Medieval buckle, 110...
Medieval buckle, 1100-1500s
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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 cast brass buckle of the XIV-XV centuries is made according to the archaeological findings. This high-quality reconstruction conforms customs and fashion of the Middle Ages. There were special interest to the clothing and adornments in the Middle Ages. Armor was not only protecting an owner, but also adding an impressive dignity. Expensive outfit was a boast for its owner. So, it is not surprising that such garment were requiring bright accessories. Strict and noble look...
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 a...