Since 1962 when David and Dorothy Morgan started the company, David Morgan has been a family owned and operated mail order business presenting traditional, quality items discovered in the pursuit of their own personal interests. In addition to jewelry from the Pacific Northwest and their own line of Celtic jewelry, David Morgan offers Akubra® hats from Australia, a range of quality leathergoods, Tilley hats, clothing and luggage, and much more. Many David Morgan suppliers are also family run, putting their personal integrity behind their goods.
Driza-Bone has created a midweight version of its world-famous coats. The midweight coat weighs 30% less than its heavyweight counterpart, allowing for more flexibility while providing superior protection.
According to the Driza-Bone website, the traditional oilskin first came into existence in the 1890’s when British sailor Emilius Le Roy had the idea of creating an indestructible wet-weather jacket made from recycled ship sails that were treated with oil. From here, the oilskin legend was born and would later become the famous wet-weather coat and an Australian workwear staple.
The midweight is still a fine, 2-ply cotton with a high count weave. If you were looking for a more flexible version of the duster, this is your chance.
We are very proud of our Cavin in Bronze jewelry. Cavin’s attention to detail and fine craftsmanship
has produced a high quality series of jewelry. Now we are introducing several of the same items in silver. These pieces do not have the antiquing of the bronze jewelry, but the detailing is superb.
Shown are the images for the Sea Turtle Pendant and Earrings. Also available are the Sea Turtle Necklet and the Tree Frog Earrings.
A customer recently sent us his hat stretcher made in the 1800s. Just like our Hat Jack, this one has a center piece that turns and twists the end pieces in or out. This one also has two metal guides. It is made of rock maple. The reason he sent it to us is that he finally wore it out. This hat jack was used for over 100 years. Amazing.