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Category: Accessories > belts

Plain medieval belt

Plain medieval belt

Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV
Plain medieval belt. Medieval Market, leather belt

Plain medieval belt - Medieval Market, leather belt
Plain medieval belt - Medieval Market, leather belt
Plain medieval belt - Medieval Market, leather belt
Plain medieval belt - Medieval Market, leather belt

CODE Material Standard Price
MSS1359LeatherMixed 33.00 EUR

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Plain medieval belt is made of thick natural leather (~3 mm) of 2,7 cm width. It doesn't have ferrules, but it is finished with rounded tin buckle. Length of this leather belt is ~180 cm.
Our historical belts are available in a few colors. Check which one will be the best for your medieval clothing and choose from below:
- brown
- black
- red
- natural
Note. Medieval belts are sold without holes. If you want us to make them for you, please let us know about girth in your waist, midsection, and hips.

How to wear a plain belt in medieval reenactment

This simple historical belt will fit both women and men reenacting almost any historical period. Its simple look – indiscrete color, plain finishing, no adornments – makes it appropriete for both early and late medieval period. In the Middle Ages, belts were an inherent part of human’s outfits. They were often richly decorated, and used as a mounting tool for a pouch, bag or weapon. All of our belts are based on archaeological findings and iconographic representations, made by high level craftsmen. The leather used in the process of manufacturing belts is dyed with natural pigments and it is 3-4 mm thick.

Plain medieval belt in historical sources

It's easy to find plain belts in iconography, sculptures, and paintings from many historical periods. There are works from 13th century among them – characters in "The Rutland Psalter" wear such belts. Illustrations with medieval workers from 15th century also contain these accessories. "Hausbchern der Mendelschen und Landauerschen Zwlfbrderhausstiftungen" from Nuremberg presents a workshop of a tanner, with plain belts with rounded buckles.

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