25th anniversary
Costuming
Guide


Our Households
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t. Ives is blessed with many skilled craftspeople and hearty character re-enactors. The guild is divided into smaller groups called Households. The groups work independently of each other, but in a spirit of total cooperation. (The portraits below plus many more can be found in the Portrait Gallerie.)

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uild Hall - a consortium of weavers, spinners, potters, jewelers and woodworkers.

Woolery
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Upper row: Images by Josh Ritter
  Becky mistress Pett Karen
Lower row: Images used by permission - Gar Travis, www.garphoto.com
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T avern - where people gather for food, drink, good conversation and play.

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Upper row: Images by Josh Ritter
  Alyxx Virginia Christina  
Lower row: Images used by permission - Gar Travis, www.garphoto.com
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B ookhouse - arromas and fine flavors of common Elizabethan foods.

Bell
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Upper row: Images by Josh Ritter
           
Lower row: Images used by permission - Gar Travis, www.garphoto.com
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B ell - every town must have a Leaping House!

This household includes the ladies of the Bell, the constables and various characters.

Bell
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Upper row: Images by Josh Ritter
    constant Ann Brown  
Lower row: Images used by permission - Gar Travis, www.garphoto.com
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F orge - where real work is done.

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Images by Josh Ritter