Forged universal D-section with plaque - small
Forged universal D-section with plaque - small
Forged universal D-section with plaque - small
Forged universal D-section with plaque - small
Forged universal D-section with plaque - small
Forged universal D-section with plaque - small

Forged universal D-section with plaque - small

There is beauty in simplicity - usable from belts to shield belts.

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$16.94

Description

Belts in the early Middle Ages not only proved the status of the wearer. As you know, Vikings didn't have pockets. To carry everything they needed, they used various belt suspension systems. So such a belt needs to look beautiful, but also functional. Moreover, if you are a warrior, you need to rely on the quality of the product.  The buckles need to be able to withstand iron fighting, LARP and daily wear for years, not just a few walks outside the tent! Now you have such a quality product in front of you :)



Take advantage of the versatility of this type of buckle. It can be your main belt in case your swordsman's belt represents poorer and middle class men since the beginning of the Iron Age. Do you want an ornate belt? Use this one as a secondary to do all the work.

Tip: You can simply rivet the buckle with rivets you have at home. Or with our little cloves from the menu. You can also write to us and I'll send you a finished belt - but details need to be agreed in advance.

Size:   3,5 cm x 3 cm

Inner diameter: 2,5 cm

Recommended belt width: 2 cm

 

Product Details

Period
Early Middle Ages 7th - 11th century AD.
High and Late Middle Ages 11th - 16th century AD.
Material
Iron
Culture
Celts
Slavs
The Great Moravia
Vikings
product characteristic
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