A project for Pennsic was commissioned by their Majesties to present to their Heroic Champions. Brass bracelets and etched copper plaques with pewter pins.
Roman triumphal denarius to commemorate the elevation of Master Tiberivs Ivlivs Rvfvs Primvs as a member of the Order of the Laurel
July 2017 While these coins of silver were historically struck using dies of bronze or iron, there is evidence that the dies themselves were cast rather than carved to provide a more consistent and uniform coin. There have also been discovered clay molds of coins and theories that these molds could have been used for... Continue Reading →
Baronial coronet for Eirikr Oxnahals
This was my first coronet, and I learned much during the creation process. I was proud of the finished result, but it pales in comparison to the pride I feel for my brother in Thunder being recognized by their Majesties.Etched brass plates on a hand dyed leather band with wool lining. Points of faceted red... Continue Reading →
Commemorative Coins of the Coronation of Ioannes and Honig
I was also honored by the opportunity to create a special token of friendship for their highnesses of The Middle Kingdom.I created matching coins as a gift for the visiting Royals and a set for Ioannes and Honig as a symbol of their friendships. Each coin had the populace badges of the East Kingdom on... Continue Reading →
Tokens for Her Majesty, Honig
The companion work for her majesty Honig was also graced by the talented hand of Christiana Crane as she helped again with the lettering and presented to their Majesty upon their coronation.Etched in brass, cast in pewter, antique patina.
Tokens for Her Highness, Honig
Pewter cast tokens for use as Her time as Princess of the East.
Gretehed Holde Household pins
For members of "Camp Smüg" a pin was commissioned of their household badge, Sable, a pomegranate slipped and leaved argent and seeded gules and an orle argent. Art was drawn by Honig von Sommerfeldt onto the copper as a resit for the etching done using ferric chloride acid. A silicone mold was then made from... Continue Reading →