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  • Bow Accesories

    A bow is a weapon used to shoot arrows at a distant target. It is one of the most antique and common weapon of nearly all cultures. The earliest potential arrow heads date from about 64,000 years ago in South Africa. The oldest bows in one piece are the elm Holmegaard bows from Denmark which were dated to 9,000 BC. High performance wooden bows are currently made following the Holmegaard design.

  • Bags

    Medieval and vintage bags made by leather craftsmen in various leather types.

  • Bandanas

    The bandana is a triangular scarf worn over the head with decorative or protective purposes. Colors, and sometimes designs, can be worn as a means of communication or identification.

  • Costume jewelry

    All kinds of medieval jewelry - Rings, Pendants, Celtic pendants, medieval Templar crosses, twins, magnets ...

  • Arm Bracers

    The arm bracer is warrior´s leather bracelet, that extends above the wrist. They are an exquisite accessory because they allow customize, especially if they are leather. The leather can be decorated with metal plates and serves the dual function of protecting and embellishing the armband.

  • Bullets

    Decorative bullets to complement the decorative firearms.

  • Medieval Footwear

    The shoe is an accessory of clothing made with the intention to provide protection and comfort to the foot while doing various activities. In medieval times as nowadays, the shoe solved the need to protect the foot, but it was also a symbol of the social status of wealthy nobles. During the Middle Ages the shoe used to be manufactured with fabrics and leather for a better fit.

  • Horns

    Horns used by ancient civilizations as Vikings or Normans to communicate over long distances.

  • Cartridge Belts

    Cartridge belt and bullets for reloading cartridges or a firearm.

  • Shackles and Handcuffs

    The handcuffs or shackles are a safety device designed to hold together the wrists of an individual. The shackles were used as medieval torture device in the Netherlands and other northern European countries. They consist of a steel collar attached to the wall or a tree by a short chain. This metal ring was placed on the neck and wrists of tortured and secured with a padlock. Its most common use was in the pillory for ecclesiastical or civil offenders. Some cases of this type of torture were still in the early twentieth century in Scotland.

  • Medieval Headwear

    Traditionally, medieval caps were used as protectors against harsh weather. Although not known with certainty, it is thought that the hats have Asian origin, although the Egyptians were using a kind of mob cap or cloth cap. Greeks and Persians also used it regularly.

  • Characterization

    Makeup, wigs, hairpieces, effects and characterization of medieval and fantastic characters.

  • Belts

    Antique belts, medieval style, usually used to carry weapons, swords, daggers, etc. Belt use is documented for male and female clothing since the Bronze Age. Since then, both sexes have put or removed, depending on the current fashion, but it has been a rarity in female fashion with the exception of the early Middle Ages, late seventeenth century

  • Gloves

    This category includes medieval gloves, Templar gloves, etc.. The glove is a garment, whose purpose is to protect the hands or the product to be handled. In the fourth century, for men, the glove was a luxury item, a symbol of elegance. As time went by, glove making began to become a more polished art and the rough mitten deisigns were improved with glove designs allowing the use of fingers individually stitiched to provide a greater freedom and control of the fingers while wearing them.

  • Incense

    The incense is composed of aromatic materials, which release fragrant smoke when burned, perfect to transport us to the medieval era.

  • Baldrics

    Baldric´s function is to support the weight of the sword or other weapons such as knives, daggers, machetes or bayonets, and place them correctly in order to move without being an obstacle.

  • Wands

    Sticks and magic wands used by magicians and druids. The movies and books the owners of these sticks and canes had the power of transformation, cast spells, make things disappear and reappear etc. The wands apart der be the most important object of a magician, it is also peresentan as a versatile element and unlimited power.

  • Scabbards

    A scabbard is a sheath for holding a sword, knife, or other large blade. Scabbards have been made of many materials over the time, including leather, wood, and metals such as brass or steel. In Japan, the scabbards of the katanas are crucial for a rapid unsheath. There are martial arts such as Iaido that deal with the study and practice of unsheath and sheath of the sword.

  • Gaiters

    The gaiter is a protective garment or coat that goes from the ankle to the knee, worn over the shoe and lower pants leg, and used primarily as personal protective equipment. In the Middle ages, both warriors and peasants wore gaiters. This accessory was made from leather and metal plates.

  • Ceramic

    Medieval pottery, chalices, vases, bowls, clay objects, drinking horns, etc..These jars were used to store food and drink. The medieval pottery is the art of making pots, clay objects or other ceramic material by heat and transform them into terracotta pots, earthenware or porcelain. The history of ceramics is linked to the history of almost all the world's peoples and it is attached to the study of human relationships that have enabled progress in this art. The invention of pottery occurred during the Neolithic, when it became necessary in order to store surplus crops produced by agriculture. Often has ceramics served archaeologists for dating sites and even some types of ceramics have named prehistoric cultures.

  • Badges and Coins

    Sheriff badges, Texas Ranger, U.S. Marshall ...Replicas of medieval coins.

  • Medieval tents

    If you don´t find the medieval tent you need, contact us and we will manufacture it for you. We are manufacturers and we can combine and customize colors and motifs.

  • Supports and Stands
    Wooden or metal stands for swords, katanas, daggers, pistols and other weapons. The types of supports may be desktop (horizontal surfaces), floor (to sit on the floor) or prepared to hang on wall.
  • Medieval Books

    Books, manuscripts, facsimiles based in medieval times, biographies, medieval warfare, medieval history ...

  • Maintenance

    Cleaners and lubricants for maintenance steel swords and other weapons.

  • Medieval Cups and Glasses

    This category comprises the cups and glasses with medieval motifs, especially Templars.

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