|Warrior's neck knife sheath|
This knife is comprised of a 5 3/4", high carbon steel blade (Duckworth), a poured pewter hilt, and
a scrimshawed rattle snake on a deer leg bone handle. The sheath is constructed of walnut dyed,
braintan deerskin with a birchbark innersheath with moosehide welts. It has a bearskin collar, dyed
porcupine quill decoration in a variety of techniques, hair filled cones, and trade beads.
|Hand Forged Belt Knife|
A really nice forged belt or bag knife. The knife is light but sturdy and well made. The knife was made by Dwight Gallian. The knife is 10 and one quarter inches long with a 6 and one quarter inch blade. The antler handle is nice and straight and fits either hand well. The knife also features a pewter bolster and a heavy iron butt cap. No sheath. Shipping is included in the continental US. Thank you for looking!
|Piedmont Carolina Horn and bag set.|
This set was made by Cory Joe Stewart of North Carolina. It is based on a couple of horns and bags found in C. Michael Briggs' work Piedmont North Carolina Banded Powder Horns, Hunting Bags and Bullet Molds. The horn is 16 inches long, that includes the plug and the two piece antler tip. The plug is hand carved from Cherry, rather than turned on a lathe, I left chisel marks in it so it has a rustic appearance. The pouch is 8 1/2 by 8 inches and is a simple pouch based on originals in the book. It has been hand stitched with linen thread. The antler and the thread are not as bright white as they appear in the image. It is oak tan cowhide and features an aged brass buckle to adjust the strap. This set also features an antler powder measure that measures 60 grains. I did not include a vent pick because the original I was looking at did not have one, but I can provide one if you like. The rig is set up to be worn on the right side. $200.00 price includes shipping and handling, paypal is an option.
|Nautical Themed Tansel Horn SOLD PENDING FUNDS|
This horn was made by Cory Joe Stewart of North Carolina. It is a smaller horn about 12 inches and is right side carry. It is carved in the style of the Tansel horn makers. This horn is decorated with a Federal Eagle as was typical of the Tansel horns and the rest of the designs are nautical in nature and were inspired from a couple of original Tansel horns I have seen. The designs include what I think is a flying fish, a sea horse and a sail boat. $135.00 Price includes shipping and handling. SOLD PENDING FUNDS
|Susquehanna River Map Horn|
This horn was made by Cory Joe Stewart of North Carolina. It is a medium sized horn at 13 inches bet features a better than average curve and twist and it is right side carry. The design on the horn was inspired by a map engraved on a patchbox on a rifle featured in the most recent issue of The American Tradition. I did add some details that were not on the original map. It shows all forts on the Susquehanna river from Fort Augusta to Fort Muncy. It also features some Germanic style folk designs depicting the American wilderness and some pin wheels. A space has been left for your name to be added which I will do at no extra charge. $145.00 price includes shipping and engraving. Paypal is an option.
|ENGRAVED HORN BY SCOTT AND CATHY SIBLEY|
THIS SWEET LITTLE HORN HAS A NICE TWIST AND IS COVERED WITH NICELY DONE DECORATION BY CATHY. IT HAS "DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR" AND SOME NEAT VINEY/PAISLEY DESIGNS. IT MEASURES 11 INCHES AROUND THE CURVE AND 2 3/8 ACROSS THE BASE. IT IS MORE OF A LEFT HAND CARRY. shipping is a flat rate of $15.00*****on hold, pending receipt of funds***** Thank You
|Fish shooting bag|
This is a 8x10 linen lined shooting bag.
The strap is adjustable for plenty of length.
Hand forged iron buckle and horn straps,
1 1/8" bone button secures the flap.
There is a metal fish 4 1/4 x 1 3/4 attached
to the flap, not sure what it's made of, probably
tin, looks great. The bag was made by Jeff Lignitz
of Davidson Michigan.
Includes shipping in US
|Bob Dotson shooting bag|
This is a beautiful well constructed bag,
7x6 3/4 flannel lined. Pam Hutton made
the strap, with nice hand forged iron buckle.
There is a small flint wallet sewn onto the
back (outside) Light use.
Includes shipping in US
|Folk art horn|
Right hand, greenish horn, 14"
Engraved with pinwheels, fish, bird, deer,
vine with flowers. Triangle border. All taken
from original horns. The horn was stained with
black ink for a nice old look. Iron staple, burl
maple plug and pine stopper.
Free shipping in US
Made by Rick Lorenzen
Large red, sash, 98" long 4" wide.