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Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) dressed in armour in preperation for the SCA 'College Challenge' tournament. In Perth, Western Australia, there are only two chapters of the SCA which are based in colleges (St. Basil (UWA) or St.…

Members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) clad in armour in preperation for the SCA 'College Challenge' tournament. In Perth, Western Australia, there are only two chapters of the SCA which are based in colleges (St. Basil (UWA) or St.…

A photograph of a stall at Kryal Castle in Ballarat, which sells chain mail that has been hand-crafted according to the traditional medieval method. Some of the objects that can be bought are chainmail keyrings and chainmail jewellery.

About Kryal…

Birka Traders was the online store created by Peter Beatson to sell his medieval metalwork. The collection included mainly jewellery and personal items such as belt buckles and strap ends, and focussed on the early medieval period, particularly the…

One of four photographs of a castle-like building on the Midland Highway in Perth, Tasmania. This one shows the letterbox in the guise of an armoured knight. The knight has a helmet, full body armour, and wears a quiver (arrow holder) to hold…

A photograph depicting chain mail being hand-crafted according to the traditional medieval method at the Perth Medieval Fayre. Chain mail is made by interlocking a number of metal rings to form small sections. Each ring is linked through four others…

The Kingdom of Lochac is the name used by members of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) for a fictional kingdom comprising Australia, New Zealand and their Antarctic territories. Lochac is one of nineteen kingdoms worldwide. Australia itself…

A medieval combat demonstration performed by members of The Grey Company at the Perth Medieval Fayre. The participants here are wearing circa fifteenth-century sallet style helmets and various articles of plate armour, including …