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This artfully twisted fibula makes every costume look even better. The ends are turned to the outside and its diameter is 8 cm. This makes it the perfect accessory for your gown or cape, even the ones made from rougher fabric, such as...
This fibula has a diameter of 6,5cm. This is why it can be poked through lighter fabrics, such as cotton or thin linen. The ends are twisted and have a certain decorative effect to them. It is forged from wrought iron. Diameter: 6,5cm
This fibula has a diameter of 8 cm. This is why it can be poked through rougher fabrics, such as wool or linen. The ends are twisted and have a certain decorative effect to them. It is forged from wrought iron. Diameter: 8cm
This Fibula is 6,5cm in diameter and therefor perfect for thicker fabrics, such as wool or rough linen. the ends are turned inside, what mekes this fibula a nice accessory for almost every character. It is completely made from wrought...
This fibula is a nice accessory for any kind of costume. And it\\'s available for a very reasonable price. The thorne is pushed through the fabric and then closed by rotating the fibulas\\' arms. The endings are flattened and by that...
The "Hilde" fibula made from bronze adds a smaller decorative fibula to our line of products by demand. It can for example be used to fix our arm wraps or puttees. Material: Bronze Length: 2,8cm Width: 3,2cm Length of thorn: 4cm
This pretty fibula is used as fastener for cloaks and capes, but can also be attached just for decoration. It is made of robust wrought iron and therefore also suitable for slightly thicker fabrics like wool. Material: Wrought iron...
Fibulas are used ever since the bronze ages to close clothing on the wearers body often referred to as "the buttons before there were buttons". They were used up to the late medieval period, until the button and buttonhole were...