CIVIL BELTS - 13-15 cent.
Our belts are entirely handmade from the elements available in “BELT ACCESSORIES” section, where you can find information about dating and place of origin of the originals. Buckles and mounts used for belt assembly are matched by their dating, style and use.
All belts are made from vegetable tanned leather (not a chromium tan, leathers are not lacquered) 3,5-4mm (0,14’’-0,16’’) thick and about 140-150cm (ca 55’’-60’’) long. You can also order longer belts by using an appropriate ordering form. Edges of our belts are protected against fraying.
All belts can be modified according to your wish, you can change (add or remove) the mounts or stampings.
The order form displays mounts or stampings available for the given belt width.
Available colors are always displayed in the order form:
Notice: C-08 color - natural may darken when exposed to sunlight.
ST-01. "Flowers in rhombus" – densely stamped little flowers, based on archeological finds from London.
ST-02. "IHC" – a monogram of Jesus Christ, based on an archeological find, a stamped belt from England.
ST-03. "Fleur de lys" – a stamping based on archeological finds from London, Kolobrzeg (Poland) and Germany. A very popular medieval decorative motif.
ST-04. “Lion” - based on archeological finds from London.ST-05. "S" – a letter "S", based on an archeological find, a stamped belt from London.
ST-06. "Flower" – a flower in a square, based on an archeological find, a stamped belt from London.
ST-07. "Plait" - based on an archeological find, a stamped belts from London and Poland.
ST-09. "Large fleur de lys in rhombus " - based on archeological finds from London. A very popular medieval decorative motif.
ST-10. "Eagle" – a stamping based on archeological finds from London.
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