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Fibula Knight of Fortune

Medieval etched cloak clasp

$79 $64

Shipping & Manufacturing

Standard shipping
Free
Standard shipping time
16-21 Days
Express shipping
$31to
Express shipping
5-8 Days
Manufacturing time
14-18 Days

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$94

Shipping & Manufacturing

Standard shipping
Free
Standard shipping time
16-21 Days
Express shipping
$31to
Express shipping
5-8 Days
Manufacturing time
14-18 Days

Choose color

Brass Cloak Fibula “Knight of Fortune”

Etched cloak clasp

This small but elegant piece of medieval style jewelry is a part of our "Knight of Fortune" collection. This is a functional cloak clasp made of brass and decorated with etching. 

Small elements and accents are what make a good costume great, so we always tend to make a lot of accessories to help you complete your wardrobe and make it unique. This is one of those things.

Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

Please note that this item made of stainless steel/with stainless steel accents will be non-blackened, as blackening cannot be performed on stainless steel.

Features:

  • Etched brass;
  • Brass chain included;
  • Traditional medieval pattern.

Dimensions:

  • Height - 2 1/3 in (6 cm);
  • Width - 1 1/2 in (4 cm).

This item is part of the “Knight of Fortune” collection

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1 Comment

  • Sharon 11 of January 2018:

    Hi, I wish you would make a video showing how a piece like this is to be used. I may be alone in this, but I honestly can't figure out how it fastens a cloak. I see no pin or anything. Can you at least explain it? Thanks.

    ArmStreet Team:

    Dear Sharon, there is a pin on the clasp that should go through the fabric of the cloak. 

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