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It's been a REAL winter here in the Catskill Mountains and I'm looking forward to the warmer weather! Soon "masquerade season" will be over and I can start thinking about "festival season."
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CUSTOM ORDERS: My available inventory of masks and other crafts can be found here: www.zibbet.com/daragallery, handmadeartists.com/shop/DaraG… here: www.etsy.com/shop/DaraGallery. If you can't find what you need at these locations contact me for custom work.
Custom Order Price List*:
- Brocade, satin or brocade/satin masks with a paper mache base: $35-$45, dependent on the cost of the embellishments. Note: I can create a less expensive brocade mask for $22-24 each (paper mache or pressed paper base). It will not have a felt back, layered trims or a handmade fascinator. Contact me for a sample picture.
- Brocade or satin masks with a lightweight pressed paper base: $28-38, dependent on cost of embellishments.
- Mulberry paper/flower masks - paper mache and mulberry base, $35 - 37
- Handmade papier mache imp, goblin or bird/feather masks: $60-80 depending on complexity.
- Vegetable Tanned Split Leather Masks with lace, satin and/or brocade finish - $36 to 42
- Vegetable Tanned Tooling Leather Masks $43-55
- Victorian Ornaments: $18, multiples - $17 each
* Does not include a small design fee for some projects. Deposit may be required. See my Etsy Store policy page for details. Couples masks or multiple orders receive slight discounts.
The February/March "masquerade season" is upon us, however, I am thinking of the upcoming Festival season. Here's my tentative schedule:
- Mayfaire on the Green, Holland Patent, NY - May 16 & 17
- NY Capital District Renaissance Festival, Altamont, NY June 13 & 14
- Medieval Fantasy Renaissance Faire ?, Ansonia, CT, weekends June 20 - July 5
- Medieval Festival at Fort Tryon Park, NYC, September 2015
- Cairo, NY Apple Festival, Columbus Day Weekend, October 2015
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