Some neat medieval wear photos:
Three Daisy Combined-Media Chainmaille & Leather Cuff
Image by The ChainMaille Girl
Very first I created a strip of chain maille in the Japanese 12 in two weave. Then I hooked up it to a piece of leather that I lower to the size of a 1” cuff. Married the two with jump rings and, voila, a really special and unique OOAK awesome cuff! It has a solitary snap closure. The leather is three/16” thick.
This bracelet is all set to be worn to school, on your bike, or even to the mall!
The Round Tower
Picture by gerardov
Glendalough (Irish: Gleann Dá Loch, meaning "Glen of Two Lakes") is a glacial valley situated in County Wicklow, Ireland, renowned for its Early Medieval monastic settlement founded in the sixth century by St Kevin, a hermit priest, and destroyed in 1398 by English troops
The Treasury: Pendant with Virgin and Kid
Picture by peterjr1961
Pendant with Virgin and Little one
Day early 16th century Made in Nuremberg, Germany
The layout of this pendant served as the insignia for the Schwanenorden, or Buy of the Swan, launched in 1443 by Friedrich II, elector of Brandenburg. Several contemporary portraits present related pendants worn on chains all around the neck with a large pearl or other ornament suspended from a loop. The picture of the Virgin and Kid on the crescent moon, inspired by Revelation, is similar in composition to woodcuts by Hans Baldung Grien, a protégé of Albrecht Dürer in Nuremberg.