Belt strapend, England, late 14 - early 15th c, Dress Acsessories (London's Archeology). Size 73 x 15 mm. For 15 mm strap
Medieval Badge. St. Adrian - a sign of pilgrimage to Geraardsbergen in Flanders where a shrine in his name was located. Almost all Adrian badges have been found in the delta area of Zeeland, Holland. There too, Adrian must have been a particularly beloved saint. 1425-75. May be worn as pendant due to an eyelet on the top. Size 65 x 35 mm
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.
England 15th century 20mm width, require buckle with 30mm width
German belt mount, mid 15th cent. From the book Waffen und Kleidung der Spatgotik. hight 22 mm
Obscene Badge. Holland, 1350-1400. Size 35 x 30 mm
Belt mount. From the book "Dress Acsessories" #1027. Size 23 mm
English button, 14th cent. Size D14 x L14 mm
French belt mount, the end of 14th century, Metropoliten Museum Size 20 mm
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