Polish Hussar Supply Plus
|SABER BELTS WITH
No nobleman would leave his manor house
without his saber on his side. So how were
these sabers carried?
They were suspended from specially made
leather or cloth belts.
These beautifully made replicas of Eastern
saber belts have semi precious stones in the
slides and clasps as well as adjustable hangers.
Handmade in Poland.
Starting at $250.00 plus shipping
Modeled after original bags recovered at the 17th century battlefield dig site at Beresteczko, Ukraine. Pouches were
for carrying musket balls and other essentials. Today they come in handy at re-enactments as a safe
place to carry your
car keys, cell phone
The pouches slide
over most belts and
can be made in a
variety of colors.
Kaletka bags start at
A steel and brass plaque worn over the zupan depicting nationalistic symbols, coats of arms or religious icons.
Rygrafs were often thought to protect the wearer by his
faith and devotion so iconic images of
Our Lady of Czestochowa, Madonna of the Ostrobrama
or a patron Saint were displayed.
I make these out of steel, often I will blacken the
steel with heat and oil so rust to prevent rust.
The trim and images are brass and
I carve the details by hand.
Starting at 250.00 USD plus shipping
CASES or in Polish
'ładownica' were worn
across the chest by noble cavalrymen
like pancerni and hussars on a
leather or cloth belt. The cases kept
pistol and musket paper cartridges
of blackpowder and musket ball dry.
These cartridge boxes were often
works of art with brass trim, semi
precious stones and family coats
of arms on the flap.
Starting at $250.00
|LEATHER AND BRASS SABER BELTS
Hand made from genuine leather and feature hand stamped brass bosses and belt tips. These belts range from
simple black or brown leather infantry or light cavalryman's belts to ornate nobleman's belts with two adjustable
leather straps to hang your saber from.
and go up.
for your kit.