Schedule and Services

2018 Early American Life awarded artist!

Considered THE preferred jewelry vendor for living historians, reenactors, weddings, proms, special occasions, movies, costumers, author book signings, TV shows, everyday wear, or just for fun!  

Perfect for TV shows and movies - quick turnaround with ready made jewelry.

If having your wedding at a historic site - consider wearing some of my jewelry as something "old" or even "new."  I always give a great discount as my gift to you.

The Gray Horse is an approved sutler of the British Brigade and Continental Line reenactment organizations.

My Schedule for 2019

5 January - British Brigade/Continental Line Annual Business Meeting, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

26 January - Jewelry, Hair and Make-Up in the time of Mrs. Mary Chew Paca with Eliza Leigh Vincz, Winter Lecture Series, Historic Annapolis, Paca House and Gardens, Annapolis, Maryland

23 February - Dressing 18th Century with Kerry McClure, Winter Lecture Series, Historic Annapolis, Paca House and Gardens, Annapolis, Maryland

16-17 March - Military thru The Ages (MTA)Jamestown Settlement and American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, Virginia

24-28 April - Fort Frederick Market and Fair, Big Pool, Maryland

4-5 May - Revolutionary War Reenactment, George Washington's Mount Vernon, Virginia

25 May - 1774 Chestertown Tea Party Festival (CTPF), Chestertown, Maryland

14-15 September - Mount Vernon Market and Fair, George Washington's Mount Vernon, Virginia

12-13 October - Revolutionary War Reenactment, Mount Harmon Plantation, Earleville, Maryland

26 October - Hearth Cooking Demonstration and Tea at Patrick Henry's Scotchtown, Beaverdam, Virginia

Talks and Events
K. Walters at the Sign of the Gray Horse offers a range of presentations on jewelry from the 18th century to the mid-19th century showcasing general to indepth research by providing useful guidance for the living historian and general public.  (fee based)

As an expert hearth cook, I also provide hearth cooking demonstrations or presentations focusing on 18th Century cooking using recipes and other techniques included in my book, A Book of Cookery, by a Lady and soon to be released Tea in 18th Century America.  (fee based)

If you are interested in having me for a presentation or selling jewelry at your event or venue, please contact me at


- Consultant to many historic sites on jewelry (fee based)

- Sells Ready Made and Bespoke 17th Century, 18th Century, 19th Century jewelry. I try and represent the styles of jewelry from several decades that include the Renaissance, Rococo, Baroque, Georgian, Federal, Regency, Civil War, and Victorian Styles in Reproduction and Inspired Pieces

- Makes Custom necklaces, earrings, and bracelets, neck ruffles, and does some repair, etc.

- Provides consulting for wearing jewelry for your impression (free and/or fee based depending on request)

- Gives presentations on jewelry - specializes on 1725-1825 time period.  (fee based)

- Available as a model for mid to late 18th century advertising and promotional needs (fee based)

- Works with historic sites to use on loan or purchase my jewelry pieces for special and permanent displays for museum collections, or for fundraising (varies - inquire if interested) which includes:

Displays ~

- Museum of the American Revolution, Philadelphia

- Paca House & Gardens, Historic Annapolis, Maryland

Paca House and Gardens, Historic Annapolis, Maryland

- Darnall's Chance House Museum, Maryland

Middleton Place, Charleston, South Carolina
Miller-Corey House, Westfield, New Jersey

~ Fundraisers ~
- George Washington's Mount Vernon, Virginia
- Schuyler Mansion, Albany, New York
- Washington Crossing Historic Park, Pennsylvania
- Historic London Town & Gardens, Maryland
- Mount Clare Museum House, Maryland
- Genesee Country Village and Museum, New York
- Gadsby's Tavern & Museum, Historic Alexandria, Virginia
- Costume Society of America