Park House Tinsmiths

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Proprietor

Stephanie Pouget-Papak


Address:


214 dalhousie St.

Amherstburg On.

N9v 1W4


Phone:

519 736-2511


e-mail:


parkhousemuseum@bellnet.ca


Web site:


www.parkhousemuseum.com



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Parkhouse Tinsmiths

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The Park House Tinsmith is located on site at the Park House Museum and has a variety of Products for the re-enactor and the home. Since 1978, the Park House Tinsmith has been providing goods for production companies, historic sites and museums across Canada, USA, and UK.

We do custom orders! If you do not see the item you are looking for in our catalogue... contact us with the details and our tinsmiths will be happy to make it.

Do you have a re-enactment coming up and need a mess dish, cup, powder tin, cooking implement or canteen? We've got you covered from F&I to WW1. On occasion we will set up a mercantile at 1812 and timeline events. The items that we bring to these events are reproductions of artifacts housed in our museum's archives.

Our items are handmade in Canada, and all the proceeds go back into the, Not-for-profit, Park House Museum. Not only are you getting a great product but you're helping a museum to keep history alive for future generations.

All of our tinsmiths are volunteers who take the time to learn the craft of tinsmithing and refine their skill-set. We do schedule tinsmithing courses throughout the year.

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