About Chain mails and hauberks
Chain mails and hauberks
Such type of armour as hauberk is a chainmail with mittens and coif, that were often being worn separately. It was very popular armour till the XIV century, but then was displaced by brigandine and plate armours. This model of classic butted hauberk is being made of mild steel rings 2 x 10 mm. Type of butting is 4 rings in 1. There are leather belts with steel buckles from the front of hauberk for fastening. Gambeson, mail stockings and coif will be a great addition to the hauberk. If you want to order additional decoration (for example, triangle edge or brass rings on the edge), please contact us [email protected].
Mail Cape (Bishop’s Mantle) A common chainmail protection for the neck and shoulders in Central Europe in the second half of the 16th century. The mail cape, also known as a bishop's mantle, was typically worn by Landsknecht soldiers, infantrymen and riders of cavalry. Sometimes it was decorated with rows of rings made of copper and brass alloy or was fully gold-plated. Cape by Steel Mastery is made from mild steel rings and has 2 brass decorative straps on the mail edge. Collar is made 6 in 1 rings. Cape 4 in 1 rings. Non-riveted rings 10 mm diameter (0,39 in) made of steel wire 2 mm diameter (0,078 in)
Chainmail camisole for arm doublet for covering armpits is one of the most important elements of a plate armor. Put it on over a doublet/gambeson/aketon. It allows you not only securely fasten the elements of armor to padded armor but also protects you from hitting the armpit. You can wear it under both cuirass or brigandine. You can see the typical representative of this armored family in Italian painting, the second half of the 15th century. It is a small, but indispensable chainmail armor, a must-have of the real man’s wardrobe. Basic price for the chainmail camisole shown on a photo includes the following: - Steel chainmail camisole (b...
Chainmail is a type of armour that is made of metal rings linked together. It was widespread both in Europe and Asia and was very popular because of simplicity in manufacturing. In the XV century, chainmail was displaced by plate armour. But sometimes warrior made mail inserts in the most defenseless parts of the main armour. This model of plain mail is being made of mild steel rings 2 x 10 mm. Type of butting is 4 rings in 1. The length of the product ends at hips level. You can also choose blued or stainless steel for chainmail in options. Gambeson and mail stockings will be a great addition to the hauberk. If you want to order additional decoration (for example, triangle...
Chain mails and hauberks
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