Medieval Knight's Belt of Otto of Orlamünde
This beautiful reconstruction was one of the belts of Otto VI. (VII.), Count of Weimar-Orlamünde, Lord of Plassenburg & Rudolstadt (1297 - 1340). The model for the belt is a stone portrait depicting Otto which can be found in the Bavarian monastery of Himmelkron.
The belt is made of approx. 2mm thick leather, is approx. 4 cm wide and is 146 cm long in total. The round buckle with pronounced spike, the end fitting and the flower-like fittings are made of brass.
It also comes unpunched so that it can be customised.
- Material: genuine leather (2 mm thick), brass.
- Available colours: black or dark brown
- Length: approx. 146 cm (total) / 131 cm (strap only)
- Width: approx. 4 cm
- Buckle: outer diameter approx. 7 cm, inner diameter approx. 5 cm
- Weight: approx. 260 g
Scope of delivery: 1x medieval knight belt by Otto von Orlamünde