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Category: Accessories

The important finish of dress are: accessories and decorations. The medieval fashion, when it comes to accessories, was limited to several items: a belt (which spoke of the social status of the owner and its lack was considered humiliating), a pouch, a money-bag, gloves (in case of knights) and different kinds of decorations like chains, necklaces, rings, buckles and others. In our offer you can find such accessories as: bags, pouches, money-bags, belts, bottles.

Products quantity: 54


3 fingered gentlemen's gloves


Three-fingered gloves were used by people from lower and middle class mostly as a hand protection at work. Woolen gloves are perfect for fall-winter season.



Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 28.00 EUR


3 fingered Ladie's gloves


Three-fingered gloves were used by people from lower and middle class mostly as a hand protection at work. Woolen gloves are perfect for fall-winter season.



Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 28.00 EUR


A beewax candle


Candles made in the traditional medieval way - by deeping wick in the beeswax.
ANIR0198: Weight - about 50 grams, height- about 14cm. The average burning time is 4 hours.


Price for 1 candle.


Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 1.95 EUR


A hand felted bag type 1


A hand felted bag.
Dimensions: 30x25cm, 14th, 15th c.

List of available colours: http://www.medieval-market.com/probkimaterialow1.php?mat=11 While ordering, please write the code of the chosen colour in additional information box.
Notice - the colours presented here may vary a little bit from the real colours.


Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 37.00 EUR


A hand felted bag type 2


A hand felted bag.
Dimensions: width 22cm, height 23cm

List of available colours: http://www.medieval-market.com/probkimaterialow1.php?mat=11 While ordering, please write the code of the chosen colour in additional information box.
Notice - the colours presented here may vary a little bit from the real colours.

Century: XIII

PRICE from: 37.00 EUR


A hand felted bag type 3


A hand felted bag.
Dimensions: width 22cm, height 28cm.

List of available colours: http://www.medieval-market.com/probkimaterialow1.php?mat=11 While ordering, please write the code of the chosen colour in additional information box.
Notice - the colours presented here may vary a little bit from the real colours.

Century: XIII

PRICE from: 37.00 EUR


A Money-bag


A rectangular money-bag (from woll) with a linen lining, closed at the top with two strings. It’s attached to the belt with a third string. It’s trimmed with three fringes. Dimensions: 17x23cm

Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 14.99 EUR


A set of sacks


Three linen sacks (in version 'Standard' and 'High' with a hand-plaited string) used for carring clothes and armour. A set consists of a big one (approx. 50x75cm) and two small ones (approx. 50x35cm).

Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 21.00 EUR


A shoulder bag


A rectangular bag with a flap, with a long strap to carry it on your shoulder.

Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 11.00 EUR


A strap


Hand-plaited straps from linen thread, with brass endings. The length – 50 cm (you can order other length).

Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 5.00 EUR


A string


A hand-plaited string from linen thread or wool. The price given here is for a metre. When you order, the number you write is the number of metres.

Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 4.00 EUR


Alquerque


Alquerque is a board game for two people derived from the Far East. The first references to it can be found in Arabic book of songs Kitab al-Aghani dated circa 950 AD, although some evaluate its age to over three and a half thousand years. It is regarded as an ancestor to contemporary Draughts (in the Middle Ages the game was moved onto the Chess board), African Zamma and American Indian Zuni Kolowis Awithlaknannai ("Fighting Snakes").

The rules of the game are similar to contemporary Draughts, the winner is the player who takes most opponent's pieces. On the square-shaped board are 25 fields connected with lines over which the players move their pieces in turns and take opponent's pieces. Taking pieces is obligatory and possible in any direction. Giving up is punished with losing one piece.

The set contains:
- 12x12 cm leather board (circle diameter 22cm)
- 24 clay pieces + 2 spare ones
- instructions for the game

After the game, the board turns into a bag for pieces. All pieces are hand-made, the board is burned on the leather.

The shade of leather may differ from the one shown in the picture.

Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 17.50 EUR


Bathing set


A set of hand-sewn towels (a big one, approx. 50x75cm, and two small ones, approx. 50x35cm each) with natural soap. Our handmade soap is made using medieval soap recipes. However, we have modified the recipe slightly to ensure that our soap is safe for the entire family. We have modelled the soap around twine so it can easily be hung in the bathroom.


Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 39.00 EUR


Candlestick type 1


Is it dark in your tent? Do you need some light? We have something for you. A useful candlestick made of brass, 30cm height with two candle holders (candles sold separately). Folded legs make it easy for carying and their wide gauge make the candlestick stable, preventing the candles from falling down.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 79.00 EUR


Candlestick type 2


Is it dark in your tent? Do you need some light? We have something for you. A useful candlestick made of brass, 18cm height with two candle holders (candles sold separately).Rounded base with three legs make the candlestick stable, preventing the candles from falling down.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 44.90 EUR


Candlestick type 3


Is it dark in your tent? Do you need some light? We have something for you. A useful candlestick made of brass, 26 cm height with two candle holders (candles sold separately). Rounded base with three legs make the candlestick stable, preventing the candles from falling down.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 69.00 EUR


Cranequin


Expanded circular lever for drawing crossbow, also called 'german lever'. Suitable for crossbows up to 200 kg.

Century: XV

PRICE from: 249.00 EUR


Gourd - Small


Medieval gourds for water and beverages. Made of a hollowed-out fruit, impregnated with wax on the inside. Mounted in a leather strap basket. Might be easily attached to a belt. Closed with a cork, attached to the leather with a leather strap.

CAUTION!
Do not insert the cork by force because the neck may crack. To close the gourd screw the cork in sensitively.


Available volumes:
- 1,1 l
- 1,35 l version 2

While placing an order please write the chosen volume in Additional information field.

Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 59.00 EUR


Gourd - Big


Medieval gourds for water and beverages. Made of a hollowed-out fruit, impregnated with wax on the inside. Mounted in a leather strap basket. Might be easily attached to a belt. Closed with a cork, attached to the leather with a leather strap.

CAUTION!
Do not insert the cork by force because the neck may crack. To close the gourd screw the cork in sensitively.


Available volumes:
- 2,25 l
- 2,6 l

While placing an order please write the chosen volume in Additional information field.

Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 69.95 EUR


Halatafl (Fox and geese)


Fox and geese, or Halatafl, is Icelandic folk game from 14th century, which has spread through Great Britain to the whole Europe. In Asia there are known similar or identical games, such as yasa-sukari.

The game is played with pawns on a 33 fielded board shaped in a isosceles cross. Player moving the geese has 13 pawns available and their task is to surround the lonely fox (another player's pawn). All pawns are moved over the line connecting the fields. The fox may take the geese pawns by jumping over single ones to empty fields, as in Draughts. The game ends when the fox cannot make a move or when there are too few geese to effectively block it.

The set consists of:
- 33 fielded board made of leather
- 13 clay pieces of geese
- 1 clay piece of fox

After the game, the board turns into a bag for pieces. All pieces are hand-made, the board is burned on the leather.

The shade of leather may differ from the one show in the picture.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 25.00 EUR


Lever goats foot


Simple lever for drawing crossbow, also called 'goat's leg'.

Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 133.00 EUR


Nailbinding cap


Woolen cap made with the use of nailbinding technique. In additional information box, please give head circumference.

Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 39.00 EUR


Nine Men's Morris


Nine Men's Morris is a game for two people, known all over the world for a very long time. The first miniatures of the board are found in graves from the Bronze Age (ca. 3400-700 BC). Currently, Nine Men's Morris has many variations.

It is impossible to follow its origins or places of occurrence, but a similar game called sam-ki or luk-tsut-ki was described by Confucius (551-479 BC). The highest popularity of the game fell on the Middle Ages and it's probably the game about which Shakespeare mentions in "A Midsummer Night's Dream".

The game's aim is to put the players' nine pawns in turns onto the board and then moving them to adjacent fields to put three of them in a line. If player manages to do it, he can remove one opponent's pawn from the board.

The game ends when one player has only two pawns left or they cannot do a permitted movement (all adjacent fields are occupied).

The set consists of:
- leather board of 12 x 12 cm (22 cm diameter)
- 18 clay pawns + 2 spare ones
- instruction for the game

After the game, the board turns into a bag for pawns. All pieces are hand-made, the board is burned on the leather.

The shade of leather may differ from the one show in the picture.

Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 15.00 EUR


Padlock with a semicircular shackle


Reconstruction of a metal padlock with semicircular shackle. Opened with a ratchet key, useful for closing chests.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 42.00 EUR


Padlock with rectangular shackle


Reconstruction of a metal padlock with rectangular shackle. Opened with a ratchet key, useful for closing chests.

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 42.00 EUR


Pater Noster


A string of beads with fringes at both ends used to pray. Length - 52cm, Number of beads: 50.
Available colour for fringes:
- yellow
- green
- claret
- red
- black
- white
- blue


Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 10.00 EUR


Pilgrim's bag


Making long or short distance pilgrimage was very popular in the middle ages. Appart from a bottle-gourd and a stick, one of most distinctive pilgrim's gear is a bag hanging from one's shoulder. The bag is made of leather, it has a string to hang it on the shoulder. width - 44cm, length - 33cm.

Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 79.00 EUR


Pillow - de Blois pattern


Linen pillow made of printed fabric (pattern based on C. De Blois pourpoint) 35x45cm, corners decorated with four fringes in contrasting colour.

Available colours:
- blue with black print, yellow fringes
- black with red print, white fringes
- green with black print, yellow fringes

Measurements: 39x48 cm


Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 17.00 EUR


Pillow - Italian pattern type 2


Linen pillow made of printed fabric (Italian pattern type 2), 35x45cm, corners decorated with four fringes in contrasting colour.

Available colours:
- tan with black print, red fringes
Measurements: 39x48 cm

Century: XIV, XV

PRICE from: 17.00 EUR


Towels - a set


Three simple linen towels. A set consists of a big one (approx. 70x117cm) and two small ones (approx. 70x56cm).

Century: XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 20.00 EUR


Wollen socks


A pair of woolen socks made with the use of nailbinding technique. In additional information box, please give the length and width of your foot.

Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 49.00 EUR


Wooden lantern


The dark ages is a term describing the beginning of Middle Ages in Europe. The term is legitimated by historians by the lack of sources as well as the common opinion about cultural backwardness of the people living in this period. To put some light into this darkness, we propose the wooden lantern popular in Europe of the Middle Ages. Made of oak and thin calf skin parchment. It has small doors to make candle placing into a special metal pin easy. For handy carying or hanging this lanter is equiped with leather strip. Height: 24cm, circumference: 17cm.
Candles are sold as a separate product.

Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 79.00 EUR


Woolen gloves


A pair of woolen gloves made with the use of nailbinding technique. In additional information box, please give the length (from the wrist) and width (without the thumb) of your hand.

Century: XII, XIII, XIV, XV

PRICE from: 39.00 EUR





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