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dragon breath

dragon breath

This is a historically accurate pouch based on designs from medieval illuminations from between the 13th and 15th centuries. The bag itself is incredibly spacious and worn on the belt.  This bag is hand-cut and hand-stitched using traditional leatherworking tools and waxed cotton thread. The pouch tops are threaded with leather thonging and the beads are wooden. The buckle is brass as are the handmade buttons on the outer pouches.

This is a historically accurate pouch based on designs from medieval illuminations from between the 13th and 15th centuries. The bag itself is incredibly spacious and worn on the belt. This bag is hand-cut and hand-stitched using traditional leatherworking tools and waxed cotton thread. The pouch tops are threaded with leather thonging and the beads are wooden. The buckle is brass as are the handmade buttons on the outer pouches.

replica of a finding from Dordrecht

replica of a finding from Dordrecht

Girdle purse late XIV century - decorated by Leoricus on deviantART

Girdle purse late XIV century - decorated by Leoricus on deviantART

Girdle purse 1370s

Girdle purse 1370s

14th Century Belt Bag                                                                                                                                                      More

14th Century Belt Bag More

15th Century Purse | Aumônières, otherwise known as alms purses

15th Century Purse | Aumônières, otherwise known as alms purses

Girdle purse 1370s

Girdle purse 1370s

Belts were quite narrow. Do not have too many things hanging off your belt. Just a pouch, dagger and maybe an eating knife. A fighting man does not need to be encumbered with loads of things dangling around his waist.

Belts were quite narrow. Do not have too many things hanging off your belt. Just a pouch, dagger and maybe an eating knife. A fighting man does not need to be encumbered with loads of things dangling around his waist.

Late 14th, early 15th century.

Late 14th, early 15th century.