Medium sized storage container decorated with typical 14th century English stamps. Container is based on actual 14th century finds from Sussex England.

Medium sized storage container decorated with typical 14th century English stamps. Container is based on actual 14th century finds from Sussex England.

Tall pitcher with thumbed design based on 14th century English design.

Tall pitcher with thumbed design based on 14th century English design.

Small drinking cup with angel stamp.

Small drinking cup with angel stamp.

Small yellow drinking cup - fox stamp

Small yellow drinking cup - fox stamp

Medium bowl - stamped with images of Forget-me-nots. Suitable for modern usage.

Medium bowl - stamped with images of Forget-me-nots. Suitable for modern usage.

Face Mugs

Face Mugs

Griffin Tiles. Brown clay with inlaid white. Tile mold hand carved during Camlann Living History days.

Griffin Tiles. Brown clay with inlaid white. Tile mold hand carved during Camlann Living History days.

Watering pot: immerse in water while holding thumb over hole on top. To release the water, slowly removed your thumb and the water will trickle out without drowning tender plants.

Watering pot: immerse in water while holding thumb over hole on top. To release the water, slowly removed your thumb and the water will trickle out without drowning tender plants.

Yellow storage jar with thumbed design and applied leaf stamps. Based on typical 14th storage jars found in Sussex England

Yellow storage jar with thumbed design and applied leaf stamps. Based on typical 14th storage jars found in Sussex England

Blue Ram Aquamanile. Based on a ram-shaped jug, or 'aquamanile', which was made in Scarborough in the early medieval times (around the 14th Century). An aquamanile is a kind of jug made in the shape of an animal or human figure. It usually contained water for people to wash their hands before religious ceremonies. Commissioned for a 50th birthday.  * If you are interested in commissioning an Aquamanile please contact me.

Blue Ram Aquamanile. Based on a ram-shaped jug, or 'aquamanile', which was made in Scarborough in the early medieval times (around the 14th Century). An aquamanile is a kind of jug made in the shape of an animal or human figure. It usually contained water for people to wash their hands before religious ceremonies. Commissioned for a 50th birthday. * If you are interested in commissioning an Aquamanile please contact me.

Mortar and pestle. Approximately 3” in diameter/tall. These work great! I have had one in my own kitchen for several years. Just right for small amounts of spices or dried herbs.

Mortar and pestle. Approximately 3” in diameter/tall. These work great! I have had one in my own kitchen for several years. Just right for small amounts of spices or dried herbs.