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GOOSE BAY WORKSHOPS: Museum Reproduction Tin, Brass, Copper Cookware, Hearth Cooking, 18th Century Lighting, Folk Art, Reenacting, Renaissance.
 
 
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Goose Bay Workshops LLC


Our porridge pot, only about 4 inches across the top, along with the 6 hammers...some homemade , needed to get it into shape. It is hammered from the inside (!) and requires 5 annealings and just about 3 days work, finishing and cleaning included. 
  Thought you might like to see it.

I am a bespoke coppersmith..I build items as I get orders. One man, one item at a time. I usually have about a 3 month backlog, so plan accordingly. My work is at the technological level of about 1745 or so.Made with a hammer and a file, and the work shows that.

MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

gbwcopper@aol.com   ~  (302) 337 - 8285




On the tableware page, a mustard pot


On the Misc. items page


Latten spoons on the tableware page


Paper wrapped pencils , on the writing page


A Momento mori, on our jewelry page


On the writing page..Elizabethan cord wrapped wadd pencil


New item on the writing page..a. Plummet

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