Sometimes your medieval costume has a two-color design and you want your accessories to match. Add our Two Color Cotton Drawstring Pouch to an outfit. This cotton pouch is great for historical reenactments, cosplay, and LARP events.
For those who do not want to use leather in their costume or who want to have a unique look, our Wool Drawstring Pouch looks great with many outfits. This woolen pouch is great for historical reenactments, cosplay, and LARP events.
When attending a Renaissance faire or other historical event, you need a place to keep your medieval items. Use our Large Drawstring Medieval Pouch. This leather bag is great for historical reenactments, cosplay, and LARP events.
Whether you need a medieval coin purse or a fantastic leather dice bag for tabletop gaming, our Small Laced Leather Pouch makes a wonderful choice. This leather bag is also great for historical reenactments, cosplay, and LARP events.
Medieval merchants across Europe need to keep various coins and currency with them. Use our Medium Laced Leather Pouch to hold your monetary treasure. This leather bag is great for historical reenactments, cosplay, and LARP events.
A Viking ought to have a drinking vessel at hand when on a journey. Carry with you the Bodil Drinking Horn with Holder when completing a grand quest. This horn looks great as part of a historical reenactment, LARP event, or cosplay.
For the Viking on a raiding journey or the Norse noble wishing to travel light, drinkware like this Estrid Drinking Horn with Leather Stand is great. This horn with a leather rack is great for historical reenactments and LARP events.
For Vikings familiar with the workings of the forge, our Inge Drinking Horn with Holder celebrates the fire used by Norse blacksmiths and warriors. This horn looks great on display in your home as well as a part of a LARP event.
Viking peasants and simple Norse soldiers may enjoy more rustic drinkware. They like to drink out of horns like the Thyra Drinking Horn with Holder. This horn looks great as part of a historical reenactment, LARP event, or cosplay.
Gemstones have various mystical and protective powers. Use them to guard your drink from your enemies with the Sten Viking Drinking Horn with Holder. This horn looks great as part of a historical reenactment, LARP event, or feast.
Many costumes could use a bit of Viking flair. Regardless of your fantasy character, drink a toast with our Skarde Norse Drinking Horn with Holder. This horn looks great as part of a reenactment, LARP event, or Viking banquet.
Hrafn is the Norse word for raven. Ravens played a large part in Norse myth as the messengers of Odin, like the ones on the Hrafn Raven Drinking Horn. This horn looks great as part of a reenactment, LARP event, or Viking banquet.
A medieval Norse warrior or a Scandinavian mountaineer drinks to their health and safety with the Torsten Drinking Horn while sitting out in the wild. This horn looks great as part of a reenactment, LARP event, or Viking banquet.
As you tell the twists and turns within the stories of Norse legends and lore, you drink to the mighty gods of Asgard with your Vinda Drinking Horn. The horn looks great as part of a reenactment, LARP event, or Viking banquet.
Sleipnir was the powerful steed ridden by the Norse god Odin. You can drink to this mighty animal of Viking lore with our Sleipnir Drinking Horn. It looks great as part of a historical reenactment, LARP event, or Viking banquet.
You raise your drinking horn in a toast to Odin and all the gods of Asgard. Then you take a drink in celebration out of the Ingvar Drinking Horn. This horn looks great on display in your home or as part of a historical reenactment.
When providing the refreshments at a Viking feast, the pitcher should match the drinking horns. Use our Large Gustav Horn Tankard at your banquet. It also looks great as a home decor piece and as a historical reenactment accessory.
You are feasting at a Viking banquet and grab your favorite drinking horn out of our Three Drinking Horn Stand to make a toast to Odin and Valhalla. This horn stand works great as a home decor piece and as a reenactment accessory.
You need a horn stand that is equal to your magnificent Viking or medieval drinking horn. You should look at our Twisted Iron Drinking Horn Stand. It is wonderful for a variety of settings such as reenactments or your home office.
Sometimes curves and swirls match a decor or banquet setting better than angles do. Match your home decor with our Iron Drinking Horn Display Stand. It is great for a variety of settings such as reenactments or your home office.
Swirls and curves can add an elegant element to any collection, display, or home decor. The Swirl Drinking Horn Stand is no exception to this rule. It works great as a home decor piece as well as a historical reenactment accessory.
No matter the character, many different medieval and fantasy characters need some great essentials. Add this brown with black Basic Medieval Tunic. It is fantastic for historical reenactments, Renaissance faires, and LARP events.
When you are not sitting in a medieval or fantasy tavern, you need a place to keep your tankard. Carry it with you this black Leather Tankard Strap. This tankard accessory is ideal for many different LARP and cosplay ensembles.
Perhaps you desire an elegant way to display your favorite drinking horn. Nicely display your horn with our Premium Twisted Iron Drinking Horn Stand. It looks equally wonderful in your home as it does at a historical reenactment.
Sometimes you wish to display more than one drinking horn in your home or at a medieval banquet. Show off with our Five Drinking Horn Display Stand. It is great for a variety of settings such as reenactments or your home office.
Elven rangers, barbarian warriors, and medieval maidens can all use a great belt. Add this black Laced Leather Wide Belt to your medieval ensemble. This belt is perfect for reenactments, LARP events, cosplay conventions, and more.
Barbarians of all sorts love to have feasts. If you live for medieval banquets and Viking feasts, then toast your guests with the Large Horn Tankard. This tankard looks great at reenactments, LARP events, or on a shelf in your home.
When training for a LARP battle royale, you may not want to wear heavy chainmail. Wear this Aluminum and Rubber Half Sleeve Chainmail Hauberk instead. This lightweight chainmail shirt makes putting on a medieval outfit so much easier.
Whether you are a barbarian or medieval warrior, make sure you accessorize properly. Customize your outfit with this brown Laced Leather Wide Belt. This belt is perfect for reenactments, LARP events, cosplay conventions, and more.
Knights across the centuries knew the necessity of wearing armour, especially when protecting the legs. Wear this Classic Knight 3/4 Steel Leg Armour. It is ideal for historical reenactments, cosplay events, and stage fighting.
Whether you are a knight, adventurer, or other character, the Brass Stud Medieval Cross Belt in Black makes a fantastic accessory for your costume. Add a unique detail to LARP, faire, or reenactment outfits with this studded belt.
When perusing a magical market, it is very wise to keep your coins close to you. Foil fantasy thieves with this wonderful black Small Merchant Pouch. Wear this practical accessory to a reenactment, convention, or Renaissance faire.
Traders and merchants from medieval realms need to keep their coins and small treasures at their sides. Carry the brown Traders Leather Bag with you. Wear this practical accessory to the market, convention, or Renaissance faire.
Viking warlords and medieval nobles ate on more than just pottery and wooden plates. They could eat on items like this Medieval Horn Feasting Plate. This plate looks fantastic on a table at any faire or historical reenactment.
What medieval feast or Renaissance banquet would be complete without cutlery and dinnerware? Eat your Viking meal on the Medieval Horn Feasting Bowl. Use it at a Renaissance faire, reenactment, or even display it in your home.
Sometimes a cup is more desirable than a tankard. If you wish to drink to Asgard and Valhalla with a cup, use our Medium Horn Tumbler for your feast. It is great for medieval or modern dining as well as a wonderful home decor piece.
Drinking horns and tankards are not the only way to enjoy medieval flair in your drinkware. Enjoy your favorite beverage with our Small Horn Tumbler. This small tumbler looks great on any historical or modern table, bar, or display.
Horn is not only for making tankards and some cutlery. Bowls also look wonderful made from this beautiful material like our Large Horn Feasting Bowl. This bowl is great for historical reenactments, display, or medieval feasting.
There are many ways to restrain a medieval or Renaissance prisoner in your dungeon. One such way is to use bar cuffs like our Bar Handcuffs with Lock. These bar cuffs are wonderful for theater productions, display, and collecting.
Pirate captains, fantasy thieves, and medieval rogues may carry push key sets like our Antiqued Key Set when conducting a silent raid or daring heist. This key set is wonderful for historical reenacting, roleplaying, and collecting.
Historical dungeon or prison scenes require realistic locks and handcuffs. Use our Medieval Handcuffs for your next theatrical production or play. These cuffs also make a fantastic reenactment prop, collectible, or display item.
Leg cuffs, aka fetters, are a common site in dungeons or old wild west prisons. Our Dungeon Leg Cuffs look great in many dungeon or prison displays. These shackles make a fantastic reenactment prop, collectible, or display item.
A medieval dungeon or prison just does not look right without some padlocks and keys. Add this Medium Medieval Lock to your array of dungeon wares. This padlock makes a fantastic reenactment prop, collectible, or display item.
Whether you are securing treasure in a pirates chest or locking up a dungeon cell, a good lock is necessary. Use our Antique Silver Medieval Padlock. This padlock makes a fantastic reenactment prop, collectible, or display item.
A good dungeon master must have even greater locks to secure their prisoners. This Small Medieval Lock is perfect for that medieval warden and guard. This padlock makes a fantastic reenactment prop, collectible, or display item.
People used buckles to fasten their clothes for centuries. Historical cosplaying or reenacting requires buckles like our Simple Brass Strap Buckle. This brass fastener is an ideal accent for a cosplay, LARP, or reenactment outfit.
Whether a rich medieval merchant or an elven ranger, buckles are a great and often needed clothing accent. Add our Brass Strap Buckle to your outfit. This buckle works great for a historical reenactment costume or LARP ensemble.
You can find scalloped edges in artwork across the world and throughout history. Add that timelessness to your outfit with our Scalloped Belt Buckle. It makes a perfect accent for a reenactment costume or fantasy LARP ensemble.
When you have a strap on your medieval armour or Civil War costume, you may need a buckle to match the ensemble. Use this Simple Brass Belt Buckle. This brass fastener is an ideal accent for a cosplay, LARP, or reenactment outfit.
There are a wide variety of medieval costumes and fantasy ensembles. Our Medieval Strap Buckle with Belt Keeper matches many of those eras and genres. This brass fastener is an ideal accent for a cosplay, LARP, or reenactment outfit.
Many medieval soldiers would be incomplete without a sword by their side. Create your own scabbard for your sword with our medium Brass Scabbard Tip. This brass tip is wonderful for many different medieval and fantasy costumes.
For those interested in creating their own medieval outfits, even the tiniest of details are important. Consider using this small Brass Scabbard Tip on your swords scabbard. It is perfect for a variety of costumes from various eras.
Sometimes a dungeon master or keeper of the treasury requires double the security. Locks such as this Large Medieval Padlock with Keys are used often. This padlock makes a fantastic conversation starter, collectible, or display item.
Knights fighting on Crusade need a cloak to show off their mission when traveling to defeat the enemy. Add this Crusader Knightly Cape to your outfit. This cape is wonderful for reenactments, LARP events, and cosplay conventions.
This Embossed Dual Dragon Journal is a leather-bound book. It works wonderfully for a variety of uses, whether magical or historically inspired ones. This diary is perfect for Renaissance faires, fantasy conventions, and roleplaying.
The eye of a dragon is a mighty and extremely powerful magical artifact. Use it to ward off intruders and spies with our Latched Dragon Eye Journal. This diary is perfect for Renaissance faires, fantasy conventions, and roleplaying.
Often rogues gain many enemies, especially among the authorities. Having a journal like this Latched Rogue Leather Journal helps to record your foes. This diary is perfect for Renaissance faires, fantasy conventions, and roleplaying.
Diaries and journals require great protection from prying eyes. Write in our Dragon Pentagram Journal and use the dragon and pentagram to protect it. This journal is great for fantasy events and conventions as well as cosplay.
Knights and adventurers, beware. Do not underestimate the power of the griffon, even in images like the one depicted on this Leather Griffon Journal. This diary is perfect for Renaissance faires, fantasy conventions, and roleplaying.
For those who work in the shadowy ways of alchemy or the occult, a grimoire is a needed item. Our Embossed Flower of Life Journal is a great option. This leather journal is also perfect for sketching, writing, and other activities.
No traveler should try to navigate their way without a map or at least a good compass. On any adventure, carry this Adventurers Compass with Pouch. This functional compass is great for explorers, reenactors, and nautical enthusiasts.
Magical merchants and worldly traders need a proper bag to hold their coins and other small items. Wear this brown Small Merchant Pouch to market or on a quest at a LARP event. It is great for Renaissance faires or conventions.
A dungeon master needs to be sure that their prisoners are not able to escape their lair. Keep them safe and secure with our Medieval Lock with Keys. This padlock makes a fantastic conversation starter, collectible, or display item.
A medieval look truly needs the proper accessories, including a great belt. Warriors and barbarians look great with our Ring Belt with Celtic Design. This belt is ideal for historical reenactments, LARP events, and cosplaying.
Many medieval belts have small decorations along their length. Other works of leather also feature ornaments like this Brass Viking Belt Adornment. It is fantastic for DIY projects, especially ones for reenactments and roleplaying.
Leather straps look even better with some customization. For example, Vikings can add some true Norse style with this Brass Viking Belt Decoration. This item is fantastic for DIY projects, especially ones for reenactments and cosplay.
You can decorate a belt with more than just a belt buckle. Add other unique pieces like our Brass Viking Belt Tip to the tail end of a belt as well. This item is great for DIY projects, especially for reenactments and cosplay.
Sometimes wearing a full outfit of Viking clothing is not enough. You wish to customize your accessories with items like our Brass Viking Belt Buckle. Add it to a leather belt for a unique look at a LARP event or reenactment.
A fantasy trader or medieval soldier that travels around must know how to cook. Our brass Medieval Cooking Pot is a perfect addition to your gear. It is perfect for historical reenactments as well as medieval or modern camping.
Whether a Roman on military campaign or a medieval traveler, you will need a pot to cook on the go. Carry this stainless steel Medieval Cooking Pot. It is perfect for historical reenactments as well as medieval or modern camping.
Spears have more than just a projectile point on the top. Often, it has an end cap on the bottom like our Blunt Butt Cap to protect it from wear. Add this spear butt cap to a banner pole or your polearm as part of a DIY project.
A knight must always consider vulnerable points in their armour and cover them. They can use our Steel Besagews to cover their armpits from attack. These circular defenses are great for reenactments, roleplaying, and conventions.
Any medieval camp or traveler can always use more bags and sacks to hold things. Carry your important gear and goods with this ecru Large Canvas Bag. Use this streamlined sack at a Renaissance faire, reenactment, or LARP event.
When attending a Renaissance faire or medieval event, hiding your modern items, including water bottles is a must. Use our Ecru Canvas Bottle Bag. This canvas bag is also great for reenactments, LARP events, and cosplay conventions.
Beer and ale were the drinks of choice during the middle ages. Cups made of horn like this Horn Beer Mug commonly held such widely drunken beverages. This mug is ideal for reenactments, LARP events, home decor, and collections.
Ancient Egyptians, Romans, and others throughout history burned incense for many reasons. Our Brass Medieval Incense Bowl shares that timelessness. It makes a beautiful decor item or display piece and is great for many other uses.
Pans in the medieval world did a variety of jobs besides cooking. People used skillets that looked like this Large Cooking Pan with Folding Handle. This cooking pan is great for historical reenactments, roleplaying, and camping.
Trekking across a mythical mountain or camping medieval style requires a lot of gear. Carry your important gear in this Large Canvas Bag in black. The bag is ideal for historical reenactments, fantasy conventions, and LARP events.
When wearing steel or leather armour, you should consider having padding underneath, even on the legs. These ecru Medieval Padded Greaves are ideal for a variety of costumes. Wear them to a LARP event, convention, or reenactment.
Various warriors across time and legend enjoy a connection to their weapons. Create your own spear or add to your collection with this Spear Head. This projectile point is perfect for display, DIY projects, and even reenactments.
Carrying your favorite modern beverage discretely is difficult in a medieval setting. Hold your water or soda bottle in this black Canvas Bottle Bag. This bag works great for Renaissance faires, reenactments, LARP events, and more.
Romans ate a variety of foods with nearly as much cutlery, such as the cochlearium spoon. This Roman Brass Spoon resembles that historical utensil. This spoon is wonderful for reenactments, Renaissance faires, and roleplaying.
The Birka Historical Thread Winder resembles the historical version of the modern thread winder cards that embroidery thread is commonly stored on. This thread winder makes a great collectible, display piece, or reenactment item.
The craft of weaving plays a large part in history and mythology. Practitioners of this craft used many tools such as this Black Horn Historical Weaving Card. This card makes a great collectible, display piece, or reenactment item.
Someone cosplaying or reenacting the role of a medieval weaver will need some unique accessories such as this White Horn Historical Weaving Card. This card makes a great collectible or reenactment item and is fully functional.
Great leather cord is important to have on hand, especially when customizing your armour. This Brown Leather Lace coming in 25 to 30 inches is ideal. It works great for DIY projects for reenactments, faires, or fantasy events.
Medieval warriors know to protect themselves when on the battlefield. Wear this Round Ring Round Riveted Chainmail Hauberk with 6-millimeter rings. This chainmail shirt is great for historical reenactments, faires, and LARP battles.
Even bandits and mercenaries could use a bit more padding when preparing for a fight. Add the Black Medieval Padded Mantle to your medieval costume. It is great for wearing with armour or on its own at a LARP event or reenactment.
Squires and medieval warriors need to dress the part, even when not wearing armor. Add this Green Knightly Wool Tabard to your next fantasy costume. Wear this tabard to a Renaissance faire, fantasy convention, cosplay, or LARP event.
Pirates on the high seas wore shirts in many different styles. This Collared Pirate Shirt in ecru looks right at home in any sea captains quarters. Wear this fantastic shirt to a fantasy event, LARP battle, or Renaissance faire.
Any proper warrior on the battlefield knows that protecting their knees is very important. Wear armour like this great set of Classic Steel Knees. They are wonderful for historical reenactments, cosplay, and fantasy conventions.
Commanders of great armies remember to protect their bodies from enemy blows in battle. They wear armour like this set of Classic Steel Arm Bracers. Add these steel bracers to a historical reenactment outfit or a cosplay costume.
Commanders of great armies do not march into battle unprotected. They ensure that they are covered by armour pieces like our Classic Steel Pauldrons. They are wonderful for historical reenactments, cosplay, and fantasy conventions.
A knight in training or sneaky rogue can always use arming wear like this Black Brass Buckle Padded Collar. It looks great in many medieval costumes. Wear it as part of an ensemble for a reenactment, LARP event, or convention.
If on an adventure, you want to keep your equipment sorted into separate compartments, take a moment and look at the black Leather Pouch with Pockets. This pouch is fantastic for Renaissance faires as well as LARP and fantasy events.
For the Renaissance noble or medieval merchant, a good pouch is absolutely essential. Carry your treasures in the Buckled Travelers Pouch in black. For LARP events or faires this belt bag is perfect for keeping your gear secure.
Axes are a terrifying weapon on the battlefield, especially when used by an experienced warrior. Wield this Medieval War Axe against your enemies. This single headed axe makes a great display piece, collectible, or cosplay accessory.
For thousands of years, people used hand spindles to create strands of yarn. This Reenactment Spindle looks right at home in many historical eras. This drop spindle is wonderful for historical reenactments, display, or prop use.
For those traveling across dangerous mountains or unexplored places, recording your adventures is important. Write in this Medieval Rustic Journal. This journal is great for a variety of uses, such as sketching, writing, and more.
The myth of Medusa was well known to the soldiers of Ancient Greece. Bring her terrifying power to your ensemble with this Brass Medusa Adornment. It is great for decorating pieces of armour for LARP events, cosplay, and reenactments.
Making a truly great piece of armor or medieval ensemble requires fantastic hardware. Add this amazing Brass Belt Buckle to your next DIY project. Wear it as a part of your everyday wear or as part of a fantasy or historical costume.
Even the ancient Romans played games with dice. Add some entertainment to your historical reenactment with this Small Roman Gaming Dice - Set of Two. These dice make a great outfit accessory and are also great for use in table games.
People wore pins in their hair for many centuries. A Viking maiden adds a finishing touch to an outfit with a hair pin like this Freya Bone Hair Pin. It is fantastic for historical reenactments as well as LARP and cosplay events.
People have used dice since before recorded history. A Roman, Viking, or even airship captain could use this set of two bone dice in their costume. These dice make a fantastic outfit accessory and are great for use in table games.
When fighting, cover every part of you with armour. Protect your sides from the enemy when you wear the Flat Ring Round Riveted Chainmail Voiders. For your next LARP battle, reenactment, or faire, this set is a fantastic choice.
Protect your legs when you head into battle or face the possibility of being defeated. Wear these great Flat Ring Round Riveted Chainmail Leggings. These leggings can be used for LARP battles, faires, and for light reenacting.
A brave warrior should not forget to protect the neck and sides of the face. Use the Flat Ring Round Riveted Chainmail Aventail With Dagged Edges. Add it to your knight, rogue, or Viking costume for reenactments or LARP events.
The Romans had a very reusable way of writing notes down, especially while on campaign. They had items like this Roman Wax Tablet with Bone Stylus. It is great not only for reenacting but also giving as a gift to a fan of history.
Viking warriors require hardware to hold their cloaks in place. Wear this Double Rolled Fibula Brooch with your Viking costume or medieval outfit. This fibula brooch is perfect for cosplay conventions, LARP events, and reenactments.
Vikings traveling through cold climates need to ensure that their cloaks are secured. They would use a pin like this Ninth Century Penannular Brooch. This brooch is perfect for cosplay conventions, LARP events, and reenactments.
Romans liked to be efficient in all areas and that included camp cooking. Rather than cook in a fire pit, they cooked on fire boxes like this Brazier. This little fire pit is great for outdoor camping, cooking, and reenacting.
A Union soldier carried a lot of gear during the war between the blue and the grey. This Blue Civil War Canteen looks just right on a Union soldier. It is great for cosplay, LARPing, and historical reenactments from other eras.
What Confederate soldier looks complete without all the proper gear and accessories? Add this Grey Civil War Canteen to your reenactment ensemble. This canteen is also fantastic for cosplay, LARPing, and reenactments from other eras.
Historically, people used horsehair for the plumes and crests of helmets. Use this Natural Horse Hair to create a historical helmet or other headgear. This horsehair is great for DIY projects for historical reenactments and cosplay.
For those people looking for an unusual or unique powder horn for their reenactment ensemble, the Vicksburg Powder Horn is a great option to look at. It is not only great for reenactments but also cosplay and roleplaying events.
For the traveler or camper in the dark, a wonderful way to keep the darkness at bay is with a good lantern such as the Reenactment Camping Lantern. This tin lantern is great for historical activities, cosplay, and modern camping.
For the Crusader, the merchant, or other medieval character, the 3 Inch Twisted Iron Square Buckle makes a fantastic accessory and statement piece. Add it to an outfit for a LARP event, cosplay convention, or historical reenactment.
Sometimes shiny brass belt buckles just do not match the aesthetic of an outfit. The 3 Inch Twisted Iron Round Buckle works great in those situations. Add it to an outfit for a LARP event, convention, or historical reenactment.
When serving a grand medieval feast or a Viking banquet, you may want utensils that match your drinking horn. Bring this Horn Feasting Spoon with you. This serving spoon is great for not only historical eating but also home decor.
Skillets are heavy and can take up a lot of space with your camping gear. The Steel Skillet with Folding Handle takes up less space when not in use. This frying pan is perfect for historical reenactments and medieval or modern camping.
Whether they fought with the blue or the grey, any gunman during the American Civil War carried around horns like the Boonville Powder Horn with them. This horn is perfect for historical reenactments, conventions, and cosplay.
For the young sorcerer, noble, or merchant, having a journal to record your experiences is very necessary. Write in the Leather Diary with Gemstone. This book is great as a sketch pad, travel journal, or for a variety of other uses.
Not all shield bosses were round; some were conical such as the Germanic Shield Boss. This shield boss looks wonderful on a variety of shield styles. This shield boss is great for prop use, cosplay, and historical reenactments.
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