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Dogwood Bloom Pipe

#805176
Perfect for a stroll through the garden while you ponder deep thoughts. This hardwood pipe has hand carved designs and a cherry red stain with brass ring. The brass bowl liner is 3/4" in diameter and 3/8" deep. 13-3/4" overall, 11-1/2" stem.
$29.95

Autumn Leaves Pipe

#805179
This hand carved, hard wood pipe has hand carved flower accents and oak stain. The brass bowl liner is 3/4" in diameter and 3/8" deep. 13-3/4" overall, 11-1/2" stem.
$29.95

"Display" Crusader Axe

#601081
This Crusader style display axe has a blunt edge but is made like a real one with a hand-forged blade and a tough hardwood handle. Perfect for display OR realistic cosplay.
$29.95

"Display" Viking War Axe

#601082
This Viking War style display axe has a blunt edge but is made like a real one with a hand-forged blade and a tough hardwood handle. Perfect for display OR realistic cosplay.
$29.95

Split Hide Leather Bullwhip - 9 Foot

#805256
This whip is made in Spain using genuine split cowhide leather.
$29.95

Lance Head

#601110
This triangular Lance Head is hand forged from high carbon steel and is capable of retaining a razor sharp edge. Pole not included. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
$29.95

Egill’s Torque Pendant

#201634
Based on this traditional piece of jewelry worn by Viking men, this miniature circlet depicts the twisted wire design using black and antiqued bronze wire.
$28.95

Odin’s Mug

#804977
This resin mug depicts Odin, father of the Gods Thor and Loki, and has a removable stainless steel inner cup to make clean up fast and simple. Holds 13 oz. of your favorite beverage and is perfect for Viking and Medieval events!
$28.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Celtic Chemise for Girls

My daughter still has it after 5 years. Doesn't fit anymore but very well made. Was great at RenFest.  Excellent undergarment for the Fleur de Lis Dress for Girls
Reviewed by: doug, June 15, 2020

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: 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: 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: Celtic Chemise for Girls

This is a well-made quality garment (although for $39 it might have been nice to have some lace or something). I got this for my 9yo niece and it's a little on the large size but I think her mother can make easy temporary adjustments so she can wear it to many a RenFaire. It goes great with the Fleur de Lis dress (as expected). Add white stockings and Mary Janes and she is the perfect little princess!
Reviewed by: Kurt, January 11, 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