Medieval button "Rose"

Art.Nr.: 06 Button Rose
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Medieval rose-shaped button
Medieval rose-shaped button
Medieval button - back side
Medieval button - back side
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Bronze
Bronze  
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Medieval button in the shape of a rose.

This pretty replica of a medieval button in the shape of a rose blossom was made according to historical models from the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Medieval buttons in the shape of blossoms are found several times in the finds of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance and were characteristic of the garments of this period, when long rows of buttons were fashionable for decoratively fastening clothing.

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

The size of the "Rose" medieval button is 1.2 x 0.6 cm. The eyelet is 2 mm wide.

The button is made of high-quality bronze casting.

In Europe, the button appeared rather late and reached the north through oriental influences via the trade routes of the long-distance travellers across the Mediterranean. But before the middle of the 13th century, the button was still hardly widespread in fashion.

In the Middle Ages, the button often had a spherical shape, but flat buttons were also used. A typical medieval button, however, did not have holes, but had a small eyelet on the back with which the button was sewn to the garment.

Buttons in the Middle Ages were often made of pewter, but brass, bronze and even silver buttons were also in use. Unlike today, however, the button in the Middle Ages was sewn directly onto the hem of the garment and closed with an eyelet on the opposite side.
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Medieval button in the shape of a rose.

This pretty replica of a medieval button in the shape of a rose blossom was made according to historical models from the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Medieval buttons in the shape of blossoms are found several times in the finds of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance and were characteristic of the garments of this period, when long rows of buttons were fashionable for decoratively fastening clothing.

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

The size of the "Rose" medieval button is 1.2 x 0.6 cm. The eyelet is 2 mm wide.

The button is made of high-quality bronze casting.

In Europe, the button appeared rather late and reached the north through oriental influences via the trade routes of the long-distance travellers across the Mediterranean. But before the middle of the 13th century, the button was still hardly widespread in fashion.

In the Middle Ages, the button often had a spherical shape, but flat buttons were also used. A typical medieval button, however, did not have holes, but had a small eyelet on the back with which the button was sewn to the garment.

Buttons in the Middle Ages were often made of pewter, but brass, bronze and even silver buttons were also in use. Unlike today, however, the button in the Middle Ages was sewn directly onto the hem of the garment and closed with an eyelet on the opposite side.
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