Length ap. 105 cmWidth 5 cmSource: Tomb of Prince Edward died 1376, Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, UK
Belt: a buckle + 18 round plaques + 34 trefoil = 105 cm
This belt is the replica of the belt from the headstone of Edward of Woodstock, Prince of Wales who lived at the end of 14th century and well know as the Black Prince. On the head stone of his tomb we can see good made bronze statue of Edward with the knight belt. This belt is decorated by 18 round plaques with the effigy of lion head surrounded by blue transparent enamel and by 34 trefoil-shaped mounts which are fixed one above other. In the center there is a massive buckle with the effigy of walking lion and enameled background as a symbol of Plantaganet Kings. The buckle fix the belt on the hips.
Round plaques size 45x45 mm
Trefoil mounts size 23x23 mm
Buckle size 70x70 mm
You can order extra additional removable piece with any number of mounts which fixes with a help of decorated pin. With the help of such additional elements your belt can be adjusted for the costume and armour size.