Twin mantle clasp in the form of roses 1380-1800
Source: The headstone of Elizabeth Seyntmour, Beckington, Somerset, 1475 c.
The set of two medallion clasps in the shape of flower roses fixing on the mantle coners with the help of chain. Such type of fasteners for cloak were very popular among medieval women during 14th, 15th and early 16th century. Such clasps are very comfortable to wear with medieval or Renaissance dresses and even morden clothes.