Medieval English buc...
Medieval English buckle with mount, XIV-XV centuries
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Medieval decorative buckle with mount is dated by the late XIV – early XV centuries. This model is a reconstruction of a buckle, which Eric of Pomerania, king of Norway, Denmark and Sweden, was wearing on the belt. This delicate fine cast handicraft is a real piece of art. Frame features a rectangle with signs, symbols and lettering. From the one side, there is a floral ornament. Locking prong is placed in the middle. Buckle is perfect for reconstruction of medieval garment. S...
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. ..
Custom medieval brass buckle for armor and pouches is very handy and useful detail. There is a high-quality reconstruction of an accessory that is kept in museum’s collections and is pictured in the book-miniatures of those times. Reenactors and fans of history will like such buckle, as nor armor neither costume are getting along without belt fastenings. Material: brass. Buckle size: 33 x 26 mm. Strap width: 20 mm. ..
English medieval buckle of the XIV-XV centuries is a reconstruction of its historical analogue from England. Now, similar handiworks are kept in world museums. This bright and beautiful buckle will be perfect for men's or women's festive garment. Floral ornament and round shape go well together with clothing of green or brown colors. Buckle will look perfect on the belt of brown or black leather. Material: bronze. Buckle size: 57 x 45 mm. Strap width: 25-35 mm. ..
Buckle of the XIV-XV centuries is a reconstruction of the medieval handiworks. Design is based on the drafts of famous architect and restorer of the medieval buildings Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc. This buckle is refection of fashion trends and customs of epoch. All clothing of the late Middle Ages are complemented with accessories, not least of which is buckle. It is not only functional piece, but also sign of status. Buckle looks excellent. Owner really may be proud of it. ...
Medieval round buckle “Orlamunde” of the XIV-XV centuries is a reconstruction of buckle of margrave Otto von Orlamunde, who was buried in Himmelkron Abbey, (Bavaria, Germany). This accessory conforms its historical analogue. Such buckles were popular in Europe. They are found in grave and burial places and preserved in private collections and museums. You may often see such buckle on the tapestries, medieval paintings and miniatures. Another source of clothing and accesso...