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Anyone know who made this wheel??

 
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I would like to replace the missing parts...




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That's a pretty wheel.
Do you have some more photos from different angles?
Is there anything written on the bottom?
 
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It has some similarities with this Irish spinning wheel: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bestand:Elderlyspinnera.jpg
 
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It's very much in the stile of New England.  Something called Pennsylvania Dutch
 
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Alan and Milissa Dewey in Asheville, NC are a world of knowledge and very generous in sharing it. Alan (Bobbin Boy) makes replacement parts of all kinds and Milissa could probably help you with information about your wheel. They are fantastic, permies type people whether they know it or not!

https://www.facebook.com/BobbinBoy/
 
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