Wooden beer mugs, wine goblets, bowls, and other functional wood art by Reincarnated Trees

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Renaissance Festival
I just wanted to show you some pictures of the Michigan Renaissance Festival.  It runs for 7 weekends in August and September.  If you come visit us, stop at my booth, Reincarnated Trees, booth 614A.  I am right between the Bakery (great cinnamon rolls) and the privies.  May the winds always blow from the South East.
When my cousins came to visit my lady wife joined us at the festival.  She's the lovely lady standing in front and bedecked in amber jewelry.
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My Sisters visit the festival
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Alice, Louann, and Patricia wanted to stop by and keep me honest.
My Sister Alice meets Mother Superior
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She needed all the indulgences she could get
Angus Harvey - Kilt Maker
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A great neighbor and the best kilt maker at this or any other festival.

Click here to visit Angus at his site.

Steve of Renaissance Fashions
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Right across from my booth. He spends all day tying women up in leather. Tough duty.

Click here to visit Renaissance Fashions.

Louie Souvigney
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Louie helps out around the booth when he isn't chasing wenches, which takes up most of his time.

Click to email Louie about his pens, bottle stoppers, bodice chillers etc.

The Bawdy Boys - Irish drinking songs
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One of my favorite musical groups at the festival. A little rowdy, a little raunchy, lots of fun.

Contact them for bachelor parties, divorce parties, wakes, and I'm sure they would also do Bar Mitzvahs.

Super sized mug and goblet
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The Bawdy Boys wanted drinking vessels to suit their personalities. These hold a half gallon.
My Booth
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Booth 614A at the Michigan Renaissance Festival

A Neighbor at the Festival
 
There are many reasons to visit the festival.  Most of the best reasons are in my booth, but I won't blame you for looking around.
Life is worth living.

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Display of platters, bowls, and artisitc turnings
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These items will range from $45 to $300. This displays a lot of the different items I turn.

Bowls and goblets
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Bowls can range from $30 to $300 and goblets from $50 to $125. Special woods/orders cost more.
Mugs, Platters and Vases
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Maple, Cherry, Walnut, Ash, Oak, Black Birch, Catalpa, Ginko - Any Michigan wood can be a mug.
Hand Painted Door
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Jo, who used to work the booth with me painted this and the other door.

Small display shelf
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Mortar and pestles, containers, small turnings from $35 to $75.
 

Another view
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Goblets and bowls seen from another angle.
Sales counter and Display of Mugs
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Mugs can cost $60 to $100 depending on wood and figure, special sizes or woods are extra.
The other painted door. Jo does good work.
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The sign says Reincarnated Trees is 3 cubits away. I spend a lot of time defining a cubit.