||Two sets of 13th century belt mounts I made for myself. They are based on examples found in the book Dress Accessories.|
|These are a set of earrings In sterling silver that I made for sale in the By My Hand booth at Pennsic.|
is a laurel medallion made for Mistress
Leyla ibnat ash-Shamaal. It is based on an extant Islamic
medallion. The crescent is a vitreous cloisonné
The rest of
the piece is made of sterling silver. The stone at the top is
lapis. It was completed February of 2001.
is a pelican medallion made for Master Sayf
Al-Qamar Tarik ibn Abdul. It is based on the same medallion
the one above. The birds are a vitreous cloisonné
enamel. The rest of the piece is made of sterling
It was completed in the summer of 2001.
is a reliquary pelican
medallion made for Countess Gwyneth Felton. It is made of
sterling silver, enameled and gold plated. The back side of
reliquary has a gold griffin on it. The motto around the
edge is Welsh for "Do the little things".
my champleve lenamel laurel
medallion. It is gold plated sterling silver.
is a Byzantine style temple
pendant, also gold-plated sterling silver
is a set of superhumeral
plaques made for Countess Fina. They are all gold plated
silver, with amethyst, garnet enamels and pearls.
enameled laurel medallion
made in the summer of 2003.
cross. Gold plated sterling silver and enamel. Made
summer of 2003.
Partially open view
cross. Sterling silver and amethyst. Made in the
reliquary. This one is single sided, gold plated sterling
silver. Made in the summer of 2003.
another Byzantine style
reliquary. Also single sides, made of gold plated sterling
is one of a series of
heraldic brooches I made in the winter of 2003/2004. This
particular example is the arms of my wife's household. It is
of sterling silver and enamel.
is one of a pair of
brooches given Vicountess Anne Geoffreys of Warwick and Master Geoffery
of Warwick upon their stepping down as Baronn and Baroness Nordskogen
in January 2003. They each received a snowflake as an
augmentation of arms for their long service. This brooch is
arms with the snowflake added. Sterling silver and enamel.
|This is the second brooch, with the augmented arms of Vicountess Anne Geoffreys of Warwick.|
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|14th Century Brooches|
||Girdle Book for Countess Gwyneth Felton. This was a group project and it is her Country "scroll". I did all of the metalwork.|