Saturday, October 7, 2017

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Monday, September 25, 2017

Pouch, Horn & Accoutrement Auction to Benefit Gold for Mac, a NY Hudson Valley Childhood Cancer Research Non-profit

Pouch, Horn & Accoutrement Auction - Auction to Benefit Gold for Mac, a NY Hudson Valley Childhood Cancer Research Non-Profit Organization:

This collaborative effort includes the following:  The bark-tanned hunting pouch with pewter button, cowhide strap and steel buckle was made by Eric Ewing, and Ron Hess made a Tansel-style powder horn.  Jerry Polizzi contributed a fine set of turned horn accoutrements comprised of a 70 grain powder measure, a vent pick and pan whisk affixed with hand-made chain.

All of the proceeds from this auction will benefit Gold For Mac, a 501C3 non-profit organization that raises money for Childhood Cancer Research and provides essential services to families in the Hudson Valley Region of New York currently experiencing childhood cancer.  More information on this cause can be found here: http://milesformac.com/

To place a bid on the Pouch, Horn and Accoutrement set and to support childhood cancer research/families affected by childhood cancer, please enter your bid in the comments section of this blog post.  Bidding will end on Friday, September 29th, 2017 at 9 PM Eastern.  Please send an email to ericewing1746@gmail.com and provide your information with your bid!

Thank you for your help and generosity!

Eric S. Ewing


Update: The high bidder was Brice Stultz at $350! Thank you for your generosity! And thanks to a special donation of $50 from an unnamed party that brought the final number to $400!












Monday, August 21, 2017

#141 - Pouch & Horn set for Joe Mills

No. 141; Pouch & Horn set commissioned by maker Joe Mills.  Alum-tanned woodchuck, antique overshot coverlet remnants, cowhide strap, antique buckle, steel rings, brass vent pick.  Antique powder horn with copper repair.  Accoutrement rings, antler powder measure, and ball block made by Clifton Hicks.


















Wednesday, August 9, 2017