Welcome to the Online Shop.  The goods listed are current production items.  If you can't see an item in our galleries  listed on our shop then we have in all likelihood made and sold all six copies, however, please email us with your requirements and we will endeavour to assist you in finding an alternative version.

All items will require a signature upon delivery.  Any UK order over £50.00 in value is automatically sent via Royal Mail Special Delivery at a cost of £8.00.  All other items are sent via Royal Mail 1st Class Signed For at a cost of £5.00.  Any very large or heavy items carry an extra postage charge as specified under the item description.

All International orders are sent via Royal Mail International Signed for airmail service, however, please contact us prior to placing your order to obtain an accurate postage price.

 

 


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£180.00

Beautifully carved bone handled eating knife depticting a nobleman with hawk in hand.  This is based upon one found in Lincolnshire and has been dated as 1250-1350.

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£200.00
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Inert copy of an 8.5kg tronconic incendiary bomb as used in the first World War.  This particular example is based upon an unexploded bomb dropped on Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk on May 15th 1915.

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Silk velvet, silk and pressed paper visard based upon one discovered in Northamptonshire.

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£20.00

14-15th century bone stylus based upon an example from London.

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Copper alloy copy of a gold rosary ring found in St Edmunds, Suffolk.

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This 14th century bone handled knife has been beautifully carved to represent a horse's head and is based upon found in Sweden.

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£50.00

Copper alloy pounce pot based upon an example in the Cole collection and dating to the 15th century. 

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Oak plasterer's float based upon a 12-13th century example from Winchester.

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Yew handled, copper alloy and steel bladed razor based upon one found on the Mary Rose circa 1545.

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16th century chalk line reel.

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15th century whittle tanged knife with horn handle based upon one from the Museum of London.

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£80.00

Steel bladed, brass bolstered, folding knife based upon one from America dated to the 17th century.

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Copper alloy hairnetting based upon a 16th century example from London.

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Decorated cow horn inkwell from Denmark dated 13th-15th century.

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Bone tweezers with spatulated ear scoop based upon ones found in London.

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Beautiful bone cosmetic implement based upon an example in a Rotterdam museum.

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£40.00

Ash netting needle and mesh stick based upon examples found in Gloucestershire and dated from the 13-15th centuries.

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£70.00

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£40.00

This pretty copper alloy needle holder is based upon one from Weston, N Yorks and is dated as 12-15th centuries.

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£50.00

This beautifully carved bone spoon is based upon one excavated in the "City" of London and is dated from the 9th to 15th centuries.

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These bone nose straighteners are based upon a description in a book by Ambroise Pare and dated 1634.

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This steel pivoting knife is a copy of one from Lower Close, Norwich.  Dates to the 12-13th centuries.

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£50.00

Beech marking gauge with steel point based upon one found on the Mary Rose circa 1545.

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£25.00

Pretty bone earscoop based upon found on the Mary Rose circa 1545.

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£90.00

This stunning collar is based upon a complete find from the Netherlands.   It dates from the early 15th century.

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£60.00

Beautiful leather and copper alloy bracer based upon one illustrated in "Dress Accessories" and dated from the 14th century.

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Mid 14-15th century copper alloy cosmetic set.

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£2.00

Copy of archaeological finds from varied periods.  Suitable from 11th century onwards.

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Silver Point Stylus made from ash with solid silver insert based upon a description by Italian artist Cennini in a book dated 1390.

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Straight from the 'Medieval Gadget Catalogue' this copper alloy folding candlestick is based upon one from Middleton, Northumberland.  The arm can be angled at a 45 or 90 degrees.

 

Although its use is not clear it is thought that it might have been used by scribes to cast extra light where it was most needed.

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Beautiful nickel silver vesta (match) case based upon one owned by Charles Dickens and dated as 1847.

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Copper alloy copy of a silver gilt metal detector find identified and dated by the British Museum as 15th-16th century.

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Copper alloy pin with wire head.  Suitable from the 8th century up to industrial revolution.  Available in two sizes.   The 35mm pin are best suited to dressmaking and fixing of light linens; the slightly longer pins suit more bulky materials.

 

Should you require pins any longer than these, please contact us direct.

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