Set of 5 antique wooden bobbins. Approx. 20cm tall x2cm in diameter.
Deer antler cut to form a Stone Age pick. Sizes & shapes all vary.
Fabulous harvesting implements, made from an antler and sharp stones set with tar. All unique pieces, so shapes and sizes will vary to the picture above. This typical example is approximately 55cm long.
A bone holder with a wooden stopper. This needle holder is a great alternative way to keep your needles secure. Holder is 14cm in length.
Reproduction primitive Stone Age fire starter.
Misc woven carpet beaters. Colours, designs and sizes vary.
Approx 15cm. All different.
Ceramic Ink writing set includes Glazed Ink Well, Pounce Pot and Ink Wiper Pot, plus a turkey Feather Quill. Ink Wells had narrow necks to avoid the ink drying out too quickly. A Pounce Pot would be filled with finely crushed egg shells or cuttlefish bones to absorb...
Asstistant old bed warmers, sizes and designs all vary (some with dints).
Typical metal firestarter of the Saxon/Norman/Viking periods. Sparks would be created by striking the firestarter with flint. All vary, approx 11.5cm.
Primitive wooden funnel fish trap, very approx 90cm long. ( Plastic Trout not available)
Old irons, all vary. Examples are approx 14cm - 15cm long.
Old Victorian Iron with Trivet. Designs may vary.
An antique flat wooden bobbin. Approx. 11cm diameter x 4cm tall.
Superb reproduction Neolithic flint axe head in wooden shaft. All vary, approx 30cm - 33cm long.
Superb reproduction Neolithic flint hand tools. Used for scraping animal hides etc. All vary, approx 9cm wide.
Superb reproduction Neolithic flint knife blade in wooden shaft. All vary, approx 24cm long.
Superb reproduction Neolithic flint knife. All vary, approx 12cm - 13cm.
Superb reproduction Neolithic flint hand tools. All vary
Genuine antique miners Pick Axe. Wooden-handled pick axe from the North East. A superb example of a genuine tool used by miners digging for coal.
A very good, full sized, reproduction leather hat as worn by the firemen at the Great Fire of London. Approx 43cm x 43cm.
Approx 24cm tall x 17.5cm wide. Reproduction Iron/Bronze Age Mirror. Highly polished mirror face producing a very good reflection.
Fabulous harvesting implements, made from a large Fallow Deer antler, adapted with sharp stones.
Carved from volcanic rock, used for grinding chocolate beans and maize. A classic metate is a flat slab of stone, sometimes with carved legs. The top of the slab has a shallow depression which is created through years of wear. To use the metate, someone scatters grain...
Traditional lucet with instructions on how to make braid and friendship bracelets.
Iron ore mineral, ground and fired to produce iron. All pieces vary, approx 5 - 7cm.
A medium-sized, reproduction leather fire helmet as worn by the firemen at the Great Fire of London. Approx 39cm wide (child-sized). Fire Helmets helped protect the wearer’s neck, as it had a large flap at the back. It would have been made from leather with a padded...
A small metate made from lava rock for making sauces and pastes. Approx 15cm long.
These have not been polished or varnished, so they are more realistic for this period. All sizes vary.