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Unique Gifts Under $30

No one ever said that good gifts had to have expensive price tags! So whether you waited until the last minute to start shopping, are searching for a white elephant or secret Santa gift, or just don’t have a ton to spend this year, there are many reasons to stick to a budget. And that’s nothing to be ashamed of! Check out these unique finds under $30, and you’ll see that sometimes the best presents come at totally reasonable prices!

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Corset Back Sleeveless Ruffle Blouse

#101557
Designed with a high collar, lace-up back, substantial ruffles and black velvet buttons, this ladies sleeveless pinstripe Steampunk-themed shirt suits all events and get-ups.
$69.95 $29.95

Jabot Lace Shirt

#101331
A jabot is an ornamental frill of lace on the front of a shirt and worn by men extensively in the 18th century This style originated around 1650 and began as a laced bib. Our stylish shirt is quite unisex in design and is a great addition to many different period outfits.
$41.95 $29.95

Sapphire Velvet Vest

#101624
This double-breasted vest is made from cotton velvet with a matching satin back. Features covered buttons, two working pockets and a buttoned rear belt.
$64.95 $29.95

Crusader Leather Journal

#804343
This leather journal is embossed with the Crusader cross on the front, while the back and borders are adorned with knot work designs. Bound with 300 pages of handmade paper. Antique brass latch. 7-1/4" x 5-3/4" x 1-1/4".
$29.95

Wanderer’s Leather Journal

#804393
This journal features an outer cover made of ultra-soft black leather. Rough-stitch design with decorative lacing. 66 soft yellow pages. 7" x 5-1/2".
$44.95 $29.95

Kensington Pants

#101614
These pants are made from a poly cotton and twill blend. Inspired by the Victorian era. Adjustable suspenders, side-seamed pockets, and inside interior elastic fitting for that perfect fit.
$71.95 $29.95

Pirate Captain Cups

#804416
These two cups are crafted of spun brass and plated inside with silver. Copper skull and crossbones brazed into cups. Includes hardwood storage box. Cups measure 1-7/8” each. Capacity of 1 oz.
$29.95

Drinking Horn of Olga

#804522
This drinking horn is decorated with a rustic leaf pattern. The rim is edged with brass, along with the tip. Comes with adjustable, suede belt holster. Approximately 15” tall. Capacity of approximately 16 oz.
$29.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Butt Cap for Greek Spear

This end cap balances the Greek spear perfectly. The angle of the taper matches that of the Greek spear. I'm using a round, 6 foot long, 2 ply laminated and tapered Hickory shaft. To secure the pieces to the shaft I intend to try beeswax and a properly fit taper.
Reviewed by: Gary, June 24, 2019

Review of: Butt Cap for Greek Spear

Excellent quality. Can't even come close to making this for $21.00!
Reviewed by: Edward, January 13, 2019

Review of: Butt Cap for Greek Spear

wonderful object, weighs a little but helps balance the spear head.
Reviewed by: Jim, December 23, 2018

Review of: Late Renaissance Shirt

Came fast and fit like a tee! Excellent! Can't wait to wear it at the Renn Fest!
Reviewed by: Donald, October 18, 2016

Review of: Butt Cap for Greek Spear

This is a beast. It's HEAVY, I am not exaggerating, and we'll worth the price. Absolutely solid except for the cap, which is about 3-4" deep. This is a weapon on par with a mace, ideal for walking sticks (my use) and self defense. If you thrust with it, you'll crush any bone you strike. The pic doesn't do it justice. This is a BIG, solid piece of hardware.
Reviewed by: Dylan, May 10, 2016

Review of: Butt Cap for Greek Spear

This cap is quite heavy, heavier than many others.  It is so heavy, that it outweighs most spear heads, but would be good for counter balancing a halberd head.
Reviewed by: Steven, December 25, 2015

Review of: Butt Cap for Greek Spear

Placed this on the opposite end of the long hewing spear pole, very nice!
Reviewed by: Matthew, November 14, 2015

Review of: Butt Cap for Greek Spear

Purchased one several years ago hope this do not rust like that one did
Reviewed by: Jeff, December 19, 2014

Review of: Butt Cap for Greek Spear

Fantastic, I took your greek spear butt through over a hundred miles on the trails and backroads in the Great Smokey Mountain National Forest the best I ever used.  Great for walking staffs with a kick, Heavy Duty and ready for action.  I carried it to protect from bear and boar on my journeys.  I also used it as a chisel to break off rock specimens.  It will easily pierce the steel on your car door.  I love it.
Reviewed by: Deva, August 22, 2011

Review of: Late Renaissance Shirt

I purchased the white shirt it just what I expected. There was one little thing about it. The cord for the V cut in the front was not available during the period when the shirts were made. I found a innovative fix though. The draw strings for the sleeves were extra long, so I used the excess from the sleeves, replace the cord in V cut in the front. Aside from that it's wonderful addition to my costume.
Cour de Lyon
Reviewed by: Bruce W., February 21, 2009