Renaissance brooch from the picture Petrus Christus "The goldsmith in his shop, possibly Saint Eligius" 1449. Glass gems, perls, gold plaiting. Width 45 mm, height 82 mm.
A 'pelican' brooch. Burgundy, XV c. Garnet, blue spinel, pearls, gilding. Video review here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMztfJDYhP4
Brooch from the portrait of John the Fearless Duke of Burgundy, first quarter of the XV century. Gems, black perls, gold plaiting.
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-pendant from painting of Maria of Burgundy 1458-1482 - Niclas Reiser. Gilding, pearls, enamel, glass gems. Width 3.5 cm, height 7 cm.
Burgundian brooche-pendant with green stone of Mary of Burgundy, early XVI c. Width 3.5 cm, height 7 cm. Artist: Master H.A. or A.H. (Austrian, Tirol (?), active late 1520s). Date: 1528.
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.
Renaissance borooche by the picture Petrus Christus "The goldsmith in his shop, possibly Saint Eligius" 1449. Glass gems, perls, gold plaiting Width 40 mm, height 42 mm.
Cross pendant from British Museum, late Medieval period, 1401-1464. Height 4 cm, gilding, gems and perls.
Renaissance borooche by the picture Jean Changenet - Three Prophets (AC 1490) Height 4 cm, glass gems, perls, gold plaiting.
Renaissance brooch by the picture Petrus Christus "The goldsmith in his shop, possibly Saint Eligius" 1449. Glass gems, perls, gold plaiting. Width 42 mm, height 48 mm.
Beautiful 15c brooche, England or France. Length 55 mm, width 32 mm. Swarowski gems, perls, gold plaiting.
Brooch from Portrait of Narr Pock, jester at the court of the emperor Maximilian I, dressed as a fool. Tyrolean School, probably Innsbruck, circa 1515. Width 48 mm, height 57 mm.
Scandinavian strapend from Gotland, X c. Will fit for strap 18 mm.
Review about items
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.
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.
Item was as displayed. The finish was as you would expect of a buckle for this period for that extra touch of verisimilitude.