Merchant Information

If you wish to merchant at the 40 year celebration, please fill out the following form and email it to the Merchant Coordinator hobrien78[at]hotmail[dot]com

40th Yr Merchant Res Form

We are offering merchants the opportunity to advertise their wares at 40th Year. Following are the prices for ads in the site booklet. They will also be added to the website as well as printed and distributed to the attendants.

Ad Size

Full Page $40 (7″ x 4.25″)
Half Page $30 Vertical (7″ x 2″)
Half Page $30 Horizontal (3.5″ x 4.25″)
Quarter Page $20 Vertical (3.5″ x 2″)
Quarter Page $20 Horizontal (1.75″ x 4.25″)


Current Merchants

  1. Stormbringer’s Treasure – Jewelry boxes, mirror boxes, oak/ poplar large and small; lidded boxes turned in walnut, cherry, oak, pine, poplar; feast gear plates; end grain sutting blocks; jewelry of all kinds; scented castle soap, scented lotion bars, sugar scrub, body butter, flavored lip balms, coins, Viking caps, some garb and cloaks, canvas bags, deco fabric pouches, calligraphy boxes by special order only, spindle sticks by special order only. Custom orders are taken. Can be found on Facebook at Stormbringer’s Treasure
  2. Little Fox Glassworks – Customized hand etched wood and glass products
  3. Zen Warrior Armory– Fencing gear of all kinds, Rapiers, Masks, Helms, heavy fighting gear, some clothing & capes. Website:
  4. Munitions Grade Arms – Rattan, Fiberglass Spears, Thrusting tips, and Basic Armor.        Website:
  5. Goðan Daginn – We are an American company inspired by Medieval Iceland. Making axes, knives, rowing boxes, work hammers, and Wiking looms. Website:
  6. Tress and Comb – I provide Hair braiding services to SCA members at events, including period styles. Website:
  7. Kerstyn’s Zeramica – Pottery, handmade feast gear, plates, bowls, mugs, and many specialty items.
  8. Two Baronesses – Buttons, homemade soap, and winingas
  9. David the Scot –Books with research material for pre 1700 historical periods, feast ware, swords, knives, some garb, and eclectic items from across the Known World.
  10. Atelier – Archery quivers (in historically based medieval styles), Viking Style Wooden chests, Medieval Game Box Style: Presentation boxes, regalia boxes, treasure boxes, jewelry boxes; Knight’s chains, books, & misc. merchandise.
  11. Lost Viking Metalworks – Hand-forged iron steel goods, from tools like hooks, cooking utensils and feast ware to fun and ornamental pieces like horseshoe hearts, brooches, pendants and tavern puzzles. Website:
  12. Blue Lotus Mehndi -Amy Miller- Application of traditional and modern henna (mehndi) to create temporary body art using an all-natural paste in a tradition that has existed for thousands of years. Also, available using Jagua, a fruit product that produces blue designs. Also sells various handmade items such as jewelry that are decorated in classic henna motifs.                                        Website:
  13. Gryphon’s Moon –Silver & Bronze Jewelry, Trim, Cloaks, Leather Journals, T-shirts, and more.  Website:
  14. Fancy as Finn – Garb: embroidered tunics, pants, leg wraps, embroidered hoods, and feast gear.
  15. Wetterworks Leather – Handmade leather items including belts, belt bags, arrow quivers, accessories and cloaks.  Website:
  16. Francis Forgeries – Blades, jewelry, and iron work.
  17. Cynical Artists – Mostly hand-made apparel and accessories such as pendants, rings, and bags, as well as more ‘geeky’ wears like dice.  Website:
  18. North Star Armoury – Viking/ Anglo Saxon/ Medieval jewelry and other little metal bits (like fire strikers), books, and possible armor.
  19. The Viking Alchemist – Horn ware, drinking horns, tankards, and cups.
  20. Chain Reaction Jewelry and Archery – Hand-made chain maille, best in period archery gear, bows & arrows. Website:
  21. Tessa the Amnesiac Wandering Scavenger Merchant – I steal from the dead and pass the savings on to you. Miscellaneous items.
  22. Woodwind Silverstone – Unique items and jewelry handcrafted from fine silver, sterling silver and gemstones. Replica artifacts and garb accessories.  Specializing in granulation and fusing techniques as used by the ancient Etruscans, Romans, and Vikings and Greeks.  Handmade Native American style flutes also crafted and available.  Also found at:
  23. Blue Dragon Glass – Stained glass, carved and etched glass, kiln formed glass, and mosaics. Website:
  24. Aelfinheim Crafts – Custom and period leather goods- pouches, belts, archery equipment, etc. We also do chain mail and beaded jewelry.  Website:
  25. The House of the Red Lion – I make salves to soothe what ails you! Hand blended salves and infusions, essential oils blended into lotions, handmade soaps, various drink additives.       Website:
  26. Egill’s Woodstuffs – Weaving looms, fiber equipment, jewelry boxes and period looking furniture rated for SCAdians of substance.  Website:’s_Woodstuffs
  27. Tosten’s Pots – creates and sells period cookwares and housewares. Items including cooking pots, storage jars, crocks, colanders, mugs, bowls, plates, and more. Most items come with references to archeological finds.    Website:
  28. MacNare Costumes – 15th and 16th Century clothing, some ready to wear, also available for commissions. Hand applications of trim on existing garments.
  29. Aesc & Thorn Publishing – Fantasy Novels.        Website:
  30. Known World Enterprises – Offers various wares from feast gear, garb, jewelry, scarves, baskets, books, medieval accessories, etc.  Website:
  31. Calontir Trim – Trim, plus lamellar armor, metalwork, linen coifs, etc.    Website:
  32. The Silk Shop – Silk and linen fabrics by the yard. Website:
  33. The House of Oor-Tael – Handcrafted chainmaille jewelry and accessories.  Website:
  34. Darkwood Armory – Fencing equipment including rapiers, daggers, hoods, masks, blades pieces and parts; spring stainless armor and gauntlets.   Website:
  35. BronzeWolf Crafting – handmade candles, jewelry, and other trinket items.
  36. Nonna’s Mug’s & Tug’s – Ceramic creations and recreations, SCA relevant wares, lamps, cookware, feast sets, inking dishes, and more. All the look, none of the lead!
  37. Linsey – Woolsey – Accessories for re-enactors from the 9th – 16th centuries.
  38. Feed the Ravens – Hand sewn leather bags and belts based on finds from the Viking age. Handmade recreated historical cereamics and one of a kind beaded necklaces inspired by Viking, Slavic, and Baltic finds from the 9th – 11th centuries. Website:
  39. Linen Garb – Linen Dresses, Linen Pants, Linen Tunics, Linen Coats.  Website:
  40. Timeless Manufacturing – Hand crafted, medieval goods such as: knives, swords, axes, writing instruments, prints, art books, jewelry, etc.  Website:
  41. The Crafty Apothecary – Artisan Soaps (Soap, Bath Salts, Lotions, Lip Balms, etc.)
  42. Fire Horse Pottery – Pottery and feast gear.
  43. Auntie Arwen’s Spices – Spice and Spice blends, both mundane and medieval, Teas, Tisanes, botanicals and medicinal, and stuffed dragons.
  44. Green Mountain Leathercraft – Leather goods, beads, jewelry, socks, misc.