Introduction to SCA Clothing
The Środa treasure is one of most valuable archeological finds in 20th century. It was found in 1985 during renovation works in Środa Śląska, Poland. The main part of the treasure is now in Regional Museum there. The treasures found include a Golden crown, probably belonging to Blanche of Valois, a wife of Emporer Charles IV, 2 12th century gold pendants, two 13th century gold pendants, a medieval gold clasp decorated with precious stones, three rings, 39 gold coins, and 2924 silver coins.
Środa treasure – Poland
Hatteberg Brooch Sterling Silver Viking Penannular Brooch with Cast and punched decoration, six Animal Masks embellish the edging border. Rich domed Golden Bronze panels are inlaid on the front. The reverse has finely detailed zoomorphic designs in Jelling style. The Hatteberg Brooch is an excellent example of Norse Craftsmanship working in Insular tradition 9th cent,Replica Museum
Hatteberg Brooch, Hatteberg, Norway, 9th Century.stunning
500s Anglo-Saxon: With broad ribbon gold hoop expanding to the bezel, the bezel decorated with vertical column of three garnet inlays in raised mounts, a square inlay in the centre with circular inlay above and below, flanked by scrolling filigree work at either side, punched triangular decoration around the borders with hatching at the edge, hoop split 20mm diam.; weight 7.43 grams
Pourpoint This dress is based on extant original which belonged to Charles de Blois (second half of the 14th century). Pattern is here. Clothing also include hood with dagges, embroidered belt, woolen embroidered hoses and flat soles hinged-pattens. Pictures of those parts are on next pages.