Below is a gallery of the items we make for sale. To request a current price list, or to order anything please e-mail us with details of what you would like and where you would like us to send the items to. We will then let you know the total cost incl. P&P. We accept payment by Bank Transfer, PayPal and cheque.
small hanging oil lamp
large and small brass spoons
necklet with 'klapperschmuk'
walnut girdle hanger
glass top hairpins
plain hairpins - various styles
Saxon dress pins- various styles
penannular brooch - spiral ends
cruciform brooches - various styles
girdle hanger - various styles
leather money bags - various styles
1st C military belt (cinglum) - made to order only
child size lorica segmentata
1st C military belt
horse head plate brooch
double cone candlestick
late La Tene round form brooch
twisted neck torque
Please email us with details of what you would like and where you would like us to send the items to. We will then let you know the total cost incl. P&P. We accept payment by Bank Transfer, PayPal and cheque.
extractor/spoon of Dioclesfalse teeth
votive eyes- three styles
We also specialise in reproducing medical instruments from other periods. These are all bespoke pieces made to order. We have had the privilege of working with a variety of interpreters, and institutions including the Wellcome Trust & the BDA amongst others. Below are some examples of our work.
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Books and journals bound in historical styles .
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Working either from our own period tents, or inside clients own building we offer a number of different historical living history demonstrations, including Roman health hygiene and beauty, a fabrica or metal workers workshop, the history of writing and books, and also more recent periods including a first world war rehabilitation centre and second world war- WVS advice centre, salvage collection, emergency kitchen, and period workshop. Whenever possible we like to include activities for the public to try.
Talking to the public about Roman medicine, and showing how they prepared their make-up and fashioned their hair.
Demonstrating how early codex books were made, see what people wrote on before paper was here and the chance to try writing on a wax tablet.
How people coped on the home front in the war. Collecting salvage to re-use for the war effort, how to make the most of your coupons- cooking and making clothes, have a go at making a rag rug. We also have a workshop showing some of the tools and how they were used to make everyday items.