18Th Century Pins for Sale

January 28, 2009


Have you been to the  Lewisburg PA for the 18th Century Artisan Show? If so, here’s your chance to get a memento from the show. If you have any interest in 18th Century artistry, you really must plan to attend.

I made up a bunch of pins for the show, to commemorate the event. The image used for the pin is  from an 18th Century American powder horn. These pins are now available directly from me to show that you love the show, like the pin, or just like little metal men.

They pins are individual poly bagged for safe and scratch free travel. The back is a short straight pin, with a clutch back to retain the pin in your hat, lapel or shirt, dress, pocketbook, shooting bag, oh, the options are endless.These are 1 3/8″ tall, cast of pewter, and totally lead free.dsc_9341


Price, $10 each, plus $2 shipping and handling. Please contact me at tcurran@fairpoint.net for volume orders or any questions you have. Contact me here.

In the above photo, rifle by Tom Curran, hunting bag by Eric Fleischer.