Small Viking Belt Set from Borre
I have copied this buckle from the famous Viking excavation in Borre, Norway, (after which the Borre style of Viking art is named). It is a common type of belt set, widespread in the mid-9th – early 10th century. This is actual size of the original. The strap end is split for easy riveting to the leather. I have made this small belt set thick and substantial.
If you want your buckle set put on a belt, see the Viking belt offer at the start of this Belt Fittings section.
Takes a strap 11mm wide, tapering to the strap end. Strap end length 46mm (nearly 2 inches).