Probably not the drink of this period, although it still has its dedicated followers... Babycham was the post-war drink for the young fashionable lady. Until Babycham came along, there was few light or glamorous drinks, and none to speak of that was fashionable. Babycham was first served as Pear Perry (Pear Juice)around about the 1940's … Continue reading Babycham madam?
In the 70's it was common to have a sideboard containing a variety of alcoholic drinks. My parents would offer visitors a drink ot two but it was strictly taboo to myself as a sixteen year old. After being caught several times participating in a glass of marini with my friends, my parents started marking lines … Continue reading Tantalising!
Not just any saw... this is a Great American Toothed Crosscut saw with the typical 'M' pattern teeth, ideal for hand cutting through tree trunks. The crosscut teeth allow for the cut and clearing of the sawdust on every stroke. This impressive saw stands over 3ft high and is in great condition. Vintage saws are … Continue reading Vintage Crosscut Saw