I’ve been able to put up a few new listings lately, which has helped to organise a lot, but there is much more to do! Here are a few, and there are more! Please feel free to look around, and if you have any questions, please message me! Thank you!
I added a Sales! section to https://www.etsy.com/shop/NorseWorks
Items with reduced prices, or other random sales will be moved to this section for their durations. Thank you for looking!
I finally had time to relearn some of my software and finished up a simple logo for Norseworks.etsy.com. It’s nothing fancy, and easy on the colour scheme and I’m rather happy with the result thus far.
I have finished several chainmail mail dice bags with differnt ties and cord stops, along with several 20″ half-Persian aluminum chainmail neckalces. But due to horrible lighting within the house and horrible weather outside I have not been able to take pictures of the most recent completed items.
I do have some decent photos of some dice bags that need to be listed, however I have just been slow to get them uploaded and copy written for them. The drive to make and create has overtaken the listing and sharing, sorry for that, and hopefully I’ll be able to list them soon. Thank you
I had ran out of cord locks by not paying attention to my stock and ordering more, so all the chainmail dice bags that I ahve recently made are sitting here in a container awaiting cord locks, which I have just ordered today from the excellent people from Frontier Market Solutions!
Frontier Market Solutions (FMS) is the company I have been using for the cordlocks on all the chainmail dice bags, and I am extremely happy and thrilled at their durability and strength. Thank you and I look forward to many more years of business with this great company.
Sincerely, Mark here at NorseWorks
Iron Age settlement revealed near Plymouth http://ow.ly/34YFwD
Dozens of Cool Artifacts Recovered From the Antikythera Shipwreck http://ow.ly/34YFpR
Can You Help Decode The Unknown Language On This 750-Year-Old Sword? http://ow.ly/34YFpO
Between 50 and 75 medieval skeletons discovered at Westminster Abbey http://ow.ly/34YFpJ
Four caribou antler rings are finally listed on NorseWorks. Diagonal line design, triangular with circle and dot, circle and dot, and Algiz Rune (Rune of Protection).
All of these rings are stained with india ink and sanded/filed to a smooth finish and a light polish. Each individually made from raw caribou or reindeer antler. Size 6, 6-1/4, 6-3/4. I enjoyed making these rings and I hope you enjoy them as well.