A combination of quatrefoil (four-petal-flower) and latticework pattern.

latticework: Geoff Egan, Francis Pritchard (Ed.): Dress Accessories 1150 – 1450. Woodbridge, Suffolk 1991, p. 43 – 45. Cataloguenumber 19, Fig. 26

quatrefoil: p. 128, cataloguenumber 597


Late 14th to early 15th ct.


Width: 12 to 15mm



Examples for the singular stamps are decorations of the London Finds currently housed in the Museum of London. The quatrefoil and the latticework patterns are to be found on different strap fragments.


55 Euro

Raised cross in lozenge (own design)

14th to 15th ct.

Width: 12 to 15mm


50 Euro

St. Catherine´s wheel

14th ct.

Width: 12 to 15mm


A symbol of St. Catherine of the Sinai. Relique-finds and contemporary sources suggest that she was one of the most popular Saints in the middle of Europe during the 14th ct.


50 Euro

Divided lozenge, split in straight line and wave surrounded by circular framework (own design).

15th ct.

Width: 15mm


50 Euro

Quatrefoil (fourpetal- flower)

Geoff Egan, Francis Pritchard (Ed.): Dress Accessories 1150 to 1450. Woodbridge, Suffolk 1991, p. 128. Cataloguenumber 597

14th to 15th ct.


Width: 10 to 25mm



The quatrefoil pattern is part of the London Finds currently to be seen in the Museum of London.


50 Euro

St. Andrew´s cross with dots (own design)

14th to 15th ct.

Width: 12 to 15mm


50 Euro

Crossflower (own design based on finds)

14th to 15th ct.

Width: 12 to 15mm


50 Euro

Raised lily in lozenge

J. Cowjill, M. De Nergaard, N. Griffith (Ed.): Knifes and scabbards. London 2000², p. 144. Cataloguenumber 440, Fig. 16

14th to 15th ct.


Width: 12 to 15mm



The fleur des Lys pattern is found on different scabbardfragments in the London Finds, currently to be seen in the Museum of London.


50 Euro

Floral pattern formed out of four single stampings

Based on: Geoff Egan, Francis Pritchard (Ed.): Dress Accessories 1150 to 1450. Woodbridge, Suffolk 1991, p. 43. Cataloguenumber 18, Fig. 25


14th to 15th ct.


Width: 12 to 15mm



The square stamp is divided in lines two sets of lines which are poised on each other in a right angle and if turned clockwise four times form the pattern.

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55 Euro

Triple lined lozenges with floral border formed by four single stampings

Based on: Geoff Egan, Francis Pritchard (Hg.): Dress Accessories 1150 to 1450. Woodbridge, Suffolk 1991, S. 43. Inventarnummer 18, Abb. 25


14th to 15th ct.


Width: 12 to 15mm



The square stamp is divided in lines two sets of lines which are poised on each other in a right angle and if turned clockwise four times form the pattern.


55 Euro

Blocks of saltires (latticework)

Geoff Egan, Francis Pritchard (Hg.): Dress Accessories 1150 to 1450. Woodbridge, Suffolk 1991, p. 43. Cataloguenumber 18, Fig. 25


14th to 15th ct.


Width: 12 to 15mm



This pattern is found on a girdelframent of the London Finds, currently to be seen at the Museum of London.


50 Euro

Simple latticework pattern

Geoff Egan, Francis Pritchard (Ed.): Dress Accessories 1150 to 1450. Woodbridge, Suffolk 1991, p. 43 – 45. Cataloguenumber 19, Fig. 26

13th to 15th ct.


Width: 10 to 15mm


50 Euro

Gothic cross (own design)

14th to 15th ct.

Width: 12 to 15mm


50 Euro

Lozenged cross-shaped flower

Günther Gall: Leder im europäischen Kunsthandwerk. Braunschweig 1965, p. 101 Fig. 72

13th to 15th ct.


Width: 10 to 15mm



Different varieties of the lozenged cross-shaped flower were quiet popular for framing or ornamental work. It is found decorating over a long period of as much as three centuries for example scabbards and Minnekästchen (gift chests as love tokens).


50 Euro

Combination of gothic arcs and Fleur de Lys (own design)

15th ct.

Width: 12 to 15mm


55 Euro

Lots of lozenges (own design)

15th to 16th ct.


Width: 22 to 25 mm


75 Euro

Sea of leaves (own design)

15th to 16th ct.

Width: 22 to 25mm

75 Euro

Ridged leaves in double diagonal rows

J. Cowjill, M. De Nergaard, N. Griffith (Hg.): Knifes and scabbards. London 2000², p. 144. Cataloguenumber 438, PLATE 15

14th ct.
Width: 12 to 15mm


55 Euro

Plain St. Andrew´s cross in chessboard pattern (own design)

13th to 16th ct.

Width: 10 to 15mm


The St. Andrew´s cross is a popular burgundian design, which found its way into the Holy Roman Empire due to the marriage of Maximilian I. and Ann of Burgundy.


50 Euro

Large cross in ornamental rectangle (own design)

15th ct.

Width: 12 to 16mm


50 Euro

„Easter eggs“: St. Andrew´s cross with inlaid cross design

15th ct.

Width: 12 to 15mm


50 Euro

A combination of quatrefoil (four-petal-flower) and latticework pattern.

latticework: Geoff Egan, Francis Pritchard (Ed.): Dress Accessories 1150 to 1450. Woodbridge, Suffolk 1991, p. 43 – 45. Cataloguenumber 19, Fig. 26

quatrefoil: p. 128, cataloguenumber 597


Late 14th to early 15th ct.


Width 12 to 15mm



Examples for the singular stamps are decorations of the London Finds currently housed in the Museum of London. The quatrefoil and the latticework patterns are to be found on different strap fragments.


55 Euro

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