Belt decoration Bortenstecker Fuchsenhof Hoard Medieval 13th century

471BB Beltbuckle Plain oval 468BE Belt End Swallow 477BS Belt decoration Bortenstecker Fuchsenhof Medieval 13th century
471BB Beltbuckle Plain oval 468BE Belt End Swallow 477BS Belt decoration Bortenstecker Fuchsenhof Medieval 13th century471BB Beltbuckle Plain oval 468BE Belt End Swallow Medieval 13th century477BS Belt decoration Bortenstecker Fuchsenhof Medieval 13th century477BS Belt decoration Bortenstecker Fuchsenhof Medieval 13th century Rivetts back477BS Belt decoration Bortenstecker Fuchsenhof Medieval 13th century477BS Belt decoration Bortenstecker Fuchsenhof Medieval 13th century477BS Belt decoration Bortenstecker Fuchsenhof Medieval 13th century original book image477BB Belt buckle Fuchsenhof Medieval 13th century original book image

Medieval Silver Decoration for a Belt comprising of an oval Beltbuckle Plain oval, Belt End similar to a Swallow Design and 10 individual Belt decorations Bortenstecker 13th century Replica from Fuchsenhof Hoard Austria

Belt included in price!

Our jewellery items of the medieval period are no art copies. The casts are authentic replicas prepared from handcrafted originals reproduced in the according antique style (Celtic, Byzantine, Gothic or Viking)

The individual items can be ordered separately as well:

471BB Beltbuckle Plain oval in Sterling Silver AU$ 100 including Back Plate and Rivets

468BE Belt End Swallow in Sterling Silver AU$ 70

Belt end can be shaped and slightly hammered flat to fit properly into the belt end.

477BS Belt decoration Bortenstecker $15 each matt surface or $20 each highly polished 

Rivetting instructions for Belt decorations Bortenstecker 13th century Replica from Fuchsenhof Hoard Austria: 

Wire pins on back of belt decoration are longer than required to make it easier to insert through a prepared hole in belt. When using thinner leather, trim wires to about 1mm above surface after inserting. 

Use small hammer and if available also a punch. Place belt upside down with wire ends sticking up on a hard enough surface e.g. wood, perhaps hammering is necessary from both sides until a small head forms on the end of the wire pin, which holds the wire pins in place, when it has become wider than the hole.

 

 

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