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Cap Box Powder Horn

SOLD: $230

This beautiful right-hand presentation-grade powder horn has a long turned curly maple spout with a carved fiddle-peg plug. The dyed center section has a carved beads, a rope ring and engrailed edge. The large-capacity powder horn has a pronounced double twist.

The base plug is turned from hard maple with a deep, dark oil finish. A percussion-cap box is turned into the base, 1” deep with a 2” diameter. A turned walnut lid with an inset oiled leather gasket and steel eyelet pull caps the box. The base is fastened with six steel pins and has a forged-steel twisted staple to secure a strap. The powder horn body is patinaed for a fine aged look.

From the tip of spout to base plug, the powder horn measures 17.25" along the outside curve. Diameter of the horn base is 3".

    Architecture and award-winning museum-quality custom handmade knives, edged weapons, powder horns, tomahawks, war clubs, jewelry, metal sculpture, cribbage boards, flint and obsidian knives, Japanese swords, menorahs, and more from Tucson, Arizona artist and architect Larry Gotkin.

    About Larry Gotkin
    Artist & Registered AZ Architect
    Tucson, Arizona
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    Unique Custom Handmade Items: acid etching, architecture, blades, candle holders, cheese slicers, clasps, cribbage boards, chess setscustom knives, daggers, desk knives, dirks, edged weapons (knives), edged weapons (tomahawks), flint knives, guns, hadseax, handmade knives, Japanese swords, jewelry, katanas, kitchen knives, knife bags, knives, menukis, metal sculpture, obsidian knives, powder horns, powder_horns, puukkos, sax, scramaseax, scramsax, scrimshaw, seax, seaxe, sgian dubhs, skeans, skinners, spears, sword bags, swords, tallit clips, tantos, tomahawks, wakizashis, war clubs, weapons (knives), weapons (tomahawks), weapons (war clubs), yoga pose meditation candles, yoga pose metal sculptures


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