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cloak clasps

A few of my new acid etched cloak clasps! Hand made medium sized Brass clasps, bottom set is about 1 1/2 per piece in diameter. singles are $20 retail and doubles are $40 retail. I also have wholesale pricing for dealers!!!

I guess I should show the hook, here it is. Sorry no camera so had to us copier. not great shots.

 Hook Clasp For Cloak Clasps
back of hook clasp. sewn directly to cloakHook Clasp For Cloak Clasps
Leather Celtic Knotwork Cloak Clasp

Hand tooled leather cloak clasp. I can make these in different colors and different Knotwork patterns. This is approximately 6" long. $35.00

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Jolly Roger Cloak Clasp Jolly Roger Cloak Clasp

Arr matey there be pirates in them there cloaks. Show the world your inner pirate with this skull and crossed bones pirate cloak clasp. Unlike the 2 plated Eyes of Ra set this is a single plate and comes with a detached hook that is sewn directly to the cloak.
These can also be formed and a pin made for just a little extra. With the pin they can be used as hair pieces, cloak clasps or even kilt pins. If you want it to be different just ask. $25.00

Boar Cloak Clasp Boar Cloak Clasp

To the ancient Vikings and Celts the Boar was a symbol of strength and power. In a time when might made right these ancient warriors would call upon the spirit of the boar to give them the upper hand against their enemies.
This handmade metal cloak clasp is etched from solid brass and has two thick rings soldered to each end. One ring is sewn to the cloak while the other is used for the hook clasp that comes with it.
From ring to ring this piece is 2 3/4" an height is 1 1/2". $35.00

Handmade Metal Cloak Clasp Triskele in BrassHandmade Metal Cloak Clasp Triskele in Brass

US $25.00 Original Price   This Handmade metal triskele cloak clasp is etched in brass and has two beefy rings soldered to the back. It and the hook clasp are sewn directly to the cloak.
It measures about 2" from ring to ring!

What self respecting deity has one eye? Oops, sorry Odin! This was the first of my finished cloak clasps. It portrays the eye's of Ra, the Ancient Egyptian Sun God. It is made of solid brass and brass links are soldered on with silver jewelers solder. They are rugged and do come with a brass hook for clasping. just sew the outer rings to your favorite cloak or cape. Overall length is 6". height is 1 1/2".
These pieces can also be formed and a brass spike made for them to be worn in the hair or as a pin!

Eye of Ra Cloak Clasp

This piece just exudes the power of Ra! The ancient Egyptian Sun God, Ruler of all the Egyptian Gods. This piece is etched of solid brass with two thick brass rings soldered to each end. The etching process caused the background texture that gives the sense of raw energy. This piece comes with a hand made hook clasp which is also sewn to the cloak for closure!
From ring to ring this piece measures 2 3/4" and height is 1 1/2". $35.00Eye of Ra Cloak Clasp

very nice.

Celtic Hounds Cloak Clasp This is a 2 plate Celtic 3 hounds cloak clasp. It is acid etched and comes with a hook attached. These are etched brass.


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