This is a pair of steam punk engineer goggles which have a lt. blue base coat and are highlighted with a metallic brass. They have nickel colored extension rings that are highlighted with brass knurled nuts. Each eye piece is decorated with a brass metal wing, brass spikes, a wing nut, gears and brass acorn nuts which are mounted to the sides. They include 2-50 mm poly carbonate clear lenses,2-50 mm blue shaded lenses,and a black elastic adjustable head band. The lenses are removable and interchangeable. Thanks for browsing.
D Mattocks’ monster creation is apparently 8ft tall. It’s unclear what operating system lies beneath, but the sheer amount of dials, taps, pipes and those glowing radioactive signs at the bottom are enough to make any Steampunk fan weak at the knees.
Steampunk 1860 Confederate Le Mat Black Powder Revolver Replica
This is a non-firing full metal LeMat Revolver replica which has been Steampunked. The original pistol was a 9 chamber .41caliber black powder gun and also fired 1-20 gauge slug or buckshot. It has a weathered metallic finish with great details and distressed brown finished plastic hand grips which have been enhanced with small gears. The hammer can be cocked and the trigger will release but it will not fire anything. A simulated grappling hook is attached in the lower barrel. It is an arrowhead that has been dulled but still has a slight edge so it must be handled with care. The slug chamber will also rotate but can not be removed and the black powder packing device moves also. It is a prop or for display only. This pistol is a handful and weighs in at approximately 3.5 lbs. No stand or holster is included. Thanks for browsing.
This is a non-firing full metal Navy Revolver replica which has been aged and Steam Punked. The original pistol that the replica is based upon was a .36 caliber black powder gun. It has a metallic brass finish with great details and distressed copper finished plastic hand grips which have been enhanced with small gears and brass knurled nuts.The hammer can be cocked and the trigger will release but it will not fire anything.The slug chamber will also rotate but can not be removed. It is a prop or for display only. Weighs approximately 2 lbs. and is just under 14" from the tip of the barrel to the butt of the gun (7" barrel). The stand, which is plastic, has also been painted and antiqued in a brass finish with a slightly metallic wood grain effect on the main base and is included. A hand made brown or black leather holster(left or right) is available for this style as well. It will fit up to a 2.5" belt. There may be very slight variances from the photos since these are hand altered items. Thanks for browsing.
These goggles have a blue base coat with an antiqued silver finish. Pewter extension rings are mounted to the front with an extra set of nickel finished extension rings that are extended by three hexagonal stand-offs and secured by three black oxide nuts on each eye cup. Painted and finished with a flat protective clear coat. A spike is also embedded in each extension rind and held in place by a silver knurled head screw. Gears and brass knurled nuts are also mounted to each side. They include 2- 50mm clear lenses, 2-50mm shade 3 green lenses, and an elastic head strap. The lenses can be removed and exchanged or replaced. One of a kind. Thanks for viewing.
Ah, the glorious days of steam power, when computers were beautiful and flash drives were pieces of art. Say what? We are, of course, thinking of the imaginary world of steampunk, in which Victoriana rubbed shoulders with the high-tech ? and with the impossible. – See more at: http://1800recycling.com/2011/05/incredible-recycling-steampunk-usb-flash-drives#sthash.OPf7umA6.dpuf
These goggles have a red base coat with a distressed brass finish and nickel colored extension rings on each eye cup which are secured by brass knurled nuts. A simulated magnifying loupe is mounted to the right eyepiece with gears, coils. brass pieces and brass knurled nuts mounted to each as well. They Include 2- 50 mm clear lenses, 2-50 mm red lenses with etched targeting symbols on one, and an elastic head strap. One of a kind. Thanks for viewing.
This keyboard features a mix of polished brass and aluminum in a stepped, layered, Art Deco style which was inspired loosely by the Deco design of the Chrysler Building. The name has a bit of a double meaning because in addition to the Chrysler Building being in New York and acting as an iconic symbol of the city, “New Yorker” is also the name of a model of Chrysler car.
“A Skype, MSN voice chat-ready (and now Google talk) PC with a retro twist.” The phone, box and decoration are all antiques, the insides are state of the art (or they were in 2004, when Skype was only up-and-coming).