Medieval buckle of t...
Medieval buckle of the 1470 year
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Brass clothing buckle of medieval England is a reconstruction of its analogue of the XIV-XV centuries. You may similar buckles on the paintings of medieval artists and in museum exhibitions. Knight armor, men's and women's festive garbs were real pieces of art in the Middle Ages. Belt buckles were completing every outfit – fabric or metal. Material: brass. Buckle size: 30 x 37 mm. Strap width: 22-26 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. ..
This medieval buckle of the 1200-1500 years is a reconstruction of a buckle from Zbarazh (Ternopil region, western Ukraine). This is an integral part of any medieval costume. Similar models were widespread throughout Europe. Cast buckle is made of bronze. In those times, belt with buckle was a necessary piece of an outfit of knight. As parts of armor, weapon and equipment are to be fixed easy and handy. Paintings of medieval artists and archaeological findings represent that. B...
Design of belt buckle is based on the images of medieval clothing from paintings of Flemish artists in the XIV-XV centuries. There is a reconstruction of buckles of those times. It conforms traditions and fashion of the Middle Ages. Accessories of medieval costume were not only a simple adornment, but also showing social status of owner. Buckle consists of frame and prong and looks nobly and decently. Firm handiwork shows very fine workmanship. The spirit of times and history ...