Late Medieval Button

Art.Nr.: 06 Button Pudd
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Replica of a Medieval button - bronze
Replica of a Medieval button - bronze
Medieval button replica - silver plated
Medieval button replica - silver plated
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Replica of a medieval button made of bronze.

This elegant medieval button in characteristic mushroom shape is a replica made of bronze according to late medieval models.

The medieval button is a noble addition to the garment in authentic medieval re-enactment.

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

The medieval button measures 1.5 x 1.5 cm and is made of high-quality bronze or in real silver-plated.

The button came into fashion quite late in Europe and was hardly used before the middle of the 13th century. In the Middle Ages, the button was often spherical in shape and often made of pewter. It was not until the beginning of the 14th century that fabric-covered buttons appeared.

In the Middle Ages, buttons with small eyelets were particularly common. The button with two or four holes that we are familiar with today was hardly common before the 16th century. Unlike today, the button in the Middle Ages was usually attached directly to the edge of the garment. There was then an eyelet on the opposite side. Thus, a thin gap always remained between the two parts of the garment.
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Replica of a medieval button made of bronze.

This elegant medieval button in characteristic mushroom shape is a replica made of bronze according to late medieval models.

The medieval button is a noble addition to the garment in authentic medieval re-enactment.

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

The medieval button measures 1.5 x 1.5 cm and is made of high-quality bronze or in real silver-plated.

The button came into fashion quite late in Europe and was hardly used before the middle of the 13th century. In the Middle Ages, the button was often spherical in shape and often made of pewter. It was not until the beginning of the 14th century that fabric-covered buttons appeared.

In the Middle Ages, buttons with small eyelets were particularly common. The button with two or four holes that we are familiar with today was hardly common before the 16th century. Unlike today, the button in the Middle Ages was usually attached directly to the edge of the garment. There was then an eyelet on the opposite side. Thus, a thin gap always remained between the two parts of the garment.
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