Merchants

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Attention Merchants

Please contact the Merchantcrat to be put on the list for merchanting.

A donation to the Raid box is all that is requested from merchants.

Merchants may arrive on Thursday morning.

 

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Rules

  1. No merchanting on the porch.
  2. Merchants can set up upstairs in the main hall. Inside space is limited, check with the Merchant Liaison for availability.
  3. Merchants must bring their own tents if they merchant outside.
  4. Set-up/tear-down help can not be guaranteed.


Merchant Liaison

THL Erzebet Fauconneau
mka: Elizabeth Anne Orwig
304.389.8621  (no calls after 9:30 PM)
merchants@blackstoneraid.org

Merchants Confirmed for Blackstone Raid XXXI

A Keeper – Hand made incense, candles and other occult items

Appalacian Willows – Willow baskets, creels, bird cages, and quivers.  Functional and decorative handcrafted brooms

Bee and Elephant – Gently used garb, period made inks, parchment, period hats (can take custom orders also), and a little bit of all those things that complete your kit or your drive for calligraphy and illumination. Come browse the shop. You won’t leave empty handed!

Dupuis Creations – A Calontiran merchant that makes period furniture, musical instruments, looms, spindles and other fine wood crafts

Midnight’s Art – hand made wire jewelry.

Mirriam’s Long Ship – Saris, yarns and fibers

Orion’s Belt – leather and wool goods. Pouches, hats, belts, and more!

Podling’s Place – Tunics, cloaks, pants, simple garb to start your kit and venture forth into the modern middle ages.

Rabenwald Smithing – Forged camping gear, jewelry, accessories. If you have not checked out their wares, you should. Drogo does amazing work.

Silver Heron Studios – Silver rings, world coin jewelry and fine art

T A Spencer – Local author – check out his books!

The Crafty Chameleon – Paintings, wire wrapped jewelry, wands and crowns.

The Willow’s Edge – Massage, Reiki, energy work, stretching, various aromatics and selfcare items.  Specially trained in oncology massage and energy work. Well worth the time.

Two Tinkers – from pewter to wood, cloth to ceramic, things and stuff, the little items you need to make your modern middle ages experience better.