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Fish Powder Horn

Sold: $195

A whimsical but functional powder horn. The slender double-curved body has a dark honey color, with etched scales. A strap groove is carved into the tip. The “fin tail” spout plug is redwood, and the fish head base is sassafras. The eyes are brass upholstery tacks and a brass eyelet is provided for strap attachment. The base is secured with brass nails.

A 90 grain fish powder measure was also carved from sassafras to complement the horn, and is 3” long.

The horn is 18" along the curve from tip to tip with a diameter of 2.5” at the base.

 

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    About Larry Gotkin
    Artist & Registered AZ Architect
    Tucson, Arizona
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