• Medieval bronze belt buckle from Churburg museum Medieval bronze belt buckle from Churburg museum
    Medieval bronze belt buckle from Churburg museum

Medieval bronze belt...

Medieval bronze belt buckle from Churburg museum

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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.

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Here is one of the authentic samples of brigandine, that was recreated based on the materials of excavation of the Battle of Visby (1361).
This armour is perfect for medieval tournaments and battles.

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