This is the regulation cavalry guidon that was carried by mounted Union troops in the Civil War. It usually would be "customized" by placing a troop letter or other designator inside the circle of golden stars. The U.S. Cavalry later used guidons in the Plains Indian Wars. In fact, the cavalry was the last of the three branches of service of the U.S. Army to carry the Stars and Stripes into battle. This was also one of the three flags that Colonel George A. Custer and the Seventh Cavalry carried at the Battle of Little Big Horn
The 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment mustered into Federal service in August, 1862. It became the standard for the unit eventually commanded by Joshua Chamberlain during the Battle of Gettysburg and the stacking of the arms in Appomattox.
This vase was specially designed for the Jack-in-the-Pulpit flowers that grow wild at Jamestown. Jack-in-the-Pulpit, or Arisaema triphyllum, is also known as bog onion, brown dragon, Indian turnip, wake robin, or wild turnip. Many adaptations of this vase have been made over the Centuries. This vase measures approximately 5 inches tall.
This graceful antiqued brass finish necklace features a color cameo suspended from a floral garland and encircled by glass "pearls." Crafted in the U.S., these reproductions are created from vintage tooling and incorporate solid brass findings
This piece is an example of a commonly used household item. It is not a reproduction of an artifact. Each piece was hand-blown and is one of a kind. No two pieces are identical. This piece measures approximately 6 high. The natural color of glass is green, because sand has iron oxide or rust in it naturally. To change the color, a metal must be added.
Were you aware the natural color of glass is green? Glass only changes color when other minerals are added, so you could say that these hand-blown glass mugs are in their truest, natural form. Plus, since they’re hand-crafted, they have an endearing quality of being similar yet not identical. Measures 3" x 5." Hand wash with warm water and mild soap.
Shimmering aurora borealis crystals from a famous European maker on the wings of these dragonfly earrings evoke the warmth of summer days gone by. Hypo-allergenic surgical steel wires, antiqued-brass finish.
This piece is an example of a commonly used household item. It is not a reproduction of an artifact. Each piece was hand-blown and is one of a kind. No two pieces are identical. This piece measures approximately 3 high.
The natural color of glass is green, because sand has iron oxide or rust in it naturally. To change the color, a metal must be added