This set was found in a rich 14c. burial of a noble horseman near the village of Kovaliovka in the south of Ukraine (western borderof the Golden Horde). The set consists of one square buckle, one strapend, 6 shaped mounts and 4 round pieces with loops to hang sabre or other things on. The style of the set is typical for the period Mongol-Tatar art but in some details was evidently influenced by the traditions of Chinese (Jurchen) art. The set presented here is enlarged (x1.5 bigger) as compared to the original one.