Here is an assortment of links that will help you find appropriate clothing, weapons, accouterments and shooting and fishing supplies.
Antiquity offers fine, hand-made reproduction furnishings, pewterware, lighting and more. Theay are also an official Colonial Williamsburg shop and carry many Williasburg brand eproductions!
Aux Armes de France et de Navarre is a website by Nicolas Cayrasso that will be of interest to the 18th-century French gentleman.
Baraboo Valley Windsors hand-crafts a variety of reasonably-priced custom-made colonial furniture.
Bradley Company of the Fox offers a variety of clothing, hats
and accouterments appropriate for a gentleman.
Edge Forge offers
knives plus hooks and other fishing accessories.
River Traders Carries a full line of clothing and accessories.
The Sutler of Mount Misery offers military reproductions and arms as well as some
a fine selection of period-appropriate music books and instruments.
Townsend and Son, Inc. also offers 18th-c clothing, including coats appropriate for the gentleman sportsman.
Kannik’s Korner offers
excellent patterns for shirts and other items.
Scarlet Scarab offers a fine selection of clothing, books, angling supplies and more!
Fox Forge offers a variety of clothing and accessories -- including some unusual items not found elsewhere!
and Fire is yet another purveyor of clothing, accessories and camp furniture. Also, Smoke and Fire News has listings for events and a wide range of articles and advertisments of interest.
the Needle 18th-Century Clothing offers
just that; shirts, coats, breeches and accessories for the gentleman and his lady.
of the Wolf offers
shooting supplies PLUS custom sets of gun parts for building your own fowler, rifle
or military arm. These are NOT kits and take some skill to assemble, but they also
have a consignment shop with offerings of finished guns. Finished
guns go fast, so if you see something you like contact them right away!
Track of the Wolf also carries the full line of titles from Ballindalloch Press.
William Booth, Draper offers an complete line of clothing-related books and notions, plus quality, period-correct linen and woolen fabrics essential for clothing the 18th-century gentleman.
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