A bronze, D-shaped buckle with lobed knops on either end of strap bar, and transverse groves on frame. Buckle based off a combination of extant 14th century examples, but the style was in use from c1250-1500. Buckle accommodates a 1/2” strap.
A bronze, single looped buckle with two pairs of transverse ridges and a notched frame. This buckle is based off a medieval example c 1250-1400. It is 1 3/8” x 7/8” and can accommodate a 5/8 ” strap.