This is a piece I interpreted from a drawing.My thought is it was assembled from a couple of damaged trade silver items.The crosses are based on several that Greg Shipley that he found in an Ohio hut floor obviously cut from a damaged armband (or similar).
Thursday, March 30, 2023
Silverwork by Mitch Yates
Knives by Ken Gahagan
Wednesday, March 29, 2023
Hunting Pouch by Gary Birch After an Original in Madison Grant's Book with Antique Powder Horn
9x9" Pouch, 16" bifurcated deerskin flap, 2.5" folded canvas sling with attached straps holding well patinaed horn with screw on sculptured spout & vintage wood plug, another tab holds vent pick. Over the shoulder strap has leather tabs and roller buckle to attach. This sound & solid bag, horn & strap would display nicely with an appropriate Kentucky rifle.
CONDITION: good overall, excellent restoration to leather tabs.
PROVENANCE: Estate of Frank Glenn Marsh. (02-17037/MD). $700-900.
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
Knife by Joe Seabolt
45th Annual Kentucky Rifle Show
Friday-Saturday April 21-22, 2023
Jubilee Banquet Facility
6700 Jubilee Center Way
Knoxville, TN 37912
Monday, March 27, 2023
Jack Haugh for Barbara Haugh
Made in 1973 this all handmade rifle by the rifle maker Jack Haugh was for his wife Barbara dated on the side of the breech. It is made left handed with a highly figured stock of maple, now black. It was sealed with Bivins Express Oil. It has a hand filed Octagon to Round barrel, in 50 Cal. The style is Christian Springs like the Edward Marshall Rifle by Oerter. He did very nice accent silver wire inlay as well. All of the mounts were his own castings with very fine engraving. The forstock molding is a fine as it gets. Jack Haugh worked with John Bivins on the 1976 Pennsylvania Bicentenial Rifle Sets with Mark Solver and Monte Madarino and Tom White as the powder horn maker. All of these makers work is still fine.