[Bonwicke] Prizes at Twelfth Night

Simone Ui'Dunlaingh simonemu at gmail.com
Fri Dec 30 14:55:10 PST 2005


I have several ideas bouncing around my mind I'll have something for
you when I get there

Simone



On 12/30/05, Kristy <kristyandelong at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am going to bring candles and some type of candy. Probably pecan brittle.
> I don't think pecan brittle is period but I guess I could call it candied
> nuts.
>
> Kristy
>
> paula hanna <pippermint at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Unto my dear ladies of the Barony and Western Region,
>
> Twelfth Night is fast approaching, and as my lord-husband is stewarding this
> year, I have
> the distinct privelege of knowing well in advance the workings of that
> much-awaited day.
> As we've done in the past, this year's tournament will be one of chivalry
> and courtesy.
> The victors of the tournaments will be chosen by a ladies gallery - made up
> of as many
> from the barony/region as wish to participate. Depending on the number of
> entrants, the
> ladies gallery will choose three champions of the day for both the chivalric
> and rapier
> ! lists. So, to that end, we would request that all ladies in the
> barony/region please
> prepare or
> purchase 6 small handheld items. These do not have to be anything
> extravagent by any
> means; we just want a lot of small trinkets to fill the baskets for those
> chosen.
>
> I will include a list of ideas, but by no means should you feel limited to
> this list.
> Please use your imagination. For example I will be making marzipan fruits
> placed in small
> painted boxes and either cranberry relish or hazelnut brittle (and
> additionally don't
> feel like you should make more than one KIND of item - I'm entering two
> items for each
> just because I want to - however, if you want to make more, of course, we
> would always
> approciate that).
>
> Here are some suggestions. Six of each purchased or crafted, and please feel
> free to
> include your name on the item so the champions will know who has given them
> such lovely
> items. Also, remember that the entrants, being chivalrous, sh! ould be
> attaining these
> baskets in honour of their lady, so include things for men, women or that
> both can share.
> Oh, and please post back what you are willing to contribute so we don't have
> a basket of
> 20 packages of gingerbread. ;o)
>
> Gingerbread (a few cookies in a little bag)
> Bag or box of nuts (spiced or otherwise)
> Pretty beads
> Handkerchief
> Spices
> Bone needles
> Horn spoon
> Horn cup
> Handsewn favour
> Coins
> Small painting
> Small candle
> Small bottle of cordial
> period bells
> period buttons
> packet of stationery
> ink/quills
> sealing wax
> arming cap
>
> Thanks,
> Oriana
> Lady Bonwicke
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