Powder Horn by Mike Small SOLD

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This beautifully made powder horn was hand crafted by Mike Small.  It features delicate moldings, a faceted spout and delicately laid off scrimshaw work.  It has a nice curve and twist making it ideal for right hand carry.  It is outfitted with a hand made leather strap by Jerry Rice that is fully adjustable via an iron buckle.  Measures 12″ on the outside curve.

Worm and Puller Set SOLD

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We currently have one of our hand made Tow Worm and Ball Puller sets available.   These are based on originals of the period with hand filed puller threads.  The worm will fit a .45 caliber and larger bore, and both the worm and puller have 10×32 threads.

Flint Striker by Brad SOLD

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Here’s a recently finished hand forged striker by Brad.  Based off an original design, it was forged from high carbon steel and heat treated to ensure a great spark.  It measures 3 1/2″ long.

Wrought Iron Flint Striker SOLD

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Hand forged wrought iron flint striker by Brad.  Forged from original 18th Century iron and properly heat treated using traditional technology to ensure a good spark.  The design is copied from an original in his personal collection.   Overall length is 3 3/4″

Bark Tanned Shooting Bag SOLD

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This is a brand new bag just completed by Jerry Rice.   Hand sewn and made from bark tanned deer hide, you can still see some small remanence of deer hair left on the hide.   The bag offers many pleasing features such as a scalloped flap, scalloped pocket throat and a fringed accent around the bag.  The adjustable strap is fit with an iron harness buckle and attached to the bag with forged iron rings.  Measuring 9″ tall by 9″ wide this bag is the perfect size for hunting, shooting and trekking.

Original Powder Horn SOLD

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Here is a wonderful antique early American powder horn.  This horn retains superb, untouched surfaces with amazing color and patina.  The domed base plug is American chestnut and also displays great color with an untouched surface.  The horn is fit with a leather strap that is old, but not original to the horn.  The horn measures 11 inches on the outside curve with a very pleasing shape that holds and carries well.  This horn would make a great addition to any collection of early Americana.

18th Century Brass Candle Sticks SOLD

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These are a similar, but non matching pair of 18th Century brass candlesticks.  They feature early construction technology in a simple yet pleasing form.  Both candlesticks show sign of wear and some minor repair, but overall remain in original condition.

Custom Reading Rifle SOLD

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This is a very nicely built .45 caliber Reading Rifle, stocked in a piece of walnut and adorned with a tasteful amount of relief carving.  The rifle features a 38″ Getz barrel, Large Siler lock and brass mounts.  The condition of the rifle is superb, appearing to be in like new condition and well taken care of.  The length of pull falls in at 13.5″ long, giving the rifle an overall length of 53″.  Maker unknown.

Wrought Iron Turn Screw by Brad SOLD

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This is an entirely hand made 18th Century Turn Screw. It has been crafted from original wrought iron and heat treated using traditional 18th Century technology. It measures 2 3/4″ long.

Original 18th Century Box w/ Heart Striker SOLD

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This is an original, 18th Century brass snuff box that has been paired with a hand made weeping heart flint striker made by Shane.  Inspired by original works of the period, the weeping heart striker is made from high carbon steel and lightly adorned with an engraved border.  The box is in extremely nice condition and exhibits quality construction techniques throughout.  The dimensions of the box are 2 7/8″ long by 2 1/ 8″ wide by 1″ thick. 

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