Simple and to the point. Great for your home fireplace, woodstove, fire pit, or campfire. Ring handle and hook are indexed for right-handed or left-handed use. Baked linseed oil finish. Typically ships in 1-2 weeks.
Integrated handle with 1 piece forged construction
Handcrafted in our in-house woodshop, J&S Custom Furniture Co., these stylish trays are made from reclaimed fir, salvaged from local barn and building demolitions. The steel handles are recycled from rebar tie wraps. Coated in a durable water-based food-safe finish, they are stain and abrasion resistant. 17.5"Wx11.5"Dx1.75"H(3.25"H with handle) Typically ships in 3 weeks.
These simple and versatile handles are durable and easy to install. Makes for great tray handles, cabinet door and drawer pulls, door and gate handles. Finished in Linseed oil, screws not included. 1.5" tall, 5.5" long, 0.25" diameter. Steel is recycled from rebar tie wraps. Typically ships in 1-2 weeks.
Blacksmith made nails can be traced back to 3400BC in Egypt. Hold a piece of history in your hands. Great for building barns, catapults, trestle bridges for steam powered locomotives and log cabins. Can also be used as a wall hook, tent peg, or given as a gift to someone who has really nailed it. 1/2"x1/2" shank. Price is per spike. Can have a custom script hand stamped on the sides or head @ $1/letter. Typically ships in 1-2 weeks.
Blacksmith nails can be traced back to 3400BC in Egypt. These essential building supplies were once so precious that old barns and buildings were burned down to retrieve the nails for reuse again. No need to raze your neighbour's house though, we make them fresh every morning in our Vancouver forge. Typically ships in 1 week.
Dull square tip and square shank punches through the wood fibre, significantly reducing splitting
Rough shank surface grabs onto the wood fibres and won't work loose over time
Tough to remove, hence the use of fire to recover them in times past
Large head that won't pull through the plank under duress
This hand-forged bottle opener makes you never want to let go. Feel the hammer-textured handle as you pop open a cold one. Made right here in our Vancouver forge from mild steel, heat-treated with linseed oil for a durable rust-resistant patina and finished with a vegetable tanned leather strap for easy storage. Can have your name or a custom script stamped into the handle at an additional charge. Can be customized with your business or organization logo. 5"x2". Typically ships in 1-2 weeks.
Hand-forged from a single piece of iron
Popular gift idea for birthdays, Christmas, Father's day, Bachelor parties, and Groomsmen
Hand-forged fiddlehead garden stakes can be added to your garden for plant support or as an arranged sculpture. They are easy to tie plants to and are a great way to add iron to your soil. The decorative stakes are hammer textured and then scrolled by hand to mimic rising fiddleheads. Finished in beeswax furniture polish to allow a natural patina to form. 36”-42" long, 3/8” diameter steel rod, scrolls are 4-6” diameter. Typically ships in 1-2 weeks
Our hand-forged Calla Lily plant stake is a blossom that never fades. These durable art pieces are a great way to add iron to your garden soil or potted plant. Forged from recycled scrap iron and finished with linseed oil. 24"-36" long. Flower is 3-4" long and up to 4" in diameter. Each of these are unique and no two are alike.d oil.
Hand-forged fire hook for rearranging logs in your fireplace or wood stove. The hand-turned wooden handle is dressed with a copper ferrule and teardrop shaped to fit any hand size. The hand-forged steel hook is 3/8” diameter and finished in linseed oil. 30" long with a 3.5" hook. Typically ships in 2-3 weeks.
Product Description: These hand-forged handle wedges are ribbed to stay firmly in place once driven in. The blunt tip splits the wood fibres instead of cutting a path through. This avoids creating a weak spot in the critical area where most handle breakage occurs. We use 2 wedges per hammer handle. Typically ships in 1 week.
Instructions: Choose a wedge size that is 3/4 of the depth of the eyehole and drive it in 45° off of the centerline until the wedge head is 1/8" below the surface of the wood.