Viking larp leather Belt 1.5cm with solid cast strap end, buckles & decorative fittings.
The Borrestil is also referred to as the “Greiftierstil” and is a style epoch of viking-temporal art, which is widely used from the 9th to the 10th century. The Borrestil was named after Borre in the Norwegian commune of Horten, on the west bank of the Oslofjord. Particularly characteristic of the borrestile are its animal and nodal ornaments, which are found on numerous jewelery items of the Viking Age. The Borrestil belongs to the earlier of the seven great Viking art styles and was replaced by the Jelling style in the course of the 10th century.
This leather belt is 100% suitable for use for the following: LARP Costume, SCA Costume, Cosplay Costume, Stage & Film Costume. It is of a quality and durability that if maintained correctly will last for many years.