Hi Inger - yes one does wonder what they were for ... perhaps 'trestles' for a table top ... or stake holders for a bath filled with plants ... it will be interesting to see what you do with them ... have a peaceful and blessed weekend .. cheers Hilary
I thought at first that they were part of a chair, but the Drilling Dept tells me otherwise.
They look interesting and strong enough for a vine to grow on. You'll think of something! Hugs!
I have never seen them either and I have and IDEA for their use. they remind me of a saw horse. put a long board between each end and use it as a shelf for plants or other rusty things...
Drilling Dept? That's interesting. Now I'm wondering about them.Love,Janie
Those would look good in a garden. Hope you can find out what they were originally.
Driling Dept? Where is the other 'l" ? Maybe the top part of the derrick? Did they ever do water? oil? mineral drilling anywhere near where you live? I agree, put a plank through, and have plants in pots? Just fun to look at, a part of history to be kept and wondered at.
An interesting find!!
These definitely deserve a 2nd life.
I'm wondering to what they were used for. Great find though and I'm sure you will come up with a good use for them.
It makes me wonder what they were drilling for. Oil or mineral??? They will make great ornamental something in the garden. A great conversation pieces.Hugs, Julia
Those are very old and kind of funny! "Driling"? And it was even before twitter destroyed the English language.
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger