Belt “Hound of War”
Early 15-century soldier's leather belt
There were a few accessories that could diversify soldier's appearance of the Hundred Years War epoch. Some type of a belt was essential to secure the chausses about the person and keep them from falling down, so we've made this one completing the “Hound Of War” attire. Capable of handling the sword, the dagger and matching pouch with all the necessities - sure as a fighting man, you don’t want to be encumbered with loads of things holding your hands.
Subtle yet striking, this belt is made of quality genuine leather and gorgeously accented with brass buckle and brass end tip. Styled after the 15th-century examples, it's professionally embossed with period design all the way down the belt, depicting thistles and four-petalled flowers - symbols commonly used throughout Europe. The buckle and the end tip are emblazed with matching etched pattern.
You’ve got your perfect costume almost complete, but something is missing? Make sure to take along all of your necessities, when heading to the battlefield, with the help of this handsome leather belt and matching kidney bag.
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Please note that this item made with stainless steel accents will be non-blackened, as blackening cannot be performed on stainless steel.
- Genuine leather;
- Brass buckle, end tip and rivets.
- Width - 1 3/16 in (3 cm);
- Length - 59 in (150 cm).
- Period design;
- Fastens with a buckle;
- Embossed and etched patterns.
This item is part of the “Hound Of War” collectionView collection