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Ninja Bottle Opener

#804639
This Ninja Bottle opener is manufactured from stainless steel and silicone. Overall length of 6-1/2”.
$14.95 $9.95

Green Man Mirror Box

#804681
This Green Man box is covered in a printed satin with woodland graphics and an image of the legendary Celtic character. Small mirror attached inside to the lid for a quick look-see. Measures 7" x 4" x 2-1/2".
$9.95

Newt Scamander Monogram Pendant Pin

#201603
This is the personal pendant of the wizarding Magizoologist Newt Scamander from "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them". Includes a removable 20" chain so it can be worn as a necklace.
$11.95 $9.95

Set of 6 Agate Arrowheads Medium

#601041
This set of 6 handmade agate arrowheads vary in size from 1- 3/4" to approximately 2-1/4" long and all sizes in between.
$9.95

Celtic Cross Leather Keychain Journal

#804733
This miniature journal is hand-crafted of embossed leather and features 66 pages of parchment. Chain and key ring included. 2" X 1-3/4" X 1".
$9.95

Dragon Keychain Leather Journal

#804734
This journal is hand-crafted of embossed leather and features 66 pages of parchment. Chain and key ring included. 2”x 1-3/4” x 1”.
$9.95

Glow in the Dark Scorpion Pendant

#201560
This simple brass pendant features an acrylic stone housing the body of a real scorpion. 24” adjustable brass chain with clasp included. Measures 1-1/4" in diameter. The pendant glows in the dark.
$9.95

Spider Glow Pendant

#201561
This glow-in-the-dark spider necklace has an acrylic stone with actual spider embedded at the heart of a brass pendant. Includes an antique brass 24” adjustable chain with clasp.
$9.95

Everything in this collection is priced under $15, so it's a great way to stock up on unique finds from Museum Replicas for you and your collection!


Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Leather Broadsword Frog

Great leather sword frog. Recommend.
Reviewed by: HOWARD, October 06, 2020

Review of: Leather Dagger Frog

Great example of a simple but daring dagger from. Recomment.
Reviewed by: HOWARD, October 06, 2020

Review of: Leather Broadsword Frog

The frog is well made, with good, solid leather, and holds the scabbard well.   However if your blade sticks at all in its scabbard, the frog does not hold it strong enough to allow you to pull the blade free.  Usually the scabbard and the half drawn blade will come out of the frog.   That said, the piece is very handsome and of good quality for the price.  Very pleased with the product.
Reviewed by: Ernest, July 19, 2019

Review of: Leather Broadsword Frog

The frog is of high quality leather and holds my excalibur sword I bought fairly well with no give to it. The only downside in using this is I don't have a fat/wide enough belt for this design and it was hard to tell exactly how big of one I would need.
Reviewed by: Johnathan, May 22, 2019

Review of: Leather Dagger Frog

As expected.
Reviewed by: eric, January 24, 2019

Review of: Leather Sword Hanger Frog

Another thumbs down for this product.
Like the others I found this hanger way too large for my use.
I purchased it for a rapier, alas, even my claymore won't fit securely.
Fortunately I have some leather working experience, so I was able to TOTALLY rework  the hanger so that it is usable.
Reviewed by: Vance, July 30, 2018

Review of: Leather Broadsword Frog

Very convenient in my opinion. It sure is handy
Reviewed by: Michael, March 08, 2016

Review of: Leather Sword Hanger Frog

Reviewed by: John, May 23, 2011

Review of: Circlet Crown

Looking at this crownlet I was afraid this was going to be rather insubstantial and easily broken by an active 9yo girl...no worries here! This item is not as thin as it looks in the pics and is easily adjustable without worrying it is going to snap. The jewel in the crown is also very pretty and a very nice touch. This is a very good deal!
Reviewed by: Kurt, January 11, 2011

Review of: Leather Broadsword Frog

This frog is a must have for anyone who owns a sword of any kind. I have one for each sword that I own!
Reviewed by: Tim, December 14, 2008