Thursday, June 27, 2013

House of Ribbing


The last 8 of the 16 Perry Knights with retinue that I been painting the latest week will represent the Nobleman Peder Pedersson of the House of Ribbing.


Peder Pedersson was a Squire and member of the Swedish Privy Council. Unkbown birth year but signed a documents in 1438 and died in Jönköping 1474.


Peder Pedersson married Kristin Gustanvsdotter of the House of Sparre and they gor two sons, Nils and Knut.







20 comments:

  1. Another excellent unit. Well done.

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  2. Great looking unit Michael, nice work!

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  3. Lovely work! Great to see those figs can be used for sth. else than WOTR - and very inspirational! i am thinking about using the perry medievals fo the siege of Neuss 1474 campaign ;-)
    Best regards
    Stefan

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    1. Thanks Stefan !

      Burgundian Wars indeed ! Considering you painting skill it would surely be a stunning sight, looking forward to see it soon at your blog;)

      best regards Michael

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  4. Great looking unit, I particularly like the red and white helm and gorget!

    Cheers, Ross

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    1. Appreciated Ross !

      Got to give the tinmans some colours:)

      Best regards Michael

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  5. Thnak you all for appreciated comments !!!

    Best regards Michael

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  6. Those are bloody nice Michael and a little history as well.

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    1. Thanks Fran !

      Yes only a little history lesson today as I couldent find much about him, supouse it is because he newer got Knightet, at lest not according to any of my sources...

      Best regards Michael

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  7. Gorgeous work Michael, I could easily be distracted by some of these.

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    1. Glad to heare that Michael, Thanks !

      Best regards Michael

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  8. Very very nice work Michael!

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  9. Another superb looking unit, and flag! Makes me think I must get back to my Perry WotR.

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  10. Excellent looking stand - love the painted bevor and sallet. Best, Dean

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