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Submitted by Elizabeth Oakwood on Wed, 2006-12-27 22:58
Farthingales LA corset shop sells quality corset making supplies, quality ready-made corsets and offers the opportunity to purchase custom-made corsets. Quality corset supplies are an important investment for any corset maker or costumer. Why invest the time required to build a garment, if you're not using the quality products that will make that garment survive time and wear? If you value your work, use products that will make your techniques and your workmanship stand out from others.
Submitted by Karen on Fri, 2005-01-07 14:43
Fettered Cock Pewters sells pewter items, belts and belt fittings, games, fine jewelry in silver and gold, furniture, household goods, dress accessories and more!
Submitted by Estragon on Thu, 2009-10-15 21:55
Fine Chainmail Jewelry is a small business dedicated to producing unique custom made stainless steel chainmail jewelry.
Submitted by Foster-Stephens on Mon, 2012-04-23 16:25
Foster-Stephens provides archival storage products for garb and other textiles. Members may be interested in their Muslin or Tyvek Garment Bags, sized for court outfits and good for traveling back and forth to events. Foster-Stephens boxes and bags are designed for long term storage and are very safe for your garb between events.
Submitted by Thomas MacFinn on Tue, 2011-10-25 10:48
Foxknife Armory produces carved rattan wasters which are designed to more closely resemble period swords than round batons of flat rattan planks. Thomas has a wide variety of eras and cultures represented and has recently (late 2011) started adding hardware to compliment his blades.
Submitted by Evealyn Rawley on Thu, 2010-11-04 12:16
Looking for a traditional blacksmith providing authentic pre-16th century ironwork? Fungi Forge specializes in period locks and hardware, coffers and caskets, lighting for every need, campfire cooking, even medieval paperclips! They can make your life more medieval.
Submitted by Justin on Wed, 2005-01-19 23:49
The Gallowglass Academy is a professional martial arts school that provides classes on rapier, schlager, and fencing combat techniques. They also offer modern-world self-defense classes in martial arts and firearms.
Submitted by docjulia on Thu, 2005-05-26 00:19
Garb the World provides custom made clothing and period shoes for all body sizes. Choose your own styles, colors, and trims. They offer a wide variety of goods, including tunics, pants, cloaks, dresses, kilts, shirts, robes, veils, etc., and they have leather goods, including long ring belts of all colors. Featured items include "First-Time Specials" as well as outfits for Vikings, Normans, Anglo-Saxons, and even Jutes.
Submitted by GrantSkoog on Sat, 2009-04-25 10:08
GKS Widgets offers replica armor and weapons for display or costume as well as accessories. Weapons and armor choices include both historically-accurate reproductions and fantasy items. The company also offers realistic-looking lightweight latex weapons and shields for live-action roleplay (LARP) gaming.
Submitted by The Dwarf on Thu, 2009-09-03 03:00
The Golden Dwarf is a seller of quality renaissance, medieval, and pirate clothing, costumes, garb, armor, weapons, and accessories for LARP, Reenactment, Ren-Faires, and SCA.
Submitted by Adara on Wed, 2005-11-23 12:06
Indulge in handcrafted artisan soaps for thy bath, from peasant to royalty and everyone in between. Here you will find soaps made using a combination of ancient wisdom and modern standards of purity. Let the village wise woman at Green Haven bring you earthen creations for body and soul.
Submitted by K. Mayer on Sun, 2012-03-11 11:35
Green Mountain Garb creates historical sewn goods. Custom orders for unique, documentable garb are always welcome! Ready-to-wear garb and other merchandise, including dolls and doll clothing, may also be available; items currently in stock will vary.
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 2005-01-17 21:11
Custom crafted medieval, Renaissance, and fantasy garb for men and women.
Submitted by gryffonarmory on Thu, 2011-05-12 11:18
The Gryffon Armory provides leather armor and accessories for the SCA, Larp, or anything in need of leatherwork. From costume and armor grade leather pieces such as bracers, gorget, and even full suits to frogs, sheaths, quivers, and, for the completist, dog harnesses for carts. They also deal in llamelar, scale, and even chain armor and jewelry.
Submitted by Johanus on Thu, 2012-01-26 00:24
Haidner Art Studio & Armoury provides custom made armour for the discerning historical collector, re-enactor and martial artist. Based on designs from the middle ages and Renaissance, armour is built to be as close to the historical types as possible, given each client's budget and design specifications.
Submitted by medievalbooks on Sun, 2007-01-07 22:27
The Haunted Bookshop has been selling used and rare books since 1985 and are members of the Massachusetts and Rhode Island Antiquarian Booksellers Association. They specialize in books on Medieval and Renaissance History, British Isles, Costuming and Textiles, Illumination, Art, and Architecture.
Submitted by Justin on Thu, 2008-11-06 16:24
Heraldic Creations will render your personal, household, office, or group coat of arms or badge into a variety of media, including wood carving or burning, painting onto a variety of surfaces, personalized furniture, and cut or mosaic tile articles. Fabric renderings include painted or applique banners as well as baldrics and tabards of office, heraldic table linens, and flags and pennants. Personalized feast settings, mirror boxes, and other unusual items are available as well. They can render other period designs of a more generic nature, such as standalone charges (fleur-de-lis, Celtic cross, animals, mermaids, and such) into any of the available media.
Submitted by Anonymous on Sun, 2004-12-19 20:34
The Hill Art's mission is to supply the re-enactor with quality hand spinning and needle felting equipment. They are also a source for all-natural yarns and woolen fabrics.
Submitted by Justin on Fri, 2005-01-07 13:27
Since 1996, Historic Enterprises has been bringing high quality reproduction items to historic sites and historical enthusiasts worldwide. All of their offerings are based on historical material, and many are exact reproductions of pieces from museums and private collections. They provide an historical accuracy rating and documentation online, quick shipping, first rate customer service.
Submitted by Aelfgifu on Tue, 2007-07-10 18:57
The Historic Workshop is small group of people dedicated to using authentic historical methods to create high quality arts, crafts, and supplies, for collectors and re-enactors for a variety of time periods. While they specialize in Medieval and Middle Ages crafts, they have many items that are also appropriate for later time periods and re-enactment groups such as Civil War and Muzzleloading. They offer furniture, ironwork, blown glass, jewelry & leather mounts, juggling supplies, hand-bound books, and various craft, knitting, and sewing supplies.
Submitted by Historical Glas... on Thu, 2013-04-04 11:42
Historical Glassworks creates handblown glass articles, specializing in historical reproductions. Available items include tools, feast gear, accessories, and decorative gifts. They also offer live demonstrations. View their calendar for a list of upcoming events in your area.
Submitted by Justin on Fri, 2005-01-07 13:33
House Morningstar supplies hand-made garments of natural fibers, costume accessories, books, leather goods, and pewter feast ware, along with various other medievalist items.
Submitted by gijchar on Mon, 2013-02-18 20:41
How To Forge A Helmet is a step-by-step guide for making your own Viking-Age Spangenhelm. It is a Kindle Book on Amazon, written by Armourer Joe Piela aka Gijchar of The Lonely Mountain Forge. Approximately 24 pages long, this book is illustrated with 19 photos, including 1 of the pattern used to make the helmet.
Submitted by Groomporter on Fri, 2012-04-20 10:08
J. Henderson Artifacts recreates historic pattern mugs, jugs, bottles, jars, chamber pots, candleholders, lanterns, inkwells, pitchers, pots, bowls, pie-birds, dolls, trenchers, plates, churns, including wood-fired salt glazes. Their wares are used as props by several historic sites.
Submitted by Karen on Fri, 2005-01-07 15:02
This potter offers a collection of stoneware jugs, mugs, and bottles, based on interpretations of original examples, diagrams, and photographs of Raeren pottery of the 15th century.