The Angus Penannular Cloak Pin follows an open ring design seen in historical clothing fasteners for centuries. As far back as 600 AD, the brooch became widely used by the Celtic world with continued popularity into the Viking Age.
From approximately 600 AD and into the Viking Age, open ring brooches such as the Angus Penannular Small Cloak Pin were the chosen clothing fasteners of both Celtic men and women. Style and material even denoted ones social status.
Whether you are a Celt or a Norse Viking, add authenticity to your live action portrayal with the Bernhard Penannular Cloak Pin. This historical clothing fastener follows the open ring brooch design worn from 600 AD and beyond.
With its traditional design, the Bernhard Penannular Small Cloak Pin is a great accessory to a wide range of historical personas. From as far back as 600 AD, the open ring brooch was the clothing fastener of choice in the Celtic world.
With its simple design, the Flattened Penannular Cloak Pin is a great accessory for both LARP and historical costumes. The open ring brooch served as the go-to fastener throughout the Middle Ages, perfect for a wide variety of roles.
In the cold of winter, you are going to want to stay bundled up, and you cannot afford for your cloak to blow away in those powerful blizzard winds. You need a cloak pin you can trust, one like the Hilde Penannular Brooch.
Use the Lyra Penannular Cloak Pin to fasten a great kilt and complete your highland dress, or secure a cloak befitting a high fantasy realm. This fastener takes inspiration from the open ring brooches worn throughout the Middle Ages.
With a design that goes at least as far back as 600 AD, the Lyra Penannular Small Cloak Pin is just as suitable for a medieval cloak as it is for a modern shawl. This brooch is a vital piece to a unique, yet authentic period costume.
Regardless of the role you choose at a historical reenactment or LARP, the Manus Penannular Cloak Pin adds a touch of authenticity to your character. The open ring brooch was the preferred fastener before the appearance of buttons.
Delicately handmade from steel, the Sylvana Cloak Pin makes a beautiful accessory to any historic cloak or cape. The penannular brooch features stylish twists along its partial circle shape with a detailed leaf at each end.
With its wide diameter, the Tenar Penannular Cloak Pin is the perfect fastener for historical garments made from wool and other rough fabrics. It follows an open ring design seen as far back as 600 AD and continuing into the Viking Age.
In the cold of winter, as your steed gallops like lightning through the snow, the last thing you want to worry about is your cloak flying off. No worries! There is an easy fix: equip yourself with the Tenar Penannular Cloak Pin!
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