Dress Accessories



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...

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Laces, hand made, single

Laces, hand made, single

Hand made laces with chapes come in a range of standard solids and fun combos and are perfect for lacing gowns, bodices, doublets and more. Each is...

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Snood

Snood

Hairnets have been found in archaeological digs and gravesites dating from as early as the Bronze Age. The earliest surviving example of sprang is a...

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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....

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Pins, Dressing, pkg of 4 or 10

Pins, Dressing, pkg of 4 or 10

Examples of these wound-wire headed pins may be found in the Museum of London's "Dress Accessories" book. These sturdy and affordable...

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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...

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Pins, Veil, pkg of 4 or 10

Pins, Veil, pkg of 4 or 10

Based on pins shown in the Museum of London's "Dress Accessories: Medieval Finds from Excavations in London", pg. 301, fig. 200....

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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...

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