16th Century Keys

From the Phoebe Hearst Collection, Museum of Anthropology at U.C. berkeley, these keys from Nuremberg, Germany date to the 16th century.
Their use as church and church strong-box keys is probable, as householders of the day did not employ locks.
The original keys were formed of steel and are reproduced for you here in lead-free pewter.

LEFT TO RIGHT:

KY-1 Waves (4 inches)
12.00 (16.00 with Key Chain)
KY-2 Paisley (4 inches)
12.00 (16.00 with Key Chain)
KY-3 Thistle (4 inches)
12.00 (16.00 with Key Chain)
KY-4 Rosette (3 inches)
10.00 (14.00 with Key Chain)
KY-5 Crown (3 inches)
10.00 (14.00 with Key Chain)
KY-6 Florette (3 inches)
10.00 (14.00 with Key Chain)
KY-7 Filigree (3 inches)
10.00 (14.00 with Key Chain)


   
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