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High quality leather Plague Doctor Mask Brown


High quality leather Plague Doctor Mask Brown

Price: £85.00
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High quality leather Plague Doctor Mask in brown. Details: - Material: high quality leather - adjustable leather and fabric straps for every head size - colours: black - Weight: approx. 280 g The plague was once the most feared disease in the world, capable of wiping out hundreds of millions of people in seemingly unstoppable global pandemics and ... more info

G104 Roman Carafe 3rd Century AD


G104 Roman Carafe 3rd Century AD

Price: £42.50
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Roman carafe. Soil find from Cologne, Roman Empire, 3rd c. Approx. 50 cl.

High quality leather Plague Doctor Mask


High quality leather Plague Doctor Mask

Price: £85.00
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High quality leather Plague Doctor Mask. Details: - Material: high quality leather - adjustable leather and fabric straps for every head size - colours: black - Weight: approx. 280 g The plague was once the most feared disease in the world, capable of wiping out hundreds of millions of people in seemingly unstoppable global pandemics and ... more info

Lagertha Horn Cup As Seen In Vikings


Lagertha Horn Cup As Seen In Vikings

Price: £15.00  £10.00
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Step back in time and try a drink the viking/medieval way! Drinking from our handmade genuine horn mugs is an unusual but enjoyable way to enjoy your favourite beverage. Made from real buffalo horn. Horn is a natural product and may differ in colour from the one pictured. Not suitable for dishwashers. Hand wash only with soft cloth and luke-warm ... more info

HB17 Viking Bone Comb


HB17 Viking Bone Comb

Price: £15.00
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Combs are one of the oldest tools mankind knows. In medieval times they have not only been used for human hair but also to prepare wool and other natural fibres for spinning and felting. Our reconstruction of an early medieval Viking comb is handmade from genuine animal bones. Centred it’s got a loop, at which a leather strap can be attached. The ... more info

AA7800 Molay Templar Dagger with Scabbard


AA7800 Molay Templar Dagger with Scabbard

Price: £66.00
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Molay Dagger, Templar Dagger with Scabbard This handsome reconstruction of a 13th c. Templar dagger was named after Jacques de Molay (1240/1250 - 1314), the last Grand Master of the Knights Templar (also known as the Order of Solomon's Temple or the Order of Christ). The Molay dagger has a fullered, hardened and tempered EN45 spring steel blade ... more info

William Morris Holy Grail Tapestry - Knights of the Round Table


William Morris Holy Grail Tapestry - Knights of the Round Table

Price: £75.00
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Originally commissioned by millionaire W.K. D'Arcy, "The Round Table" tapestry is officially known as The Knights of the Round Table Summoned to the Quest by a Strange Damsel. It is the first in a series of six tapestry panels illustrating The Holy Grail that was produced by the famed Morris & Co. just before the turn of the 20th Century. The ... more info

William Morris Angeli Laudantes Tapestry


William Morris Angeli Laudantes Tapestry

Price: £90.00
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Angeli Laudantes, a work based on the design by William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones, was originally conceived as a design for stained glass windows in the South Choir of Salisbury Cathedral. Bursting with detail and color, this tapestry is one of the most famous works derived from his designs for stained glass windows. The angels are playing ... more info

Outlander Bottle with seal


Outlander Bottle with seal

Price: £27.50
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Hand blown reproduction of a Björknäs bottle, with seal. Björknäs glassworks, Värmdö, Sweden, 18th century. Approx. 70 cl. As seen in Outlander. Björknäs glassworks was a Swedish glass mill, built in 1736 at Lilla Björknäs on Värmdö. “for the manufacture of all kinds of glassware, such as mirror and wagon glass of finer and inferior one, p. K. ... more info

Cignus, Roman Spoon with Oval Bowl and Swan Head Handle, Brass


Cignus, Roman Spoon with Oval Bowl and Swan Head Handle, Brass

Price: £15.00
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Ancient Roman spoons are commonly classified in two main types: While the cochlearium (pl. cochlearia) had a smaller bowl (also called head) and a straight handle tapering into a sharp point, the larger, heavier ligula (pl. ligulae) featured a rather generously sized, often oval bowl and a handle with rounded end or finial. The cignus (Pl. cigni) ... more info