Viking long belt borre style, belt made of brown leatherOrder number: 55.116
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Narrow Viking belt with strap end after a Norwegian find.
The Viking belt is equipped with belt tongue and buckle in the Borre style after a find from the 9th - 10th century.
Belt buckle and strap end on this only 0,59 inch (1.5 cm) narrow Viking belt are based on a Norwegian find in Borre style, one of the seven great styles of art of the Viking Age.
The belt strap is made of vegetable-tanned cowhide of 0,08- 0,1 inch (2 - 2.5 mm) thickness and perfect for the historical garb in larp and viking re-enactment.
Two embossed lines along the edges of the straps further emphasize the elegant shape of this narrow Viking belt.
The Borre style is also referred to as griffon animal style and is a widely used from the 9th to 10th century style epoch of the Viking-temporal art. The Borough style was named after the village of Borre in the Norwegian municipality of Horten, on the western shore of Oslofjord. Characteristic for the Borre style are his animal and knot ornaments, which can be found on numerous pieces of jewelry of the Viking Age. The Borre style is one of the earlier of the seven great Viking art styles and was replaced in the course of the 10th century by Jelling style.
The belt is long enough to be worn knotted. The belt circumference can easily be further reduced or enlarged with a punch.
One size: width 0,59 inch (1.5 cm), for waist circumference 36,22 - 42,13 inch (92 - 107 cm), complete belt length: 64,96 inch (165 cm)
Price per long belt.