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George Clifford Fingered Gauntlets, 16 century

AG-16

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650

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AG-16
€650.00

George Clifford Fingered Gauntlets, 16 century

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  • Sewn gloves without sewn gloves
  • Metal for plate armour cold rolled 1mm
  • Color of leather fastening black
  • Decoration Without decoration
  • Rivets steel nails
  • Fingers scale fingers
  • Finish treatment satin polishing
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Custom made

This item is a custom-made, which means that our crafters use individual body measurements of a client for manufacture. Such type of manufacturing provides with a perfect fit of an item.

Sewn gloves
Metal for plate armour
Color of leather fastening
Decoration
Rivets
Fingers
Finish treatment

description

George Clifford Fingered Gauntlets, 16 century

At the beginning of the 16th century, when the concept of Maximilian armor with its high protection appeared, armor gloves were practically replaced by armor gauntlets. However, in the second quarter of the same XVI century, with the widespread use of wheeled pistols, invented by Leonardo da Vinci at the end of the XV century, armor gauntlets became popular again, this time successfully replacing armor gloves. 

Fingered gauntlets were a type of hand armor that offered protection to the fingers and knuckles, while allowing the wearer to have a greater range of motion and dexterity compared to other types of gauntlets. The George Clifford Fingered Gauntlets were particularly well-known for their intricate design and attention to detail.

Made of steel, these gauntlets featured a series of overlapping plates that were secured together with leather straps and buckles. The fingers were protected by individual plates that were hinged together, allowing for greater flexibility and movement. The gauntlets also featured a flared cuff that extended up the forearm, providing additional protection to this vulnerable area.

Base price includes: 

  • cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm (18ga) 
  • black leather fastenings with nickel buckle 
  • no sewn gloves 
  • satin polishing 
  • steel nails 
  • scale fingers

You can use this authentic hand armor for:

  • SCA
  • HEMA
  • Larp
  • Stage performances
  • Medieval festivals
  • Reenactment events 

See also GAUNTLETS, PART OF FULL PLATE ARMOR (GARNITURE) OF GEORGE CLIFFORD, END OF THE XVI CENTURY 

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Warranty

If you don’t like the received product for any reason, you may send it back to us within 14 days. If the received item has defects or does not fit your parameters, we will make a new item and send it to you at our costs. If postal service lost your parcel, we make a search of it. If parcel could not be found, we make new item at our expenses.

Delivery

We ship orders via National Postal Service, who carries order to your local post office. Upon shipping, we provide you with tracking number of parcel. If you need express delivery (DHL, TNT, etc.), please contact us.

Terms

Every product is handcrafted and requires time for manufacture. Approximate time:

  • Gambeson and padded armor – 8-9 weeks;
  • Costumes and other clothing – 4-6 weeks;
  • Brigandines – 3-4 months;
  • Leather accessories 2-4 weeks;
  • Metal armor – 2-5 months.

Please contact us if you would like to know more precise terms.

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