In Middle Ages a knight’s girdle was a mark and a symbol of knighthood available in theory only to dubbed knights. Often though very spectacular girdles were worn by men at arms and squires of mighty rulers, and also by bailiffs and other officials who were not necessarily knights. There are also numerous depictions of high-born women wearing typical knight’s girdles.
The replicas made in our workshop are always based on iconographical depictions from given historical period (usually a statue or an effigy) or extant examples that survived the ages. Thanks to very precise manufacturing process our belts are light, which makes them comfortable to wear.