Gokstad Authentic Leather Belt
Norman belt with casting, 9th c.
MUSEUM QUALITY REPRO - IX century Norman belt (originally found in Norway, Gokstad ship). Great quality belt for most qualified reenactments, for people who understand real price of molding and wish to have best quality pieces.
Length 55-59 inches, width about 1 1/3 inch.
Please contact us if you have any additional questions.
Important note: Brown, Natural and Cream leather shades may vary, as unfortunately we can't control color of leather which comes from our suppliers. Sometimes it may be darker or lighter, so if tone of the leather is important factor for you, please contact us before purchase to ascertain which color exactly we have in stock at the moment. Thank you for understanding.
- 100% natural leather
- Molded accents
- 100% unique handmade
- IX-X century style
- Casted accents
This item is part of the “Viking” collectionView collection
This item is part of the “Shieldmaiden ” collectionView collection
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jay 07 of March 2022:
Just exactly what I expected! Very beautiful and I wear it every week!
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I really like that brown tunic with red trim. Is it available?
Hi Barry! The brown tunic is not available, unfortunately, but we can offer you similar tunic with the same trim here