RevSpec Category Archive: Current

Original Horn, Dated 1861

This is an original horn, dated 1861 and accompanied by the owners initials.  It has great surfaces and color as well as a pleasing curve and twist to the shape.  Other than the little bit of material missing from the base, it appears to be in all original condition.  The horn measures 15″ long on …

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18th Century Style Turn Screw by Brad

This 18th Century style turn screw is entirely hand made from original, unworked 18th Century Wrought Iron. It is constructed from one solid piece of iron and decorated with a suppressed ball turning, ogee moldings and hand engraved finial. It was finished off using the correct heat treating technology of the period to ensure proper …

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Magnificent Pair of 17th Century Andirons

This rare and outstanding pair of 17th Century Andirons were made in France during the Louis 14th period dating to around 1675.   They are of wrought iron construction and the “grain” of the iron can easily be seen on the legs.  They feature a complicated hand cut joining system in which all three components are fastened …

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Bumford Trade Gun by Clay Smith

This is a “Like New” Bumford style trade gun by Clay Smith, painted oxide red and over painted with vine decoration.  This trade gun features a 36″ octagon to round Colerain barrel in 20 gauge and lock by R.E. Davis.  It is correctly marked with ‘London’ on the top of the barrel and View, Proof …

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Wrought Iron Spikes

These wrought iron spikes were originally made for the restoration of the USS Constitution. They measure 4″ long and 1/4″ thick making them perfect for forging lock bolts, gun screws, iron hardware, rat tail hinges, crane hooks, beam hooks, gate hooks & latches as well as many other small items. They are available in bundles …

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18th Century Style, Paint Decorated Candle Box

This unique offering was entirely Hand-Made and decorated by a local artisan with a lifetime of experience in traditional trades. All materials and workmanship are traditional to the 18th Century. The dovetailed construction of the box has been performed in the neatest manner. A wonderful beaded molding has also been included around the rim of …

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