• Our Wooden Pick-Up Sticks are a cut above! These exclusive sticks are made with smooth-tapered, round tips. The Wooden Pick-Up Sticks package includes: 20 wood pickup sticks, a cloth drawstring bag, game rules, scoring system, and a concise history
  •  Complete set of  28 double-six wooden dominoes with traditional playing rules, all contained in a wooden box with a sliding lid.  Dominoes have always been an historical favorite game.
  • Favorite 'catapult' American folk toy that has been a favorite for centuries and was certainly very popular in the mountainous regions of the United States. Packaged with target for safe play.
  • Opponents send gaily beribboned hoops whirling towards each other to be caught on the tips of slender wands in this exciting and elegant sport. The game of Graces was considered both proper and beneficial exercise for young ladies in the early 1800's and it was proper as well for boys to join in as a "lark". Also known as Les Graces or the Flying Circle, the game of Graces was described as early as 1831 in "The American Girls Book" and judging by children's books and store advertisements, remained as popular throughout the 19th century.
  • We have cast 10 jacks in lead-free pewter and packaged them with 1 wooden ball and 1 rubber ball in a cloth pouch. It comes with a hang tag that provides a history of the game and rules for play. The pouch comes in a variety of colors.
  • The Bead Weaving Loom Kit is a wood and metal bead loom set for creating patterned bracelets, necklaces and more. This easy to use jewelry maker lets you design colorful, personalized gifts for friends and family. Weave different color beads together to create interesting patterns and designs.
  •   Colonial mothers made dolls for their daughters from a variety of items that were available around the homestead. A wooden spoon featured a ready-made head for a doll, which could be adorned with paint for the face and hair, or with yarn for hair, or with fabric for a bonnet. The body was formed around the handle of the spoon and was probably made in numerous designs because each mother worked with items that were available to her. If the mother had a little extra time and the supplies, she might make arms, and legs and use lace.  
  •     Bushy Run ceramic products are produced by Westerwald Pottery.
  • Bushy Run ceramic products are produced by Westerwald Pottery.
  • Bushy Run ceramic products are produced by Westerwald Pottery.