[Ansteorra] looking for a metalworking artisan

Darius of the Bells dmriney at earthlink.net
Tue Jul 10 12:11:56 PDT 2007

I will more than likely be volunteering to teach atsome point late this year, As I have had several request for a class.


-----Original Message-----
>From: Chiara Francesca <Chiara.Francesca at gmail.com>
>Sent: Jul 10, 2007 1:49 PM
>To: "Kingdom of Ansteorra - SCA, Inc." <ansteorra at lists.ansteorra.org>
>Subject: Re: [Ansteorra] looking for a metalworking artisan
>I know your in Oklahoma but there is a place in Austin that sells
>the flat strands of silver and brass with decorative designs on them
>of various widths. Nothing larger than half an inch. The place is
>call Dyers, they used to be at Guadalupe and 38th or so when I used
>to do lots of silver pierce work for A&S in the 80's. They have
>since moved to some place in Wells Branch I am told.
>Google for them and then call them. Describe what it is you are
>looking for and they will know immediately what I am talking about.
>I used to purchase sheets of silver, saw blades, flash, and other
>tools from them. I still have a baggy of silver dust here somewhere
>... :D
>I do a rare silver pierce work job once in a while but at the moment
>I am back logged on glove orders. :)
>If your up for it Darius or I could teach you how to do it. :)
>On Tue, July 10, 2007 11:30 am, zubeydah at northkeep.org wrote:
>> Greetings and felicitations...
>> A dear friend/family member received a Grant of Arms in the Outlands
>> last
>> weekend - their sumptuary laws are different than ours in Ansteorra.
>> He is now
>> permitted (sort of required, for the first few months, by custom,
>> apparently)
>> to wear a circlet.
>> I am looking for an artisan that works in metals, that might make on
>> a
>> commission basis, or have available stock for sale, a circlet,
>> narrower than
>> 1/2".
>> It would need to be masculine and not particularly fancy. I'm
>> looking for a
>> gold-toned metal, ideally.
>> Anyone have any resources / suggestions / referrals for me?
>> Curiously,
>> Zubeydah Jamilla al-Badawiyya
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