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Viking Raven Pewter Pendant

#201610
The runes on this pewter pendent are the first runic inscriptions and consist of 24 letters known as Futhark.
$29.95

Locking Leather Journal with Key

#804816
This full leather journal has handmade paper and a working, antique brass latch riveted to the cover. Features embossed period designs and laced leather stitching. Comes complete with full-metal lock and two keys.
$29.95

Mary Rose Compass Magnifier

#804927
This beautiful nautical piece is made of sturdy brass with a large copper plated compass on the top and a slide-out 2x magnifier on the bottom. Comes with a full leather carrying case embossed on the top and bottom with sturdy snap.
$39.95 $29.95

Quaich Pewter Bowl with Pink Stones

#804405
This Quaich bowl is made from original antique bronze mould, then turned on a lathe and polished highly by hand. Features Thistle and Stone handles. Made in England of easy to care for pewter and decorated with glass pink cabochons.
$49.95 $29.95

St. George Trinket Box

#804855
This keepsake trinket box depicts the epic tale of St. George defeating a powerful dragon. Made of cold cast resin which has been metalized for an antique bronze finish.
$29.95

Tibetan Kapala Skull Cap

#804979
This decorative skull cap is made of cold cast resin and features mystical Tibetan symbols. Our version has been antiqued and made to look like it has been recently excavated.
$29.95

Einardolk Pewter Pendant

#201622
Our Einardolk Viking Pendant, traditionally used for personal protection and symbol of self-preservation, is made in England of fine pewter and has a black cabochon in the dragon’s eye.
$29.95

Venetian Feathered Mask

#201621
This feathered mask is adorned with small peacock feathers, which have an iridescent hue of blue and green. Elastic band in back for comfortable wear. One size fits most.
$29.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Medieval Practice Weapon - One Handed Sword

Well worth the price. Quality practice weapons and well made. Bought 2, one for myself and one for my lady. We both like them.
Reviewed by: HOWARD, July 12, 2019

Review of: Arming Cap, Quilted

well made, fits well.
Reviewed by: david, February 16, 2019

Review of: Medieval Practice Weapon - One Handed Sword

It's just what I expected. It has the right proportions and heft. A good first step to the metal stuff.
Reviewed by: Warren, January 29, 2019

Review of: Gov’nah Tricorn Hat

Beautiful and elegant just like it is depicted in the catalog.
Reviewed by: eric, January 24, 2019

Review of: Arming Cap, Quilted

Great arming cap. I wear it under my MRL Mail Coif and my MRL Visored Bascinet. Now the Arming Cap itself is a touch on the thin side, BUT if it were any thicker whatsoever my mail and helmet would be too tight. As of now they all fit perfect!! Not just trying to get reward points here. This arming cap is well put together and made to last, and mine has seen plenty of Renaissance Faires! Grab one,  you won’t regret it 👍😊
Reviewed by: Casey, October 19, 2018

Review of: Medieval Practice Weapon - One Handed Sword

Haven't seen it, but my granddaughter was very pleased.
Reviewed by: Michael, November 24, 2015

Review of: Medieval Practice Weapon - One Handed Sword

great sword very sturdy but practicing against a cold steel hand and a half sword with a person twice your size it does not last forever.
Reviewed by: Alexander, April 13, 2015

Review of: Arming Cap, Quilted

Reviewed by: John, May 05, 2011

Review of: Medieval Practice Weapon - One Handed Sword

This is a very good high quality sword we got this one and the two handed one we havent stopped practicing let. Thier sturdy strong and well crafted. I strongly reccomend getting this if you have a passion for swords and dont want lose any limbs.
Reviewed by: Alex, December 27, 2008

Review of: Medieval Practice Weapon - One Handed Sword

Reviewed by: Paul, December 05, 2008