Hand Forged Goods for the Kitchen & Home by rwrightstudios on Etsy
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Hand-Forging a Skeleton Bottle Opener - a Comprehensive Tutorial (Blacksmithing)
Hand-Forging a Skeleton Bottle Opener - a Comprehensive Tutorial (Blacksmithing): Bottle openers are classic blacksmithing projects that teach a variety of extremely useful forging skills. This Instructable is a comprehensive tutorial detailing every step needed to forge my original design of a stylized skeleton bottle opener. An…
Hot licks forged guitar bottle opener | Etsy
I've always loved the shape of a fine instrument and if it happens to open your beer in the process, all the better! Available in solid or hollow body configuration, either style has plenty of room for complimentary text; names, dates, nicknames, etc. If you really have a favorite style of guitar, let me know. I'm thinking hard about an SG, flying V and Strat or Tele design if there's enough interest. Price is 20$ ea. but convo me for bulk orders. If you wish to have a company LOGO stamp…
Bathroom Furniture, Fixtures and Decor | Signature Hardware
This hook design iron towel ring is perfect for a rustic, cabin-style bathroom. It’s an easy update to your home’s hardware that can be done over the weekend.
Dinner Bell/Hand Forged Dinner Bell/ Circle Bell/Handmade/Christmas Gift/Blacksmith Art/Metal Art
Dinner Bell/Hand Forged Dinner Bell/ Circle Bell/Handmade Gift/Blacksmith Art/Metal Art A modern take on the traditional triangle bell found on the ranch. Ring the bell and the gang will come running! Each dinner bell is heated to red hot and hand forged into its elegant circular shape and then sealed with wax. The set includes bell, striker, leather cord, screws and wall bracket. Comes boxed ready for giving. Circle 9 ¼” x 10 ½” x 3/8” Striker 8”x 3/8” Wall hanger 6”x 5”x5/16”
Photos-1840s-1850s-Nearly Arcane Trades
One of the most enlightening inventions of the 19th century was photography. This inexpensive method of making portraits allowed us to see all levels of people in society, rather than just the wealthy who could afford to have paintings of their families. Locksmith Blacksmith Furniture Maker Surveyor Coachman Cooper Stonemason Watchmaker Carpenters Butcher Blacksmith Butcher Chimneysweep Miners Peddlar Railroad Designer Scene Painter Shoemaker Sign Painter Teamsters Toleware Painter…
Photo taken in 1910 - From Left to Right: John Hartman (my grand father's great grandfather), John Hartman Jr. (my grand father's uncle) and Franklin Hartman (my Great Great Grandfather). Family blacksmith shop, Union Town, Kansas. The original photo hung in my grandfather's workshop, and today hangs in my workshop.