Accessories

 
A collection of Accessories and tools used in the 17th and 18th Centuries


Product Image Item Name- Price
Church Warden Clay Pipe

Church Warden Clay Pipe

This is a hand crafted 13" Church Warden type of clay pipe. This type of pipe was common in taverns, and sometimes a set of pipes would have been owned by the establishment and used by visitors like glasses and plates were. Churchwarden pipes generally produce a cooler smoke due to the distance smoke must travel from the bowl to the mouthpiece. They have the added benefit of keeping the users face further away from the heat and smoke produced by...
£20.00

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Tobacco Papers

Tobacco Papers

One for all the Pipe smokers among the Bretheren. This is a Set of 4 Replica Early 18th Century Tobacco Papers or Wraps advertising the Brand of tobacco or the vendor that sells it. These papers were used to wrap and store the pre-chopped tobacco and examples of the papers can be seen in many period paintings and illustrations. The illustrations on the papers are copied from actual museum artifacts. Printed on period correct laid paper and they...
£13.00

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Pirate pick and pan brush 2

Pirate pick and pan brush 2

This is an iron pick decorated with a carved bone skull and a pan brush in the shape of an animal (sea monsters) claw. The are fastened together with chain so they can thead around a belt keeper etc. The pick is designed to clean out a blocked vent hole in the barrel of a flintlock weapon. The pan brush is used to clear excess gun powder from frizzen pan on the firing mechanism. The finish on the bone may vary from the ones pictured (more or...
£18.00

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Pirate Leather Eyepatch

Pirate Leather Eyepatch

This is a genuine leather eyepatch for your Pirate costume. It ties at the back so will fit all sizes from the smallest powder monkey to the most robust buccaneer. And due to modern advances in Pirate technology it can be worn over either eye (we are not responsible for anyone falling overboard while wearing a patch on each eye at the same time)
£16.00

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