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Medieval hair ornaments and medieval beard beads



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Medieval hair ornaments and medieval beard beads

 

The medieval hair jewelry was for the ladies of the Middle Ages a way to tame the hair and decorate it at the same time. This could be flower wreaths, various ribbons, hairpins or hair beads. The men showed off less their hair, but more their beard - so the medieval beard beads initially served to give the beards structure and color. During this time, it was common to decorate facial hair with gold or silver beads. The trend spread to other cultures, using different types of beads made of glass, wood, clay and precious stones.

What kind of medieval hair jewelry and medieval beard beads do we offer?

- Viking beads
- Hair spirals
- Curly beads
- Hair beads with Celtic patterns
- Renaissance style beard beads
- Beard beads with animal Patterns

What materials are our beads made of?

Our hair and beard beads are mostly made of bronze, some of which are silver plated. However, we also offer pieces made of zamac, which are then plated in silver or brass.

What materials are our beads made of?

Our hair and beard beads are mostly made of bronze, which were partially silver-plated. However, we also offer pieces made of zamac, which were then coated in silver or brass.

Medieval hair jewelry and medieval beard beads - what happened next?

Although the fashion of facial jewelry lost popularity during the Renaissance, it experienced a revival during the Victorian era. Men once again adorned their facial hair with beads, and some even added intricate patterns to draw attention to their beards. Today, beard beads are still used by some men as a stylish accessory. The beads come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials, so they can be used to create beautiful designs. Beard beads offer many benefits to those who wear them. They help maintain the shape of a beard or mustache by preventing tangles and keeping the beard in shape by adding weight. Wearing beaded jewelry can also help reduce itching and irritation that can be caused by facial hair. Finally, beard pearls add a touch of style and personality to any man's look.

The hair ornaments have increased in diversity over time, so came hairbands, tiaras, tiaras and at the present time, of course, various barrettes, hair clips and the like. The ladies of high society, of course, have paid much attention to high-quality jewelry and royal appearance. Whereas, on the other hand, the common people had to get along with much cheaper jewelry. Nowadays, however, also like in the past, tiaras and tiaras are gladly worn at weddings, as this is a day that is well suited for such a noble piece. In everyday life, hair beads and other hair ornaments are a nice idea to style the hair and decorate it at the same time, without being too overbearing.

Medieval hair jewelry and medieval beard beads - a beautiful accessory!

Whether you're looking for an accessory to highlight your beard, make your hair shine, or just curious about the history of facial jewelry, beard beads and hair beads are a beautiful option worth exploring. They can complete the carnival costume, the garb of the next medieval market or the outfit for a larp event. They offer many advantages and allow all who wish to express their own individual style.