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|Artisan Name||Timothy Ilderton|
|Artisan Category||Longrifles, pistols and fowlers|
I am a self taught artisan. My passion for 18th century life and items began at 7 years old on a trip to Williamsburg Va. have been hooked ever since. I create authentic period pistols, rifles, fowlers, horns, bullet bags. Also forged items such as tomahawks, knives, cooking and fire accessories. I do not mix or cross periods of history on anything I make. I am always open to building upon request. My favorite style guns are of the Southern Virginia style, whether it be a pistol or a rifle/fowler. These style guns carry to beauty of Germanic and English features.
|Address||756 Myrtle Branch Street|
SUMMERVILLE, SC 29418