|Oblique Beaded Finger Woven Sash and Garter Set|
Over 10,000 glass beads have been finger woven in this sash and garter set. The design is beaded zigzags boardaring the beaded diamond center and woven diagonal edges with beads. Woven with 100% Highland 2ply wool. The width is approximately 4" the total length is 10' long. The Body of the weave is 85" pluse 18" of fringed beaded braids. The garters are 2.5" wide The colors are black and garnet with white beads.
|Engraved Colonial Horn - SOLD PENDING FUNDS|
Offered for sale is an carved and engraved, late colonial period powder horn. It is decorated with folk art including both English and PA Dutch motifs. The base plug is pine and the stopper is a hand turned violin peg. The woven cotton strap is from Shayna Mathews. For better photos, see http://www.markelliottva.com/wordpress/2013/11/colonial-powder-horn/. The horn does have "Mark Elliott, his horn, 2013" engraved on the back. Consequently, I am only asking a fraction of what I would charge for such a horn made on order.
|Larry Gillian Scrafito Redware Charger w/Heron|
Offered for sale is a large (13 5/8" dia) redware charger by Larry Gillian of Conner Prairie. This was made Oct 12, 2005 for the Conner Prairie Arms Making Workshop and is so marked on the back. It also has the Conner Prairie stamp. It was bought at the Wednesday night auction. It is in mint condition only having hung on a wall since. The charger is scrafito decorated in yellow and green featuring a large great blue heron. Offers are welcomed.
This easily identified halfstock rifle was made in Jamestown and probably by Evan Johnson. It has several brass inlays and a silver cap box. High grade curly maple was used for stocking. There are loses to the fore end repaired long ago with colored wood substitute. Missing one ramrod pipe the other needs soldering to the under rib. The 40 inch .38 cal barrel is signed in block letters. Some work to be done but you'll end up with a nice recognizable and signed North Carolina rifle.
|Rare and Unusual Botetourt Co, VA childs rifle|
Here is a most unusual child's or ladies rifle with a cast brass, friction lid, engraved patchbox. Plain maple take-down stock. The barrel is rifled, .32 cal, 39 inch, and only 5/8ths inch across the flats. Yes, it needs restoration: fore end with pipes and cap, lock, and sights; but what a neat little gun.
I will be set up at the 6th Annual Eastern PA show in Morgantown, PA on Sept 18 & 19. Please see www.AspenShadeLTD.com for more antique Kentucky rifles.
|REAL EARLY HERSHEL HOUSE KNIFE |
REAL EARLY HERSHEL HOUSE KNIFE OVERALL LENGHT IS 9 1/2" AND BLADE LENGHT 5 1/2" $250 ,, had loaded the wrong picture for the description before as I had it listed as a jh marked knife which it is not this is a real early Hershel house knife Thanks
|HERSHEL HOUSE KNIFE :SOLD PENDING FUNDS:|
here is a nice banded house knife 7 1/4" overall and 4 1/4" blade $250
|UNKNOWN MAKER QUILLED BAG|
This is a unknown maker quilled bag I have for sale $325
A good looking bark tan deer bag. 61/2" by 9". Welted and lined. Inside pocket. Cotton strap attached to veg tan tabs. Sassafras toggle for closure. $130.00 includes Priority Shipping. (If you would like the priming horn please add 25.00). Thanks!
Quality made bush, throwing hawk.