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Buttons, hooks, pins
A medieval spiral design chape to decorate and reinforce laces ends.Brass. Size 36 x 5 mm. Inner hole D4 mm
Diameter 16 mm Perfect for medieval outfits
From the third quarter of 15th century there fasion to lace up male or female garments with decorated eyelets. There were veriaty of different eyelets. These are very tiny and nice Size: 13x12 mm Hole diameter: 4 mm Price is for 1 unit.
Cast button with flower pattern. Mediel is based on the buttons dated 1050 - 1470 years. Diameter 11 mm.
English button, 14th cent. Size D14 x L14 mm
Based on the archaeological findings. Dated XIII-XVI centuries. Diameter 13 mm
Model is based on the archaeological findings. Diameter: 11 mm.
14th cent. button, copy after archeological finding. Size D13 x L14 mm
Diameter 9 mm. Model is based on the archaeological findings. Such buttons were popular in Europe in the X-XV centuries.
14th century English button. After the archeological finding. Size D13 x L15 mm Important: Most cast items are not in stock and will be produced exactly for you in 10-15 days term. Gilted Items could be in production up to 25 days. Armour that not is stock need some discussion first. Terms for production about 2 months.
This model of button is perfect for medieval outfits. Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPFPVs5-5eE
Based on the archaeological findings. Dated XV-XVI century Diameter 17 mm
These cast bronze buttons of the XIII-XV centuries were widespread in medieval Europe. As men, so women were using such accessories as clothing fasteners. This medieval button is based on the archaeological findings. Diameter: 9 mm If you want larger button, check out this model of the similar design, but with the diameter of 11 mm. More cast bronze clothing fasteners are in category “Buttons, hooks, pins”.
Diameter 11 mm Based on the archaeological findings. Such button is perfect for any medieval outfit.
Typical pearl-shaped medieval button of the X-XV centuries, based on the archaeological findings. Diameter: 9 mm
A medieval round chape to decorate and reiforce laces ends. Brass. Size 32 x 6 mm. Inner hole D4 mm.
14th cent. button from 'Dress Accessories'. Size D13 x L14 mm
Buttons, hooks, pins