Dress Accessories



Brooch, Bronze, Open ring, 'twist'

Brooch, Bronze, Open ring, 'twist'

Small open ring 'type C'  brooch with twist pattern 13th - 15th C. Approx. 3/4" (20mm) diameter. Cast and finished in the USA.

$9.95

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Brooch, Penannular, XS

Brooch, Penannular, XS

 Extra Small Type C Penannular Brooch 28mm diameter Use to fasten necklines, sleeves, veils and headcovering, straps. Brass, Made in the US

$9.95

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Brooches, Open ring, brass

Brooches, Open ring, brass

Iron Age Celts of Britain were the first to develop the open ring brooch, a type that would remain widespread in Great Britain and Ireland through...

$2.95

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Button, Pewter, Round w/red glass stone, pkg of 4

Button, Pewter, Round w/red glass stone, pkg of 4

Replica of a button in the Museum of London, accession #1379. Beautiful 'boss' shaped button with granulated edge and deep red glass stone in the...

$7.45

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Button, Pewter, Small Domed, 14th C., pkg of 4

Button, Pewter, Small Domed, 14th C., pkg of 4

Replica of a button in the Museum of London, accession #1376. Great for sleeves or applications where you need small buttons. 3/8" diameter....

$4.95

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Button, Pewter, Wavy-Armed Star, pkg of 4

Button, Pewter, Wavy-Armed Star, pkg of 4

Replica of a button in the Museum of London, accession #1381. Suitable for fronts of dresses, doublets, jupons coats or other application where a...

$5.95

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Comb, fancy carved

Comb, fancy carved

A lover may freely accept from her beloved these things: a handkerchief, a hair band, a circlet of gold or silver, a brooch for the breast, a mirror,...

$14.95

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Comb, plain wooden

Comb, plain wooden

A lover may freely accept from her beloved these things: a handkerchief, a hair band, a circlet of gold or silver, a brooch for the breast, a mirror,...

$11.95

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Cosmetic Tool

Cosmetic Tool

Based on the most common form recovered in a 14th C. context. Based on examples #1758 and #1760 in the Museum of London's "Dress...

$5.95

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Garters, tied, pair

Garters, tied, pair

'Knytt netherstockes of worsted' and other legwear required garters to hold them up. Chausses often benefit from garters below the knee to...

$3.95

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Hook & Eye, copper alloy, pkg of 4

Hook & Eye, copper alloy, pkg of 4

Quantities of twisted wire hook and eye fasteners are found in unstratified achaeological contexts covering the 12th-18th centuries. Hooks of this...

$8.95

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Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 720-1000AD, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 720-1000AD, copper alloy

Manuscript show winingas wrapped spirally around the lower leg. Hooked tags of various types are often found just below the knees of skeletons; a...

$16.95

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Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 9th-10th C, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Round, 9th-10th C, copper alloy

Based on a silver hooked tag (dress hook) of the Anglo-Saxon period. It is circular with an intact hook and two peripheral pierced lugs for stitching...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, 8th-11th C, copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, 8th-11th C, copper alloy

A middle to late Anglo-Saxon hooked tag (dress hook) of triangular form. The front of the tag is decorated with a geometric interlace pattern. The...

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Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, c. 9th C., copper alloy

Hooked tags for winingas, Triangular, c. 9th C., copper alloy

Manuscript show winingas wrapped spirally around the lower leg. Hooked tags of various types are often found just below the knees of skeletons; a...

$16.95

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