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Elizabethan Tudor Renaissance Brass Belt buckle

Stuart Era Square Plain Buckle- 40mm Strap Width

$13.95 AUD 
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Rectangular double looped buckles were in use from as early as 13th century.  However, the number of buckles found during the Medieval period is fairly limited. Excavations suggest that plain frame rectangular buckles first appeared in the last half of the 14th century. However, the majority of archaeological finds date these buckles to the 16th and 17th centuries during the Stuart and Elizabethan era.  Following 1570 rectangular buckles become available in a wide variety of styles and elaborate frames.  Rectangular buckles continued to be popular on shoes, bags, pouches, belts, baldrics and other accoutrements into the Napoleonic/Georgian and Victorian era.

This buckle measures 60mm x 56mm in size

Suitable for clothing for historical periods including the Tudor, Elizabethan, Stuart, Jacobean and English Civil war era.  

Source Buckles 1250 -1800 R.Whitehead pg73

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