Medieval Acorn-Button

Art.Nr.: 06 Button Eich
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Medieval acorn-button replica
Medieval acorn-button replica
Acorn-shaped button of bronze
Acorn-shaped button of bronze
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Bronze  
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Medieval button in the shape of an acorn.

This elegant medieval button in the shape of an acorn is made according to a historical model from the Tudor period and is perfect for the garments of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

With the solid cast-on eyelet on the underside, the medieval button can be sewn onto the garment with just a few stitches.

The medieval button acorn has the size: 1.2 cm. and is made of high-quality bronze.

Buttons in the shape of spheres or acorns were widespread in the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. However, the button comes into fashion rather late and there is hardly any evidence of it before the middle of the 13th century.

The button in the Middle Ages was usually made of pewter, but also of brass or bronze, but in the early 14th century buttons covered with fabric also appeared. In the Middle Ages, buttons with small eyelets were particularly common.

The button shape we are familiar with today, with two or four holes, was hardly common before the 16th century. In contrast to today, the button in the Middle Ages was usually attached directly to the edge of the garment. An eyelet then sat on the opposite side, which always left a narrow gap between the two sides of the garment.
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Medieval button in the shape of an acorn.

This elegant medieval button in the shape of an acorn is made according to a historical model from the Tudor period and is perfect for the garments of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

With the solid cast-on eyelet on the underside, the medieval button can be sewn onto the garment with just a few stitches.

The medieval button acorn has the size: 1.2 cm. and is made of high-quality bronze.

Buttons in the shape of spheres or acorns were widespread in the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. However, the button comes into fashion rather late and there is hardly any evidence of it before the middle of the 13th century.

The button in the Middle Ages was usually made of pewter, but also of brass or bronze, but in the early 14th century buttons covered with fabric also appeared. In the Middle Ages, buttons with small eyelets were particularly common.

The button shape we are familiar with today, with two or four holes, was hardly common before the 16th century. In contrast to today, the button in the Middle Ages was usually attached directly to the edge of the garment. An eyelet then sat on the opposite side, which always left a narrow gap between the two sides of the garment.
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