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Gun #40 in RCA by Brad Fountain

Built by Brad Fountain, this copy of rifle #40 from Rifles of Colonial America is an early Eastern Pennsylvania style with strong Germanic architecture and decoration.  It captures the essence of the original rifle perfectly, with its plain Maple stock, wooden patchbox, relief carving and brass mountings.  The .62 caliber smoothbore barrel is 38″ long, […]

Riflemans Knife by Rich McDonald

Large double edge fighting knife and sheath by Rich and Jeanne McDonald.  The knife features a 9″ double edged blade, scrolled crossguard and an ash handle with a copper wrapped ferrule.  The sheath has a very rugged design with an iron rivet construction and iron wrapped tip.  Overall length is 14 1/8″. Price: $750.00

Antique Sharpening Stone Holder

Neat original sharpening stone holder that’s decorated and made from horn.  It was intended to carry a workers sharpening stone for their sycthe while out working the fields.  It still retains its original iron belt hook and remains in original untouched condition.  Approx. 8″ long and 2 1/4″ wide at the top. Price: $150.00

Art DeCamp Quill Pen Holder

Beautifully made pen holder by Art DeCamp. The horn selected for this piece offers beautiful colors marbled throughout the surface giving it loads of character. The pen holder is made from a tapered piece of horn, turned with wedding band moldings at the top and bottom, and chimed disks perfectly fit to cap each end. […]

Large Dirk by Glenn McClain

Exceptional Scottish Dirk by Glenn McClain. This is a beautiful piece with a fully inlaid handle, file decorated and scrimshawed pommel cap and a tooled leather sheath with a decorative silver tip. It measures 17″ overall with a 12″ blade and remains in like new condition. Price: $1000.00

Scottish Dirk by Glenn McClain

Nice Scottish dirk by Glenn McClain. Accented in brass with a decorative tooled sheath in black, makes for a handsome pairing. Overall length of the dirk is 14 1/4″ with a 9 1/2″ blade. Price: $750.00

Pipe Hawk by Steve Lodding

Pipe Hawk made by Steve Lodding. The design for the hawk comes from a French original that was made in 1760. It features a sterling silver cap and sterling silver bands on the curly maple shaft. The mouth piece is bone accented by a poured pewter inlay. The decorated head of the hawk is made […]

50 cal. Bucks County Rifle

This 50 caliber Bucks County rifle was custom built by Jason Hogarth. It features a curly maple stock with a Colerain 44″ long “B” weight barrel that has been hand coned for ease of loading, and a Large Siler Lock. The all steel mounts are accentuated by the side opening German silver patchbox and horn […]

F&I Period Horn by John Proud

Beautifully executed and highly decorated French & Indian War era horn by John Proud. This horn has it all, with a panel inscription that reads, “Lieut. Thomas Browne : 35th Regt. Success and Honour To His Majesty’s Arms” as well as an image of Fortress Louisbourg and the Gabarous Bay. Overall length is around 15″ […]

Wrought Iron Utensil Rack

Beautifully contoured and decorated with ornamental scroll work, this wrought iron utensil rack is dainty in size and displays a rich patina.  It’s simplistic yet flowing design with a 3 hook hanger would make it ideal to fit into almost any space. Most likely early 19th century. H: 7″   W: 12″   D: 4″ Price: […]