Gypsy Troll

Business Address: 14104 Dubuque Road
Snohomish, WA 98290
Snohomish County

Business Contact: Alix Stuckel
Owner
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Service Disabled Veteran Owned | Army, Separated | Member since November 26th, 2014

Gypsy Troll specializes in costuming and accessories for medieval, Renaissance, and Cosplay. We create unique items out of chainmail, scalemail, leather, horn, and many other mediums.

Chainmail: Poi, Gypsy belts, Juggling Balls, Whips (3 and 9 prong)

Scalemail: Bodices, Roses, Armor piece.

Drinking Vessels: Horns, Leather Cups, Wood Cups, Bottles with Chainmail strapping.

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Military service taught me to stand on my own, to depend on myself to get things done.

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