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Viking Lunchbox (a.k.a. Eilis' Casket)4 viewsA variation on a bentwood box, c. 10th century Sweden. The band is ash, while everything else is white oak.

This was a gift to Her Grace, Eilis O'Bourne. Given at March Crown, AS 50.
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The Viking Lunchbox (a.k.a. Eilis' Casket4 viewsA variation on 10th century bentwood boxes. The band is ash, with everything else done in white oak. Took 3rd place in Wreath of Athena, then presented to Her Grace, Eilis O'Bourne, March Crown, AS 50.hrafna
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Eilis and Her Casket6 viewsA happy Eilis O'Bourne holding her new caskethrafna
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Kumihimo Braid4 viewshrafna
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Mary Rose Leather Bottle5 viewsHalf-scale bottle based off of the one found on the Mary Rose. This picture was taken during the hardening process which entailed painting the leather with beeswax, then putting in an oven at 135 F.

More on the creation can be found here:
http://seidthr.blogspot.com/2015/08/a-mary-rose-bottle.html
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Kvass4 viewsFermented rye bread drink. Very popular in Russia.hrafna
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Hnefatafl Set4 viewsOtherwise known as Viking Chess. The board is pine. The lines inscribed with pen. The pieces are from a chalk-like substance.hrafna
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Plague Doctor's Mask4 viewsMask made with chrome processed leather, and plastic lenses. (First A&S competition, 8 months after joining the SCA.)hrafna
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Viking Boots Attemp3 viewsFirst attempt at shoe making, a 10th century York boot.hrafna
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Garum3 viewsFermented fish sauce from the Roman era. 2lbs of mackerel was chopped up and combined with salt. It was left under a heat lamp for 70 days.hrafna
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Girdle Purses3 viewsc. 15th century, 4oz cow hide, commercially dyed, sewn with waxed linen.hrafna
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Roman Fibulae4 viewsFirst attempts at making Roman safety pinshrafna
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