Category Archives: BROOCHES

Twisted Medieval Brooch

 

Medieval Dress Cloak Pin Pennanular Renaissance Brooch is practical, functional and beautiful. These forged steel pins brooches are strong and made to be used.

    This pin can either be held fast between the two wavy swirls, or it can be twisted, so the pin sits on the loop: held in position by the pull of the fabric through which it passes.


Medieval Viking Knotted Brooch 

 

This unique Medieval Viking Knotted Brooch or Cloak Pin has been hand-forged and twisted from from black steel. This strong brooch can be worn several different ways depending on the style/look you are going for.

Brooches similar to this were initially developed from the Roman clasp or fibula. In the severe climate of northern Europe, the brooch (or sometimes known as a fibula) became the typical ornament of the era because it normally functioned as a fastening for a heavy tunic or cloak. This particular Viking Knotted Brooch is elegantly made with decorative twists and spirals to create a more dramatic look. Perfect for re-enactments, costumes, or Renaissance Festivals.


Medieval Celtic Cloak Brooch

 

This iron Celtic brooch is practical, functional and beautiful. These iron pins brooches are strong and made to be used.

    The pin can either be held fast between the two spirals, or it can be twisted, so the pin sits on the loop: held in position by the pull of the fabric through which it passes.


Medieval Cloak

 

The perfect accessory to go with just about any cloak is a good, solid cloak pin. And this Twisted Medieval Cloak Pin is more than that, as it features an elegant touch of detail that makes it perfect for all classes, noble and peasant alike.

The cloak pin consists of a twisted, open-edged ring, with a rotating needle pin. It is used by laying the cloak about your shoulders, and then guiding the pin through the various layers of cloak fabric.

 


Medieval Penannular Brooch  

 

This iron penannular brooch is practical, functional and beautiful. These pins/brooches are strong and made to be used. The pin can either be held fast between the twin loops, or it can be twisted, so the pin sits on the ring: held in position by the pull of the fabric through which it passes.

Brooches initially developed from the Roman clasp or fibula. In the severe climate of northern Europe, the brooch became the typical ornament of the era, because it normally functioned as a fastening for a heavy tunic.


Double Rolled Fibula

 

This brooch is hand forged and can be use both as brooch or fibula. The ends are rolled. The brooch has a

Diameter of approx. 6 cm.


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