Sterling silver bola leather bracelet Marshall Hansen Design

Sterling silver bola leather bracelet with cast toggle and keeper – 7 1/4 inches. A touch of the West or Southwest for any outfit M/F.

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Sterling silver bola leather bracelet $47

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Sterling cast buckle set 3/4 inch Marshall Hansen Design

original Marshall Hansen Design cast Sterling Silver buckle set in hammered or bright finish 2 inches long – fits 3/4  inch belt. Sample leather not included.

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Bright finish 3/4 inch sterling silver belt buckle and keeper $195

 

Hammered finish 3/4 inch sterling silver belt buckle and keeper $195

 

Dixon bench pin anvil with pin

not new Dixon bench pin anvil with pin

The newer castings of this style are taken from the Dixon model and simply do not say Dixon as it is a trademark owned, now, by Grobet. Buy an original (rare, maybe) for about half of a recent ebay auction (with shipping).

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Dixon bench pin anvil with pin $23

SOLD 3-12-13

Sterling silver hammered bangle Marshall Hansen Design

Bright and vibrant cross-peen hammered sterling silver bangle. Approximately 1/2 inch wide with 2 3/4 inches opening.

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Sterling silver hammered bangle  $99
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Dixon Grobet metalsmith silversmith #12 T Stake anvil SOLD

The Dixon #12 is the most versatile stake because it is a mini anvil with two tapering horns – the center portion is flat, one horn with a flat top and one horn nearly round tapering from about 1″ down to 3/8″ which works great for rings, earrings and bracelets. The #12 is barn fresh. It is used and shows signs of use. I have not cleaned nor have I dressed it since unpacking and it is not finished to a polish. This unpolished style is preferred by some smiths as the stake surface does not allow the work piece to move when struck while rough forming. You are free to clean, dress and polish for your style. This is sold “as is”. The #12 can be installed in a nice tree stump if you do not have a large vise or anvil or it can be fitted in the #88 stakeholder I have for sale on another post.

Compare price other info at Rio here.

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Dixon #12 T Stake anvil $149 SOLD

Dixon Grobet Large Stake Holder #88 for sale

This cast iron holder provides the base for T stakes and other tools which fit in a 7/8″ x 7/8″ square anvil hardy hole. The base is 6″x4″ with four holes for 1/4″ bolts or lags and is 4 1/2″ tall. I had this on the edge of a large oak stump. (Retail $125)

The item for sale is the stake holder base only.      The item for sale is the stake holder base only.      There it is twice and the second time I typed  s  l  o  w  l  y. You only get #88 for $99. Not all the other stuff. Clear? Good. 🙂

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Dixon #88 stake holder base $99 SOLD

Dixon Grobet metalsmith silversmith T stake cowtongue for sale (#8#9 sold)

#’s 8 and 9 sold – less than half price!  Buy one or both. USPS Priority shipping insured with delivery confirmation in continental US is included in the price.

These are the so-called cowtongue T stakes. #8 is swept up at the tongue end and has a flat anvil surface with angled sides. The #9 has a curved top with radius sides and a small edge at the end – slight round inverted rocker (retail $314). The #8 is hard to find and is great because of the flat surface in addition to the tongue end – more shapes, angles and use with sheet. The #8 is barn fresh. I have not cleaned nor have I dressed it since unpacking and it is not finished to a polish. This unpolished style is preferred by some smiths as the stake surface does not allow the work piece to move when struck while rough forming. You are free to clean, dress and polish for your style. They are sold “as is”. Either of these can be installed in a nice tree stump if you do not have a large vise or anvil or they can be fitted in the #88 stakeholder I have for sale on another post.

Dixon Stake #08 $149 SOLD

Dixon Stake  #09 SOLD

Any questions, comments or offers please contact me.

Thanks, Marshall