Early medieval viking disc brooch from Birka, 9th-10th century. It is with gold plating on photo. Diameter 5 cm
Viking fibula from Birka, 10th century. Size D70mm
Medieval badge. England, 14-15 cent. Most cast items are not in stock and will be produced exactly for you in 10 days term. Gilted Items could be in production up to 20 days.
Belt mount for the belt from Baden-Baden Museum, 14th cent., France. For the strap 20 mm
Spheric button which was used in Scandinavia. 10-11 c. Size D12 x L17 mm
Medieval belt set includes: 1. Medieval custom decorative bronze buckle Germany Buckle attachment, Germany. Stylized design. Buckle attachment consists of buckle itself and of decorative brass plates to attach the buckle onto belt strap. Buckle attachment goes as a whole item just as you see on the picture and can not be sold in parts. 2. Medieval decorative bronze strapend Forked spacer plate strapend, Germany, 15th century. 3. Leather Straps - width 30mm When ordering a belt please point out the length and color you want.
Strap end from Bargello museum, Florence. Italy 15 c for 24 mm strap
Female Lion Strapend for the German female belt "with disks". From medieval painting by Rogier van der Weyden "Deposition from the Cross", 1435. This type of strapends was alway worn in pairs. Size 105 x 50 mm. For 20 mm strap. Price per pair Important: Most cast items are not in stock and will be produced exactly for you in 10 days term. Gilted Items could be in production up to 20 days.
Viking time oval Fibula. Very well known type of female viking time clothes decoration. Also known as turtle fibula. It was used to fasten hangerok - scandinavian apron-like female clothes worn over the shirt. Type P according to Petersen classification. The bulges are silvered. Middle 10 c., found on Rus territory. Size L103 x W63 x H28 mm PRICE PER PAIR
Buckle attachment, France, late 14- early 15c. For 24 mm strap
Crowned heart - love symbol. Words on the scroll "herte be trewe" - "heart be true". Badges were used by medieval pilgrims as souvenirs from the holy places which they had attended, as tangible proves of attendance such a holy place. Each place of cult had it's own badges so seeing a pilgrim wearing certain badges one could name the places which this pilgrim had visited. Also, so called secular badges existed which could belong to an authority or a noble who gave these badges to his/her courtiers, srevants, supporters and so on. Badges commemorating a major event existed, too.
Belt mount, 15th cent. From te book 'Dress Acessories', #1227 Size 25 mm
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