This belt set was discovered while excavations in Novgorod and is attributed to XIII - XIV centuries. The original set consisted of a buckle, 3 heart-shaped and 4 crescent-shaped mounts. It also had 3 trapezoid pendants and 3 strapends. All these elements were made of copper, the ornament was made with red enameling, which is hardly seen now.
There is no any similar belt sets in the mound findings of the region, which make the archeologists suggest the version it was made by the local artisan. Unfortunately, there is no any description of the order the original details were found, and it seems some elements of the belt set are missing. That is why we suggest the traditional kit with more details, than the original one consists of. All our elements are made of brass, but silver and gold plating are still available.