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Ring Brooch with Stones. The sweetest thing you've ever seen! Besides being
authentic and beautiful, this is another good choice for a gift to a non-re-enacting
friend or family member; I am currently collecting compliments from utter strangers
by wearing it to hold my scarf closed on my way to work.
Ring Brooch with Stones $7.00
HP2, no. 2145
Ring Brooch with 12 Stones.
Really pretty! The twelve stones are cast right into the pewter as it is poured
into the mold. This is a small ring brooch (just over an inch/just under three
centimeters) , suitable for wearing in a light linen chemise. Available in the
BR-55 Ring Brooch with 12 Stones $8.00
Ring Brooch is copied from a 14th- century Netherlandish example.
BR-53 Bird Ring Brooch $5.00
HP2, no. 2174
Laurel Wreath Ring Brooch. The Laurel Wreath Ring Brooch interprets an SCA
order badge into the form of a ring brooch, an extremely popular piece of jewelry
in the Middle Ages. We sell this painted with a yellow stone in the pin, or unpainted
with red, yellow, or olivene stone. Please specify which you prefer.
BR-51 Laurel Wreath Brooch $8.00 plain; $10.00 painted
Brooch. This is copied from a brooch in our collection; the original was found
in the Netherlands.
BR-48 Openwork Ring Brooch $5.00
Ring Brooch. The original of this popular and attractive ring brooch is at
Cluny; it was in collection of the antiquarian Victor Gay.
Quadrilobed Ring Brooch $5.00
Cluny, no. 592
The Animal Ring Brooch is copied from a partial example in the Museum of London,
improved with information from a complete brooch in Bergen, Norway, dated to 1332
or just before.
BR-40 Animal Ring Brooch $5.00
DA, no. 1352
Round Ring Brooch
The Round Ring Brooch is copied from an original in our collection. See HP1, no.
873b for a similar, but larger brooch, dated 1375-1425. The paint jobs on the
painted ones vary - let us know if you have a preferred color scheme.
BR-42 Round Ring Brooch $5.00 plain; $6.00 painted
The Fede Brooch (Ring Brooch with Clasped Hands) is an adaptation into pewter
of silver and gold brooches shown in Lightbown. The inscription reads in medieval
French, "ie sui ci en liu dami" - I am here in place of a friend. This
brooch is among those which we have painted; many original pewter brooches were
painted to make them look more like the precious metal examples. We use a modern
faux enamel; the paint on the originals has not been identified, but it may have
BR-9 Fede Brooch $6.00
1-3/8" or 37mm