Enterprise 750 Grinder Restoration

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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."
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"Fully Restored Enterprise Mfg.Co grinder Circa late 1800s."

The Creative Journey

We closed out 2017 with the completion of one of our biggest projects, the restoration of an circa late 1800s early 1900s Enterprise Manufacturing Co No. 750 grinder.

This grinder was found back in early 2017 while driving by Wombat In Thirroul on the NSW South Coast.

A great deal of time and attention has been spent during restoration from initial sandblasting and application of a protective coat, application of the final colour and hand Painting the crimson red of each individual letters.

A beautiful new handle was turned from PNG Rosewood, and sealed with Scandinavian oil.

A beautiful piece of recycled ironbark timber was sourced for the base, fully hand sanded, stained and sealed before final fixing to the grinder base via 4 solid brass counter-sunk Slot-Head screws and nuts.

Finally, our custom made "boiler plate" certification plaque by Little Anvil is set onto the piece completing this project.

The grinder is now available for viewing at Siboni's coffee in Pymble.

Expressions of interest are being accepted for this rare and unique pieces of history.


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