Artillery Conservation Craftswork
Combining traditional skills with modern machining techniques this rear sight has been recreated to the original pattern using authentic bronze material. Its classic patina and original markings have been painstakingly re-established.
The Traditional method of giving a finish to the gun barrel which treats rusting and prevents glare. The practice fell into disuse after the 1911 list of changes when painting in camouflage colours was introduced.
Military quality leather in the hands of our experienced saddler brings to life the leatherwork of a bygone age. This example is a No:7 Dial Sight Case, fitted to the rear of the shield of a 1915 18 Pounder Q.F Field Gun.
Expert conservation and restoration of small arms. This revolver is gold plated contained in a beautiful display case