A griffin pin

October 31, 2008

This pin is based on a carving found on an original 18th Century Pennsylvania longrifle, by Christian Oerter. Known as the ‘Griffin gun’ for its spectacular carving, this is a true piece of American folk art. I have made a faithful rendering in sterling of this fabulous carving. This unique piece is engraved, sawn, polished and assembeld entirely by hand.

2 Responses to “A griffin pin”

  1. Alexis Says:

    Is this pin for sale? I am looking for a gift for a colleague who is retrigin from our school. The griffin is our mascot and this is a beautiful piece.

    Thank you

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