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 - Pea Patch Minstrel-style Laminated
Pea Patch Minstrel-style Laminated "Duo-tone" Boxwood-Ebony Bones (Narrow)

TRADITIONAL MINSTREL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOODS...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. SOLID BOXWOOD AND EBONY: New-fangled minstrel style boxwood and padauk bones jazz up any tune. Innovative laminated "duo-tone" design lets you vary the tone depending how you align the woods. BOXWOOD (beige) is a hard, close-grained and heavy exotic evergreen native to England and Turkey that delivers a strong sharp tone. EBONY (black) was the wood of choice for Mister Bones during the minstrel era. It is one of the world's hardest woods. Ebony is a dense resonant wood that delivers a strong powerful sharp tone. HISTORICALLY ACCURATE DESIGN: The most popular woods during the American Minstrel Era were Ebony and Rosewood. Some folks made their own bones from local hardwoods. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic laminated Boxwood and Ebony. They're patterned after vintage Percy Danforth Minstrel Style Bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer (1922 - 2011). WHY CHOOSE THESE BONES: Living history musicians who perform at Minstrel era and Civil War gigs should choose Pea Patch Minstrel-style Bones for their historically ...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B07CNN2Y3Y
  • UPC: 814362021852
 - The Pea Patch Jig
The Pea Patch Jig

Despite being picked with the lettuce and almost ending up in a salad, Baby Mouse refuses to stay out of Farmer Clem's garden. Story inspired by the traditional song.

  • ASIN: 1939547210
 - Pea Patch Minstrel-style Ebony Rhythm Bones, Regular
Pea Patch Minstrel-style Ebony Rhythm Bones, Regular

TRADITIONAL MINSTREL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. SOLID EBONY: Ebony was the wood of choice for Mister Bones during the minstrel era. It is one of the world's hardest woods. Ebony is a dense resonant wood that holds a reputation among woodcrafters as a saw buster. In 1897 you could buy a set of four 7" ebony bones for thirty-five cents from the Sears, Roebuck & Co. catalog. Living history performers who do Minstrel era and Civil War gigs should choose ebony minstrel-style bones for the historically accurate design. You will appreciate the sharp powerful tone that cuts through the clamor of festival crowds - and so will curious onlookers! HISTORICALLY ACCURATE DESIGN: The most popular woods during the American Minstrel Era were ebony and rosewood. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic ebony. The design is patterned after vintage Percy Danforth minstrel style bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer (1922 - 2011). WHY CHOOSE THESE BONES: If you want historically accurate minstrel style bones that are excellent for small, medium or large hands, professionally handcrafte...

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  • ASIN: B015TJ371K
  • UPC: 814362020169
 - Pea Patch Island
Pea Patch Island

Recreates the legend of how an island grew from a shipload of peas that sank in the Delaware River many, many years ago.

  • ASIN: 0307656934
 - Pea Patch Minstrel-style Boxwood Rhythm Bones, Narrow
Pea Patch Minstrel-style Boxwood Rhythm Bones, Narrow

TRADITIONAL MINSTREL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. SOLID BOXWOOD (AKA "white ebony"): Boxwood is a hard, close-grained and heavy exotic evergreen native to England and Turkey that delivers a strong sharp tone. This intriguing wood comes from a shrub that usually stands no higher than 3 feet at maturity and can take a century to reach a trunk diameter of 3 inches. Despite its small size, boxwood produces extremely dense wood that is so heavy it barely floats. Some folks call it "white ebony." Boxwood is a knotty wood noted for a creamy yellowish tan heartwood that is indistinguishable from the sapwood. The timber is a pale yellow when freshly cut, then slowly changes to a warm brownish yellow with exposure. The unusual wood exhibits a very fine uniform texture featuring a rich and satiny luster. HISTORICALLY ACCURATE DESIGN: The most popular woods during the American Minstrel Era were ebony and rosewood. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic boxwood. The design is patterned after vintage Percy Danforth minstrel style bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer (1922 - 201...

  • Color: Pale Yellowish Beige (Creamed English Tea)
  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B0155I8I0U
  • UPC: 814362020121
 - Pea Patch Minstrel-style Padauk Rhythm Bones, Regular
Pea Patch Minstrel-style Padauk Rhythm Bones, Regular

TRADITIONAL MINSTREL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. SOLID PADAUK [pah-DOWK]: Padauk (aka Vermillion) is a heavy dense wood that offers excellent acoustical properties for musical instruments. It is well suited for hand-held musical instruments due to its exceptional resonance and dimensional stability. HISTORICALLY ACCURATE DESIGN: The most popular woods during the American Minstrel Era were Ebony and Rosewood. Some folks made their own bones from local hardwoods. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic Padauk. They're patterned after vintage Percy Danforth Minstrel Style Bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer (1922 - 2011). WHY CHOOSE THESE BONES: Living history musicians who perform at Minstrel era and Civil War gigs should choose Pea Patch Minstrel-style Bones for their historically accurate design. You will also appreciate the sharp powerful tone that cuts through the clamor of festival crowds - and so will curious onlookers. So if you want historically accurate minstrel style bones that are excellent for small, medium or large hands, professionally handcrafted one...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B015TJ3E4K
  • UPC: 814362020190
 - Pea Patch Minstrel-style Tigerwood Rhythm Bones, Narrow
Pea Patch Minstrel-style Tigerwood Rhythm Bones, Narrow

TRADITIONAL MINSTREL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. SOLID TIGERWOOD: Tigerwood is a rare exotic heavy dense wood that delivers a solid sharp tone. These Tigerwood Bones are quite hard and dense. The heartwood is a bronze color highlighted by dark variegated streaks. The tiger-like grain is typically interlocked, but sometimes straight. The quartersawn wood produces an attractive ribbon pattern in the grain with alternating zones of dark and light wood figuring. The grain is certainly intriguing. But it also makes for a rough surface. Still, players clearly like the sound and solid weight. HISTORICALLY ACCURATE DESIGN: The most popular woods during the American Minstrel Era were Ebony and Rosewood. Some folks made their own bones from local hardwoods. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic Tigerwood. They're patterned after vintage Percy Danforth Minstrel Style Bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer (1922 - 2011). WHY CHOOSE THESE BONES: Living history musicians who perform at Minstrel era and Civil War gigs should choose Pea Patch Minstrel-style Bones for their histor...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B015TJ3VFM
  • UPC: 814362020572
 - Pea Patch Minstrel-style Tunwood (aka Indian Cedar) Bones, Narrow
Pea Patch Minstrel-style Tunwood (aka Indian Cedar) Bones, Narrow

TRADITIONAL MINSTREL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. SOLID TUNWOOD: Native to the Indian subcontinent, tunwood (aka Indian cedar) is an ultra-lightweight exotic wood species that delivers a mild tone. Most players prefer heavier woods. That's because the heavier weight generates the kinetic energy you need to make the bones easier to click. Still, tunwood is favored by players who prefer lightweight instruments and mild tones. At least one player we know favors ultra-lightweight tunwood because of arthritis. HISTORICALLY ACCURATE DESIGN: The most popular woods during the American Minstrel Era were Ebony and Rosewood. Some folks made their own bones from local hardwoods. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic Tunwood. They're patterned after vintage Percy Danforth Minstrel Style Bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer (1922 - 2011). WHY CHOOSE THESE BONES: Living history musicians who perform at Minstrel era and Civil War gigs should choose Pea Patch Minstrel-style Bones for their historically accurate design. So if you want historically accurate minstrel style bones tha...

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  • ASIN: B015TJ3A3K
  • UPC: 814362020602
 - Pea Patches and Butterbean Fields
Pea Patches and Butterbean Fields

Have you ever been just casually strolling along in life and then something yanks the world out from under your feet? Well, that is what happened when Vicki Baylis turned fifty. Oh sure, she no longer had children’s diapers to change, arguments over getting their homework finished, and impossible schedules to reach. She even successfully survived their teenager years. Life should be all peaches and cream with her empty nest because their rooms are finally cleaned. And it is awesome for a few minutes—the grocery bill is cut in half, the utility bills are manageable, the laundry is under control. She is actually enjoying sitting in the recliner with nothing to do. Then she began to make plans—the fruit trees she always wanted to plant, beautiful flower beds started to pop up in the yard, and she even started remodeling the house. Life is joyful, but then old age set in. Somehow, her body begin a rapid descent into a world of aching joints, hot flashes, and a kitchen full of sticky post-it notes because she can’t remember anything important anymore. The flower beds start to get weeds in them because she pulled her back out. The laundry pile has taken over the house again, and according to the post-it notes, she has another doctor’s appointment coming up.Pea Patches and But...

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 - Pea Patch Ebony Musical Spoons (Gumbo Style), Long - w/free instruction booklet
Pea Patch Ebony Musical Spoons (Gumbo Style), Long - w/free instruction booklet

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Musical Spoons are perfect for thrifty Jug band musicians, Irish session players, old-time musicians, or any musical spoons connoisseur on a budget. REAL MUSICAL SPOONS: Yes, these are REAL musical spoons. Unlike joined "cheater spoons" that anyone can play with no skill, the satisfaction of mastering real spoons is well worth the effort. And unlike wooden kitchen spoons with ungainly round handles that are nearly impossible to grasp, Pea Patch wooden musical spoons feature a functionally designed handle that offers you a firm grip, precise handling, and greater control. SOLID EBONY: Ebony is one of the world's hardest woods. Native to India, Africa, and Indonesia, ebony holds a reputation among woodcrafters as a saw buster. Prized by luthiers for musical instruments, ebony is a fine textured resonant material dense enough to sink in water. Musicians favor the sharp powerful tone that cuts through the clatter. Musical instruments made from this rare exotic wood usually command a premium price. FREE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET: Each order includes a free copy of our 8-page step-by-step instruction booklet, "How to Play Real Spoons." The booklet gets you started playing real spoons using the traditional one-finger grip, two-finger g...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B07F7R9KDC
  • UPC: 814362022415
 - Pea Patch Minstrel-style Tamarind (aka tetul, Indian rosewood) Bones, Wide
Pea Patch Minstrel-style Tamarind (aka tetul, Indian rosewood) Bones, Wide

TRADITIONAL MINSTREL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. SOLID TAMARIND: Originally native to East Africa and Madagascar, tamarind is a very durable exotic hardwood that delivers a powerful resonant tone similar to rosewood. Grown extensively in India, tamarind is best known for its edible fruit. Tamarind is an especially hard and heavy wood that offers excellent acoustical properties for musical instruments. Players who have never tried tamarind before will find this uniquely tough and gorgeous wood a gem. RATIO OF HEARTWOOD TO SAPWOOD VARIES: The light hued sapwood adds attractive color, but is slightly less dense than heartwood. Experienced players appreciate that most pairs are solid heartwood with little or no sapwood. ALTERNATIVE TO ROSEWOOD: Tamarind is an alternative to rosewood, but tough like ebony and highly prized for wheels, axles, gears - and now, musical bones! HISTORICALLY ACCURATE DESIGN: The most popular woods during the American Minstrel Era were ebony and rosewood. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic tamarind. The design is patterned after vintage Percy Danforth mins...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B015TJ3X1Y
  • UPC: 814362020718
 - Pea Patch Tigerwood Musical Spoons (Gumbo Style), Regular - w/free instruction booklet
Pea Patch Tigerwood Musical Spoons (Gumbo Style), Regular - w/free instruction booklet

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Musical Spoons are perfect for thrifty Jug band musicians, Irish session players, old-time musicians, or any musical spoons connoisseur on a budget. REAL MUSICAL SPOONS: Yes, these are REAL musical spoons. Unlike joined "cheater spoons" that anyone can play with no skill, the satisfaction of mastering real spoons is well worth the effort. And unlike wooden kitchen spoons with ungainly round handles that are nearly impossible to grasp, Pea Patch wooden musical spoons feature a functionally designed handle that offers you a firm grip, precise handling, and greater control. SOLID TIGERWOOD: Tigerwood is a rare exotic heavy dense wood that delivers a solid sharp tone. These Tigerwood Spoons are quite hard and dense. The heartwood is a bronze color highlighted by dark variegated streaks. The tiger-like grain is typically interlocked, but sometimes straight. The grain is certainly intriguing. But it also makes for a rough surface. Still, players clearly like the sound and solid weight. FREE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET: Each order includes a free copy of our 8-page step-by-step instruction booklet, "How to Play Real Spoons." The booklet gets you started playing real spoons using the traditional one-finger grip, two-finger grip, and thumb...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B07F7MZD42
  • UPC: 814362022200
 - Pea Patch Boxwood Musical Spoons, Mini - w/free instruction booklet
Pea Patch Boxwood Musical Spoons, Mini - w/free instruction booklet

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Musical Spoons are perfect for thrifty Jug band musicians, Irish session players, old-time musicians, or any musical spoons connoisseur on a budget. REAL MUSICAL SPOONS: Yes, these are REAL musical spoons. Unlike joined "cheater spoons" that anyone can play with no skill, the satisfaction of mastering real spoons is well worth the effort. And unlike wooden kitchen spoons with ungainly round handles that are nearly impossible to grasp, Pea Patch wooden musical spoons feature a functionally designed handle that offers you a firm grip, precise handling, and greater control. SOLID BOXWOOD (aka white ebony): Boxwood is an exotic evergreen native to England and Turkey that delivers a strong sharp tone. The wood is hard, extremely dense, and so heavy it barely floats. This intriguing wood comes from a shrub that usually stands no higher than 3 feet at maturity and can take a century to reach a trunk diameter of just 3 inches. The wood of choice for traditional croquet balls, the concussive impact quality of Boxwood should offer a natural advantage for musical spoons. FREE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET: Each order includes a free copy of our 8-page step-by-step instruction booklet, "How to Play Real Spoons." RECOMMENDED FOR EXPERIENCED PLAY...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B07F6MVCRV
  • UPC: 814362021999
 - Pea Patch Minstrel-style Laminated Duo-tone Padauk-Boxwood Bones, narrow
Pea Patch Minstrel-style Laminated Duo-tone Padauk-Boxwood Bones, narrow

TRADITIONAL MINSTREL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOODS...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. SOLID PADAUK AND BOXWOOD: New-fangled minstrel style padauk and boxwood bones jazz up any tune. Innovative laminated "duo-tone" design lets you vary the tone depending how you align the woods. PADAUK [pah-DOWK] (aka Vermillion) is a very durable exotic wood from central and tropical west Africa. Prized for it's brilliant salmon color, padauk delivers a highly resonant medium tone. BOXWOOD (beige) is a hard, close-grained and heavy exotic evergreen native to England and Turkey that delivers a strong sharp tone. HISTORICALLY ACCURATE DESIGN: The most popular woods during the American Minstrel Era were Ebony and Rosewood. Some folks made their own bones from local hardwoods. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic laminated Padauk and Boxwood. They're patterned after vintage Percy Danforth Minstrel Style Bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer (1922 - 2011). WHY CHOOSE THESE BONES: Living history musicians who perform at Minstrel era and Civil War gigs should choose Pea Patch Minstrel-style Bones for their historically a...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B0170NTS3O
  • UPC: 814362020756
 - THE PEASANT'S PEA PATCH. A Russian Folktale
THE PEASANT'S PEA PATCH. A Russian Folktale

  • ASIN: B000GUU0D6
 - Pea Patch Boxwood Musical Spoons (Gumbo Style), Short - w/free instruction booklet
Pea Patch Boxwood Musical Spoons (Gumbo Style), Short - w/free instruction booklet

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Musical Spoons are perfect for thrifty Jug band musicians, Irish session players, old-time musicians, or any musical spoons connoisseur on a budget. REAL MUSICAL SPOONS: Yes, these are REAL musical spoons. Unlike joined "cheater spoons" that anyone can play with no skill, the satisfaction of mastering real spoons is well worth the effort. And unlike wooden kitchen spoons with ungainly round handles that are nearly impossible to grasp, Pea Patch wooden musical spoons feature a functionally designed handle that offers you a firm grip, precise handling, and greater control. SOLID BOXWOOD (aka white ebony): Boxwood is an exotic evergreen native to England and Turkey that delivers a strong sharp tone. The wood is hard, extremely dense, and so heavy it barely floats. This intriguing wood comes from a shrub that usually stands no higher than 3 feet at maturity and can take a century to reach a trunk diameter of just 3 inches. The wood of choice for traditional croquet balls, the concussive impact quality of Boxwood should offer a natural advantage for musical spoons. FREE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET: Each order includes a free copy of our 8-page step-by-step instruction booklet, "How to Play Real Spoons." The booklet gets you started pla...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B07FJ77XP7
  • UPC: 814362022019
 - Pea Patch Ebony Musical Spoons, Mini - w/free instruction booklet
Pea Patch Ebony Musical Spoons, Mini - w/free instruction booklet

PROFESSIONAL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Musical Spoons are perfect for thrifty Jug band musicians, Irish session players, old-time musicians, or any musical spoons connoisseur on a budget. REAL MUSICAL SPOONS: Yes, these are REAL musical spoons. Unlike joined "cheater spoons" that anyone can play with no skill, the satisfaction of mastering real spoons is well worth the effort. And unlike wooden kitchen spoons with ungainly round handles that are nearly impossible to grasp, Pea Patch wooden musical spoons feature a functionally designed handle that offers you a firm grip, precise handling, and greater control. SOLID EBONY: Ebony is one of the world's hardest woods. Native to India, Africa, and Indonesia, ebony holds a reputation among woodcrafters as a saw buster. Prized by luthiers for musical instruments, ebony is a fine textured resonant material dense enough to sink in water. Musicians favor the sharp powerful tone that cuts through the clatter. Musical instruments made from this rare exotic wood usually command a premium price. FREE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET: Each order includes a free copy of our 8-page step-by-step instruction booklet, "How to Play Real Spoons." RECOMMENDED FOR EXPERIENCED PLAYERS ONLY: Experienced players will appreciate mini wooden spoons for...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B07F6TFD7S
  • UPC: 814362022385
 - Pea Patch Minstrel-style Teak Rhythm Bones, Regular
Pea Patch Minstrel-style Teak Rhythm Bones, Regular

TRADITIONAL MINSTREL DESIGN, EXOTIC WOOD...PLAIN PRICE. Pea Patch Minstrel Style Bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. SOLID TEAK: Teak is an exotic species of wood that delivers a medium tone. Native to Burma and India, teakwood is hard, strong, heavy and very attractive. The wood is prized for its outstanding durability under both wet and dry conditions. In its purest form teakwood is a uniform dark golden-brown without markings. But most teakwoods, like these Teak Minstrel-style Bones, are dark golden yellow highlighted by rich brown and darker chocolate-brown markings. The grain is generally straight but occasionally wavy, and the texture is coarse and uneven. The wood is somewhat greasy and may contain white shiny deposits. Freshly milled teakwood is reported to have an aroma similar to leather. HISTORICALLY ACCURATE DESIGN: The most popular woods during the American Minstrel Era were Ebony and Rosewood. Some folks made their own bones from local hardwoods. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic Teak. They're patterned after vintage Percy Danforth Minstrel Style Bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer (1922 - 2011). WHY CHOOSE TH...

  • Brand: Pea Patch
  • ASIN: B015TJ3RD8
  • UPC: 814362020268

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