Medieval European br...
Medieval European brass buckle, XV century
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Medieval decorative English buckle with mount is a high-quality reconstruction of its historical analogue. As we know, armor and everyday clothing were boasts of owner. They pointed out social status of wearer. Such buckles are classics of those times and we can meet them in museums of the United Kingdom. Decorative buckle with mount is a necessary thing for medieval costume. Square-shaped buckle with frame, it is consisted of two details with locking prong. Metal plate is ornamente...
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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 buckle of the 1350-1480 years is a reconstruction of accessories of the Western Europe of those times. Men's and women's medieval costumes of the XIV-XV centuries are notable for bright colors. Clothing of that period allowed different additions. So-called Burgundian fashion, fine and picturesque, becomes trendy. Accessories were complementing look and pointing wealth of wearer. Buckle was not only fixing belt, but was also a bright part of outfit. ...
Simple medieval buckle is a reconstruction of its analogue of the XIV-XV centuries. Original sample is kept in museum of Churburg Castle. In the Middle Ages, people paid great attention not only to clothing, but to accessories too. Numerous paintings and museum showpieces testify that. In the XIV-XV centuries, buckles were being casted of hard bronze. This simple, firm and high-quality buckle will be perfect attire for any men's or women's costume. Material: bronze. ...
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...
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...
Medieval English bronze buckle is a reconstruction of accessories of the 1200-1500 years. It is laconic and simple. We are basing on the museum samples. In the Middle Ages, belt with buckle had not only practical role, but also was an adornment and pointed out social status of owner. Bronze buckle is beautiful and durable attire. It is suitable as for men's so for women's clothing. Belt of black or brown leather will be perfect for this oval buckle with locking prong. Med...
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