Grenadoes & Firepots

 
A collection of grenadoes and thrown weapons used in the 17th and 18th centuries


Product Image Item Name+ Price
Ceramic Grenadoes

Ceramic Grenadoes

These are the unglazed ceramic grenadoes used during the 17th century. You can also buy a tarred version that would have been used aboard ships.
£5.50

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Firepot

Firepot

This is our replica of a firepot that was found on the La Belle shipwreck which sank in 1685
£30.00

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Large Grenadoe

Large Grenadoe

Grenadoes consist of a round cast iron hollow ball filled with gun powder and topped with a fuse. They could be thrown like modern grenades or shot out of hand mortars. This inert replica of the grenadoes found aboard the Whydah and the Queen Annes Revenge has a diameter 2". They come with either a slowmatch fuse or a powder fuse (a wooden plug wrapped in hemp string and filled with an inert gunpowder substitute).
£6.00

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Small Grenadoe

Small Grenadoe

Grenadoes consist of a round cast iron hollow ball filled with gun powder and topped with a fuse. They could be thrown like modern grenades or shot out of hand mortars. This inert replica of the grenadoes found aboard the Whydah and the Queen Annes Revenge has a diameter 2.5" which would fit the majority of hand mortars from the period. They come with either a slowmatch fuse or a powder fuse (a wooden plug wrapped in hemp string and filled with...
£5.50  £4.50

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