Dated 1300 - 1330
Belt made of thick vegetable tanned beef leather with a brass buckle and strap end is decorated by engraving and colour.
The used pattern and colour combination is from medieval York. The orginal fragment is almost 5cm wide. The leather fragment does not have (as most of the excavated pieces) the metal parts present, and is quite long. Dating of the leather fragment is to 1st half of 14th century. (Mould, Carlisle, Cameron, 2003)
The combination of buckle and strapend is than dated in between the years 1200 - 1330 and is made according to excavated pieces from England (Finds from England)
The mentioned lenght of the product is measured from the buckle to the tip of the strap end. The belt has no holes made. You can make them yourself, or send us your measurements and tell us how many you need.
Width of the belt is 2,9cm