Full arm protection with pa...
Here is unique full-plate arm protection with a large left pauldron. This medieval armor for arms is a part of the tournament jousting knight armor of the XVI century. Metal armor includes: Full arms (bracers and bicep defense); Elbow caps; Spaulders; Large left pauldron Such big pauldron was a typical feature of tournament armor of mounted knight. It served as a shield and covered the biggest part of left body side. Cuirass with lance rest was usually worn together with similar arm and shoulder protection. Custom-made medieval plate arm protection is completely handcrafted by individual parameters of customer. You can use this metal armor for: SCA HEMA LA...
Anatomical splinted bracers
Anatomical splinted bracers Here is anatomical splinted bracers, the very same which were popular in the XIV century in German lands. The most famous knights of the Holy Roman Empire, from Stralsund to Nice, from Luxembourg to Vienna were strutting around in similar steel bracers. This German medieval armor was so good that knight had been even buried in them, pictured on the gravestones and effigies. Effigy of Otto von Orlamünde, 1340, Kloster Himmelkron, Himmelkron, Bavaria, Germany Effigy of Ritter Burkhard von Steinberg (oh. 1379). St. Martin's Church, Hildesheim Effigy of Kaiser Günther von Schwarzburg, 1349, Saint Bartholomeus' Cathedral, Frankfurt, Hesse,...
Plate shoulders of the XV c...
Plate shoulders are necessary part of medieval arm protection. This model was popular in the XIV-XVI centuries. It's being used with brigandine or plate bracers and with bicep protection. Base price includes: - cold-rolled steel, 1.0 mm; - steel rivets; - painting inside; - sating polishing There are rondels from the front for additional protection. Plate shoulders are fastened to brigandine with leather straps. Medieval plate shoulders are the part of brigandine kit of XV century. It is completely handcrafted and made-to-measure. If you have any questions of this item, please contact us at [email protected]
Leather vest and bracers wi...
Royal hunt Leather vest and bracers with diamond pattern The hunt is up, the hunt is up, And it is well nigh day; And Harry our king is gone hunting, To bring his deer to bay. When the leaves turn yellow and fruits ripen, when heat gives way to the cool of the evening, when the blood is roiling and requiring sacrifice, it is a hunt time. It's time to go under the canopy of old-world leafy forest, clasping a good bow, and get your own deer, as kings were getting it hundreds of years ago. And, when you will decide to go out to your royal hunt, you will not be without appropriate outfit – functional leather armor. The one, which allows being nimble on fe...
English gothic pointed elbo...
These pointed elbow caps are a part of English gothic plate arms of the 2-nd half of the XV century. Sharp shape and flutes on the elbow caps are typical for armour of this historical period. This elbow defence is handcfated and made-to-measure. Base price includes: - cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; - satin polishing; - painting inside; - steel rivets and buckles; - firm leather belt You may choose different types and thickness of metal in options. Please contact us via e-mail [email protected], if you have any questions about this item.
Whole hammered spaulders co...
Whole-hammered spaulders covered with leather Today we bring for your attention the most multifunctional spaulder from all the medieval leather armor in the world. These simple and reliable whole-hammered good-looking twins are made of cold-rolled steel and covered with matted leather, which is riveted with steel rivets on the edges. Buckles are installed on the firm leather belts. You always may choose another leather color, metal type and thickness, metal for rivets and buckles for your medieval leather armor and we will hammer them out for you. These spaulders are not for parades. They are modest but steady going battle comrades, in which you may appear as at tou...
Knightly plate arms of the ...
This model of knight plate arms is a part of full-plate armour in Churburg style. We make such defence according to individual parameters of customer. Standard options: - cold rolled steel, 1,0 mm; - painting inside; - satin polish finish; - steel rivets and buckles; - high quality leather straps Plate spaulders of the XIV century will complete arm protection. We strictly recommend to wear armour over the padded gambeson. There are plate arms with brass buckles and rivets are shown in the photos. Such decoration is available in options for additional costs. Please contact us via e-mail [email protected], if you have any questions about ...
Plate pauldrons, part of fu...
Plate pauldrons, part of full plate armor (garniture) of George Clifford, end of the XVI century These plate spaulders are the part of Armor Garniture of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland – authentic medieval armor, the best one from the wide choice of Greenwich workshop in the end of the XVI century. Bearing the imprint of their Italian ancestor, these “so British” spaulders consist of five wide plates, connected with hinge joints and backside belts on the rivets. Unlike most of typical offered items, there is real battle spaulder, designed for dismounted and mounted battles. That’s why they are asymmetrical: left spaulder is larger than right on and hides arm...
Leather bracers from armor ...
Leather bracers from armor costume in style of Bëor the Old. This light arm protection has base of flexible leather. We offer black, red or brown leather for base of your bracers. Long plates are made of firm croupon leather and riveted to the base. Belts on the inner side of bracers allow good fitting of protection. Despite of bracers are made of leather, they protect limbs not worse than a steel armor. You may complete you body protection with leather cuirass, made in the same style.
Leather bracers in Dragon s...
“My armor is like tenfold shields, my teeth are swords, my claws spears, the shock of my tail a thunderbolt, my wings a hurricane, and my breath death!” said Smaug the Golden to one hobbit one day. It’s quite hard to debate with a dragon, so we will just add: our bracers are dragon scale. Without false modesty. Just look at these leather bracers. In the dark, a shivery one will decide that you are evolving into dragon and your arms are becoming dragon paws. Its tannage is as the most firm shield, its buckles are harder than rock, its belts are stronger than steel, its look is more beautiful than steel shining, its’ owner is as cool as it gets. Well, these bracers are re...
Knights plate shoulders mid...
Hand-crafted knight spaulders of XIV century are a part of Churburg-style armour. This shoulder protection is handcrafted and made-to-measure. Standard options: - cold rolled steel - 1.0 mm; - painting inside; - satin polish finish; - steel rivets and buckles; - high quality leather straps There are spaulders with brass rivets and decorative strips are shown in the photos. You may choose them in options for additional price. If you have any questions regarding this model, please write us at [email protected]
Elbow caps from the game &q...
Elbow caps from the game "The Witcher" Every profession has its own nuances. Baker should have good knowledge of flour, a tailor has to master his fingers faultlessly, but Witcher has to kill every unfriendly creatures fast and effectively. Quite often, he does not only have to brandish a sword and throw the signs, but punch a foe with elbow to the point. Elbow stroke is not as easy as it might appear at the first sight. Complicated balance of power and accuracy of the blow are very important here. And one shouldn’t forget that some monsters are not only armored but also have toxic skin. That’s why any witcher can’t be without light, firm and comfortable elbow caps. ...
Full arm protection 13-14th...
Plate arm protection of XIII-XIV centuries was rather expensive armour in those times. Only rich, noble knights were able to afford such kit, but not usual infantrymen. Arm defence cosists of: - spaulders; - upper arm (bicep) protection; - elbow caps with rondels; - bracers Base price includes all parts made of normal steel 1.0 mm. Please choose the wished type and thickness of metal in options. All parts are fixed firmly on your arms with leather belts. They're being fastened to gambeson with leather straps. Steel shield buckler will provide additional protection during medieval fencing. Please contact us via e-mail [email protected], if you have any questio...
Leather brigandine protecti...
Leather brigandine protection of upper part of arm Bicep is beautiful. Bicep is courageous. Bicep is brutal. However, if it is adorned with all shades of bruise or is slashed, so it is absolutely unbeautiful, unmanly and not brutal. It is painful, unpleasant, and unnecessary for you at all. Therefore, in order to protect your biceps against enemy’s weapon, our blacksmiths made this piece of functional leather armor - brigandine protection of upper part of arm. Cold-rolled steel plates of 1.0 mm are riveted from the inner side of matted firm leather. Additional leather strips are riveted from the outer side. Leather straps overlap meeting point of plates to increase protective...
English pauldrons late 15th...
Medieval plate pauldrons are based on the patterns from the funeral armour of English knight Ralph Fitzherbert (d.1483). This shoulder protection is completely handcrafted. Standard options: - cold rolled steel, 1.0 mm; - painting inside; - satin polish finish; - steel rivets and buckles; - high quality leather straps The pictures show blued armour with brass rivets and fastenings made of red leather and brass buckles. All these options are for additional payment. You can order the spaulders separately or make a kit of English gothic armour together with cuirass and elbow caps. If you have any questions regarding this model, p...
Splinted protection was widespread in the XIV-XVI centuries and was very popular among the european and asian warriors. This model of bracers is made of croupon leather with thickness 3.5-4 mm and normal steel pates 1.0 mm. The main specific of splinted armour is the plates, that are riveted both to the outer and inner side of bracer. There are leather belts with steel buckles for the fixation on the arm. Splinted bracers together with elbow caps, plate spaulders and splinted protection for upper arm make a perfect unit of medieval arm protection of the middle XIV century. We recommend you to use bracers only over the gambeson.
Splinted protection for upp...
Splinted protection of limbs was very popular among the european and asian warriors in the XIV-XVI centuries. This model of medieval splinted protection for upper arm is made of croupon leather with thickness 3.5-4 mm and narrow metal plates of normal steel 1.0 mm. You can choose another metal and its thickness in options. Plates are reveted with steel rivets to the leather from the inner and outer sides of armour. There are also leather belts with steel buckles for the fixation on the arm. Brigandine and splinted bracers of XV century will be a good addition to this protection. We strictly recommend you to use this splinted bicep protection only over the gambeson.
Brigandine arms of the XV c...
Brigandine arms are typical for 1360-1440 years. It is a part of brigandine kit. Arm protection consists of: -brigandine bracers -brigandine protection of upper arm -plate shoulders -plate elbows Brigandine parts are made of leather with thickness 3-4 mm. Please choose type and thickness of metal in options. Brigandine arms will be a perfect addition to leather brigandine with skirt.
Leather brigandine bracers
Leather brigandine bracers Bracers are wonderful thing. There is one of the first element of warrior leather armor, which was in use from the ancient times. And, it is definitely the first one together with horned helmet, which you remember from the childhood – all the great warriors may not wear pants, but do wear bracers and helmet J Humor behind, we still have to accept that you can’t do without bracers in the battle. They will not only protect against the bladed weapon, but will also very help you even in close combat. To protect your arms without making them heavy, we designed these leather brigandine bracers by unique technology. Cold-rolled steel plates of ...
Brigandine bracers are know from the X century and they were popular among european warriors and the eastern tribes. It has been used together with mail, but with the appearance of plate armour it became less actual. These short brigandine bracers are made of thick (4-6 mm or 15/10-23/10 inches) croupon leather with rivetted metal plates. Bracers are being fixed on your arms with high-quality leather straps and provides good protection during the battles with wood or plastic weapon. We do not recommend you to use it during the battles with steel weapon.