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Medieval Stained Glass, Lady Solskinn

Medieval Stained Glass, Lady Solskinn

At the King’s and Queen’s Arts and Sciences Champions event yesterday, an overwhelming amount of articles – beautiful, tasty and practical – were exhibited.  After careful judging, five finalists were chosen.  Photographs of their work is displayed here.

After much deliberation, Lady Ose Silverhair was declared Queen’s Champion.  King’s Champion was Lady Solskinn.

Medieval stained glass, Lady Solskinn

Medieval stained glass, Lady Solskinn

Medieval Stained Glass, Lady Solskinn

Medieval Stained Glass, Lady Solskinn

A&S Ose

The effect of spin direction on fabric design, Lady Ose Silverhair

A&S Ose 2

The effect of spin direction on fabric design, Lady Ose Silverhair

A meal including clean up, Lord Galefridus Peregrinus

A meal including clean up, Lord Galefridus Peregrinus

A&S - Galefridus 2

All foods came for the medieval Islamic world except for two Byzantine olive cures, Lord Galefridus Peregrinus

Majolica mirror frame, Baroness Ysabella de Draguignan

Majolica mirror frame, Baroness Ysabella de Draguignan

Majolica book vase, Baroness Ysabella de Draguignan

Majolica book vase, Baroness Ysabella de Draguignan

Armlets from silver hordes in England and Ireland, Earl Kenric aet Essex

Armlets from silver hordes in England and Ireland, Earl Kenric aet Essex

Neck-ring typical of Anglo-Saxon grave finds, Earl Kenric aet Essex

Neck-ring typical of Anglo-Saxon grave finds, Earl Kenric aet Essex

Garters based on Sutton Hoo tablet weaving with typical seventh century hooked tags, Earl Kenric aet Essex

Garters based on Sutton Hoo tablet weaving with typical seventh century hooked tags, Earl Kenric aet Essex

Photographs by Cateline la broderesse