RevSpec Category Archive: Showcase Items

Antique Candle Snuffer Wick Trimmers

Original pair of Antique Candle Snuffer Wick Trimmers. Designed to snuff the flame of your candle while also trimming the wick to the appropriate height. Very nice condition and great design. The overall length is 6 3/4″

Early Dickert Rifle In Progress

This is a current project that we are working on, based on the earliest work of Jacob Dickert that would have a heavy Moravian influence. The rifle features a wrought iron barrel, custom made lock, hand swaged buttplate, muzzle cap and ram rod pipes as well as a shop cast triggerguard and sideplate made from …

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Early J.P. Beck

Stocked by Shane and decorated and finished by Brad, this bench copy rifle exhibits the earliest known work of J.P. Beck. It features a wrought iron barrel, custom made shop lock, all hand forged iron components and all hand made brass furniture. The carving and engraving mimic exactly what was done on the original, and …

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Early Reading Rifle

This is a one-off bench copy of gun #26 in Rifles Of Colonial America. This early Reading rifle exhibits unique, hand made brass mounts, All made here in our shop, specific to the original gun in every detail. Every screw is hand made, as are the sights and the hand forged wrought iron trigger and …

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Colonial American Pistol

This design is based largely on the work of immigrant German Gunsmiths in Eastern Pennsylvania prior to and during the Revolutionary War. This was a project many years in the making with exhaustive research to ensure a historically accurate pistol as well as defining an architecture that feels like an extension of the human body.

Cased Flintlock Pistols by Shane Emig

Pair of Hand-Crafted, custom 18th Century, Lancaster County Pennsylvania style Flintlock Pistols by Shane Emig. Pistols are engraved No. 1 and No. 2 on respective barrel tangs. They have been stocked in hard Curly Maple and finished with traditional 18th Century finishes. Also employed in their construction is a pair of custom made barrels, one …

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Early Delaware Valley Ladder Back Rocker

This is an early 1800′s Ladder Back Rocker that was made in Eastern Pennsylvania, also known as the Delaware Valley. It features a 5 slat design to the back and still retains an early rush seat. There are wonderful turnings throughout the entire chair giving it a lot of aesthetically pleasing features with a very …

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18th Century Brass Snuff Box

Original, 18th Century brass snuff box. It exhibits quality construction techniques as well as neatly done wiggle engraving. The wiggle engraving was a very common style of engraving used in the 18th Century. It is in extremely nice condition, having basically no wear to the brass box itself or the engraving, the hinge is in …

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1820′s Painted, Child’s Ladder Back Chair

This is a very nice, early Nineteenth Century Child’s Ladder Back Chair. The time period for a chair with this style of delicately turned finials, which are extremely well done is 1820′s-1840′s. It also has very nicely turned legs that have great turnings at the top as well as the bottom of the chair. A …

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Early Brace

This is a very nice, early tradesman brace. It is in great useable condition with very aestheticly pleasing turnings. The overall length is 10 3/4″ long. The set screw for the chuck is long missing, however when we use braces in our shop, we do not use the screw.

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