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A replica of a 14th-15th century AD buckle. This is a direct copy of a buckle excavated in Brockdish, Norfolk, England; nonetheless this was a common design from roughly 1320 to 1420 and was widespread throughout Europe. This is a sturdy, cast double-frame buckle comprising two addorsed D-shaped loops with subtriangular outer edges. The pin is cast as D-section spike with a small semicircular pad on the outer face; it is formed round the central bar of the buckle on which it runs freely.
Reference: Egan, G. & Pritchard, F. Dress Accessories 1150-1450, London, 2002, p.88 item 386.
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Perfect armour buckles for reenactors. Not only are they historic replicas, but they are beautiful, sturdy solid brass & they are great value. I have used these before. You may want to pinch the prong a bit tighter to the bar with a pair of pliers etc if you are a perfectionist . Will not dissapoint. Michael Beswick on 14th Feb 2018
I purchased 6 of these buckles will be perfect for my kit they match my gambeson buckles and will look great on my bracers. Good solid construction should last a long time. Unknown on 13th Oct 2016