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This is a handmade leather belt with original handmade etched stainless steel accents. I think it's a great part of any medieval garb and just good belt too.This belt is excellent to use with chainmail or gambeson. It's made of high-quality thick leather. Belt and steel accents are fully handmade.
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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.
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What would be the cost of this belt 72 inches long be?
Making the belt 72 in long will cost $45.00 extra. If that works for you, please mention the desired length in the comments to your order and once we receive it, we`ll send you a PayPalinvoice for the extra.
Hi Guys, I love this belt (medieval-armor-belt-with-etched-steel-accents-1) but is there an option to get one made with a buckle (like handmade-leather-belt-with-steel-etching-accents)? Thanks and regards, Wayne Hay
Can be made with such buckle, no problems. Simply add a comment to your order.
hello, I'm looking at getting clasps for an existing vest. As I'm planning on purchasing this belt I was wondering if you could make clasps using this or a similar design, and if so what the cost and wait time would be. Thanks, Elisse
We have no clasps of the similar design, sorry. You may supplement this belt with clasps that can be made in silver color:
Quite lovely and well-made. Thank-you very much.
Can I get this belt 60 inches long please.
Yes, for $25 extra. Simply add a comment to your order.
Thank you guys so much, the belt is just right. And on time :)
Great, thank you, Elmer!