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antique INDUSTRIAL 51" MEAT HOOK PULLEY barn amish steampunk PARLETTE MEDIA PA

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Material : [Metal]
Maker : [handmade]
Date of Creation : [1800-1899]
Region of Origin : [US-Northeast]
Listed By : [Dealer or Reseller]
Signed? : [Unsigned]
Original/Reproduction : [Original]
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Size Type/Largest Dimension : [Large (Greater than 30in.)]
Style : [Americana]
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antique INDUSTRIAL 51" MEAT HOOK PULLEY barn amish steampunk PARLETTE MEDIA PA
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This listing is for the long, 51" metal meat hooks on pulley.  Measure from tip of a left hook to a tip to the right is about 7". 

Purchased at a local antique auction in Lancaster Pa.   Presuming is may have been used on a local farm, amish, pennsylvania dutch, or even imported from a city.    There is so much you can repupose this for.   Or it is quite solid to use as it is.    A magnet sticks to all of the metal.   Nice heavy piece.

Made in Media PA from Parlette.


undated, circa early 1900s.

Here are some excerpts from website regarding the family of this manufacturer:

This family has been identified with some of the most important interests of Delaware county, Pennsylvania, and its various member have always show a public spirit in all matters concerning the welfare of the community in which they have lived, which has been highly commendable. The name would indicate that this family is of French origin, and they are probably descended from the French Huguenots, many of whom sought and found refuge in this country.

3. H. Leslie, son of William Henry and Margaret (McDaniel) Parlette, was born in Wilmington, Delaware, March 19, 1877. He was a very young child when his parents removed to Media, Delaware county, Pennsylvania, and he there attended the public schools. He completed his education in Upper Providence School No. I. He commenced his business career at the early age of eleven years, becoming clerk in a grocery store, a position he retained for one year. He then worked two years in the mills at Rose Valley and at the age of fourteen years began an apprenticeship in a blacksmith’s shop in Media where he remained seven years and then entered the employ of J. W. Moyer & Company, who were engaged in the manufacture of Overhead Tramrail Systems. He remained with this concern for a period of four years, at which time they went out of business. He then established himself in Washington, District of Columbia, later making his head quarters in Baltimore, Maryland, and after he had completed all of his contracts in and around that city, he shipped his equipment to Media, Pennsylvania, opened a factory there in 1905, and has since been located in that place. Some of the important contracts he has been called UPON TO ENGINEER HAVE BEEN Cuba; South America; Baltimore; Washington, Dist of Columbia; Racine, Wisconsin; Houston, Texas; Charles, West Virginia; Hartford and Bridgeport, Connecticut; Concord, New Hampshire. The goods are now made in Media and shipped all over the county, being used in abattoirs, factories, etc., wherever heavy shifting is done. In political matters, Mr. Parlette favors the Republican party, and he and his wife are members of the Presbyterian church.

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