Medieval button "Tver"

Art.Nr.: 06 Button Twer
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Medieval button replica
Medieval button replica
Medieval button in ball shape
Medieval button in ball shape
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Bronze
Bronze  
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Medieval button of bronze in ball shape.

Here you can buy an authentic medieval button that was made after a historical model from the excavations in Tver / Russia and dates to the 13th to the 14th century AD.

Buttons in ball shape are well known from the Middle Ages and were characteristic for the drapery of that time, where long rows of buttons for a decorative closing were fashionable.

The medieval ball-shaped button replica is made from high-quality bronze casting.

The button measures 1.5 x 0.8 cm, the eyelet is 2 mm wide.

The button appears quite late in Europe and was transmitted by oriental influences via the trade routes of the long-distance travellers across the Mediterranean to the north, but is still hardly widespread before the middle of the 13th century.

In the Middle Ages the button was often spherical, but flat buttons were also common. However, medieval buttons did not have holes in them, but had a small eyelet on the back to sew the button to the garment.

Buttons in the Middle Ages were frequently made of pewter, but there is also evidence of buttons made of brass, bronze and even silver. Unlike today, in the Middle Ages the button was attached to the hem of the garment and closed with an eyelet on the opposite side.
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Medieval button of bronze in ball shape.

Here you can buy an authentic medieval button that was made after a historical model from the excavations in Tver / Russia and dates to the 13th to the 14th century AD.

Buttons in ball shape are well known from the Middle Ages and were characteristic for the drapery of that time, where long rows of buttons for a decorative closing were fashionable.

The medieval ball-shaped button replica is made from high-quality bronze casting.

The button measures 1.5 x 0.8 cm, the eyelet is 2 mm wide.

The button appears quite late in Europe and was transmitted by oriental influences via the trade routes of the long-distance travellers across the Mediterranean to the north, but is still hardly widespread before the middle of the 13th century.

In the Middle Ages the button was often spherical, but flat buttons were also common. However, medieval buttons did not have holes in them, but had a small eyelet on the back to sew the button to the garment.

Buttons in the Middle Ages were frequently made of pewter, but there is also evidence of buttons made of brass, bronze and even silver. Unlike today, in the Middle Ages the button was attached to the hem of the garment and closed with an eyelet on the opposite side.
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