Grandma had a comb like this made of metal, but the comb itself was replaceable plastic. Also, there was a mirror on one side.
I have long been fascinated by bone buckles from the viking and medieval period, so that is what I have made. That way I could also try to use a new material (bone) and finish an old project that I have been wanting to finish for a long time - the pump-drill that I made last year. Posted by Mikkel Frederiksen at Haandkraft.blogspot.com
DT&SHOP: Protetyka - Folie metalowe
Purse fitting and two gold hilt knives from Krefeld-Gellep, Museum Burg Linn
Objects from the burial of Childeric, including gold and garnet cloisonne sword fittings, buckles, coins, and a copy of his signet ring. Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris
News Photo : 5th century sword and dagger with sheath from the...