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'The Colours of the Dark Ages'- Bright Colours

'The Colours of the Dark Ages'- Bright Colours

We are pleased to offer historically accurate, artisan produced thread for your historical craft projects. The wool yarn used in this collection is...

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'The Colours of the Dark Ages'- Deep colours

'The Colours of the Dark Ages'- Deep colours

We are pleased to offer historically accurate, artisan produced thread for your historical craft projects. The wool yarn used in this collection is...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 720-1000AD, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 720-1000AD, copper alloy

Manuscript show winingas wrapped spirally around the lower leg. Hooked tags of various types are often found just below the knees of skeletons; a...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 9th-10th C, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 9th-10th C, copper alloy

Based on a silver hooked tag (dress hook) of the Anglo-Saxon period. It is circular with an intact hook and two peripheral pierced lugs for stitching...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, 8th-11th C, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, 8th-11th C, copper alloy

A middle to late Anglo-Saxon hooked tag (dress hook) of triangular form. The front of the tag is decorated with a geometric interlace pattern. The...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, c. 9th C., copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, c. 9th C., copper alloy

Manuscript show winingas wrapped spirally around the lower leg. Hooked tags of various types are often found just below the knees of skeletons; a...

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Spoon, Pewter, Acorn-knop (pewter)

Spoon, Pewter, Acorn-knop (pewter)

The acorn knop was the most common of all spoon types. The acorn is a traditional symbol of immortality and was also regarded as a talisman and as a...

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Spoon, Pewter, Maidenhead

Spoon, Pewter, Maidenhead

The Maidenhead was a relatively common form of late medieval pewter spoon, the earliest known reference to the type being in an inventory of Durham...

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Fire Starter Kit with Flint & Steel

Fire Starter Kit with Flint & Steel

Fire is an essential element in any camp. This kit comes with everything you need to start a fire the medieval way! The process of starting a fire...

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Spoon, Pewter, Acorn-knop (brass)

Spoon, Pewter, Acorn-knop (brass)

The Acorn is a traditional symbol of immortality and was also regarded as a talisman and as a remedy against choler and fluxes. It was undoubtedly...

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Bag, Forage or Pilgrim's

Bag, Forage or Pilgrim's

Made in a shape used by travelers, pilgrims and soldiers, our forage bag is great for carrying small kit items, lunch or modern essentials. Also...

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Garters, buckled

Garters, buckled

Bias cut stockings, 'Knytt netherstockes of worsted' and other legwear required garters to hold them up. Chausses often benefit from garters below...

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Wax Tablet with stylus

Wax Tablet with stylus

Waxed tablets have been used from antiquity through the middle ages.  A small, thin frame was filled with wax, which could be written on with a...

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'The Colours of Medieval Europe'- Master Collection

'The Colours of Medieval Europe'- Master Collection

We are pleased to offer historically accurate, artisan produced thread for your historical craft projects. The wool yarn used in this collection is...

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