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pomaranczbolu: “ One of 2 excellent pages with Gerry Embleton’s rendering of a Medieval archer’s gear. Taken from “English Longbowmen” in the Osprey series. ”
Archery Quiver ,Custom for Andy.
Archers Quiver with shoulder strap,bow straps and bottom using a tooled oak leaf design. The quiver is dyed using a "block dye " technique I use for the mottled camo effect it is 21 and 3/4 inches long and 5 1/2 inches wide with a 2 inch wide tear drop shaped bottom that has a double layer of leather. the center bow handle tie down has extra slots above and below the band ties just in case. The 1 inch wide shoulder strap is 37 inches long at its longest buckle hole and 33 inches at its…
Medieval Leather Braided Archery Quiver
Made to order so please expect variations. This is a traditional Medieval or Renaissance style side archery quiver. Made from sturdy 8oz leather for heirloom longevity. There are no artificial fibres or weak stitching as all seams are bound in tight and durable leather braid. The mystery braid belt loop and lower support cord allows for ideal positioning. Strap fittings are in antiqued brass. The two central O-rings are often used to lash on pouches, purses or knife sheaths. 22 inch in…
Deluxe Royal Leather Back Quiver
In the world of back quivers, the Deluxe Royal is fit for a king (or queen). These back quivers are handcrafted, one at a time from fine vegetable tanned leather. The special antique finishing process brings out the depth and beauty of the leather. A full 24" deep can easily hold 12-24 arrows, and features an arrow divider for separating arrows and quiver support. Includes a fully adjustable 3-point cross-buckle strap that is lined with sheep shearling for comfort. A 3-point attachment…
Medieval and Tudor Quivers
Hand made medieval tudor and stuart leatherwork. I make historically accurate Medieval, Tudor and Stuart leatherwork for re-enactment, museums, theatre and the heritage industry. All my work is made by hand using only the materials and techniques available to the craftsmen of the time. I only use leathers that were commonly available and dye and dress them myself using period recipes. Everything is hand sewn and all the designs are taken from surviving examples or from paintings and prints.