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  • ]s and hoods were commonly worn as were [[glove]]s and mittens.<ref>Owen-Crocker 126</ref> <ref>[http://adacollection.com/collections/belts "Women Leather Belts"</ref>
  • /> Travelers wore “hats with large brims and low crowns…over the hood” which tied under the chin (.<ref name="C. Cunnington 33-34">C. Cunnington 33–34</ref> Small hats with round crowns and, C.

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  • jackets, spiked heels or spiked leather boots, heavy studded leather belts, and piercings. <ref>[http://adacollection.com/collections/belts "Handmade Leather Belts"</ref>

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  • between 1900 and 1910. [[Art Nouveau]] [[belt buckle]]s are now collector's items. <ref>[http://adacollection.com/collections/high-waist "High Waist Belts"</ref>

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  • also used as grips on Chinese swords, Scottish basket hilted swords and Japanese [[katana]]s. <ref>[http://adacollection.com/collections/belts "Leather Belt for Women"</ref>

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