Tudor rose pouch slider

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LARP bag closure
LARP bag closure
Medieval bag closure - brass color
Medieval bag closure - brass color
Medieval bag closure - silver color
Medieval bag closure - silver color
Medieval bag closure - back side
Medieval bag closure - back side
LARP bag closure in use
LARP bag closure in use
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Bag closure for LARP and medieval.

This medieval-style pouch fastener was inspired by models of medieval tracery, which were widely used as a design element in the Gothic period.

With the medieval bag closure, you can close bags and pouches in LARP and medieval reenactment with a drawstring in a practical and elegant way.

To close the bags you just have to put a leather cord over the closing button and lead it through two holes on the front of the bag, which will close the bag reliably. Simply practical for every kind of bag, no matter if in LARP, Middle Ages or everyday life.

The medieval bag closure is made of zinc alloy casting and is available in brass or silver color.

Diameter: 2.2 cm.

On the back of the medieval bag closure has a 5 mm long pin on which a small cap is simply placed for fastening. With a few light hammer blows the closure button can then be attached to the base material.
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Bag closure for LARP and medieval.

This medieval-style pouch fastener was inspired by models of medieval tracery, which were widely used as a design element in the Gothic period.

With the medieval bag closure, you can close bags and pouches in LARP and medieval reenactment with a drawstring in a practical and elegant way.

To close the bags you just have to put a leather cord over the closing button and lead it through two holes on the front of the bag, which will close the bag reliably. Simply practical for every kind of bag, no matter if in LARP, Middle Ages or everyday life.

The medieval bag closure is made of zinc alloy casting and is available in brass or silver color.

Diameter: 2.2 cm.

On the back of the medieval bag closure has a 5 mm long pin on which a small cap is simply placed for fastening. With a few light hammer blows the closure button can then be attached to the base material.
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