Brooches and Badges

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Size: 37*20 mm
3.00 EUR
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Size: 30 x 30 mm Source: The Head of a Woman c 1452. Geertgen tot Sint Jons Material: bronze, gold plated, garnet
16.50 EUR
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Size: 40x35 mm Source: P.Christus "Saint Eligius" 1449.
32.00 EUR
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Size: 38 х 38 mm Material: bronze, enamel, gold plated. Source: Flemish paintings
14.50 EUR
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Size 37х37 mm Source: archaeological finding from London Museum
5.00 EUR
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Material: bronze. Size: 35 х 40 mm Sourse: Bourgogne paintings.
5.00 EUR
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Material: bronze, casting Size: 40 х 30 mm Source: from tapestry fragment, Bas-Rhin, France, Flemish and Burgundian paintings
6.50 EUR
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Ave Maria medieval badge (Code: EBr-02-M)
Size: 40 х 30 mm Source: from tapestry fragment, Bas-Rhin, France
6.50 EUR
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Size: 45 х 45 mm Source: archaeological finding of England, Museume Victoria&Albert
5.50 EUR
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Size: 45 х 45 mm Source: archaeological finding of England, Victoria&Albert Museum
5.50 EUR
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Size: 30x20 mm
2.00 EUR
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Size: 36x30 mm
4.50 EUR
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 In this category, we offer for sale bronze-casted badges, fibulas, clasps, fittings and brooches.Medieval brooches and badges

All these costume jewellery have not only aesthetic but also practical value.

With fibula or clasp, fasten the ends of the coat together.

Fittings used to lace collar of chemise in Renaissance period.

  Brooches attached at clothes for beauty.  

Brass badges pinned on a headwear – Tirol hut, beret or bagcap, hood or chaperon. You can choose a badge with different images: St. Anthony or Madonna, sun, lamb or sword. In Middle Ages Europe, badges often was symbols of the workshops and pointed at its owner professional affiliation and occupation.  Each image is a symbol, representing certain idea.

Pilgrim badges was very popular throughout Europe from 12 to 16 century.   These badges represent images of lives and deaths of Christ, Holy Virgin and Saints. A lamb with a cross for instance, signify an Agnus Dei - Jesus Christ.

 
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dieval accessories (brooches and badges) impart the costume an conformity with historical epoch.