Re: A&S Tokens
- I am new to the SCA. Why do you leave tokens at A&S displays? Are they for the displays you like or something else?
I am just curious.
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- I leave tokens as messangers of encouragement, to exclaim that someone found
this work to be most excellent and as a thank you for the artisan sharing
their talent with me, even in a small way.
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From: "Elsa Cumming" <avandris@...>
Sent: Monday, May 23, 2005 11:16 PM
Subject: [Authentic_SCA] Re: A&S Tokens
> I am new to the SCA. Why do you leave tokens at A&S displays? Are they for
the displays you like or something else?
> I am just curious.
>There are some events where people are given the opportunity to display items that they have made so that the general populace, not just A&S judges can have a look at their work. Sometimes this is done as a "Artisans Showcase" at a larger event, and sometimes there will be a time set aside for populace viewing of entrys.
> I am new to the SCA. Why do you leave tokens at A&S displays? Are
> they for the displays you like or something else?
Sometimes people (generally these are people who are either Laurels or heavily involved in the Arts) will leave a small token next to items that they find especially cool.
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- They're a way of expressing appreciation for an artisan's work. More
typically, it is Laurels who do this.
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- On Mon, 23 May 2005, Cynthia J Ley wrote:
> They're a way of expressing appreciation for an artisan'sWhile it is more typical, it certainly isn't exclusively the
> work. More typically, it is Laurels who do this.
Laurels who do this.
(not a Laurel)
Lyle H. Gray
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