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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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Cups and Canteens
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Coffee, Tea, Chocolate, and Spirits
Funnels, Basins, and Pails
Cooking and Baking Utensils
Gaming and Toys
Jewelry and Clothing Accessories
Native American
Reproduction Native American early contact and colonial items, pipes and jewelry.
Making Fire - Footwarmers and Braziers
Medical Items
Pots and Kettles
Sewing Items
What's In Your Pocket?
Some Thoughts About History
Scratch & Dent
Shelf-Worn and Used Items and Tools
Misc. items
The Apothecary page

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.


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

On the misc. page..a prayer

In the apothecary shop

A NEW PAGE, the apothecary shop

On the medical page

On the medical items page

Medicinal items page

On the writing page

Sealing Wafers and a penner, on the writing page

A mid 18 th century Bougie box..on the writing page

Goose Bay Workshops LLC

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