Saint Christophe was a martyr of the III century. There are many legends about his life, though the most known is about him carrying a child across the river. This child was a Christ, who later Christianized Christophe and gave him that name (which means” Christ-bearer”). Christophe is a saint patron of pilgrims and travelers. So, you may see many artworks of them, wearing badges and pins with Christ image. Size: 30*40 mm Handcrafted bronze badge will be awesome attire for your medieval costume. More models are available in category “Badges”.
This bronze replica of medieval Dragon badge is based on the symbol of medieval chivalric Order of Dragon (established in the 1408 year by king of Hungary Sigismund von Luxembourg). You may see such badge on the numerous paintings, for example, portrait of Oswald von Wolkenstein. Dragon tail is wrapped around its neck; Saint George’s Cross is on the back of dragon. Size: 52*33 mm Handcrafted cast bronze badge will adorn your medieval knight costume. In category “Badges”, you will find more cast bronze badges for knights and pilgrims.
Cast bronze badge in shape of crossbow was popular accessory in military society in the XIV-XV centuries. This replica of English medieval badge is based on the archaeological findings. Such crossbow badge will perfectly adorn your medieval knight costume. Size: 32*30 mm In category “Badges”, you will find more cast bronze badges for knight and pilgrims.
In the Middle Ages, lamb was a Christian symbol of innocence, tenderness and forgiveness. Accessories with its image were very popular among people. Replica of bronze badge in shape of lamb is based on the archaeological findings of the XIV century. Lamb with cross stands on the banner with words “Gott Hilfe” (“God helps”). This cast bronze badge has pin for attaching to clothing. It will be perfect attire for your medieval costume. Size: 36*30 mm In category “Badges”, you will find more cast bronze badges for knight and pilgrims.
Medieval badge, made of bronze. It was i common use in the medieval times. Letter "A" could have few meanings: "A" for Ltin "Amor" ("Love") or "Ave Maria".
Obscene badge. Pilgrim. Double sided - one side proper, another side obscene. 1300-1350. Holland. May be worn as pendant due to an eyelet on the top. Size 52 x 28 mm
Bundle of arrows tied in the middle - a badge of Arthure, Prince of Wales (1486-1502) who was the son of Catherine of Aragon to whom the Pomegranate Branch Badge belonged.Badges were used by medieval pilgrims as souvenirs from the holy places which they had attended, as tangible proves of attendance such a holy place. Each place of cult had it's own badges so seeing a pilgrim wearing certain badges one could name the places which this pilgrim had visited. Also, so called secular badges existed which could belong to an authority or a noble who gave these badges to his/her courtiers, srevants, supporters and so on. Badges commemorating a major event existed, too. Size 60 x 35 m
Medieval Badge. Keys of the Kingdom of Heaven. Symbol of pilgrimage to Rome. 1450-1500. Found in Holland. Size 50 x 25 mm
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