Arkayn Leatherworks offers goods for all of your leather needs: belts, quivers, tankards, bracers,sword frogs, sheaths, etc. They specialize in custom work, including artistic leather carvings and embossing, and they carry a wide variety of jewelry, leather, wiccan, and mundane.
Bardic-circle.net is a website providing a collaborative resource for the SCA bardic community.
Included are tools, such as a SCA lyrics wiki, a calendar for bardic events around the world, a discussion board and more.
If you want to comment on a photo or a gallery please do so. In fact, I encourage it, especially if you know who is in the photo or what is happening in a photo. I do ask that people remain civil and to NOT post any derogatory comments. I will just delete those.
Genevra Kornbluth's "Documenting the Luxury Arts" site has photos of artifacts and architecture from Roman to 20th century. Photos of the pre-17th century items include many not easily found elsewhere, including crystal and crystal intaglio pieces, ivory carvings, and game pieces (20-sided dice, anyone?).
HowToHistory.com is a website dedicated to creating and preserving video tutorials in the historic arts. They have tutorials on many aspects of medieval life, from basket weaving to woodworking to cooking to making a hurdle fence. There is also a section offering links to historical merchants to find supplies for medieval crafts.
The Known World Aviculturists Guild has its web presence on Facebook, with a site featuring research resources such as links, period illuminations, and discussions by guild members on a wide range of aviculture topics. A bird is not required to participate in their Society-wide guild--only a genuine interest in how companion birds shaped medieval life.
The Mountain Rogues design and craft Faire Lyric Books (a compilation of song lyrics dating back to the 1400's and encased in fabric covers), board games out of fabric, leather and wood (they mill their own lumber), riddle books (over 100 riddles dating to pre civil war), tables, game tables, and decorative items out of lumber, plus other items out of fabric and wood.
I started this website to centralize a location for those in the SCA to interact, learn different trades and be able to buy and sell period goods online. Over the years I have found many different websites that I liked which had great SCA information. However, many disappeared over the years or I forgot the domain name.
SCA-101 is a one-stop resource for all topics relevant to the SCA and modern re-enactment. This database of user-submitted articles and reading recommendations makes research a breeze.
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