Here you go, the first range is now launched and already in three retail outlets. Wonder what will happen when I TRY to sell the stuff…
Arrowhead. Popular with the archery crowd, may not pass airport security. Claim “cultural right” and you’ll be fine. $15
Triple Goddess. The actual witch symbol, NOT the Wiccan pentacle as assumed. Just in time for the Spring Solstice for those of us living on the top of the world. The fact that I live 10 clicks from Stonhenge NZ in no way influenced this item being produced in the forst run. $15
Viking coin necklace. Mixed coins which were made as oversized versions of 10th Cent Viking coins found in York. The old one, not the new one. $15
Mjølnir (Thors Hammer) For those of you of the Scandiavian pursuasion. Wear one to Slat Lake City and see if they burn you at the stake. $15
Viking Coin Earrings. Just like the necklace only for ears! This picture shows the Raven coin but you can get them in two Ravens, two longship or one of each. $15
Roman Denarii Earrings. These are made from actual coins, one being a Trajan the other Hadrian, none of your woosie Constantines here pal! Small but with excellent detail – lets see how good YOU look after spending 1,900 years buried in Dacia! $15
Denarii Bag-O-Coins Havent worked out the price but thinking of selling them in bags of thirty come election time.
Torcs Traditionaly made with twisted wire and none of this highly decorated bollocks with dragons and elves and pretty rubbish all over it thankyou! Avaialable in large and small. They are flexible enough to be sized. just don’t make a habit of it because like all metal constant flexing will cause it to fall into the river. $25 (bet you thought I was going to say $15)
Medieval Buttons We’re starting to get into the period reenactment stuff here but they’re made so here they are. Measuring 1.5 cm across they come in domed, flat with roped edge and square pryamid (not shown). Ideal for adding that extra touch to your costume. 6 for $10 I was roundly abused by an Auckland costume maker for selling these too cheaply and making it imposible for others to compete and I’d like to say that I feel just wretched about that.
Cloak Pin Again more of a reenactment item this pin is a traditional item that also lacks the pretentious decoration that would mark it out as a cheap Chinese knock off. For this pin to FUNCTION it has to have a smooth shaft so the pin can move freely. The pin is hand hammered steel for strength. Again could be an airport issue but play the culture card/insanity plea because frankly not that people wear cloaks on public transport these days. Batman, Robin & Superman notwithstanding. $15
So if you’re interested in anything here you can either drop me a line with your physical address and I’ll mail you a brochure or you can order directly through me using paypal for those of you in foriegn countries. (Almost everyone on the planet). Prices are in pretty much your currency because the exchange rate will allow for postage. Except you funny Brits who still use tin ingots or something. I’ll work it out for you on request.
Coming soon, Roman, Viking & Medieval belt fittings and buckles. Also traditional Viking and Roman board games using the coins as playing pieces.
Finally and important safety tip: When a girl looks at your brochure and says “you’re very talented, I don’t have a creative bone in my body”, the correct response is NOT “would you like one?”
Its just as well shes known me for nearly 10 years and expected nothing less.
UPDATE: For those wishing to order anything now you can make a payment via my email address firstname.lastname@example.org to paypal. The price in US$ is whats listed above and includes postage. Same for Australians. Please make sure you fill out your delivery address info and include what it is you’re buying in the comments. Delivery will take 6-12 days.
If you’re NZ local email me and I can give you my account details for a direct credit. Delivery will be at the mercy of NZ post, please accept my appologies for the delay now to save time later.