Based on high medieval models and cast from fine bronze, the belt tongue "Sinold" adorns straps with a width of 3cm. Pins for riveting are not included; you can find them in our range of accessories.
Material: bronze length: 7.7cm width: 3cm
Cast from fine bronze and carefully polished, the strap end "Halsfon" retains its original early medieval look. Suitable for all belts with a width of 1.5 cm to 2 cm. Pins for riveting are not included, but you can find them under accessories. It may be necessary to adjust the holes in the belt tongue slightly.
Material: Bronze length 7,5 cm width 1,5 cm
A skull in heavy cotton canvas. Use this patch to tune up your shield cover or your costume. The back is made with a fusible, so you can iron it onto your cloth. The fabric can easily be painted - a great possibility to individualize your patch even more.
Measurements:Medium:20cm x17cm Material: cotton canvas
The "Mahogany" sugar spoon is made of real American Mahogany and carved by hand. The curved handle feels very comfortable in the hand and the trowel corresponds to a conventional teaspoon. This spoon can be used for desserts or the breakfast cereal, or just as a sugar spoon for tea or coffee.
Mahogany is very resistant to moisture and has a warm, golden sheen.
The wood, originating from South America, gets darker over time, so the spoon gets its own individual coloration during the course of its life.
A nice addition to any medieval table.
Material: Real American mahogany
Length: 14.5 cm
Width of trowel: 3 cm
Weight: 8 g
Mahogany wood is a natural product the hue and structure may differ from the picture.
This article is a medieval prop that is only produced in small quantities. For this reason, expensive food certification is uneconomical or would have a massive impact on the selling price.Therefore we are obligated to the following notice: Prop - not certified or suitable for contact with food.
"Armin" is a medieval head wear for men. It´s available in three sizes, to fit almost everyone. We recommend to decorate the "Armin" cap additionally with embroidering, a feather or a broach.
This kind of head wear is called the italian beret and was developed from the "pillbox" headwear. It was mostly worn by townspeople and citizens of southern europe in the late medieval period until the renaissance. While younger people used to wear the cap to the side, cardinals and other authorities wore them erected (see the doge of venice).
Material: WoolSize: S (58cm), M 60cm), L (62cm)
Our belt shields can be painted in groups colours, insignia or heraldry to show the membership to a certain group. Made from 1,2 mm steel, we offer them in our favorite plate armour series now.
Matching the "Gustav" series, this shield is not decorated, but meets the series' style with plain and undecorated beauty. It is worn on a belt by using the two loops on the top to hoist it through there. Naturally it can be worn as a tasset, when fastened on the upper thigh. This way you will have an additional plate armour piece.
The belt shields, just like our arm shields, cry out to be painted, modded and to be combined with existing clothing. This is, where your creativity and immagination comes into place.
Talking of creativity: We suggest to clean the shield with Acetone prior to painting it. Afterwards just sand it with a paper with 600 grid. Use some automobile colour primer as the colour-matching foundation. When the foundation is fully dried, you should sand it again and apply a second layer of colour. Now is the time, where you can paint your details, like heraldry, animals and writings with weatherproof acrylic paint.
Material: 1.2 mm steel Length: 24 cm Width: 18 cm Weight: app. 350 g Colour: blank, browned
A stable brass buckle with pin to use on a belt, armour or for other attachments. The northern decoration is especially recommended for vikings or tribals.
Material: BrassLength: 4,5cmWidth: 4,5cmmax. belt width: 3cm