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Jen Segrest
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Society for Creative Anachronism

HL Grizel (aka Elspeth Grizel of Dunfort)

Apprentice to Baroness Alexis McAllister, OL, OP (Kingdom of Trimaris)
Barony Flaming Gryphon
South Oaken, Middle Kingdom

  • Order of the Dragon’s Heart 16 Aug, 2003 (A.S. 38)
  • Order of the Evergreen 25 May, 2002 (A.S. 37)
  • Order of the Willow 24 Feb, 1996 (A.S. 30)
  • Award of the Purple Fret 01 Feb, 1997 (A.S. 31)
  • Award of the Purple Fret 28 Feb, 1998 (A.S. 32)
  • Award of Arms 22 Jun, 1991 (A.S. 26)


  • Author of the MK beadwork criteria
  • Founder of the Pennsic “War Chronicle”
  • Barony Flaming Gryphon MOAS Champion (2006?)
  • Formerly:  Herald, Chronicler, MOAS, South Oaken Regional MOAS

4 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hi! thank you for your great website and sharing your vast knowledge. I do have a question for you though if you do not mind. I was wondering when the use of spangles started. Im thinking 14th century but wanted to hear your thoughts. I do not ever find actual history on spangles other than how they were made. There is never really a when and where mentioned.

  2. Hi! I’m looking for Persian or Ottoman beadwork and drawing blanks all over the place. I would think with the Silk Road running directly through that territory, you’d see beads. Can you advise?

  3. I tend to concentrate more on western europe, so I am am not really your go to on middle eastern.

  4. Well the ones on the site are really the only ones Im aware of but it’s nto realy a bead perse, so i havent really gone too deep down the hole on it.

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