Hi Bad Viking,
Thanks for the comments, much appreciated. I am really pleased with the Tudor Rose on Kate's box - I do the artwork and created the box designs - which are still evolving.
We are currrently making stock for my wife's stall (Lucy the Tudor) as fast as we can for ILHF and TORM - I am working around a full time job, so it would be very difficult for us to make a bulk order, now or after the markets, as the spring ones come round quickly, especially as they sell as fast as we can make them, and as quickly as Wieland Forge can make the hinges. Lucy is making other stock items and orders too.
Lucy charges £35 for the plain early/late medieval box in the size I used for Kate Tilers - that is 24" long, 16" tall and 8 inches wide.We make larger sizes, including domed lid chests, and special commissions (like the fisherman's sea chest for Lowestoft Museum. We also make Viking style sea chests in the Hedeby style, but these do take much more time to make due to the angles needed on the sides and legs - the longer it takes to make, the more Lucy charges.
Lucy sets prices are set at entry level, IE at the price re-enactors can afford - so unfortunately, there is no margin for discounts, especially as we have sold out of boxes at every trading show this year
If you pop along to our stall at either market, then you should be able to see a variety, so long as you attend on the Friday or early on Saturday Morning
Hope this helps
fast removing B&Q boxes from re-enactment, and hoping to do the same for sash cord guy ropes