Annie the Pedlar — (UK) Men’s, women’s and children’s 16th century, made-to-order costumes. Peasant & middle-classes. Sewn in “Theatrical” or “Reenactor” quality. Also offers a hand-stitched option. Handmade jewelry, pins, aiglets, braid, hooks & eyes, and more.
Fire Mountain — Wholesale beads and jewelry making supplies. Highly recommended by many costumers.
Gaukler Medieval Wares — (Canada) Handmade celtic, dark ages, medieval, Roman and Byzantine jewelry & metalwork.
OrientalPearls.net — Retail pearls at wholesale prices. They will also do custom drilling.
Pewter Replicas — (UK) Reproduction spoons, coins, cutlery, badges, jewelry and more.
Pillaged Village, TheUpdated! — Medieval thru 17th century: Patterns, trim, agilets, clasps, frogs, buckles, pennanulars, jewelry. books, pre-made garb, etc. Geared toward re-enactors and SCA folks. As of Oct 2017, website seems to be down; they also have a Facebook page.
Raymond’s Quiet Press — Handcrafted reproductions of jewelry, buckles, clasps, and helm pieces. Eras include: Roman, Saxon, Frankish, Viking, Celtic, Medieval and 12th through 17th centuries.
Sapphire and Sage — Renaissance era-inspired jewelry. Girdle belts, jeweled collars, circlets, bodice jewelry and more. Very nice pieces.
Treasure Cast — Pewter jewelry, cloak clasps, belts, and other accessories.
Tudor Shoppe, The — Sells men’s and women’s 16th century costumes, underclothes and shoes.