Scabbard Price Sheet

DISCLAIMERS (and transparency on how I keep my prices lower) I need the sword in hand, which means that you need to insure the ever-loving-bejeezus out of it when shipping it. Although I think my scabbards are very good, the construction isn’t the same level of precision of higher end craftsmen (Like Christian Fletcher orContinue reading “Scabbard Price Sheet”

Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

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Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

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Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

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DeKoven Medieval Stool

I made this stool as a prize for the Save DeKoven Fundraiser to help preserve the DeKoven Center, site of the Western Martial Arts Workshop. The basic form is inspired by a 15th century stool currently located at the Cloisters in NYC. The decorations are inspired by early 15th century art while simultaneously honoring theContinue reading “DeKoven Medieval Stool”

“Meyer” Tooled Leather Case for Book

This style of leather case was quite popular in the late medieval and early Renaissance eras throughout Europe. I made this and tooled it with an image inspired by Joachim Meyer’s fencing treatise of 1570. This was a prize for the Sword Without Borders raffle in 2020, which raised funds for Doctors Without Borders.