Hair decoration from the Middle Ages
This beautiful hairpin is a hair ornament made of bone material. The 15 cm long filigree fine work was copied from a hairpin made of bone from the epoch of the Middle Ages.
- filigree file works
- 15cm long
- natural colours
- Material : Bones
The Epoch of the Middle Ages
The period of the Middle Ages is described as an epoch between antiquity and modern times. The term itself emerged from the subsequent epoch, the Renaissance. The epoch is divided into Early, Middle and Late Middle Ages. The Middle Ages are often described as the 'dark Middle Ages', because the Hundred Years' War, the Crusades and the Plague took place here. Today we know that this must be seen in a much more differentiated way. In the Middle Ages there was not only oppression and disease, but also pioneering developments such as the founding of the first universities, the flourishing of the first large cities and the rise of trade and crafts.
Hair decoration in the Middle Ages
The hair ornaments in the Middle Ages were made of various materials depending on the status and reputation of the woman. They could be made of noble materials, such as precious metal, but also of simpler fabrics. These included bone or horn, felt and leather. These were used to make colourful hair bands and unusual hairpins with which women tamed or decorated their hair.
Special medieval jewellery
This special bone hairpin made with love to the detail is a very special jewellery that no fair woman should miss! So if you are looking for medieval accessories to complete or complement your robe, you've come to the right place! We offer also still further refined medieval head jewellery. This special unique piece is also suitable as a historical completion of the theatrical costume, as a supplement and enrichment for history lessons or simply as jewelry for your own hair, with which you can decorate your hair in a variety of ways. Even if you are looking for an individual and unusual gift, you can't go wrong with this beautiful hairpin.
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