When Lords were invited to special parties, feasts, or events at Court they often dressed to the nines wearing their best. They dressed in a robe fastened round the waist, and having long bands attached to the sleeves near the wrists. Some were fastened at the collar by a round buckle, and two bands of stuff forming a kind of necklace. Crusades also gave rise to the general use of the purse, which was suspended to a decorative belt by a cord of silk or cotton, and sometimes by a metal chain. An example of a belt that would have been worn is the Quatrefoil Medieval Handmade Leather Belt. Adorned heavily with brass accents this belt is lavish and fitting of any Lord of the land. The buckle is 100% real brass with a traditional medieval design. Brass quatrefoil conchos line the length of the belt and ends with a decorative chape. Finish off any medieval outfit with this exquisite piece.
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