Portobello buckles for shoes with anchors XVIII

Portobello buckles for shoes with anchors XVIII


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A handmade reproduction of a buckle for large footwear. Perfect for XVII men’s shoes. Available in two silver and gold finishes and with two fastening systems.

SKU: Hebilla-calzado-Portobello


Reproduction of buckles for footwear from the late 18th century. Anacronicos.com Collection.

We love to dress in the past and we are always looking for treasures to improve our outfits! We were fortunate to buy an original buckle at Portobello Market (Peter Grrenhalgh Antique Shop), manufactured in the late 18th century by William and Jhon Deane. These brothers began their journey as goldsmiths in 1759, located in their workshop on Whitecross Street in London, very close to St. Paul’s Cathedral.

It was love! And you already know that if we like it we cannot stop sharing it. It was difficult but we already have it here. Our Portobello buckle and it is Perfect!

  • Made entirely in brass.
  • Gold Plated.
  • Manufactured entirely in Spain.

How do these buckles work?

Do not you know how these buckles are placed?

Do not worry! We explain it to you in our blog.



Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 8 × 8 × 8 cm

Gold Plated, Silver Plated


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