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8 Pack of Buckles. This solid brass 1/2" Spectacle buckle has been dated between 15th and 16th Centuries. We have added these buckles as an option to be used on our handmade leather journals. When ordering a journal with a buckle and strap, please add this buckle in separately as an option.
** If only ordering buckles, please email us and we can ship these in a padded envelope at a cheaper rate**
This solid brass 1/2" Two Knop Buckle is dated from about 1250-1350. These buckles are perfect for a number of uses. Cast of solid brass, they will fit a 1/2" strap or can be fitted to a 5/8" strap by notching. These can be used for armor straps, pouches, journals, etc. Economically priced for the Re-Enactor.
**If only ordering buckles, be sure to email for a cheaper mailing rate, we can ship in a padded envelope.**
These 12th Century shoes are based on styles of footwear common during the period. They are based on patterns taken from shoes that were excavated from along the Thames River in London. These medieval shoes have been detailed in Shoes and Pattens: Medieval Finds from Excavations in London. Nearly 1500 shoes were excavated, covering the time period 1150 to 1450. This provides a large sample of medieval shoes and boots, many of similar style, from which a number of conclusions can be drawn.
**These boots are true to US sizes. Order your normal shoe size when ordering. They are also made for a regular width foot. If you have a wider foot, we can stretch up to an EE width, but you have to tell us when ordering.**
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