This style of ice skate is dated to the second half of the 18th Century: forged blades, hardwood platforms and leather harness with hand-forged buckles.
Ice Creepers of the 18th Century (tape harness is not provided).
$20 a pair
Pattens: the style shown here was used during the 18th Century to keep a lady’s shoes out of the mud and dirt. Iron rings are secured to a hardwood platform fitted with leather harness.
Sewing Tools - Reproduced from 18th Century originals, probably Dutch. Shown are three sizes of button-hole cutters, two with an eyelet awl as part of the handle. A seam ripper/ thread pick tool, and a small hammer for striking the button-hole cutters.
$185 for the set
The photo displays various sizes of 18th Century Fish Hooks. Each hook is hand-forged.
The largest hook is a Cod hook; it is approx. 3” long and 1” to 1 1/4” wide. Price: $6 each.
The other sizes vary from 3/4” x 1/4”, up to 1 1/4” x 3/8” - these sizes are $3 each.
Two styles of 17th Century to early 18th Century Smoker’s Companion (“ember tongs”). These pieces also have a tamper to tamp the tobacco in the bowl of the pipe, and a flint strikers on the top edge.