Wood was one of the most available building materials in the early Middle Ages. Many household items were made of wood. Various small and large archaeological excavations of the Vikings and Slavs clearly support this. With the assistance of reconstructed historical tools we create household goods such as seating furniture, tables, shelves, small stools, spoons and spatulas, dress pins and crafts needles as well as beds made of wood.

We reconstruct only selected items. The templates for this are original excavated items from our chosen period and location. The major part of our setting is oriented to the time and the style of our portrayal. To preserve natural materials, we try to use natural and artistic enhancement of these items. We present this craft in practical experiments.