Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Welcome to Medieval Manor

Jeff has been working on an order of Medieval Raeren stoneware. Many years ago he created a body of work for The Company of the Wolfe Argent. Since then he has made many pieces for members of The Society for Creative Anachronism.



If you click on the photo below, it takes you to Jeff''s "Medieval" page on his website...

The steins are also great props for Halloween costumes...

arrrrghhh.... it's Captain Jeff!


The goblet isn't part of the "Medieval" line... but sure is fun to drink from!

7 comments:

  1. Those are great looking. I love the forms and the treatment at the foot. And the costumes are terrific.

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  2. Wow, what a great concept; I love your costumes which complement the works and forms. Will be checking out the links.

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  3. his pots and the (what appears to be) salt glaze are a perfect match! always fun to see the base of an item like that, simply thumbed down :)

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  4. Gary, they do appear to be salt glazed in the photo but it is actually ash glaze applied thin.

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  5. You guys will be vendors at the Renaissance festival if you aren't careful, haha! Medieval is the best:)

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  6. Tracey - I was thinking about that today! Jeff sells bisque fired goblets (a simpler design than the one I am using in the photo) to a potter who travels from one ren fair to another. She can't make goblets as fast or as well as Jeff, so she buys them, glazes them, and sells them at fairs. We sell hundred to her every year.

    I know nothing of ren fairs, but it seems these pieces appeal more to the people who do reenactments as opposed to the casual "fantasy" fairgoer.

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  7. Love this stuff. It seems very appropriate for out Middle Earth and Westeros mood.

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