Alessandra da Montefeltro

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Baronessa Alessandra da Montefeltro, OP
Photo courtesy of Mark Virtue
Azure, an open book and on a chief Or a quill pen fesswise between two lozenges Gules (Nov-2013)

Current Local Branch


  • Retinue
  • Marshal, Senior Heavy Marshal & Junior Missile Combat Marshal
  • Lists, local to kingdom level
  • Pewter casting
  • Glass etching
  • Silk painting
  • Embellishment, especially blackwork

Offices Held

  • First event - September Crown 1995 (AS XXX)
  • Subscribing Member, 1996 to Present
  • Kingdom Lists Minister (KLM), January 2003 to January 2007
  • Crier Listings Editor, February 2011 to 2019
  • Deputy Seneschal of the Barony of Wyewood, April 2013 to April 2015
  • Seneschal of the Barony of Wyewood, April 2015 to September 2016
  • Baroness of the Barony of Wyewood, September 24, 2016 to August 3, 2019
  • Kingdom Curia Clerk, December 2021 to Present


Non-Armigerous Awards

Guild Memberships

My Silk Painting

While attending Sport of Kings in 2011 and again in 2013 I took a silk banner painting class from Aldgudana Gunnarsdottir. My first attempt at silk painting in 2011 was ruined when a breeze caught the fabric while the gutta was still wet. The fabric folded and my design went 'SPLAT!' However, I didn't want to give up, so in 2013 I purchased silk paddle fans from [Dharma Trading Company]. These are already fixed to a frame so the breezes on site weren't a problem. The difference was Amazing and I am Hooked! As soon as I got home I ordered gutta and silk paints and produced 14 more designs. 12 of these were submitted to the An Tir Dirty Dozen Donation Derby (aka D4) at September Crown 2013.

My Blackwork

My Pewter Work

I am a proud member of the An Tir Pewterer's Guild. Most of these tokens were commissioned from the Guild.

My Glass Etching Work

I have worked on many items, but the majority of them are made to be given away and I often don't manage to take photos first.