Medieval Falconer's Pouch Gallery
The medieval falconer's pouch or bag is often seen pictured in hunting scenes of the 14th and 15th centuries. It is also referred to as a gilperie bag or satchel. The huntsman's bag has a 5 inch metal ring sewn into the mouth to accommodate small game or tasty bits for the falcon. This historical bag or pouch is often shown in medieval hunting scenes worn by huntsman of the middle ages with tassels or other adornments from the bottom corners.
The buckle is from Museum of London's "Dress Accessories - Medieval Finds From Excavations in London", is classified as a double oval and is cast of brass.
The Medieval Falconer's pouch is made of leather and comes in brown or black, has a 4 inch ring to shape the mouth, has a buckled belt loop for easy removal that also accommodates a 4 inch belt, is 10 inches high and 9 inches wide (not including belt loop, and has leather cord closure.
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!