Hand forged iron fleam. Note the serpentine finial to the handle and the beautiful cross-hatched work on the blade. c.1650-1700
Two very simple solid iron fleams. Difficult to date such pieces but they are probably first quarter of the 19th century.
Iron folding fleam. Very nice design to the blade basket. c.1730-1750
Iron folding fleam with 4 fleam blades one bandage blade, a straight blade, corkscrew, and saw. Mexican in origin probably 1790-1820.
Iron folding fleam with 4 fleam blades two bandage blades, a straight blade, and a leather punch. Mexican in origin probably 1750-1775.
Aluminum 2 bladed fleam, marked Veritable Flamme B.G. French in origin c. 1890.
Beautiful aluminum fleam marked BG as the fleam above. Three fleam blades, one straight, one hoof knife. French in origin c.1860-1880. Note the beautiful scenes with the horse and cows in the field.
White metal three blade fleam marked Bourgade A Alfort. This fleam is interesting in that it can be completely dissassembled for cleaning and sharpening. One hilt is inscribed LJ. French in origin c. 1875-1880.
Two blade iron fleam, probably french in origin c. 1830-1840.