Monday, February 20, 2017

Some Things in a Gentleman's Pocket by Steven Rodosevich

An 18th century silver time piece, a small French folding knife, a early copy of "A Young Man's Own Book". This is a manual of politeness, intellectual improvement, and moral deportment calculated to form the character on a solid basis, and to insure respectability and success in life. An embossed bill case or pocket book for Mr. Wilson. The wool wescott was made by Jone Steward of Pocatello, Idaho.

Copy and photo supplied by Steven Rodosevich.

1 comment:

  1. Looks to be an interesting source of contemporary items of 18th century American artistry.