Late Medieval leather belt - 1.5 cm

Art.Nr.: 10 MA 15:A
18,48 €
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Medieval belt - buckle replica
Medieval belt - buckle replica
Late medieval belt - knoted
Late medieval belt - knoted
Late medieval belt at model
Late medieval belt at model
color:
black
black  
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brown
brown  
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Silver
Silver  
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brass
brass  
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Narrow leather belt from the late Middle Ages.

This authentic leather belt from the late Middle Ages is 2.5 to 3 mm thick and has a detailed medieval buckle replica.

The 1.5 cm narrow leather belt is made of high-quality cowhide leather and can be assigned to the period from 1250 to 1400 AD.

Belt circumference: 88 - 103 cm (total length 160 cm).

The leather belt is worn wrapped, as was customary in the late Middle Ages, and is therefore ideally suited for authentic representation in LARP and medieval re-enactment. Two embossed lines along the sides also give the late medieval leather belt a slim line.

Like all our leather belts, this late medieval belt is also made of very durable and rustic cowhide of 3.2 - 3.5 mm thickness.
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Narrow leather belt from the late Middle Ages.

This authentic leather belt from the late Middle Ages is 2.5 to 3 mm thick and has a detailed medieval buckle replica.

The 1.5 cm narrow leather belt is made of high-quality cowhide leather and can be assigned to the period from 1250 to 1400 AD.

Belt circumference: 88 - 103 cm (total length 160 cm).

The leather belt is worn wrapped, as was customary in the late Middle Ages, and is therefore ideally suited for authentic representation in LARP and medieval re-enactment. Two embossed lines along the sides also give the late medieval leather belt a slim line.

Like all our leather belts, this late medieval belt is also made of very durable and rustic cowhide of 3.2 - 3.5 mm thickness.
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