All work is unique and done for the individual, prices can vary widely depending on the amount of research needed, the complexity of the design, number of pigments / coats of paint needed and the quality of finish required, so contact Shieldmaiden with a description of your requirement for an accurate estimate.
As a guide, a Full weight fighting shield unpainted costs from £40 to £80 to source (that ranges from small round shields through heater shields to large tear-drop, Norse or Celtic shields).
On top of that, at one end of the scale, simple design shields, where I am given good quality reference material, painted for battlefield use [bold painting and two layers of varnish, including the back of the shield] will cost from £72 to paint up.
At the other end, a full show piece in fine brush work, with complex
charges, especially those rendered 'proper' or having multiple Celtic knot work animals on it, which I have had to research or design from scratch, will cost upwards of £160 to paint.
Wall plaques [round, square / lozenge or shield etc. shaped] would cost from £25 for three colours, and one coats varnish. More complex shapes, designs, research etc. would put the price up accordingly.
Use of real gold or silver leaf will instantly add a minimum of £20 (just to
cover costs of material) rising with size or complexity of object to be
leafed. Use of faux gold adds a minimum of £10.
Hobby horses cost from £100 made from card / £50 for wood. Specific appearance and additions like bridle bells etc will add to the prices.
Gonfalons (single sided) cost from £70. Banners, flags and ships pennants (two sided) will cost from £140. Small pennants (double sided) cost from £70.
Be aware that some of these items are large and heavy and postage and packing costsmay be high. I will include postage and packaging as a separate item in any estimate. Collection from MSS meets or fairs is a possibility.