[Ansteorra] Sable Thistle badge etc. (was:Questionaboutmotifsin artwork)

Faelan Caimbeul faelancaimbeul at gmail.com
Sat Jun 17 08:04:59 PDT 2006

Hmm.. I never heard of squires having chains and spurs, at least in the SCA





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In a message dated 6/17/2006 7:46:11 AM Central Standard Time,
morganbuchanan at hotmail.com writes:

That's not quite accurate.  Some kingdoms blue belts are much more common 
for squires than red.

But generally they are not reserved.  If you have a spiffy outfit that 
historically would wear a red belt, feel free.  And don't take any guff that

you're presenting yourself as a squire.  You're wearing an accurate piece of

dress at an event, and that should be appreciated.  But be prepared, someone

probably will take umbrage.

Sir Morgan - Who's not really sure why anyone would "pretend" to be a squire


Very true. And a red belt alone is not indicative of a squire. There are a
neck chain and spurs to complete the insignia set. Same for a knight with a
white belt. 


Without the chain and spurs they are just colored bits of leather to
coordinate with your outfits.



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