Pairing a classic rocks glass design with incredibly durable leather, you'll be proud to put this set of Leather Wrapped Rocks Glasses on your bar. Handcrafted by Clayton & Crume in Louisville, Kentucky, the Rocks Glasses boast full-grain leather wraps, constructed with robust stitching and solid brass rivets for a secure hold. The boxed set includes two glasses and leather wraps, perfect for holidays gifting!
Silver Plated Fishing Reel Trophy
This vintage silver angling trophy would look fantastic gleaming on a bookshelf, in an office, or a well-appointed game room. It also can serve as a display for flowers or small dried arrangements, making it a very versatile design element. Well maintained and sturdy, this is an excellent example of antique silver craftsmanship.
TGR Handcrafted Humidor with George Washington's 1789 Inaugural Seal
These handsome handcrafted cigar humidors, made from rift sawn white oak, are exclusive to The Great Republic and created in a limited edition of only 25. Crafted by Michael Dixon in his Maryland studio, the humidors use a patented moisturizing system, designed to provide the ideal environment for storing cigars. The lids of the humidors are inlaid with the design of George Washington's 1789 inaugural seal- a proud heraldic bald eagle with its wing’s outstretched, talons gripping a bundle of arrows and an olive branch.
Patriotic Collection Double Sided Waiter's Knife
This Patriotic Collection Double Sided Waiter's Knife features solid steel construction and all the tools that your wine connoisseur wants - corkscrew, foil cutter, and integrated bottle opener. The tool is functional, beautiful, and of the highest quality. It features a patriotic design on the handle, with alternating inlaid stripes of red coral and white mother of pearl and a blue lapis field with a single mother of pearl star at center. The Waiter's Knife is a perfect housewarming gift, or bring it to your next party to dress up the festivities!
Mitchell became one of the most prominent American map publishers of the mid-19th century and his visual record of the early Unites States gives us an incredible lens into the rapid growth of our country during this time. This engraved and hand-colored 1858 map of the United States is a wonderful example of Westward expansion and the worldwide powerhouse that America was becoming.
Douglas Adams (1853-1920) was a London based landscape painter. He exhibited in the Royal Academy between 1880 and 1894, showed at the Society of British Artists, the Grosvenor Gallery, and the New Gallery and shared a Primrose Hill studio with other artists. Adams specialized as a landscape and wildfowl painter and often painted sporting scenes. Many of his paintings celebrated the field sports of hunting, shooting, and fishing, set against stunning Highland landscapes and painted in the Victorian tradition.