Buckles, belt fittings
Historical belt buckles, rivets, belt fittings for the leather makers. Celtic, Viking, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance.
Lost wax casted replica of Viking Bronze Buckle. Inspired by a buckle found in Norway dating back to the 10th century, crafted in the Borre Viking art style. Material: bronze. Size: 2.9 x 3.4 cm For belts 1.5 cm wide Weight: 20 g
Bronze medieval buckle. Lost wax casting method. Dimensions: 50 x 60 mm For 35 mm wide straps Bronze strap end for belts or historical bags with a medieval motif of Fleur de Lis. Material: bronze (lost wax casting) Size: 3.5 x 6.2 cm
Viking Buckle and Strap End Reproduction. The original belt set was found in 1880 in a mound near the farm of Gokstad (Sandar, Norway). This burial site was very rich (tents, horse equipment, ships) and it is suggested that this mound belongs to the Norse king of Olaf Geirstad-Alf, the King of…
CELTIC BRONZE BELT BUCKLE. Celtic (La Tene) belt buckles were usually very simple. This is an exact replica of a Boii belt buckle from oppidum Stradonice, Bohemia, Czech Republic. Material: bronze Size: 2.2 x 3 cm Height: 1.5 cm Weight: 9 g
VIKING BUCKLE, Man's Head, Barshalder, Grötlingbo, Gotland, Sweden.
- Material bronz
- Size 2.8 x 8.4 cm
- Weight 47 g
Viking Bronze Buckle Reproduction. The original artefact was found in 1880 in a mound near the farm of Gokstad (Sandar, Norway). This burial site was very rich (tents, horse equipment, ships) and it is suggested that it belongs to the Norse king Olaf Geirstad-Alf, the King of Vestfold. Material:…
An exact replica of a Medieval BELT BUCLE and STRAP END from Salzburg, found in 1978. The original was manufactured around 1240. Made from bronze using the lost-wax casting method. Material: bronze Weight: 50 g Sizes of the tripartite buckle: 3.4 x 5.1 cm Size of the strap-end: 2.1 x 2.6 cm …