Cailte Crobdurg MacScandal came to me for some assistance in making his vision for GNEW site tokens a reality. He wanted to create a coin based on the Maine Penny. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maine_penny Together we collaborated to create a pewter version specific for GNEW. In truth, he did the lion's share of the work; carving the master... 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 His Majesty, Ioannes
Pewter tokens for His Reign as King of the East Kingdom. Presented upon their coronation. Design by me. Originals were etched copper, that were molded and then cast in pewter. Words drawn by my apprentice sister, Christiana Crane.
Order of the Silver Tyger Medallion, Mk1
Medallions for their majesties to bestow upon the deserving. This was my first effort in making medallions for the crown to bestow upon individuals worthy of the new order. These medallions were made for no specific recipient, but for the deserving to be able to receive as a token upon the event of their inclusion... Continue Reading →
Tokens for His Highness, Ioannes
3D design and printed, cast into plaster and detail carved. Re-molded and cast in pewter. Antique patina.
Tokens for Her Highness, Honig
Pewter cast tokens for use as Her time as Princess of the East.
May 2015 To commemorate the event of the his admission to the Order of the Chivalry I created embellishing plaques for the knighting sword of Master Ioannes. Designed based from his arms of a three-headed hydra in the style of his household Serpentius. Initially designed digitally, 3D printed, molded, and modified to fit the gladius... Continue Reading →
Buttons, Buttons, Who’s got the buttons?
February 2015 For the coronation of Omega V and Etheldreda IV, I was asked to assist with the making of some custom buttons bearing the Serpentius crest for the dress of Etheldreda Yvelchylde. The original design was carved in clay by Honig von Sommerfeldt. This was my first button casting project, and had not yet... Continue Reading →
Badges of Rhydderich Hael
Dec 2014 Commission for the Baron and Baroness of Rhydderich Hael in the kingdom of Aethelmarc. Model composite of unknown origin, cast in pewter, painted by me, finished with epoxy coat to emulate enameling.
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 →