Reenacting and Living History Shop. Equipment for the Bronze Age Reenacting, the Iron Age (Celtic), the Viking Age, the Medieval period, Native Americans (North American Indians) or Renaissance Reenactors - leather products, hand-carved bone replicas (needles, pins, bone combs), forged ancient and medieval knives, ancient bronze talismans and Celtic statues, Native American Beadwork.
These goods are of such quality that they could have been made and used by our ancient ancestors.
Forged replicas, items cut out of a bone, bronze casted pieces, period table games - taffl and dice.
Leather, hides, furs and parchment.
The history of glass beads can be put into the region of ancient Egypt and the Middle East. In ancient Europe the beads were very popular among the Celts. In the Middle Ages, the main production of this fashion accessory has moved to Venice. The popularity of glass beads is also documented among the Vikings.
Drugstore - oils, waxes, dyes, finishes, glues.
Prehistoric Ages - figurines and animal statues.
Deer Antler Accessories - Slavic and Viking pendants, deer antler salt cases and bone needle cases, viking antler pendants, bone belt buckles.
Craftsman tools and acessories for re-enactors. Tools, needles, waxed thread.
Drums with Native American decorations; Indian war shirt.