The brass buckle is decorated with a relief of a wild dragon. The upper part is adorned with a proud peacock, which for the Catholic Church is a symbol of resurrection, renewal and immortality. In the lower half is the Catholic bishop. The segments along the tape are connected by pins. This belt has a distinctive look - it will make any historical costume stand out and you will love the attention.More information
180cm red belt with buckle and fittings made of brass
- Width 3 cm
- Weight approx. 300 g
- Total length 180 cm
- Belt width 3.2 cm
- Leather thickness 3.6 mm
- Buckle dimensions 41.3 * 34mm
- Prong length 31 mm
- Length of the strap end 78.5 mm
The belt is very long so that it fits even the most handsome knights. Its detailed workmanship enhances your appearance even if you use it as a sword hanger (sword frog).
The unusually long length corresponds to the method of fastening used in the Middle Ages. When attaching to the buckle, the end is knotted around the buckle, so that the tongue of the belt catches in the middle at the bottom.
A high-quality product made by Lord Of Battles®
Included in these categories: Medieval Belts