Terms and Conditions for Epoch Gifts - future icons suitable for wedding gifts, christenings, birthdays or to mark any special event. We currently have some nice Scottish silver provincial spoons as a rest of buying a large collection.
if an item is posted to outside the UK we can do that to most countries but an extra charge is made based on actual postage costs. Special offers on our other web sites do not apply to this web site. We do however try to keep postage costs to the absolute minimum. The postage does not include any custom s charges and these are the responsibility of the purchaser.
You can return any item on this site within thirty days of purchase. You must send it back signed for and in the original packing as the glass where the item contains glass needs careful protection.
Products can be returned to Malcolm Carpenter, 38 Punch Croft, New Ash Green, Kent DA3 8HP
For Sheffield made pocket knives and other fine items from Sheffield click on the above logo.
These are a selection of pages from various of our web sites listing handmade products from Sheffield and other sources.
On our other web site Typenet.com we have a range of hand made keyrings, cufflinks and other items all made utilising historic material. Products which incorporate such iconic material as parts of Spitfire Battle of Britain aircraft and wood from historic Navy Battleships.
To go back to the first page of the site click in the figure 1.
For excellent Christmas and other events look at our drink related silverware. Quality bar ware some dating back to the early years of the 18th century. we have a nice range of silver decanter labels and also some fine silver photographic frames made by Carrs of Sheffield and other fine photo frame makers.
PIECES INSPIRED BY OUR RICH INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE
This is a fine Sheffield made folding knife. Created using the scales from Ankola horn cattle imported by the same firm from around 1749. Like the above Sheffield made knife we will only have one of this pattern as each piece of horn is different and when it is gone thats it. We have various pocket knives using a variety of historic material on typenet.com