About Cast buckles
This medieval buckle of the 1100-1500 years is a reconstruction of its historical analogue, which was found in Zbarazh (Ukraine). Beautiful and original belt buckle will be suitable for both men's and women's outfit. It conforms to archaeological findings and showpieces from museums. Frame resembles wings of butterfly. Ornament looks grand and is good as for festive event, so for daily use. This handcrafted cast buckle of the noble metal is a real piece of art. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 19 x 15 mm. Strap width: 10-15 mm.
Medieval buckle “Butterfly” of the XIV-XV centuries is made of high-quality bronze. This model is a reconstruction of samples that are kept in museum of Churburg Caste. Museum is famous for great collection of medieval armor, clothing and artefacts. As military outfit, so civil clothing was not getting along without a considerable amount of belts and buckles for them. Belts, baldrics, shield belts, straps for armor fastening were requiring reliable fixation and big amount of buckles. Quality, materials and shapes were showing wealth and social status of wearer. Buckle is a belt fixation and adornment at the same time. Frame of buckle consists of two connected ellipses in shape of...
Medieval oval cast buckle of the XIII-XV centuries has fine and laconic shape. Such buckle totally conforms traditions and fashion of the Middle Ages. Design of buckle is based on the museum samples and images of knights on the paintings of the XIII-XV centuries. Belt buckles were good addition as for military outfit, so for civil clothing. This model consists of frame and fixing prong (tongue). Buckle will look good together with belt of brown or black leather. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 25 x 18 mm. Strap width: 10-12 mm.
Simple medieval buckle is a reconstruction of its analogue of the XIV-XV centuries. Original sample is kept in museum of Churburg Castle. In the Middle Ages, people paid great attention not only to clothing, but to accessories too. Numerous paintings and museum showpieces testify that. In the XIV-XV centuries, buckles were being casted of hard bronze. This simple, firm and high-quality buckle will be perfect attire for any men's or women's costume. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 32 x 24 mm. Strap width: 15-18 mm.
Medieval belt buckle from Churburg Museum is made of high-quality bronze. Museum of Churburg Castle (South Tyrol) is famous for its large collection of medieval armor and clothing. Belt buckle was one of the most important accessory in medieval times. It had not only functional role. This adornment was also showing social status of owner. All parts of buckle were handmade of noble metals. This cast buckle is a reconstruction of museum pieces. Shape is simple and elegant. Frame resembles two birch leaves. Locking prong is firm and robust. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 40 x 24 mm. Strap width: 15-18 mm.
Buckle, England, late 13- early 14th century, Dress Acsessories 312 (London's Archeology). Brass Size 25 x 27 mm. For strap width 16-18 mm
Medieval custom brass buckle is a reconstruction of accessory of the XIV century. Such attires were popular throughout Europe and used for military and fashionable clothing. This buckle of laconic design will be more suitable for men's garment. Material: brass. Buckle size: 22 x 29 mm. Strap width: 16-20 mm.
Medieval English brass buckle is made according to its analogue of the XIV-XV centuries. Those times, accessories were attiring as military clothing, so civil garments. Historical findings, images on the medieval paintings, engravings and miniatures prove that. Often, buckle was playing not the less role, than condition of fabric, for example. Outfit could look shabby, but buckle and buttons did have to be in perfect condition. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 25 x 30 mm. Strap width: 15-18 mm.
Medieval European belt buckle is a reconstruction of accessories of the XIII-XV centuries. The Middle Ages have own peculiarities in style and fashion. One of them is a great variety of belts and buckles, included to the medieval costume. This is not surprising, as Velcro fasteners, snappers and zippers had not been invented yet. Belt and buckle were both an adornment and everyday objects. We may see in museums, book-miniatures, paintings and even on the church frescos, how accessories (especially cast buckles) of those times looked like. Design of this model is based on the sample that is kept in Churburg Castle. It is handcrafted, keeping up traditions: casting, bronze, typica...
Medieval custom brass buckle is a reconstruction of buckle, founded during archaeological excavations in England. This accessory of the medieval clothing is dated by the late XIV – early XV centuries. Simple and laconic buckle will be suitable as for armour, so for men's outfit. Material: brass. Buckle size: 28 x 31 mm. Strap width: 20-22 mm.
Custom medieval brass buckle for armor and pouches is very handy and useful detail. There is a high-quality reconstruction of an accessory that is kept in museum’s collections and is pictured in the book-miniatures of those times. Reenactors and fans of history will like such buckle, as nor armor neither costume are getting along without belt fastenings. Material: brass. Buckle size: 33 x 26 mm. Strap width: 20 mm.
Medieval brass buckle for pouches and armour is a reconstruction of its historical analogues from Churburg Castle. Museum of Churburg keeps one of the largest collection of medieval armament (about 50 full armor kits) and accessories for it. A lot of accessories are indicative of preferences of medieval times. Belt with buckles were in common use. Knights were fastening armor, load on the horses, baldric for weapon and bags with it. This simple and laconic buckle is dated by the XV century. High-quality firm frame consists of two symmetric ovals with locking prong in the middle. Material: brass. Buckle size: 33 x 26 mm. Strap width: 20 mm.
This medieval buckle of the 1200-1500 years is a reconstruction of a buckle from Zbarazh (Ternopil region, western Ukraine). This is an integral part of any medieval costume. Similar models were widespread throughout Europe. Cast buckle is made of bronze. In those times, belt with buckle was a necessary piece of an outfit of knight. As parts of armor, weapon and equipment are to be fixed easy and handy. Paintings of medieval artists and archaeological findings represent that. Buckle looks laconic and simple, in style of that epoch. It consists of oval-shaped frame and locking prong. Buckle is suitable for men's and women's costumes. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 26 x 22 mm. ...
Medieval English bronze buckle is a reconstruction of accessories of the 1200-1500 years. It is laconic and simple. We are basing on the museum samples. In the Middle Ages, belt with buckle had not only practical role, but also was an adornment and pointed out social status of owner. Bronze buckle is beautiful and durable attire. It is suitable as for men's so for women's clothing. Belt of black or brown leather will be perfect for this oval buckle with locking prong. Medieval belt strapend of the Western Europe makes amazing cast belt set together with this buckle. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 26 x 22 mm. Strap width: 16-22 mm.
Medieval European brass buckle of the XV century corresponds to its historic analogue that we can see in the collection of museum of Churburg Castle. Plenty of accessories shows of preferences of medieval times. Belt with buckles were in common use. Knights were fastening armor, load on the horses, baldric for weapon and bags with it. This handcrafted brass buckle will be suitable as for clothing, so for armor. Reenactors and fans of history will duly appreciate this firm and nice handicraft. Material: brass. Buckle size: 33 x 26 mm. Strap width: 20 mm.
Design of belt buckle is based on the images of medieval clothing from paintings of Flemish artists in the XIV-XV centuries. There is a reconstruction of buckles of those times. It conforms traditions and fashion of the Middle Ages. Accessories of medieval costume were not only a simple adornment, but also showing social status of owner. Buckle consists of frame and prong and looks nobly and decently. Firm handiwork shows very fine workmanship. The spirit of times and history of Europe are embodied in this buckle. Authentic medieval custom bronze strapend of the XIV century will be great addition to this cast buckle. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 20 x 40 mm....
Brass clothing buckle of medieval England is a reconstruction of its analogue of the XIV-XV centuries. You may similar buckles on the paintings of medieval artists and in museum exhibitions. Knight armor, men's and women's festive garbs were real pieces of art in the Middle Ages. Belt buckles were completing every outfit – fabric or metal. Material: brass. Buckle size: 30 x 37 mm. Strap width: 22-26 mm.
Medieval bronze buckle of the 1350-1480 years is a reconstruction of accessories of the Western Europe of those times. Men's and women's medieval costumes of the XIV-XV centuries are notable for bright colors. Clothing of that period allowed different additions. So-called Burgundian fashion, fine and picturesque, becomes trendy. Accessories were complementing look and pointing wealth of wearer. Buckle was not only fixing belt, but was also a bright part of outfit. Pinked frame is original and suitable for women’s and men’s garb. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 37 x 39 mm Strap width: 23-31 mm.
Custom medieval English buckle is dated by the late XIV – early XV centuries. Accessories and attires for civil and military garments played a great role in the fashion of medieval England. Paintings of artists and archaeological findings prove that. Cast bronze buckle has laconic ad simple design. We use only high-quality materials for manufacture, so such buckle will be durable during the years. Also, we offer English medieval decorative custom belt strapend that perfectly matches this buckle. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 34 x 40 mm. Strap width: 28-30 mm.
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Beautiful and very solid buckle. The images don't do it justice at all. Well worth every penny spent! Well complimented with these XIV Century buckles (https://steel-mastery.com/medieval-custom-brass-buckle-xiv-century.html) if making a larger piece.
Purchased these first at a medieval fair and they fitted perfectly for my medieval pouches. They look nice and are of great quality!
Item was as displayed. The finish was as you would expect of a buckle for this period for that extra touch of verisimilitude.
Very nice buckle. While not a smaller (set) version of the Western European medieval buckle, XIV-XV centuries (https://steel-mastery.com/western-european-medieval-buckle-xiv-xv-centuries.html) they compliment each other well when used in conjunction. Solid buckle, well recommended.