Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Ken Scott Bag for Steve Hench

Attached are some photos of a pouch I recently completed for Steve Hench. Steve had the old original in his collection and asked me to duplicate it for him. He was tremendously pleased with the finished product that I gave him.

This pouch has a deer hair flap that covers the pouch body. The 3 buckles are hand forged. A small buckle is attached to a strap that keeps the flap closed to the pouch body. The small pocket on the front of the bellows as well as the bellows and the back of the pouch are incised with criss crossing lines that is very indicative of a pouch the the Williamsburg and Virginia area during that time period.

Copy and photos supplied by Ken Scott.

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