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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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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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Colonial American Pistol

Introducing our NEW, Colonial American Pistol Kit. This design is based largely on the work of immigrant German Gunsmiths in Eastern Pennsylvania prior to and during the Revolutionary War. This has been a project many years in the making with exhaustive research and prototype work. With the exception of the Small Siler Lock, each and …

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William Antes Pistol **RECENTLY STOLEN**

**This William Antes pistol was RECENTLY STOLEN. If you have any information on it, please contact us ASAP** This pistol is based off of Wm. Antes work and reflects the bold recognizable decoration that Antes was known for.  The pistol was built from a blank of highly figured Curly Maple and has a custom made …

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Precision & High Art Traditional Knife

This is an example of a  one-off custom made knife that features a Fully Hand Forged Blade Made From Spring Steel (No Trip Hammer). The Hand Forged Guard  has Precision Filed Bevels With Heart Piercings and Tapered Holes. It has Hand Made Sterling Silver Spacers at the bolster with Precision scalloped File Work. The Heart …

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Wrought Iron Fighting Knife

This is an example of a fighting knife that was made here in the shop.  The 10" blade is hand forged from original un-worked Wrought Iron from the 18th Century.  It was then heat treated using all 18th Century methods to ensure the blade held a good edge.  The S-guard and pommel were also both …

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Custom Dagger

This is an example of a custom made dagger that was made for a customer.  He wanted the handle to be a diamond shape with a diamond shape inlay in the pommel.  The blade is hand forged from 1095 spring steel and is a double edge dagger.  It features a through tang that is riveted …

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Large Belt Knife Mounted in Sterling Silver

This large fighting knife by Shane was hand forged from 1095 spring steel, featuring a 10″ blade with an overall length of 15″. The thickness of the spine at the bolster is almost 1/4″ and the height of the blade is 1 5/8″. Construction of the knife consists of a full through tang that is …

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Custom Virginia Rifle

Many surviving "Early Virginia" rifles exhibit a very pleasing blend of both German and British traits and characteristics.  This cultural amalgamation results from German trained Gunsmiths mostly out of Eastern Pennsylvania migrating into the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia to service the needs of the English residents on the Virginia frontier.  The rifle shown here is …

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Johanes Faber Rifle

This rifle is based off the Johanes Faber rifle. This rifle features a 44" Colerain barrel rifled in 50 cal and has a Chambers Virginia Lock.  With the exception of those two pieces the rest of the rifle will have all handmade mounts and hardware and will be stocked from a blank of Curly Maple.  …

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