Medieval kidney purse with Fleur-de-Lys fittings.
This spacious medieval kidney purse was made of sturdy leather and is decorated with three Fleur-de-Lys shaped metal fittings.
Kidney purses are typical for the late Middle Ages between 1400 – 1500 A.D. and can be found not only on medieval paintings but also in the historical finds of medieval belt purses.
In addition to the three Fleur de Lys fittings, the replica of a medieval buckle based on a historical model dominates the front of the kidney purse as an eye-catcher and closes it securely.
Dimensions of the kidney purse: 22 x 22 cm.
The belt loops of the purse are suitable for belts up to 5 cm wide.
The medieval kidney purse is available in black or brown leather with silver or brass buckle and fittings made of zamak.