Any fitting that is found upon a strap. These can include items such as the end piece that stops the leather fraying or the buckle which fastens the strap. Strap fittings are made of metal. The more functional fittings are made of iron whilst finer items have been found made of precious metals and with fine decoration.
An Iron Age copper alloy strap union found in a hoard at Ringstead. NWHCM 1950.77.9:A (© NCC)