Theses kegs are made from pine staves, pine heads, and wood bands.
Our Wooden Kegs are similar to those which Tremont used to ship nails worldwide for over 150 years.
The Kegs are commonly used today for stools, planters, toy boxes...and storing nails. The kegs can be painted, stained, or left natural. Lids are sold separetly as item number TLID. Size: 13" x 18"
Our clinch nails add an authentic touch to this well-known Chinese ring puzzle. Hand forged examples are often attributed to ship-smiths on whaling vessels. Also popular in Scandinavia, where it was used as a lock. Unlock your boredom with a unique piece of history.
All 20 Tremont Nails on a wooden display.
This is the wooden version of our popular Sample Set, containing the 20 varieties of Tremont Cut Nails. each nail is mounted in an individual slot and can be removed for viewing and inspection.
The birch laminate display board also contains the complete history of cut nails in America.
A Print from an original pencil drawing of our nail machines.
In the late 1700's, the first machine to cut and head a nail in one operation was invented by Ezekiel Reed of Bridgewater, MA.
An authentic century-old nail machine, drawn in pencil and printed by our own artist Erik Michelson, captures the detail and charm of the machines still used in our Mansfield, MA factory. Available in print only (11" x 14")
Learn how the colonists built homes that stood the test of time.
C. Keith Wilbur, a retired medical doctor and former naval officer who served in Wolrd War II, is the author of Globe Pequot's Illustrated Living History series, which now compromises nine titles.
Paperback, 121 pages.
Cape Cod On My Mind, a tribute to one of America's most popular playgrounds.
Through the eyes of some of the most talented photographers in the nation, see why countless visitors flee to Cape Cod, Nantucket, and MArtha's Vineyard to escape the burdens and routines of daily life.