Keep your potions and your sword at hand when you wear this Alchemist Baldric with Glass Vials. Displaying six corked glass vials along the chest, this leather baldric also has an adjustable sword frog with two buckles at the hip. Hand crafted in our shop from 8/9 ounce leather, this baldric features antique brass hardware. Four eyelets at the shoulder allow you to fasten a single pauldron for additional defense. The sword frog easily holds most LARP swords as well as axes, maces, or hammers. The glass vials are fully functional, fitting snugly into the riveted loops. Fill them with oils, powders, or liquids to add a mystical effect to your ensemble. Perfect for LARP campaigns, Steampunk gatherings, or fantasy conventions, this Alchemist Baldric with Glass Vials is a stunning accessory for your adventurer kit.
Available in black or medium brown, this alchemist baldric is available with either a left hand or right hand draw. The right hand draw will hang from the right shoulder with the frog at the left hip. The left hand draw will hang from the left shoulder with the frog at the right hip.
- Baldric is hand crafted in the USA, here in our shop
- Durably constructed with antique brass hardware
- Made from high quality 8/9 ounce leather
- Includes 6 glass vials with corks
- Frog at the hip fits most LARP swords
- Shoulder eyelets for attaching a single pauldron
- Looks great with LARP, Fantasy, and Steampunk styles
avoidedgames (verified owner) –
I, being a southpaw, have had trouble finding a good sword frog/baldric that supported my left-handedness. This baldric changed that! Thank you so much! The leather is very sturdy, and the vials are not flimsy glass. Highly recommended!
fmw111 (verified owner) –
Bought the left-hand draw for my lefty son (20) for his plague doctor cosplay. He loves it! Nice leather construction with great stitching. Hangs well over the shoulder. Be careful removing the corks from the vials, use a twisting motion. My son tried to pull one straight out and it broke leaving half the cork stuck in the neck of the vial. I extracted it with a screw and epoxied it back together and it looks fine, so no big deal. Has a nice built-in frog for a sword or dagger. Great piece!