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Hi everyone I started doing LARP (live action role play) 10 years ago, and then I started viking reenactment. I made 2 leather scale armors, the first one is for LARP : http://www.radioactive-lizard.com/images/Photos/cladh/arcuir.jpg (the green tunic was made by my GF) Ans this is my viking reenactment lamellar armor, the leather is really thick, I had to use an electric saw to cut it, but it's tough and really protective in combat.
The Woman Dressed in Blue: a Textile Find from the 10th c. Icelandic grave and its reconstruction. By Marianne, Guckelsberger and Marled Mader.
Based on The Lady in Blue-Bláklædda Konan, National Museum of Iceland Project The Lady in Blue-Bláklædda Konan: the textiles. National Museum of Iceland. The reconstruction The woolen textile fragments inspired me and my friend Marled to make a hypothetical reconstruction of the landnáma woman’s dress, based on information from the National Museum in Reykjavík exhibit in…
Handmade, hand tooled, leather Hedeby bag featuring twin Norse dragons on the leather and pine wood boards. Fully lined with gray wool fleece. This is a large bag, a full 12” tall by 9” wide and 4” inside when fully open. Dark brown stain with natural sinew thread and sealed gloss pine wood t