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GOOSE BAY WORKSHOPS: Fine Museum Reproduction Tin, Brass and Copper Cookware, Hearth Cooking, 18th Century Lighting, and Folk Art.
 
 
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Goose Bay Workshops LLC   ~  (302) 337 - 8285

Goose Bay Workshops LLC

NOTICE

A fake website has been circulating posing as Goose Bay Workshops (the fake site is at www.goosebayworkshops.com) and selling items with text copied from this, the real Goose Bay Workshops LLC, site.

DO NOT PURCHASE ITEMS FROM THE FAKE SITE AND EXPECT TO GET OUR QUALITY PRODUCTS. OR ANYTHING FOR THAT MATTER.

You will know it is fake by the crossed wrenches in the top left corner. Anybdy who is familiar with Goose Bay Workshops and its products will know no wrenches are used in ANYTHING we offer!

Goose Bay Workshops will continue to provide excellent reproduction items through this site, the site you are currently on.  Thank you!



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1740 mouse trap.on the tools page


Grenedier match case, on the militaria page


A period loupe in the What’s in your pocket page


Counter board and tokens on the tools page


Beads points and cones on the Native American page


Punch strainer, on the coffee, tea page


Picture is worth a thousand words...standing bit of solder on the left was in an oven at 350 degrees.. the one on the right was in a 400 degree oven. THATS why you don't exceed 350 degrees with anything tin lined or soldered. End of lecture.


A new reproduction early 18th century chamberstick


Queen cake pans, on the baking page


Trocars, for the medical folks


Dockers on the baking page

Wine thief and Dipping dog, on the spirits pagee

Wine thief and Dipping dog, on the spirits page


A Fine Dripping Panne on the Cooking and Baking page

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