14th Century Medieval Pouch Gallery
Found in the Museum of London's Dress Accessories - Medieval Finds From Excavations in London, the 14th Century Medieval Pouch shows up in many period illuminations from the late 14th to the early 15th century. Characterized as a "leather purse with flaps." The locking clasp keeps your items secure. It was common in period to adorn the medieval purse lids with pilgrim badges from various travels to help keep the lid closed.
The 14th Century Medieval Purse is made of leather and comes with a hook and eye closure in black or brown and will fit a 2 1/2 inch belt. The body of the pouch (not including belt loops) measures 7 high by 9 inches wide, and will accommodate a full checkbook.
Important Note on Colors
I can not promise or guarantee shades of color or patterns in the leather and texture. I will use the best material possible to maintain the look, hand, and color of each pouch shown. The pouch you receive may vary from the pouches shown!