Berakha bat Mira v’Shlomo, Mid-1400s Beaded Veil

Name: Berakha bat Mira v'Shlomo Location: Barony of Bhakail Wiki: This project examines reproducing a beaded veil that would have been worn in the mid-1400s, taking a particular look at painted representations of decorated and beaded headgear over a 100-year period as sources. A veil of this style would not have been worn alone.... Continue Reading →

Tiffan Fairamay, Botanical and Calligraphic Studies

Name: Tiffan Fairamay Location: Province of Malagentia Wiki: The Mira calligraphiae monumenta has long been one of my favorite manuscripts. Each page is an amazing combination of virtuosic calligraphy and illustrations of flowers, fruit, and insects. It’s all so lovely, it’s hard to know what to look at first. The calligraphy was completed between... Continue Reading →

Arabella De Mere, 11th Century Icelandic Woven Band

Name: Arabella De Mere, OL Location: Shire of Old Stonebridges, Rockland County NY Wiki: Website: About the project: I am always flattered when I am asked to make something for an elevation, and will try my hardest to do what I can.  In this case, I was asked to make a tablet woven... Continue Reading →

Hilde Perdue, Enamel for Late Period Saxon Brooch

Name: Hilde Perdue Location: Crown Lands – Southern Vermont Wiki: I made the enamel piece that would have been used in a Late Period Saxon brooch. The design is based on a Late Saxon brooch, circa 900 – 1100 AD. I only focused on the enameling techniques used. For my piece I used a... Continue Reading →

Don Doroga Voronin, Analysis of Luis Pacheco de Narvaez

Name: Don Doroga Voronin Location: Barony of Carolingia Wiki: View Slideshow Here This slideshow is my preliminary analysis of how Luis Pacheco de Narvaez of the style of Spanish fencing called La Verdadera Destreza/Destreza/LVD wrote about how to fight a certain style of weapon, and examining the context in which it was written with... Continue Reading →

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