Germanic pomp belt made of black leatherOrder number: 55.115-M
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Germanic pomp belt inspired by the find from the ship grave of Sutton Hoo.
Magnificent belts were part of representative clothing for Anglo-Saxons and Germanic tribes.
The Germanic pomp belt is inspired by the model of the historical original from the find of Sutton Hoo, without completely following it.
Our Sutton Hoo belt is a creative interpretation that follows the Germanic design language of Anglo-Saxon culture and combines the belt plate of the original buckle with the raven fittings on the bag from Sutton Hoo to create a successful symbiosis.
There are fittings on both sides of the belt that match the buckle. These are not only very decorative, but their weight ensures that the buckle is always centered on the clothing. So this extremely magnificent buckle always comes into its own.
Germanic pomp buckles, such as the belt buckle from Sutton Hoo, were often made of silver, often also gold-plated and sometimes even made of pure gold. Our Sutton Hoo buckle is made of zamak metal. This alloy withstands the camp life and is also suitable for everyday use.
The 1,97 inch (5 cm) wide belt Sutton Hoo is made of high quality, vegetable-tanned cowhide leather of 0,12 - 0,14 inch (3 - 3.5 mm) thickness of the best quality and available in black with a silver-colored buckle made of zamak metal.
The pomp belt by Sutton Hoo is 1,97 inch (5 cm) wide.
Available in three sizes:
- S: waist circumference 33,47 - 38,19 inch (85 - 97 cm)
- M: waist circumference 37,4 - 42,13 inch (95 - 107 cm)
- L: waist circumference 41,34 - 46,06 inch (105 - 117 cm)
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