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From Errant Knight:
14th century belt fittings. The buckle and fitting are dated 1320 A.D. and can be found in the book "Medieval Dress Accessories from the London Museum". The belt end is from a metal detector find in England.
I hand carved the original models out of wax. The fittings are made out of a high grade of Tin. I even cast the rivets. The belt is approx 156cm long and 1.6cm wide. It is designed to be long enough to tie in a simple knot, as was done in the medieval era.
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