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Belt was a necessary part of middle ages era clothing. There where not many situations when man in these times could be seen without belt and it was almost always extraordinary. So when you are thinking about medieval clothes, you also must remember about a belt – here is the place which can help with deciding it.

The variety of belts, buckles, endings, eyelets is really huge in preserved examples and iconography. Products in this category show only a small part of samples in this scope. There is always possibility to order something new on the base of iconography or archaeological finds. Of course you can order only metal elements to make the belt yourself or upgrade already possessed belt - in such a case please check Lost-wax moulded elements category.

PostHeaderIcon B06. Belt with metal decorations and embroidery

Belt with leather decorated with embroidery. Metal parts are brass and silvered brass (flower shape mounts).

Price: 240 EUR



PostHeaderIcon B07. Belt with brass and silvered brass elements

A brown, leather belt with brass and silvered brass elements. Additionally decorated with embroidery.

Price: 240 EUR

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PostHeaderIcon B08. Otto von Orlamünde belt replica

This belt recreates the example from XIV century german effigy of knight Otto von Orlamünde (visible in last picture below).

Price: 220 EUR

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PostHeaderIcon B09. Flemish, wide belt parts

Extremaly decorative silver (or gilded silver ) elements for reconstruction of XV c. belt. The basis for this extraordinary work was Rogier van der Weyden's 'Portrait of young woman', circa 1455, now in National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (detail visible on last picture below). There are shown two versions - silver and gilded silver, belt width about 54mm.

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PostHeaderIcon B10. Knight's belt

Leather, knight's belt with many highly decorative brass elements.

Price: 400EUR