Hooks and eyes in different stages of production, Kempten Allgäu-Museum. Photo by Marion McNealy Wikipedia dates the image to 15-16th century, but mentions everyday items from 14th to 16th century was found in house no. 8

Hooks and eyes in different stages of production, Kempten Allgäu-Museum. Photo by Marion McNealy Wikipedia dates the image to century, but mentions everyday items from to century was found in house no.

Meister der Karlsruher Passion,Entkleidung, detailpurg

Meister der Karlsruher Passion,Entkleidung, detail ca 1440

Bourse en cuir souple, XVe - Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienne

Bourse en cuir souple, XVe - Museum für angewandte Kunst, Vienne

Leather pouch, Kalmar, Sweden. Medieval

Pouch found in Slottfjärden, Kalmar, Sweden. H: 13 cm W: cm Dating medieval

The Presentation in the Temple probably about 1460-75, Master of the Life of the Virgin

The Presentation in the Temple probably about Master of the Life of the Virgin

Devotionale Abbatis Ulrici Rösch Wiblingen 15. Jahrhundert (1472) N° XII. B.Virg. Einsidlensis. / Codex 285(1106)  Folio 187

Devotionale Abbatis Ulrici Rösch Wiblingen 15. Jahrhundert (1472) N° XII. B.Virg. Einsidlensis. / Codex 285(1106) Folio 187

gesp, Anoniem, circa 1450 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Boijmans Collection Online - Our collection consists of more than objects, of which over can be found online.

Buckle plate decorated with cording along the edge and stippled designs in the centre. This was from a batch of unfinished buckles and matching belt-ends that was dumped in a well near Cheapside. The mass-produced, cheap fittings were made from folded and stamped brass sheet, which was probably imported from Nuremberg in Germany. Late 15th - early 16th century | Museum of London

Buckle plate decorated with cording along the edge and stippled designs in the centre. This was from a batch of unfinished buckles and matching belt-ends that was dumped in a well near Cheapside. The mass-produced, cheap fittings were made from folded and stamped brass sheet, which was probably imported from Nuremberg in Germany. Late 15th - early 16th century | Museum of London

Buckle plate Buckle plate decorated with cording along the edge. This was from a batch of unfinished buckles and matching belt-ends that was dumped in a well near Cheapside. The mass-produced, cheap fittings were made from folded and stamped brass sheet, which was probably imported from Nuremberg in Germany.  Production Date: late 15th - early 16th century

Buckle plate Buckle plate decorated with cording along the edge.

Strap end with stamped decoration of cording and beading. This was from a batch of unfinished buckles and matching belt-ends that was dumped in a well near Cheapside. The mass-produced, cheap fittings were made from folded and stamped brass sheet, which was probably imported from Nuremberg in Germany. Late 15th - early 16th century | Museum of London

Strap end with stamped decoration of cording and beading. This was from a batch of unfinished buckles and matching belt-ends that was dumped in a well near Cheapside. The mass-produced, cheap fittings were made from folded and stamped brass sheet, which was probably imported from Nuremberg in Germany. Late 15th - early 16th century | Museum of London

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