American Frontier Decor & More
We want you to have everything you need to show off your knowledge and artful displays for home or office.
This complete deck of replica old style poker cards date from around 1870. Includes 52 cards with square corners, period correct replica box and history card.
This natural powder horn features a spring-loaded release with a brass charger / dispenser which holds about 50 grains of powder. Unscrews for refilling with a permanently affixed wooden end cap.
This is a solid iron replica 1870's NSW Crab Lock with a deeply aged hand finish. All the look and feel of the original from NSW Railways.
This small historical Map Case is made from antiqued solid brass. Use it to keep your documents safe - cards, money, ID etc.
This bust captured in cold cast resin and then plated in a bronze finish for a metal look and feel.
This Round Six Lever hand finished iron lock is made of solid iron with an antique finish. Fully functional. Includes two keys.
This Heart Shaped, hand finished iron with antique finish lock is made from an historic original. Includes two keys.
This hand made pair of dice is solid brass with an antique finish and rounded corners.
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: Forged Iron Candle Holder
Nothing to break on this item, no worries about dead batteries, and you can tell when you need to replace the light source! It's really well built and sits flat, no wobble. The candle spike is long so no danger of the candle falling off. The feet are spiked so be careful setting it on fine furniture or glass.
Reviewed by: KURT, May 23, 2020
Review of: Iron Railroad Signal Lantern
Very NICE, brand-new railroad signal! All glass (fixed clear, rotatable colored lenses) is clean, clear and undamaged. Metal lantern body is clean and undamaged, the painted finish unblemished. Definitely a bargain for less than $80!
Reviewed by: George, March 04, 2020
Review of: Old West Pharo Cards
The most interesting of the three items. It shows you just what card players had to deal with, no plastic coating,. square corners, and a grade of paper that today we would call recycle material. It must have been rough trying to shuffle them (no bridge shuffle). Plus you have instruction on how to dry them when they get damp (had to be a lot of fun). Interesting history lesson.
Reviewed by: Maurice, May 22, 2019