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Category: Accessories > other accessories

Lace with aiglets

Lace with aiglets

Century: XIII, XIV, XV
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Lace with aiglets - Medieval Market, a strap
Lace with aiglets - Medieval Market, Medieval accesorie
Lace with aiglets - Medieval Market, Linen thread

CODE Material Standard Price
ALR0185LinenHand-made 6.50 EUR

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Lace with aiglets is a necessary medieval accessory which will perfectly finish a medieval clothing. Our laces are hand-plaited medieval straps with sewn ending in a form of tin aglets. Standard length of this historical lace is 50 cm, but customer's request we can prepare it in any length.

Length of an aiglet is 2,7 cm.

Diameter of an opening is 0,32 cm.

Width in the widest place is 0,46 cm.

Medieval lace is finished with a tin aglet with pointed ending.

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Medieval lace with brass point — how to finish a historical clothing?

Medieval straps with aiglets are a necessary part in many garments, both medieval clothing for women and medieval clothing for men. These medieval laces are helpful in attaching hose to suspender belt or pants to doublet. On the other hand, medieval dresses like our dress of type 2 or type 4, need laces with aglets to tie them in front and on sides.

Medieval straps with brass point were depicted on former paintings. A sample of these laces with aiglets for tying a medieval clothing for men can be found on 15th century fresco in San Florenzi church in the Italian town Bastia Mondovi.

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