Bone Workshop

European Middle Ages

Some examples from the lively european medieval scene.

Sam Voigt, bonecarver of the reenactment group Fogelvrei (left); works of Antje Chrosziel (right).

Replicas of Monica Tielens: a chess gaming piece built from mammoth ivory after the find from Lewis (Scotland, 12th century AD, original from walrus ivory) on the left; a frisian belt buckle (ca. 1000 AD) on the right.

A comb and weaving tablets from Edgar the Banwyrtha, boneworker of the UK reenactment group Regia Anglorum (left); bone workshop with Kerstin Schwämmle of Agil (right).