Medieval English cas...
Medieval English cast brass buckle
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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 bronze belt buckle is made according to the historical analogues of the XIII-XVI centuries. It looks very elegant: locking prong between heart-shaped oval and ornamented rectangle. Such buckle will be perfect addition for brown or black belt of natural leather. It is suitable for men or women medieval garment. Buckle is durable and reliable; it keeps fashion trends and style of the Middle Ages. Medieval belt strapend "Anchor" of the XIV-XV centuries perfectly matches...
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 ...
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...