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It’s not really exciting but a important part of history pot legs found my fourth last night and got me thinking does anyone else keep them there must be a vast amount of different designs out there as being used all though time so I will start this off with my four legs :thumbsup:
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I've found quite a few but haven't thought to photograph them all together. Some good examples you have there anyway. :thumbsup:
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I'm always pleased to find a pot leg, especially if it's a different type. :thumbsup:
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I have a pretty big collection now too. I’ll photograph them tomorrow :D I love finding them. Where there’s legs there’s always heads (on coins) and arms (on buckles) too in my experience :lol: 8-)
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Heres mine . My middle leg is a bit on the small side
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