Accessories



Barbette & snood set, ruffled fillet

Barbette & snood set, ruffled fillet

This barbette set is based on visual images of the mid 13 to early 14th centuries which depict a tall band with a scalloped edge is worn over a...

$29.95

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Veil, Goffered, 14th C

Veil, Goffered, 14th C

The distinctive and striking headdress worn by women in the middle of the 14th century seem to have been composed of layers of veiling with crimped...

$28.95

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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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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....

$3.95

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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...

$4.95

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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...

$19.95

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Buckle, Pewter, Single loop, 3/4-7/8", pkg of 2

Buckle, Pewter, Single loop, 3/4-7/8", pkg of 2

Great for pouches, garters or light belts. Pewter with steel tongue.

$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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