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Our first entry will be some early brass spoons, made to scale from lightweight kettle scrap brass. I followed the hammer marks on the originals also, to see how they worked, and it went well. These come from Mass., and are really light weight, but work fine. The two smaller ones are $20 each, the larger one $25.
The copper pipes come from an original found at Crown Point,and are copper sheet, soldered, $40.00
All are reproductions, probably 17 th century.
, copies of points in my collection, from upstate New York.left to right 1/2 by 3/4, 1/2 by 1, and 1 inch. With or without hole$0.75 ea.
tube beads about 3/16 diam, any size 1/2 to 2 inch long $0.50 each.Beads up to 4 inches in length...$0.75 each
Cones 1 inch by 1/4 ....$0.75 each
all made by myself, from pot and kettle scrap, all reproductions, by hand.
Early pendants and gorgets post contact, but locally made copper ornaments from lightweight copper from trade goods.These can be made either slightly domed or hammered
the three small pendants ...round is 2 1/4 inches , butterfly is 2 1/4 by 3 1/4, and the long rectangle is. 5 by 2 1/2...these are copied from slate originals and are $8.00 each either finish
The gorgets measure..top one is about 7 wide by 6 tall. $15.00...center one is 7 wide and 3 tall $9.00. The largest is10 wide and 7 tall $18.00
.the smaller one top right is 4 1/2 tall by 4 wide and is $15.00.
These are thin copper sheet ornaments as would be made from recycled metal.
Two large early gorgets, copied from Hudson's Bay silver originals. Both measure about 8 by 4 with pendants 3 to 5 inches long. These are thin copper or brass. Your choice, with your choice of cross, fish owl, or turtle pendants. Slightly domed, locally made from trade goods. Either one $ 50.00
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