ELI BROWN, DRUM MANUFACTURER, HAS CONSTANTLY FOR SALE BASS AND SNARE DRUMS/MADE IN THE NEATEST AND BEST MANNER/Windsor (Wintonbury Soc.) Conn. 1833 No. 1712."; with red-painted hoops, later ropes and leather ears, accompanied by a later pair of drumsticks, 13 1/2, dia. 17 1/2 in. Note: Eli Brown descended in a family which settled in the Windsor, Connecticut, area, and whose ancestors served in the Revolutionary War. The Browns of Wintonbury were mainly subsistence farmers
Green-painted Oval Staved Wooden Tub with Black Striping
WROUGHT IRON RACK WITH UTENSILS. American, 19th and 20th century. Rack with hooks, 15"l., and three utensils with brass parts signed "T. Loose". Together with an earlier spatula, two-prong fork, and pair of wrought iron candlesticks with side push ups, 11 1/2"h.