Catalog number: ARP01
Combat Gauntlets. One pair of high-quality gauntlets that are fully usable in battles. 1.0 mm thick steel., leather gloves are included in price. Hand made in the Czech Republic. Our Bestseller.
Catalog number: CDM04
Your Price: 25.00 €
Replica of an Iron Age find. Original is exhibited in a Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary. Height: 14 cm, diameter of a neck: 9 cm. Burnt in a field stove (firing: beech wood). There is no modern glass, but sintered natural salt. It has test certificate for using (drinking).
Catalog number: OSL06
Your Price: 150.00 €
Hand-forged early medieval spear (Vikings, Slavs). The price includes rivets and a butt.
Catalog number: FPR37
Your Price: 45.00 €
Size: 29 cm. 3,6 cm in a diameter.
Catalog number: ARP19
Your Price: 160.00 €
One of the basic parts of medieval armour:Gorget and Pauldrons.
Catalog number: BRS15
Your Price: 125.00 €
Fully usable gothic shield with leather belt and period buckle. Thickness of metal plate: 2 mm. Margins, horizontal and vertical axis are thickened by second layer of plate. Size cca 48 x 56 cm.
Catalog number: HOT19
Your Price: 1 050.00 €
Exclusive custom made helmet.
Catalog number: CDA71
Your Price: 110.00 €
ROUL, medieval dagger. Total lenght 50 cm, lenght of blade 34,5 cm, width of blade 3 cm, lenght of guard 14 cm.
Catalog number: SBO03
Your Price: 29.00 €
Hand hammered (cold way) shield boss. Material: iron. Size cca 19 cm in a diameter. Thickness: 2 mm.
Catalog number: WST06
Your Price: 39.00 €
The Lewis Chess Collection (Uig Chessmen) was discovered in 1831 in a sand bank at the Bay of Uig (west coast of the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland). They are now exhibited in the Royal Museum in Edinburgh and the British Museum in London.
It is believed that chess figures were made in Norway, possibly by craftsmen in Trondheim in the 12th century. Almost all of the pieces in this collection are carved from walrus ivory and whale teeth. These unique chess figures include: 8 kings, 8 queens, 15 knights, 12 rooks, 19 pawns and 16 bishops.
Our reproduction is hand carved from lime tree. Size: 7 x 15 cm.
Catalog number: CDA85
Your Price: 220.00 €
Basilard - replica of a dagger, Switzerland, 15th century. The total length: 53 cm, length of blade: 37 cm, width of the blade at the guard: 6 cm.
Catalog number: TGO10
Your Price: 15.00 €
Tree schnaps. Material: tin and glass. Size circa 11 cm.
Catalog number: LOP15
Your Price: 19.00 €
Notebook in leather case (handmade binding) with 50 pages (marble paper).
Catalog number: LBO08
Your Price: 69.00 €
The LEATHER BOTTLE. Volume cca 1.1 L. This product is made by the same technology as it always used to be in the past - inner surface is covered by wax. Because of European strict hygienic laws and rules we sell this item as a decoration.
Catalog number: ETC05
Your Price: 6.00 €
Material: Tin. Size circa 23 mm.
The rare Roman erotic tokens dating back to the 1st century, called Spintriae, were originally struck from an alloy of brass/bronze. One side of the token depicts the sexual act – always a man with a woman, while the other side bears a Roman numeral within a wreath. The numbers I to XVI are known, with numbers exceeding XIII being very rare. We do not know today why the tokens were made. Some experts claim that the main function was to gain admission to brothels and draw the service depicted on the token. It is thought that the depiction of the service was to overcome the language barrier between the peoples of the Roman Empire; for example, a Syrian sailor who just arrived in Rome without knowing a word in Latin would know exactly what to expect based on the illustration. Some theorise they were special gaming tokens similar to contemporary erotic cards or numerical tokens used in some board games. These erotic tokens had a parallel in the Roman tokens serving as admission tickets to the circus and the then meal vouchers. The latter mostly bore the portrait of the emperor on one side. Yet it was unthinkable to depict the emperor on a token with erotic motifs, and the reverse side of the Spintriae therefore bears a numerical designation, perhaps the value of the token. According to the currently prevailing opinion, they were indeed tokens for sexual services, which were distributed for free, although not as extensively as the tokens for bread and circuses.
Catalog number: OPE71
Your Price: 8.50 €
MEDIEVAL TEMPLE CROSS, pendant. This pendant made of alloy of tin, zinc and other metals, glass. Size 3.9 x 2.5 cm.
Catalog number: FGJ103
Your Price: 67.00 €
WILD BOAR TUSK - filigree jewel. Handcrafted in EU. Silver 925. Size is different, usually approx. 6.0 - 7.0 cm.
Catalog number: LBO09
Your Price: 59.00 €
The LEATHER BOTTLE. Volume cca 0.5 L. This product is made by the same technology as it always used to be in the past - inner surface is covered by wax. Because of European strict hygienic laws and rules we sell this item as a decoration.