Night On The Line A&S Entries

The Barony of Lochmere invites you to witness, enjoy, and celebrate the artistry shown below! There are two Competition entries! All entries after are for the A&S Display.

If you wish to review the competition details, check out the competition announcement.


A&S Competition Entries

Competition Entry #1: The physician is In – Chaucer’s Physician Attire
Entrant Name: Andrew mac Talorcain

Entry Description: This is a set attire of 14th century Men’s gown and hood meeting the description of the Physician in the Canterbury Tales by Chaucer. This project all in all took 1.5-2 months to complete without occasional pauses in construction.

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Competition Entry #2: Byzantine Collar
Entrant Name: THL Sindara Lind Rachael Fessel of the Falconshield

Entry Description: This is a collar of the style found in 6th-7th century in the Byzantine Empire. The inspiration for this necklace is a 6th-7th century collar necklace found at the Altes Museum in Berlin, Germany.

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A&S Display Entries

Display Entry #1: SCA heraldic appliqué banner, double-sided
Entrant Name: Duchess Signy Heri

Entry Description: This banner was made display SCA heraldry. It is made of 10-oz cotton duckcloth, with machine satin-stitching. They are double sided – essentially, two separate banners sewn back-to-back. While SCA heraldry is absolutely not medieval, it is “medieval-ish”. I’m motivated to make these banners to add to a “medieval look” for our field events and Royal courts, and to allow individuals to proudly display their SCA arms. Almost all of my 80+ banners have been given to other SCAdians as gifts. The banners are double-sided because I dislike looking at the blank back side of banners, either in processions or on the field! It is a personal quirk.


Display Entry #2: O Vos Omnes
Entrant Name: Mistress Arianna Morgan, OP

Entry Description: Collaborative Music. Performance of Tomas Luis de Victoria’s O Vos Omnes by Laydes Fayre.

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Display Entry #3: Order of the Pearl Skjoldehamn Style Hood
Entrant Name: Lady Caitilín inghean Uí Ruaidhrí

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Entry Description: This is a modified version of the late 11th century Skjoldehamn find hood. It was made as a gift for Lord Edgar Refskegg when he was inducted into the Order of the Pearl.

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Display Entry #4: Cholmondeley Flower Necklace
Entrant Name: THL Sindara Lind Rachael Fessel of the Falconshield

Entry Description: This necklace is my interpretation of the necklace worn by one of the twin sisters in the Cholmondeley portrait on the Illusion Jewels Renaissance Portrait Gallery.

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Display Entry #5: The Garland
Entrant Name: THL Sindara Lind Rachael Fessel of the Falconshield

Entry Description: This garland was initially made as an accessory for a stage costume. I later decided to find out if this type of beadwork was made and out period and found several examples of both the garland and the actual technique I used.

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Display Entry #6: Self portrait in bead
Entrant Name: THL Sindara Lind Rachael Fessel of the Falconshield

Entry Description: This is a self-portrait done in raised work and bead embroidery. I plan to sew it onto the front cover of the beadwork documentation book I am in the process of completing.

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