These sweet little South Carolina 🖤 ornaments are a great gift or addition to a treasured collection. They make for perfect housewarming, wedding, and Christmas gifts, as well as travel souvenirs, home decor, and adding a personal touch to any moment.
Approximately 3.5” wide x 2.75” long
Made in the USA.
Available in raw aluminum or Gold powdercoated Steel.
Perfect for any food or drink enthusiast, this bottle opener will add a personal, rustic touch to any kitchen or bar.
Made in the USA heavy 14 gauge recycled and raw steel, they are easy to grip and pleasantly heavy.
Handmade Copper Ware
Copper Mule Mug
Write a review
These 12 oz heirloom quality Mule Mugs are completely handmade -- formed and hammered -- from thick, 100% recycled solid Copper. They are handmade by artisans in Mexico, and designed in Texas.
These objects are made in the traditional way, in a method that began began in Mesoamerica and has been practiced and passed along continuously for over 1,000 years. These mugs are finely made from thick, 100% Copper, unlike those other mules on the market. They may age and patina with time, but will not lose their copper color like plated cups. They are ergonomically designed, with a nice weight to them.
Copper, with its warm glow and inherent patinas that change over time, has been a part of the human hearth and civilization for thousands of years, used in ancient health, healing and spiritual practices around the world for a wide range of benefits. It is a naturally clean material with strong antibacterial, antimicrobial and antiviral properties.
Sold individually. A pair makes a perfect gift set coupled with our Copper 8" Tray.
Did you know Copper is the traditional 7th Anniversary gift? If you're following the modern list -- it's the appropriate 22nd Anniversary gift.
Write a review
Original RecycLures are handmade in small batches out of recycled, preprinted steel cans/containers and copper. No two are ever exactly the same, and many of the lures feature logos from popular food items, cleaning supplies, and everyday products. Everyone finds one that speaks to them -- from 'cheese whiz' to a favorite beer!
Recyclures make great Man Cave or Cabin Decor (They look great in a shadow box!) and are a perfect a gift for your favorite fisherman or outdoorsman. They can also be used as actual lures -- just don't snag and lose them!
Handmade in Pennsylvania by Tedd McDonah.
Shadow boxes are not included, but can be added on at checkout for an additional fee: 4.5" x 7" shadow box for single RecycLure = $20. 7" x 19" shadow box for three to five RecycLures = $50.
Did you know Tin or Aluminum is the traditional 10th Anniversary gift? Copper is the 7th (traditionally) or the 22nd (modern). These collectible lures make a perfect anniversary gift for the hard to shop for man!
Santa Fe Stoneworks
Damascus Collection Mammoth Bone 4" Liner Lock Knife with Clip
Write a review
Damascus collection 4" liner lock knife with clip featuring mammoth bone crafted by Santa Fe Stoneworks in New Mexico. This knife has a core of VG-10 steel with 16 layers of stainless steel on each side to produce a rust free Damascus look blade.
As beautiful as it is practical, this heirloom quality tool is something that will be appreciated for years to come.
Damascus Steel is characterized by it's strength, edge holding ability, and it's dramatic appearance. The Damascus Steel used in our knives comes from Japan and is called "Sanmai Damascus" or Sandwich Damascus. There is a core of vg-10 steel with 16 layers of stainless steel on each side to produce a rust free Damascus look blade. Damascus is created by forge welding many layers of steel together and repeatedly creating pattern by removing or deforming the material and then drawing the layers down in successive stages. It is a long, labor intensive process that results in a unique look that is often specific to the individual maker.
These 4" closed Liner Lock knives are the most affordable Damascus knives we offer and have a 3" blade.
The material in these knives is durable, fossilized Woolly Mammoth Bone. Originating from Siberia, this material is over 10-15,000 years old.
Woolly Mammoth Bones were used as construction material for dwellings by both Neanderthals and modern Humans during the ice age. Bones were made into various tools, furniture and musical instruments. Large Bones, such as shoulder bones, were also used to cover dead human bodies when buried.
Steel is the traditional 11th year anniversary -- and nothing says durability and timelessness like Stainless.