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Buckler earring stud (14th c. Shield) 3d printed

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Buckler earring stud (14th c. Shield) 3d printed
Buckler earring stud (14th c. Shield) 3d printed

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Buckler earring stud (14th c. Shield) 3d printed
Buckler earring stud (14th c. Shield) 3d printed

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Buckler earring stud (14th c. Shield)

$38.50
3D printed in pure brass in its natural state with a slightly rough antique finish.
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Product Description
The buckler is a small shield that was worn on the off side hand, particularly useful for protecting your (one handed) sword hand. When fighting with a buckler, the outer measure of fighting becomes significantly smaller and grappling and locking becomes easier. I occasionally fight with a buckler myself, and it really helps getting closer to your opponent. This design of this buckler has been loosely based on a 1317 AD drawing from the "Legende de Saint Denis". The original probably has no holes, is a bit bigger (around 30cm) and was therefore too big to be worn as a cufflink (which is a 16th century invention). I have not intended any symbol to be portrayed here, other than a buckler.
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What's in the box:
Buckler earring stud (14th c. Shield)
Dimensions:
1.8 x 1.8 x 2.41 cm
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0.71 x 0.71 x 0.95 inches
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Mature audiences only.
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