Peerage Regalia

Our  SCA Peerage regalia is worn across the known world.    Below is a list of the current regalia available at this time.  We have divided our Peerage Regalia into three categories; 

Something Special

Standard Peerage Badges

  Other Peerage Regalia  

Something Special     As with our fine jewelry we often make a piece to the cut of the gem, meaning there is either one or a very limited supply.  If the stock number starts with a SP there is a very limited supply or a one-of-a-kind.  If the stock number starts with a FJ it is a piece we normally carry in stock.

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Something Special     As with our fine jewelry we often make a piece to the cut of the gem, meaning there is either one or a very limited supply.  If the stock number starts with a SP there is a very limited supply or a one-of-a-kind.  If the stock number starts with a FJ it is a piece we normally carry in stock.


SP031010.gif - 1.4 K SP031010a.gif - 1.4 K

 

SP031010    A new style Laurel Wreath done in a 18KT gold vermeil and green enamel.  It is mounted with a 3.64 Natural Columbian Emerald.  A very limited piece, this is only the second one produced.  A 18KT Gold Vermeil chain is included.                Price $182.50

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FJ5 - The Pelican in her Piety.                                                             Cost - $50 

This piece is made in 18KT Gold Vermeil and mounted on a matching chain. Very popular during both Tudor and Elizabethan eras.

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elizabeth.gif - 1.4 KFJ6 - The Gemmed Pelican. Popular in the Elizabethan era. Adorned with a Garnet. Cost - $70 *

This piece is made in 18KT Gold Vermeil  and is set with a 3 carat natural garnet.  It is mounted on a matching chain. 

Very popular during both Tudor and Elizabethan eras.  Very similar as portrayed in  Hilliard's painting "The Pelican Portrait"   

sp120310a.gif - 1.4 KSP 120310 - Gemmed Laurel Medallion - A laurel medallion made in 14KT Vermeil, set with a natural garnet and a drop pearl.  This piece is not of my design but that of my ex- apprentice; Master Wolfgang's of Jewels by von Roessler fame.  We recently acquired his remaining stock, supply is limited.  Cost - $80.00

 

sp120410.gif - 1.4 KSP 120410 - Gemmed Laurel Medallion - A laurel medallion made in 14KT Vermeil, set with a natural garnet and a drop pearl.  Not my design but that of my ex- apprentice; Master Wolfgang's of Jewels by von Roessler fame.  We recently acquired his remaining stock, supply is limited.  Cost - $85.00

Standard Peerage Badges     All of our pendants unless stated are chained and ready to wear.

 

b1.gif - 1.4 KB1 - Laurel Medallion - $25 

b2.gif - 1.4 KB2 - Laurel Medallion  - $25.00

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B3 - Laurel Medallion  - $15.00   (DISCONTINUED)

 

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B4 - Pelican Medallion  - $25.00

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B5 - Pelican (pierced) Medallion  - $25.00


b6.gif - 1.4 KB6 - Pelican (Old Style) Medallion  - $25.00

 

 

 


b7.gif - 1.4 KB7 - Pelican/Laurel Medallion  - $25.00

 

 

 


b8.gif - 1.4 KB8 - Pelican/Laurel (pierced) Medallion  - $25.00

 

 

 


b9.gif - 1.4 KB9 - Pelican/Laurel (old style) Medallion  - $25.00

 

 

 


b10.gif - 1.4 KB10 - Chiv Widow Medallion  - $25.00

 

 

 

Other Peerage Regalia

Peerage Clasps

In the Society for Creative Anachronism, individuals sometimes opt to bear the marks of peerage on the cloaks. Depending on tradition, many have Cloaks of State that in themselves mark their Peerage. What can be more attractive than finishing off that special cloak than with a distinctive clasp bearing their Order's Badge.

 

clasp9.gif - 1.4 KG1 - Laurel Cloak Clasp - signifying the Order of the Laurel. It is designed for a light to heavy cloak. Cost - $40

 

 

 


clasp10.gif - 1.4 KG2 - Pelican Cloak Clasp - signifying the Order of the Pelican. It is designed for a light to heavy cloak. Cost - $40

 

 

 


 

clasp11.gif - 1.4 KG3 - Pelican/Laurel Cloak Clasp - signifying the holder of both Orders. It is designed for a light to heavy cloak. Cost - $40

 

 

 

 


clasp12.gif - 1.4 KG4 - Rose Cloak Clasp - signifying the Order of the Rose. It is designed for a light to heavy cloak. Cost - $40

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