Accessories



Bag, Forage or Pilgrim's

Bag, Forage or Pilgrim's

Made in a shape used by travelers, pilgrims and soldiers, our forage bag is great for carrying small kit items, lunch or modern essentials. Also...

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Chapes, Lace, pkg of 12

Chapes, Lace, pkg of 12

Conical copper alloy "chapes" to cover the feasings on your points for ease in threading through eyelets. "Feasings" are the...

$11.95

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Garters, buckled

Garters, buckled

Bias cut stockings, 'Knytt netherstockes of worsted' and other legwear required garters to hold them up. Chausses often benefit from garters below...

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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 keep them...

$3.95

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Laces, heavy duty

Laces, heavy duty

We made the laces we include free with our chausses of 1/4" cord instead of our usual 1/8" cording. We tried to tough it out and use them...

$4.95

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Pattens, Hinged Wooden

Pattens, Hinged Wooden

Based on Wooden patten #136 in "Shoes and Pattens", early/mid 15th century. Pattens are highly recommended to substantially prolong sole...

$49.95

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Sleeves, Ladies, pin-on, 15th C. Brocade

Sleeves, Ladies, pin-on, 15th C. Brocade

Removable sleeves are worn pinned to the short sleeve of the gown. Beautifully made of assorted brocades and damasks to compliment any outfit, fully...

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Tippets

Tippets

Tippets are ornamental strips of fabric attached to a band circling the upper arm. They appear to have evolved from a strip depending from the lower...

$19.99

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Belt, leather, 1350-1400

Belt, leather, 1350-1400

3/4” and 1” wide leather belts with hand made brass fittings. Buckles and chapes are based on objects in the collection fo the Museum of...

$75.00

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Belt, leather, 1350-1400

Belt, leather, 1350-1400

3/4” wide leather belts with hand made brass fittings. Buckles and chapes are based on objects in the collection of the Museum of London:...

$90.00

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Pouch, Drawstring, c. 1200-1500

Pouch, Drawstring, c. 1200-1500

Simple drawstring pouches appear in artwork of the 12th-16th C. Visual sources indicate they were used by both men (statue of Archbishop Siegfried...

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Winingas, pair (2)

Winingas, pair (2)

Known variously as legwraps, wickelbander or puttees, winingas are woven woolen strips which were wrapped around the lower leg among the Anglo-Saxon...

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Gloves, 3 Finger (Split mittens)

Gloves, 3 Finger (Split mittens)

3 finger gloves are most commonly seen on agricultural workers and shepherds, the speculation being that they are a form of working gloves that...

$11.95

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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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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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