Can You Help Us Solve These Mysterious Antiques?

Every week, our readers send us photos of beautiful antiques they come across. It’s always exciting to see these treasures, but sometimes we stumble upon items that leave us puzzled. That’s where you, our wonderful readers, come in. We need your help to identify these seven mysterious items. We greatly appreciate your keen eyes and vast knowledge!

Mystery Item 1: Brevetto Ferrari 2

Madeleine Levaggi sent us a photo of this intriguing item. It’s not a cotton gin as some might think, according to the Cotton Museum of South Carolina. But what is it? The logo on it says “Brevetto Ferrari 2.” Do you have any ideas?

Mystery Item 2: Inherited Treasures

Theresa Goulette Crane inherited these items and is curious to know more about them. Can you help unravel the mystery behind these intriguing heirlooms?

Mystery Item 3: Unidentified Object

Irene Samuels stumbled upon this mysterious object and is eager to learn more about it. We would love to hear your thoughts or any information you may have!

Mystery Item 4: The Removable Coasters

Bonnie Boyt is curious about this unique item with what appears to be removable coasters. Have you seen anything like it before? Your insights or knowledge could be very helpful.

Mystery Item 5: Another Look

Karen Blondin provides us with another perspective of the item she’s been trying to identify. Do you have any clues or suggestions that could help solve this mystery?

Mystery Item 6: Enigmatic Objects

Thea North is intrigued by these enigmatic objects. Can you shed some light on what they might be?

Mystery Item 7: Help Needed!

Reenie Ragle Vermillion is in desperate need of help. This item features a sight gauge on the side and a cone-shaped bottom with a spigot. Any ideas about its purpose?

Mystery Item 8: A Heavy Glass Object

This person turned to Reddit to share a picture of a glass object lying on a wooden table. They said it was extremely heavy, had no markings, and bore a very narrow hole on its top. Can you help solve the puzzle? What could it be?

The Answer: The mystery of the bizarre-looking glass object was cracked by a genius netizen who used two words to solve the puzzle: Oil candle. We bet you didn’t see that one coming, or did you?

We would greatly appreciate it if you could share any insights, knowledge, or suggestions you may have regarding these intriguing items. Thank you for being an invaluable part of our community!