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Pirate Vest

#100520
This 17th-century lace-up vest is made of 100% cotton. Comes in navy or red. Green on closeout and on sale for $19.95!
$38.95

Celtic Chemise for Girls

#100798
This girls chemise is made of a soft white cotton blend and sports extra long sleeves, adjustable by a drawstring and tying them at the shoulder. Hand wash only.
$29.95 $63.95

Picadilly Drop Point Sash

#101592
This sash is made of velvet with satin ribbon and has a matching satin tie in the back. Features dip in the front of the belt.
$14.95 $19.95

Picadilly Blouse

#101591
This high-laced collar Victorian shirt is made of cotton. Features a pleated and laced front bib design, a fine black ribbon around the neck, and a pair of buttons at the rear of the collar.
$19.95 $38.95

Edison Vest for Boys

#101588
This double-breasted vest is made of twill, while the sides and back are of a matching brown wool. Features a Nehru type collar and buckled belt in the back.
$26.95 $68.95

Queen Guinevere Girls Gown

#101587
This gown is made in a rich wine colored velvet cotton with satin lining. Features faux white fur trims at the collar and sleeves and black cape netting with silver flecks. Full lace up back with modesty panel. Comes with a matching braided red cord belt.
$59.95 $128.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Edison Knickers for Boys

The three pieces that I purchased for my nephew are absolutely beautiful and very high quality. They are perfect for my steampunk wedding and I can’t wait to see him in them. Highly recommend!
Reviewed by: Billie, October 09, 2019

Review of: Wooden Training Gladius

Perfect for use as a decorative piece, practice sword, or safe sword to go with an outfit. Made with a sturdy wood and has a nice finish. Highly recommended for anyone who wants a sword for play, practice, or display with an outfit without having a real blade.
Reviewed by: Ian, October 01, 2019

Review of: Crusader Flag

Yeah, it’s the flag of the crusaders, and if “some people” want to hang that identity on me 600 years after the fact to further their agenda, well fine by me...’cause these crusaders have B2 bombers and are not afraid to use them. I fly it proudly just below Old Glory, and it looks great waving in the breeze.
Reviewed by: Michael, October 01, 2019

Review of: Damascus Sgian Dubh Raider Knife

This is my first edged weapon from MR, so I was very excited considering the quality that I was expecting. I misread the dimensions on this, so this turned out to be much larger than I thought it would be. No complaints on the size though.

1st, the dagger. It essentially looks as it does in the photo. Since this is handmade you know to expect minor differences and I'm not disappointed. It is amazingly light to hold and even though it appears to have been sharpened, the cutting edge is rather dull, not a big deal. Sharpening a knife is rather easy. It does have a razor sharp point and easily pierced many cardboard boxes I have. I haven't tried it on anything thicker yet as I don't want to risk damaging the tip. Based on how sturdy the knife feels, I have no doubt this would pierce clothing and flesh quite well if I was forced to use it for self-defense.

2nd, the sheath. Since this is my first experience with old-world craftsmanship when it comes to medieval styled weapons, I don't have much to compare it to. The knife sits loosely in the sheath and the strap is the only thing that will hold it in place if you decide to walk around with this on your belt. Otherwise I feel this would fall out very easily. The sheath's construction seems decent, but I'm unsure at this point how well I would rate the quality since I haven't had the time to use it on a day-to-day basis.

Overall as a combo I'm giving this five stars.
Reviewed by: Erik, September 28, 2019

Review of: Early Kilt

Super construction and a great fit.   Looks great.
Reviewed by: Mike, September 28, 2019

Review of: Medieval Hand and Half Synthetic Training Sword

I wanted a practice sword that approximated the length and weight of my Bosworth Longsword and this sword comes quite close (it is actually 3-3/8 inches shorter and heavier than the Bosworth sword, but does quite well)

This is the first time I have bought a polypropylene practice sword (the others are made of wood).  I am quite pleased with it and will be buying more of the polypropylene practice weapons in the future.

As an added bonus, I can take it into my medieval history class to show the students the size difference between it and the arming sword without violating the "no weapons" policy of the college!
Reviewed by: kevin, September 27, 2019

Review of: Stag Horn & Damascus Hunting Dagger

Well-made handle, hilt and blade, which was very sharp except for an inch near the tip. Altogether, it's a great knife for advertised or other (probably) light use.
Reviewed by: Todd, September 20, 2019

Review of: Elegant Pirate Belt

Top-notch belt for any pirate outfit. Feels like it will hold up to a lot of wear, especially with various pouches, straps, flintlocks, and scabbards added to it.
Reviewed by: Stephen, September 18, 2019

Review of: Tudor Renaissance Flat Cap

Great quality but I agree with the other customers, you've gotta fix that sizing chart. I ordered a Large, which should fit no problem but it's really tight on my head.
Reviewed by: JEFFREY, September 16, 2019

Review of: Templar Sword Letter Opener

Nice touch on the desk. If you are going to have a letter opener laying around why not make it a mini Templar Sword.
Reviewed by: Matthew, September 13, 2019