We regret that our wrought tableware is not currently in production. We are leaving it on the site in hopes of being able to supply it. Meanwhile, let us offer you sp0ons, forks, candle holders, and needlecases!
The Spoon is copied after several 15th century examples. It is cast of lead-free pewter and is safe to eat with.
length 5 3/4" or 14.7cm
The Forks are based on fragmentary pewter and precious
metal examples dated to the 15th century. They are most suitable
for depictions / personas dating to the late middle ages or
after - and in the late middle ages are most suitable for use in
eating fruit, suckets, and other preserves.
The Folding Spoon is based on a silver example in the exhibition catalog, The Age of Chivalry. The little beast's head slides down the stalk and over the joint to help keep the spoon open. This is great for traveling; it fits perfectly in your purse or the till of your chest. This year's hot item.
Folding Spoon $30.00
The Candleholder is copied after one now in the Museum of London. The original was probably 14th century. These are supplied with a candle for immediate use.
*Notice*: Like the original, these candle holders have a small hole in the bottom of the socket into which the candle fits. This is probably a design feature in the original - it permits you to easily shove the burned-down stub of the candle up out of the socket. It also, as our testing has demonstrated, permits the last little bit of wick to fall, together with a puddle of wax to fuel it, onto the table surface, where it burns merrily. Please, supply some nonflammable barrier, like a bit of aluminum foil, or a 14th century penny (the solution of one happy customer with numismatic interests).
The Needlecase in the shape of a tower is slightly adapted from a 15th C. needle case from the Netherlands (Schatten) and similar to an English example (MoL, Pilgrim Souvenirs, fig. 7). It has the names of the Three Kings of Cologne and an invocation to the Blessed Virgin on the lower part. The upper and lower parts are strung together on cords, much as contemporary leather etuis are made. This item is tremendously popular with seamstresses and broidresses. It is a guaranteed winner as a gift for your favorite medieval needle jockey.
height 2 3/4" or 72mm
width 3 1/8" or 80mm
# Pognon: Boccaccio's Decameron:15th-Century Manuscript
Out of Stock Indefinitely. The Trenchers are based on illustrations in late 14th and 15th century manuscripts - and on surviving trenchers dated to the 15th and 16th centuries.
Out of Stock Indefinitely. The Beaker is designed to resemble beakers in the 1430-1440's Bocaccio Decameron (Bibliotheque Nationale 5070 - see a detail). It holds approximately 8 ounces/a quarter liter. It is worked up out of lead-free pewter sheet and has a brushed finish.
Out of Stock Indefinitely. Our Field Flask is based on both extant examples and iconographic evidence and is of a form typical of flasks (costrels) of the late 14th through the 15th centuries. It is made of lead-free pewter sheet and cast components, and has a hemp carrying cord and a wood and cork stopper. It holds about 15 ounces / .44 liters of your favorite beverage. This year's hot item.