Re: artillery buckets
- John wrote:
> last year there was posted a website of a merchant in Canada (i believe)who
> made wooden buckets and pails. They also make arty buckets.My apologies for the tardiness of this response; with the season in
full-tilt I've gotten behind in my list-reading.
Five Rivers (that's us!) is the merchant you seek. Our website, email
and phone numbers are in the tagline at the end of this message.
Just a note for any who might be interested: any orders for cooperage
placed now we're shipping for June 30, 2001. Best to secure your place in
the production queue sooner rather than later if you're hoping for cooperage
for the upcoming season. Of other interest might be that we're migrating our
site to a new, secure estore format for the ease of our clients. The
downside (there's always a downside) is the software allows only for one
currency to be displayed, and so please don't be thrown by the Canadian
prices. The exchange rate is very good for our US clients right now
(approximately 1.56), which means you get a better deal.
If you're looking to buy locally, John White of Avalon Forge also
carries our cooperage.
Five Rivers Chapmanry ~ purveyors of quality hand-crafted cooperage
fine hand-sewn embroidered garments
historical sewing patterns & embroidery supplies
(519) 942-2548, fax (519) 941-7627 http://www.5rivers.org email: