Wide fabric belt Since olden times, thin waist was a real jewel of female body. Charming hips’ curve and high breast, underlined with dividing strap, they please the eye and disquiet the imagination. Belt reigns in woman’s wardrobe for a long time, not even thinking of losing ground and becoming main accent of dress quite often. So, we decided to make amazing medieval lady belt for our beautiful women. Said & done. Tis model is wider that common medieval clothing belt, so it make waist slimmer and allow to make even the most simple medieval woman dress an elegant ensemble. Belt of contrast color will adorn your outfit and highlight color depth with its bright wid...
ARMING BELT FOR CHAUSSES WITH LEATHER PARTS This medieval chausses belt combines all the advantages of a classical arming belt for chausses, but at the same time has additional advantages: It fastens by leather straps with buckles, which allows you to adjust the overall length of the arming girdle belt. Arming chausses are attached not to the hosen belt itself, but to the additional leather pieces with punched holes, which provides a more convenient and reliable fastening for the arming chausses, brigandine or plate leg protection. Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm0KwqOe5qo A sensible choice for a fighter who wants to be absolutely sure how ...
10th century, Gnezdovo, Borre style. Length by default is 150 cm (59 inches).
Why would a fighter need a soft arming belt, you might ask. Well, really experienced fighters would not ask such a question, but we are always ready to advise our friends. If you are young and inexperienced, such a belt may seem like an unnecessary detail. You will be fine with any arming belt to fasten your chausses and plate legs. But a warrior with many battles behind him, who knows that the waist must be taken care of, just can't get past this belt. A thick quilted belt made of natural cotton or linen will perfectly encase your waist, supporting your back and reducing the strain on it. At the same time, its softness allows you to move freely and actively in battle? Layers of ...
This medieval chausses belt with suspenders combines all the advantages of a classical arming belt for chausses, but at the same time has additional advantages: It fastens by leather straps with buckles, which allows you to adjust the overall length of the arming girdle belt Suspenders relieves the weight of products tied to this belt A sensible choice for a fighter who wants to be absolutely sure how his foot protection fastened at SCA, HEMA, LARP end reenactment events, medieval festivals and stage performances. Do not forget to choose the type of your belt manufacturing. What do you prefer - machine or full hand type of sewing (historically correct second one offered for a...
Medieval leather belt, Germany, early 15th century Awesome and majestic Gothic architecture of Europe XII-XVI centuries reached its peak in the XV century, setting the tone not only architecture, but also lifestyle in general. If you had an occasion to visit Cologne, so you couldn’t but notice Cologne Cathedral, the third highest cathedral in the world and Gothic architectural pearl. Inspired by openwork arcs of this sample of high Gothic architecture, we followed in the footsteps of medieval artisans and embodied our impressions in this belt. Buckle and strapend look like pointed arcs of cathedral, uprushed to the sky, with midnight darkness of black leather, blinking in...
Belt with fittings from Goltland, 10 century. width 20 mm length by default is 150 cm (59 inches).
Belt with Gothic patterns, 15th century. Length by default is 150 cm (59 inches), width of the belt is 3 cm (1,18 inches).
Leather belt with "Orlamunde" buсkle, 14-15th century Ladies and gentlemen, please meet: Count Otto von Orlamünde, a man and a belt. Thanks to his belt and brigandine in particular, this Count became well-known to wider public of the XX-XXI centuries. Brigandine is not a subject matter for us today, but a belt is. Belt of excellent decedent, which is carved in details on his tombstone by unknown cutter, excites minds of people for the eight century in a row. Steel Mastery could not leave out this belt as well. However, we decided not to copy it, as a mass does, but create our own new one, basing on the style of famous belt. A model, which was inspired by Count Otto, but i...
ARMING BELT FOR CHAUSSES Ordinary medieval chausses were fastened to the brais belt. At the same time arming chausses need much more reliable fastening system, that is why arming belt for chausses appear. Strong and simple arming girdle made to securely hold both the arming chausses and brigandine or plate leg protection. Designed especially for fighters it is equally good for SCA, HEMA, LARP end reenactment events, medieval festivals and stage performances. Choose the type of your medieval hose belt manufacturing: machine one or full hand sewing (second one is historically correct and offered for additional costs). Base price medieval hosen belt includes (as...
Leather belt with Sphinx When you feel the need of accessory, which may properly complete outfit of wizard, who carries the light of knowledges in the Dark Times of the Middle Ages, so it is hard to make a choice. Fashion is complex, temperament is wild, the Church is harsh. So, not everybody is able to match plain, but classy belt. But you are lucky man, as we have a ready one for you! Patterned buckle and strapend with sphinxes and fanciful floral ornament shine on the severe black leather, just like under the rays of Egyptian midday sun. Belt mounts with tiny pyramids cover the space in between. Keep a look at the buckle, at this amazing ornamented casting. Unlike other medieval buckle...
Medieval belt with casting In the late XIV – early XV century, one of the most beautiful medieval belt with casting lyre-shaped buckle came into fashion. These elegant medieval accessories became stars at the antiquarian auctions now and our artisans were very inspired to create such awesome leather belt with lyre-shaped buckle and fine strapend in the same style. We covered belt with cast mounts in shape of asterial flowers. As a result, we got so delicate and beautiful little thing, that deserves to adorn even royal ensemble. *** Lyre-shaped buckle with an integral box chape, 1390-1420 years, Northamptonshire County Council *** Lyre-shaped buckle with a figure of S...
The price include 15 belt mounts, casting strapend and buckle. You can choose brown, black or red leather for the belt. Length by default is 150 cm (59 inches), width of the belt is 3 cm (1,18 inches).
Medieval velvet belt will complete your look. In the main photo you see belt with gilding casting. The wifth of the belt is 6 cm (2,36 inches).
Length ap. 100 cm (39.4 in) Width 5,5 cm (2 in) Source: Grabmal des Hugues de Chatelus, Roanne, Museum, late14th century, France The belt assembled on the thick natural leather (cherry colour) with 20 square plaques. Plaques size 45x45x10 mm. You can order extra additional removable piece with any number of mounts which fixes with a help of decorated pin. With the help of such additional elements your belt can be adjusted for the costume and armour. Please write it to our client managers: [email protected] We can assemble girdle on the thick inside and thin outside lether or thick leather inside and silk velvet outside. Colours of leather and/or&nb...
Source: Elford, Staffordshire, St. Peter's Сhurch, monument to sir John Stanley , late14th century, England Length ap. 108 cm (42.5 in) Width 6 cm (2.36) The belt assembled on the thick natural leather and thin upper layer of red leather with 20 pyramid shaped plaques. Plaques size 50x50x25 mm You can order extra additional removable piece with any number of mounts which fixes with a help of decorated pin. With the help of such additional elements your belt can be adjusted for the costume and armour size. You can choose colors of transparant enamel: blue, red, green, or any color of non-transarent enamel. Please write it to our client managers: sal...
Sparkling as a sun, beautiful as a fairy tale, luxurious as a treasure chest. Knight’s belt worthy of the king himself. This gorgeous medieval belt design based on the drawings of Viollet le Duc, with his reference to the manuscript of the Statutes of the Order of the Holy Spirit (1352). We used bronze, gilding, glass stone and natural leather to create this perfect knight’s girdle. Put it on and you’ll get everyone attention at reenactment events, medieval festivals and stage performances. You can use it in SCA, HEMA and Larp activities. Basic price includes following options: - Belt width 6,5 cm; - Belt length 98 cm; - 9 round plaques 55x55 mm with 6 gemstones (5 g...
Review about items
Love it! The metal is detailed beautifully, and the leather is thick, sturdy, and good quality.
Nice simple belt, looks great leather and brass is really nice. I went with striking red to contrast with my mainly dark blue coat and surcoat.