Antique weapons, paper ephemera and fine arts and crafts by Eric's Fabulous Finds Eric's Fabulous Finds
All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1900 item #1063889
Eric's Fabulous Finds
$375.00
Ojibway Indian, rare one piece wooden ladle, possibly used for bear-grease. Carved circa 1850. Most wooden ladles are made with the handle attached with sap or sinew, you rarely see one piece examples.

The Ojibwe (also Ojibwa or Ojibway) or Chippewa (also Chippeway) are among the largest groups of Native Americans-First Nations people north of Mexico. They are divided between Canada and the United States...

All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1970 item #1063874
Eric's Fabulous Finds
$89.00
Pair of Metis hand-beaded Eagle armband ornaments with leather backing and ties made about 1968 in Selkirk, Manitoba.

Provenance: from the H. S. Darvell  estate.

Length of Eagle head 2 inches, length from head to fringe 8 inches, length of leather ties 14 inches, weight 1¼ ounces.

All Items : Ethnic : Native American : Pre 1970 item #1063873
Eric's Fabulous Finds
$65.00
Metis hand-beaded hair ornament with leather backing made about 1968 in Selkirk Manitoba.

Provenance: from the H. S. Darvell  estate.

Length 5¾ inches long, height 3 inches, weight 1½ ounces.

All Items : Militaria : Pre 1900 item #1063116
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$400.00
In 1818 Thomas Griffin Hiatt appears for the first time in the Wrightson Directory as a manufacturer of felon's irons and gate locks, they were located on Moor St. in Birmingham. A few years later Hiatt moved around the corner to #26 Masshouse Lane, where he is located in the next edition of the Wrightson's Birmingham directory as a manufacturer of felon's irons, gate locks, handcuffs, horse and dog collars...
 
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