed warmer: Burning coals, smelly, burny bad idea. They'd use stones or beans to store heat.
       
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Armida 1 month ago
#1 That seems pretty large for an under the sheets warmer. All the ones I've seen have been pan sized or smaller. Perhaps used at the foot of the bed to warm feet still awfully smelly/sooty.
       
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Montgomery 1 month ago
Quote: Armida
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I agree. Bed warmers are usually flat. With that size pot, I'm thinking it may be a humidifier.
       
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Vina 1 month ago
Rather have a smelly bed then climb into an ice box
       
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Corey 1 month ago
#23 talisman
       
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A: "They’re to keep stacked wood from falling over. split pieces of wood are often cut to a certain length."

 

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