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With the popularity of the Battle Of Mortimers Cross growing every year, we strive to bring authenticity to every fair. With the strength of many years of experience, as well as extremely high quality goods, our Authentic Traders are a particular highlight of the weekend.

The following is a list of all the traders that came along to our 2012 event. We would like to thank everyone for joiing us for the weekend.

1066 Creations - Green Men, Gargoyles, Lewis Chess Pieces, Dragons & Skulls, and lots more.
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Aelfgyfu Searocraft - Hand engraved glassware, chain mail jewellery, Medieval wooden board games.

Andy Burke Historical Shoes - Historical shoes and boots.
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Anvil Art - Anvil Art provides you with quality products with that personal touch.
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Aquarius - Fairtrade items and Gifts for all the Family, books, leather, etc.
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Bad Ceramics - Ceramic figures for both garden and house. Not your everyday figures though.
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Bayley Heritage Castings - Historical bronze reproductions.
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Bear Foot Leather -Hand-crafted leather goods for all your needs.
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Bernie The Bolt - Textiles and cloth.
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Black Star Leather -Handcrafted leather goods.
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Blackstar Medieval Clothing - We cater for the smallest of Squires to the LARGEST of Knights & have costumes to compliment your MEDIEVAL collection.
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Cap-à-pie - Authentic Medieval Maille at an affordable price.
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Crimson Moon - Bottled country wines and Mead.
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Daphine Hilsdon - Historical costume and interpretation.
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Douggie The Wood - Medieval furniture.
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Dr. Quartz - Fossils, mineral & stone gifts

Dragons & Unicorns - Historical clothing.
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Fairbow UK - For all your archery needs, both historical and modern.
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Gallow Glass - Hand made jewellery.
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Greenland & Game - Rocks, Minerals, Gemstones, Fussils & Assoriated Products.
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Handmade Things - Historical & contemporary Knitting, Rugs, Leather Cases, Textile Equipment & Supplies, Furniture, Boxes, Baskets, etc.
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Hedgewitch - Qualtiy historical musical instruments.
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Herts Fabrics - Authentic Fabrics , Patterns And Arabic Clothing.
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Hidebound Ltd. - Historical leather drinking vessels.
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Lone Knight - Multi Period re-enactment equipment.
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Lucy The Tudor - Awaiting info.

The Merchant Venturers - Hand blown glass to suit the medieval re-enactor.
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Magot The Seamstress - The author of "The Medieval Tailors Assistant", and creator of many unique, authentic medieval garments and patterns.
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Mattblack Armour - Historical reproduction armour.
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Mike The Hat - Maker of historical felt and woolen hats.
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Moon Crafts - Pole Arms, Pottery, Leather Items, Cooking Pots, Jewellery, Wooden Shields & Swords For Children, etc.

Noctule - Gothic and Medieval clothing.
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Reddog Forge - Bespoke blacksmithing and castings.
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Roo The Leather Carver - High quality, hand-made leather goods.
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Sally Green Costumes - Historical costumes.
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Sally Pointer & Gareth Riseborough - Jewllery, wood, bone & metal items, costume & textiles, and plague rats.
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Shoot & Scapa - Manufacturer of historical footwear, bags, archery equipment and other accessories.
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Shropshire Lavender - Dried lavender plants, lavender bath and beauty products, and essential oils.
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Sweets & Treats - Packed with all your favourite traditional confectionery items.
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The Complete Knight - Childrens' historical costumes.
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Three Ravens- Iron Goods and have a working Medieval Blacksmiths Forge.

Time Warrior - Medieval weapons, armour and trinkets.
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Tudor Seal - Historical hats, costumes and accessories.

Tymecraft - Childrens' historical costumes.
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Wild Wood - Medieval Wood Sculptures,and Trinkets,etc.

 


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Battle orders are called...

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Medieval traders working hard...

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Dancing up a storm...