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Brooches and fasteners
We were inspired by work of Dutch artist Petrus Christius "A Goldsmith in his Shop", when creating this medieval cast bronze brooch. This beautiful brooch will adorn any woman’s medeival dress. In category “Brooches and fasteners”, you may find more awesome accessories for your medieval outfit.
Late XV century brooch. Blue glass gem, pearls, gold plating.
Burgundian brooche-pendant, early XVI c. Width 3.5 cm, height 7 cm. Artist: Master H.A. or A.H. (Austrian, Tirol (?), active late 1520s). Date: 1528.
Cast bronze brooch is decorated with pearls and green onyx. There is an amazing attire for any woman’s medeival dress. Model of this medieval brooch is based on the painting of Dutch master Petrus Christius "A Goldsmith in his Shop" (1449 year). It is kept in Metropolitan Museum now. In category “Brooches and fasteners”, you may find more beautiful accessories for your medieval outfit.
Scandinavian fibula from Birka. 10 c. Size 70 mm
Medieval ornamented fastener for cloaks and capes is handcrafted of top-quality bronze and covered with enamel. There is a replica of medieval clasp from archaeological findings of the XIII-XV centuries. Diameter: 60 mm Bronze fastener will be perfect as for women’s, so for men’s medieval costume. More fibulas and clasps are available in category “Brooches and fasteners”.
Brooch from the Cleveland Necklace. Late 14 - early 15 century, made in Paris, France. Brass, gold plating, pearls, glass gems. Should be sewn on clothes or hats, no pins on the back side.
Brooch from Essen Minster treasure. Probably Dutchy or Burgundy, 14th-15th century. Diameter is ~6 cm (2,25 inches). In category “Brooches and fasteners”, you may find more awesome accessories for your medieval outfit.
Ring brooch, England 1275-1300 years. Diameter is ~6 cm (2,25 inches). Available with red or green gems. Contact us if you want different germ color [email protected] In category “Brooches and fasteners”, you may find more awesome accessories for your medieval outfit.
This replica of medieval bronze brooch of the XV century is based on the painting of Flemish artist Geertgen tot Sint Jans. Beautiful attire is adorned with glass cabochon of blue color. Brooch will decorate any woman’s dress of late Middle Ages. Size: 30*30 mm More models are available in category “Brooches and fasteners”.
Beautiful 15c brooche, England or France. Length 55 mm, width 32 mm. Swarowski gems, perls, gold plaiting.
Early post-medieval hooked-clasp, England, 15-16 c. Pag #424 from the book "Hooked-clasps and eyes" by Brian Read
Brooch for every day, medieval re-enectment or fantasy or LARP costumes with blue enamel and four rock-crystals beads. Material: strling silver, enamel, rock-crystal Size: 40 x 40 mm
Solar pendant. Cross in the circle symbolizes the Sun. The Eastern slavs, the town of Lutsk, 11th Century. Brass. Size 32 (with earlet) x 27 mm
Cross pendant from British Museum, late Medieval period, 1401-1464. Height 4 cm, gilding, gems and perls.
A 'pelican' brooch. Burgundy, XV c. Garnet, blue spinel, pearls, gilding. Video review here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMztfJDYhP4
This model of medieval cast bronze brooch with blue stone is based on the painting "A Goldsmith in his Shop" (Petrus Christius). Your woman’s medeival dress will look amazing with this attire. In category “Brooches and fasteners”, you may find more accessories for your medieval outfit.
Casted bronze clasp for a cloak or dress fastening, consists of two parts. There is lady's figure in center, and floral branches enclosed with circles. Size: 55 x 30 mm Dated: 1400s - 1500s AD
Late XV century brooch. Green glass gem, pearls, gold plating.
This replica of medieval brooch is made of bronze and decorated with green onyx. We may see such attire on the painting of Flemish artist Geertgen tot Sint Jans. Brooch of the XV century will be perfect adornment for your dress of the late Middle Ages. Size: 30*30 mm More models are available in category “Brooches and fasteners”.
Brooches and fasteners
Review about items
Absolutely gorgeous is the only way to describe it. A stunning piece of jewelry to add flair to your medieval cap!