12.23.2009 @ 10:59 am UTC by lilah wild
Rayguns! With names like The Unnatural Selector, The Manmelter, and The Moon Hater Death Ray, they’re shiny articulated weapons of retro-futuristic design (one of them a Victorian pistol), made limited edition and arriving nestled within a velvet-lined case, accompanied by crafting tools and various implements. Ammo is sold separately and rather elusive.
12.15.2009 @ 11:40 pm UTC by lilah wild
Medieval dressup grounded in solid ren-faire getups, and perfectly happy to buckle things up for fetish nights, too. Cinchers where unicorns dance along the front lacing, bodices for wenches and warriors and those who appreciate a fine bit of tooling, dagger bracers, belts and all the various attachments to clip on gear for drinking and fighting (and making phone calls), and the Dungeon takes things a bit darker with collars, cuffs, floggers, and sprinklings of O-rings. Custom welcome.
12.11.2009 @ 3:36 pm UTC by lilah wild
Lots of potential for Victorian and fantasy accessorization, as this catalog sports a Fashion and Style section along with the no-frills medical stuff. Wooden dog heads that evoke the scent of leather and scotch, Derby-handled styles floralized with purple pansies that look like things Sarah Waters’ characters would carry, there’s at least one grinning skull in here, and gnarled shepard’s crooks match perfectly to wizards’ robes. They also carry canes that slide off to reveal hidden swords.
6.28.2009 @ 1:41 pm UTC by lilah wild
Everything for the medieval lifestyle: the garb, the swords, the tankards, the tents, right down to the rings of castle keys. There’s a great selection of imperious jewelry and they also delve into the amusements of the time with festival masks, puppets, and gaming of yore.
1.14.2009 @ 4:57 pm UTC by lilah wild
A hodgepodge of bygone eras: medieval gowns and tunics, Old West riding jackets, Civil War hoopskirtedness, Victorian froofy high-necked blouses and the laced boots to match, Edwardian dresses, teaparty hats, feathered hair clips, rhinestone jewelry – good for costuming, or working a little history into a modern outfit. The evening bags are utterly irresistible, plump and adorable with fringe and clasps, and much of the stock seems to be chosen by whatever catches the owner’s whim: fringed leather jackets, Celtic flasks, lacy dressing gowns, ornate high-glam wall masks, the mixed-media collages of LipStick Ranch Cowgirl Art.
1.6.2009 @ 5:00 pm UTC by lilah wild
The fashion and accessories of medieval combat. The chainmail here is serious business, covering the body in thick falls of links, complete with hood. Full suits of armor can be worn as well as displayed, with gauntlets, breastplates, and helmets available a la carte. And of course, swords, axes, daggers, crossbows, and a gallery of shields to defend against them.
11.13.2008 @ 6:32 pm UTC by lilah wild
An array of very, very period-specific fashions of yore for both peasants and nobles, often modeled after works of art, including excursions into Tudor, French, Italian, and German ensembles of the time. The wearables continue into piratefash, gothic garb, chainmail, and Celtic jewelry, with Civil War and Old West paraphernalia, medieval housewares, and loads of weaponry making up the rest of an extensive catalog.