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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

Small Sundail Compass in Wooden Box


Small Sundail Compass in Wooden Box

Price: £27.00
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Nautical solid brass sundial compass. The top of the sundial is hinged and a curved scale is used to set your local latitude angle. The magnetic compass allows the sundial to be oriented North. The compass features a needle lift mechanism to protect the compass's jeweled bearing when being transported. The sun's shadow cast by the sundial's vane ... more info

Sundial Compass With Box


Sundial Compass With Box

Price: £30.00
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Nautical solid brass sundial compass. The top of the sundial is hinged and a curved scale is used to set your local latitude angle. The magnetic compass allows the sundial to be oriented North. The compass features a needle lift mechanism to protect the compass's jeweled bearing when being transported. There are three adjustable legs that are used ... more info

Mini Telescope In Box


Mini Telescope In Box

Price: £18.00
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Mini Telescope In Box. Nickel Telescope complete with Sheesham wood Box (Indian Rosewood). H: 5.7 x W: 11.9 x D: 6.5cm Telescope is for show and not meant for serious viewing

400ml Drinking Horn with Leather Holder


400ml Drinking Horn with Leather Holder

Price: £21.00
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400 ml Drinking Horn with Leather Holder. Find your inner Viking with this drinking horn. Please note the pictures are as a guidance only as the horn is a natural product therefore colours and shapes vary, no two drinking horns are the same. They are safe to drink out of, not to be used with boiling water or to be placed in the dish washer, just ... more info

600ml Drinking Horn with Leather Holder


600ml Drinking Horn with Leather Holder

Price: £24.00
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600 ml Drinking Horn with Leather Holder. Find your inner Viking with this drinking horn. Please note the pictures are as a guidance only as the horn is a natural product therefore colours and shapes vary, no two drinking horns are the same. They are safe to drink out of, not to be used with boiling water or to be placed in the dish washer, just ... more info

William Morris Tree of Life Tapestry 55"x41",


William Morris Tree of Life Tapestry 55"x41",

Price: £90.00
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This elegant piece depicts the Tree of Life, a mystical concept relating to immortality that often appears in folklore, culture, and fiction. The tapestry is a revival of 1879 piece by William Morris, a renowned English writer, artist, and textile designer and also a member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and English Arts and Crafts Movement. ... more info

AA5525 Flail


AA5525 Flail

Price: £26.00
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Flail (One Ball Morningstar) Replica of this gruesome medieval weapon. Decoration only Height: 80 cm Width: 7 cm Depth: 7 cm Weight: 1.39kg Material: wood, steel,

AA6990 Stage Combat Gaelic Ring Hilt Sword


AA6990 Stage Combat Gaelic Ring Hilt Sword

Price: £125.00
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Our Stage Combat swords feature tempered, high carbon steel blades and are designed for light combat use. They have durable, thick edges, more than suitable for the rigours of stage combat and display fights. They also feature rounded tips for extra safety. Stage Combat swords are noticeably heavier than historical replicas due to the added weight ... more info

AA123S Russian Cossack Sabre (Shashka) - 1942 Pattern


AA123S Russian Cossack Sabre (Shashka) - 1942 Pattern

Price: £125.00
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The shashka originated among the mountain tribes of the Caucasus in the 12th or 13th century] Later most of the Russian Cossacks adopted the weapon. It gradually replaced the sabre in all cavalry units except hussars during the 19th century. Russian troops, having encountered it during their conquest of the Caucasus (1817-1864), preferred it to ... more info