INSIGNE ROYAL

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Anglaise

We would love to recognize all the people who have come together with all their talent and hard work to create regalia for the Crown Principality of Tir Mara. Below are photos along with names of our many artisans who made them.

Tir Mara Prince and Princess Cloaks

Tir Mara CloaksThe following cloaks are worn by the Prince and Princess of Tir Mara, and were completed by the efforts of the following individuals:
Mistress Elizabeth “Bess” Darnley

Mistress Gwenhwyfar dinas Emrys
Lady Isobel “Libby” Bickerstaff

Tir Mara Travel Cloaks

 The Tir Mara Prince and Princess made and donated by Baronne Shadiyah al-Zahra’ and Baron Arthur de Beaumont.
They are made of linen, and lined with fine silk. The embroidery is of cotton thread. Over twelve feet of cord was made by Arthur. The results, as you can see, were well recieved!

History: Her Majesty Avelina, when sitting as Princess of Tir Mara, commented that it was sad that no regalia was available for the Prince and Princess to wear whenever they were attending an event outside of Tir Mara. So, Arthur and Shadiyah decided to craft two
cloaks that would be light and easy to wear as well as transport. These were given at Court, on January 25, at Birka.

*photo, cloaks being presented at Birka 

 

Tir Mara Sceptre

Tir Mara SceptreYou will see this stunning piece of metal work often being carried by the Princess of Tir Mara into court. It was created by the following:
Baron D’unstable – Design and Crafting
Lord Diarmid – consulted regarding the Labradorite stones

 

Tir Mara Prince and Princess Paternosters

Tir Mara PaternostersMade from beautiful Labradorite stones, these paternosters were presented at the same time as the Tir Mara cloaks.
Lady Konstantia Kaloethina

 

 

Tir Mara Prince and Princess Feast Gear, Feast Chest and Linens

The Prince and Princess of Tir Mara can dine in style with the feast gear and linens provided, all of which are stored safely in a beautiful feast chest. Here are the gentles who contributed to this gift:
Mistress Gwenhwyfar dinas Emrys – Feast Gear
Mistress Zaneta “Gavlinne” Angiolieri – Feast Gear
House Mercia Cross – Feast Chest and Linens
(picture welcomed)

Tir Mara Banner

Many a Monday sewing night was dedicated to the design and creation of the new Tir Mara banner. Organized by Baronne Estela du Frayse, the contributors were as follows:
Baronne Estela du Frayse
Lady Isolda Fairamay
Lady Nerina of Sparta
Lady Aveline d’Amiens
Lady Mawdlyn Atwater
Lady Isabel Westrose
Lady Marian le Canard of Ruantallan
Lady Delyth Verch Aeron Lady Eufemme Bran Uasa d’Ordith
Nerirenda
Lady Briana
Lady Sileas Ni Dhomhnaill
Lady Mary Elizabeth
Kat
Adelia

The Populace of Dragon Dormant also made a Tir Mara banner that travels with their Highnesess.

**As more information and photos of regalia become available, we will be happy to share it here with the rest.
**If anyone would like to submit photos for this page, please contact the webminsiter to see what is needed, you can also find links and info about SCA release forms on the forms page in the library.