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FAUX SMOKEHOUSE MEATS

For Museum Displays and Historic Sites

smokehouse meats

Photos: HistoricFauxFoods.com

HistoricFauxFoods offers a variety of faux smokehouse meat products modeled from real cuts of meat. Each faux product is hollow cast from fiberized polymer materials in highly-detailed molds and filled with rigid foam. The end result is solid, more rugged and durable than plaster or ceramics, and designed for long-term use. We custom make the items for the needs of the specfic historic site, offering meat from all phases of of the smokehouse process. These are our current standard items (reference above numbers):

1. Pair of pork jowls, each 9"x5.5"x3"
2. Ham, 23"x10"x4.5"
3. Pork Shoulder, 10"x9"x4.5"
4. Bacon, flat, 13"x9.5"x.75"
5. Bacon, curly, 14"x10"x1.75"
6. Bacon, long, 17"x8"x2"

Contact us for additional information.


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