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17th century buckled baldric

17th century buckled baldric
This baldric is made from brown cattle hide and is stitched by hand. The design comes from a painting of Charles II Dancing at a Ball at Court 1660 by Hieronymus Janssens. It has three large brass buckles that allows the length to be adjusted and the seams are stitched with a decorative cross stitch.

It is 65 inches (164cm) long from the bottom, over the shoulder and back to the bottom and can be adjusted to 72 inches (182cm) long . The strap is 2 1/4 inches (5.5cm) wide at the narrowest point and the two loops are 6 inches (15cm) wide. The loops will take a sword scabbard that is upto 2 1/2 inches(6cm) wide.
Price: £105.00
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