Thursday, July 31, 2008

Ron Luckenbill

This is named "Baroque Gun". It is my idea of what a European trained maker use to building Jaeger rifles might have built after arriving in the colonies and being exposed to rifles with much longer barrels. Every now and then you have to build something you really want to build! R.L.

The rosette in the middle of the patch box is the release mechanism for the door.

Photos supplied by Ron Luckenbill.

Joe Seabolt Ax and Knife

Photos provided by Joe Seabolt.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Tinderbox by Bruce Horne

Photos by Jan Riser.

John Barrett Knife

Photo by Jan Riser.

Original Ax Head

The Ax is original and was found near Ticonderoga.

Photo supplied by Kim Robinson.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Monday, July 28, 2008

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Ken Gahagan Knife, Jan Riser Bag and Antiques

Pig Effigy Knife by Ken Gahagan.

Ken makes a sharp knife. I cut myself so many times when we first got this knife.

Bag by Jan Riser.

Two hole bone buttons. There are 43 buttons on the strap.

Cranberry Glass Beads.

Grinding Stone from Bledsoe County, TN.

Photos by Jan Riser.

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Kim Robinson

These are items Kim's reproducing from originals in Sterling Silver. The photos show two French Medals, a 1756 Kittanning Medal (from a rare original), St. Anne and Mary, Jesus and a early 18th century or before Cross.

Photos supplied by Kim Robinson.

T.C. Albert

Photos supplied by T.C. Albert.