Medieval pouch bag : Historical reproduction of leather pouch bags of the middle ages

Medieval pouch bag : Historical reproduction of leather pouch bags of the middle ages

Pouch Bag, Leather Pouch, Medieval Clothing, Middle Ages, Leather Working, Leather Crafts, Renaissance, Leather

Pouch of leather, 1330-1380 from London excavations. Medieval finds from excavations in London - Dress Accessories, G. Egan, F. Pritchard, HMSO, 1991.

Pouch of leather, from London excavations. Medieval finds from…

These purses are made from vegetable tanned goat skins that have been dyed using period dyes. They are lined with chamois and are made entirely by hand. The design for this purse comes from a surviving example in the Bayerisches National Museum and is a common style in the 16th and 17th centuries. It hangs from a leather cord and is 7 x 7 inches (18 x 18 cms) when open. The main section is large and lined with soft chamois leather. There are also four outer pockets.  £85

These purses are made from vegetable tanned goat skins that have been dyed using period dyes. They are lined with chamois and are made entirely by hand. The design for this purse comes from a surviving example in the Bayerisches National Museum and is a c

(probably the workshop of) Rogier van der Weyden, about 1465, Pietà, detail of wax tablet etui

Ch 'When the canny proprietor pulled a charming etui containing several miniature tablets and a stylus from a cabinet, she succumbed to purchasing that also.' (probably the workshop of) Rogier van der Weyden, about Pietà, detail of wax tablet etui

Leather small bag or pouch, German, 1570–1700 © CSG CIC overall: 180 mm x 120 mm x 120 mm small bag or pouch of soft brown leather. six panels that are overstitched together with the seam reinforced with leather along the lower edges. The central pouch is fastens with a drawstring leather tie at top. Around the bottom of the pouch are four smaller pouches, each fastening with leather drawstring ties. Between these smaller pouches are square buttons with green silk thread rosettes behind.

Leather small bag or pouch, German, © CSG CIC overall: 180 mm x 120 mm…

Elizabethan Purse by Stahlrose on DeviantArt

While medieval reproduction purses are simple to find here, and informations on them, it is hard to get something that's OK for late century. I've seen drawings from such purses as my one befo.

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