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If you don't look the part yet, you need to finish off your costume or display with these items while you can.

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Camo Silicone Wedding Bands - Set of 2

#201652
A safe alternative for jobs that require working with hands every day, these silicone rubber rings are heat resistant, non-conductive, flexible, and waterproof. Ideal for military and law enforcement professionals wishing to prevent finger injuries caused by wearing a typical metal ring.
$22.95

Adjustable String Tie

#201584
This pre-tied string tie has an adjustable neck strap. The poly-silk tie has a stiff 5” wide bow with 6” tails. The attached 3/4” band adjusts up to 22". Great for frontier, southern gentleman, riverboat gambler, country and western, square dancing, and rockabilly looks.
$14.95

Low Suede Boots without Fringe

#101828
Perfect for rendezvous, frontier outfits, or just plain comfort, these suede boots have a 1/8" thick cushioned insole. They have a comfortable rubber sole, so you can wear them all day long.
$69.95

Low Suede Boots with Fringe

#101826
Perfect for rendezvous, frontier outfits, or just plain comfort, these suede boots have a 1/8" thick cushioned insole. They have a comfortable rubber sole, so you can wear them all day long.
$69.95

Sword Knot, Navy, Gold

#804165
This Gold Navy Sword Knot is made to military specifications.
$39.95

Guardsman Renaissance Shirt

#101784
This gorgeous shirt, available in white or black, is perfect for a number of Renaissance outfits, including the swashbuckling Musketeers. Features metal buttons, attached string tie, ruffled front and long tight cuffs.
$84.95 $69.95

Gurkha Belt Buckle

#750086
These unissued, highly polished 11th Rifles Regiment belt buckles were designed for military-style belts or 2 hole prong belts. The badge on the front is bolted onto the slightly curved buckle.
$14.95 $9.95

Phantom Walking Stick

#804708
This fantasy cane has a solid hand-finished aluminum head and a durable wood shaft painted black.
$59.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Gurkha Belt Buckle

Beautiful !  Came wrapped in what looks like original paper. Absolutely spotless.  Quick shipping, as always.  I love these guys!  Timothy Childs
Reviewed by: Timothy, November 14, 2020

Review of: Gurkha Belt Buckle

I had excellent service from Atlanta Cutlery from ordering the Gurkha belt buckle to it been delivered.
Thank you
Graham Jones
(Uk)
Reviewed by: Graham, February 26, 2019

Review of: German WWII Reproduction Luftwaffe Officer’s Cap

The pic of this replica cap does it no justice.  In the pic,  the cap has a heather blue shade which makes it look dull and unappealing.  In person, it is a solid dark shade of navy blue, not at all heathered in any way (thank goodness).  It's nice wool material, solid sturdy construction, and masculine shade of blue impressed me.  The visor cap and braided bands are strong and sturdy as well.  The only drawback is it's faux crest and shield are stitched patches.  But considering all the quality and detail that was put into the cap itself, I'm okay with a stitched crest and shield.
Reviewed by: Jean, February 13, 2018

Review of: German WWII Reproduction SS Death Head Visor Cap

Great quality and price!
Reviewed by: Peter, April 08, 2016

Review of: German WWII Reproduction SS Death Head Visor Cap

Beautifly made. I'm impressed
Reviewed by: Timothy J, October 23, 2015

Review of: German WWII Reproduction SS Death Head Visor Cap

this thing reeks evil.  well made, fits well, quick delivery and packed well for shipment.  very good price.  add a Kriegsmarine cap and I may have to get the whole set.
Reviewed by: Robert, June 25, 2015

Review of: German WWII Reproduction SS Death Head Visor Cap

nice cap, very pleased
Reviewed by: Martin, May 13, 2011

Review of: Buffalo Horn Sword Cane

Reviewed by: Anthony, May 12, 2011

Review of: German WWII Reproduction Luftwaffe Officer’s Cap

Reviewed by: John, April 26, 2011

Review of: German WWII Reproduction SS Death Head Visor Cap

Reviewed by: Karin, December 01, 2010