Wooden camp equipment for LARP, viking and medieval re-enactment

Wooden goods for the camp life in LARP and medieval or Viking re-enactment.

Buy wooden camp equipment In the medieval shop of Pera Peris - House of History, you can buy reproductions of historical wooden goods and wooden kitchen utensils, such as wooden spoons and ladles from the Viking Age and the Middle Ages.
In addition, we offer hand-carved plates, bowls and dishes or troughs made of wood, faithfully reproduced from finds in the excavations of Birka, York and Haithabu, Bad Windsheim, Freiberg and Constance. We also have a nice selection of medieval wooden spoons, which are simply indispensable for every historical field kitchen in LARP and medieval re-enactment.

Retailers for LARP or medieval re-enactment are welcome to register for our medieval wholesale store.

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Wooden spoon replica
14 Löffel Konstanz Hand carved Medieval spoon made from wood, made according to a historic example from Konstanz / Austria. 19 x 4.5 cm.
1-2 Days Status:1-2 Days
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6,71 €* 1-2 Days
Dealers for museum supplies, medieval and Viking re-enactment or LARP are cordially invited to register as resellers for wholesale in Pera Peri's medieval shop. We guarantee the best quality at good prices with short delivery times!

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  • 14 days right of withdrawal
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