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Category: Accessories > Jewellery and finery

Oak leaf

Oak leaf

Century: XIV, XV
Oak leaf. Medieval Market, Medieval jewelry made of brass.

Oak leaf - Medieval Market, t will be perfect as an ornament for a belt, chain, headwear or civilian clothes
Oak leaf - Medieval Market, the decoration resemble a real oak leaf

CODE Material Standard Price
NoS1608see descriptionMixed 2.99 EUR

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Medieval jewelry made of brass. Its shape resembles an oak leaf. It will be perfect as an ornament for a belt, chain, headwear or civilian clothes.

Not only the general shape, but both the veins and the upper structure of the leaf have been perfectly reproduced on the brass ornament. This treatment makes the decoration resemble a real oak leaf.

Leaf dimensions:
length - 4 cm
width - 1.8 cm

Medieval oak leaf theme

The tree, branches, leaves and acorns of oak were very popular in the Middle Ages as a symbol of strength, fame and nobility, but also durability, stability and longevity. Oak elements were placed on coats of arms, used in architecture, decorated with patterned materials, and their shape was used to finish the outfits with so-called cutouts.

Oak leaves can be found in manuscripts (e.g. Codex Manesse from 1300-1340, Book of Hours from 1418 or the books of Christine de Pisan from the 15th century), but also in paintings and frescoes (e.g. works by Domenico Ghirlandaio from the late fifteenth century).

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