Fibulas have been used since the bronze age to close clothing on the wearers' body. Often referred to as "the buttons before there were buttons", they were used up to the late medieval period until the button and buttonhole were introduced. Used as jewlery they were often decorating the rich.
Mytholon's Sylvana fibula is such a decorative fibula. As with all their steel and iron ware, it is made by hand. The fibula is beatifully decorated with leaves on its end. The ring is completly torqued. It was sanded down only a little to keep the rough, wrought iron look.
All our cloaks and coats can be worn with a fibula, but please note that the removal of the buttons or creation of holes with the fibula's "thorn" may void the warranty.