Medieval brown leather corset with Templar medieval cross
Medieval brown leather corset, hand dyed and decorated with a piece of leather in the shape of a Templar cross, a fantastic accessory for your medieval fair or historical reenactment event.
This is a typically medieval design because of its central motif of the cross pattée, that cross that has narrow arms in the center and wide arms at the ends. Red is a color that represents the blood shed by Christ.
This medieval leather corset that we bring you in Yute, presents a design in which stands out the cross dyed in a reddish tone worn by time on a triangular piece of dark color, which makes this piece of handcrafted leather stand out even more. This product measures 14 cm high in both the front and back pieces and is handcrafted in top quality bovine leather.
For greater comfort of this Yute design, the method of fastening is on the sides with dark brown cotton strings as a corset, this adjustment on both sides makes the belt fits a range of sizes.
It is a medieval corset that slims and enhances the figure of the Medieval woman, ideal to combine with a set of innkeeper skirt and white blouse, without forgetting a hooded cape that gives style and warmth to your vintage events.
It is a handcrafted medieval leather corset that elevates a basic dress, it can be worn by an innkeeper or tavern keeper as well as by a Medieval merchant.
The leather pieces that make up this handcrafted sash are hand-dyed so there will be differences in the treatment of aging in each product. If the exact color of the leather is important for your historical reenactment costume, please contact us to know the shade of the current stock of the product.
We are specialists in medieval corset with Templar cross, in Yute we know what we sell and we are committed to our customers. If you have any request or question do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to assist you.
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