Woven using double 12 dent reeds
Bought at a thrift store, no idea about the make or model (it might be handmade).
For sale is a Macomber Ad-A-Harness B4D floor loom. Unsure of the age,
perhaps 70's? It's got all 10 harnesses, a double beam on the back, and
comes with several reeds and shuttles. It's in great shape, no warping
and the finish is still smooth and lustrous. It's been stored in a
climate controlled environment. I bought it after graduating school
five years ago with ambitions to use it, but never found the time to get
any projects going. Delivery is possible if the buyer pays for gas and
lives within a 1-2 day drive from Madison, WI.
-48" (weaving width) Macomber Loom B4D
-10 harnesses, all with stainless heddles on all harnesses
-Double back beam
-2 - 12-dent reeds, one 40", one 42"
-1 - 8 dent reed - 48"
-2 boat shuttles with bobbins
-A few stick shuttles of varying sizes
-Extra treadle hooks
Asking $2,500 OBO.
I just bought this loom 2 days ago. The owner did not know manufacturer or have any documents for it. Does anyone know who the manuafacturer may be. I have it together but have spare parts that should go somewhere. Thank you for helping.