15th Century Pouch|
"Annunciation Triptych" Gallery
The 15th century medieval belt pouch is taken from the "Annunciation Triptych" illumination.
This pouch shows up often in other 15th century illumination. In the "Annunciation Triptych" the
purse is adorned
with two moon shaped fittings, has a buckle, and fashionably displays a bollock knife
or dagger in a scabbard tucked behind the pouch. The buckle is from Museum of London's Dress Accessories. This seems to be the purse or
pouch of a Nobleman and is worn by a man.
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!
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