Pugio Frog for Roman Belt- Mainz Pattern, Brass, Pair
Roman Pugio Frog, Belt Fitting, Mainz Pattern, Brass, Set of 2
This Roman dagger frog (suspension mount) is based on finds from the Mainz area, Germany. Dated to the 1st century A.D., the original artefacts belonged to a Roman legionary's cingulum or balteus.
This reproduction of a Roman belt fitting is cast from 2 mm thick brass and has an antiqued finish. As the hinged chape has no holes, mounting it to a belt will require drilling.
Such brass frogs are perfectly suited for your own DIY Roman belt project or as replacement/spare parts. Mounting hardware is not included in delivery.
An ideal accessory for Roman re-enactment.
These belt fittings are sold in pairs.
Set of 2
Material: cast brass with antiqued finish
Overall length (incl. plate): approx. 6.8 cm
Width at broadest point: approx. 4.2 cm
Diameter of the circular head: approx. 3.2 cm
Weight (apiece): approx. 40 g
Best suited for approx. 4 cm wide leather belts
Specs may slightly vary from piece to piece.
Shipping Weight: 0.25 kg