Stripe Lacing Ring Gold- Set of 20
Make Your Own Medieval
Lacing was a common way of closing medieval and renaissance clothing. Before the invention of metal grommets or eyelets, holes were pierced in the fabric and hand bound with thread. In the 15th and 16th century, metal lacing rings began being used as an alternative to hand-bound eyelets. Rather than piercing a hole through the fabric, the rings were sewn onto the garment and the lacing passed through the rings. These lacing rings could be plain or decorative and are found sewn on the inside or outside of clothing.
This is a set of 20 lacing rings for lacing up dresses, bodices and sleeves in a gold finish and a twist texture. The recess of the twist is darkened to make the design stand out a little more.
These lacing rings are made of a zinc alloy and are approximately 8mm in diameter (measurement across whole ring) with an internal diameter of approximately 5.7mm
The second last Photograph shows a comparison of the three types of gold-coloured lacing rings we sell. This ring is on the far left, the other ring types are available separately.
The final photo shows a comparison of all our basic lacing ring types. This listing is for the lacing ring type on the top row, left column marked "stripe"
The other lacing ring types in the comparison photos are available separately, they have been included in the photos to help you choose the best lacing ring for your project.