German full plate armour for dismounted and mounted action, 15th centuryGerman full plate ar... EAFP-02
If you received your product and you don't like it 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, please contact us. We will refund shipping costs, make a new item and send it to you. If postal service lost your parcel, we make a search of it. If parcel could not be found, we make new item at our expense.
We ship orders via Ukrposhta (National Postal service of Ukraine). They carry order to your national post office, who delivers it to you in their turn. If you want express deliver (DHL, etc.), please contact us.
There are different time of manufacture for every item: Gambesons and padded armor – 8-9 weeks; Costumes and other clothing – 4-6 weeks; Brigandines – 3-4 months; Leather accessories – 2-4 weeks. Please contact us if you would like to know more precise terms.
a written assurance that some product or service will be provided or will meet certain specifications
the ending of warranty period
Here is one of the authentic samples of brigandine, that was recreated based on the materials of excavation of the Battle of Visby (1361).
This armour is perfect for medieval tournaments and battles.
Metal for plate armour
cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm
cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm
cold-rolled steel 2.0 mm
cold-rolled steel 2.5 mm
stainless steel 1.0 mm
stainless steel 1.5 mm
stainless steel 2.0 mm
titanium 1.0 mm
titanium 2.0 mm
hardened (tempered) steel 1.0 mm
hardened (tempered) steel 1.5 mm
hardened (tempered) steel 2.0 mm
German gothic full plate armor
German gothic full plate armor
This German full-plate armor if the XV century is a museum replica. Ribs and sharp shapes are typical for German armor in Gothic style of these times. You can use this authentic medieval armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events This made-to-measure battle armor is completely handcrafted by our artisans. Medieval suit of armor includes the next parts: Helmet Sallet; Cuirass; Spaulders with fluted rondels; Full arm protection; Plate gauntlets; Full leg protection; Closed greaves; Sabatons Surface of body protection is covered with ribs, which are typical feature of Gothic-style armor. Base price includes following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Satin polishing; Black leather belts; Steel nickel-plated buckles; Steel rivets; No decoration Main photo shows medieval armor with following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; Red leather belts; Brass buckles; Brass rivets; Mirror polishing as finish treatment; ..
Armour of the XIV century i...
Armour of the XIV century in Churburg style
Armour in Churburg style was named by an authentic medieval armor that is kept in the castle of Churburg (South Tyrol in the North of Italy) and it belongs to the end of XIV century. During this time on the territory of modern Italy the armour makers start to produce armour of full-plate shells (they would be given the name of Milanese type). Later on bascinet would be out of use giving way to armet and barbute in Milanese armour. Protection of neck and collarbone was enabled by chainmail aventail, which was attached to the helmet. Chest is covered with a series of plates. The lower part of the stomach and the groin are protected by chained armour. Back is not protected by this piece. It was supposed to be matched with chained armour. Shoulder straps consist of several segments which are put one on top of the other to enable better movement. Elbow pads were enlarged so that there was no need for a shield in the battle. Bracers represent segmented flexible gloves, the metal segments of which covered fingers on the outside. Greaves c..
Full Plate Armor (Garniture...
Full Plate Armor (Garniture) of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland, end of XVI century (1590-1592)
Full Plate Armor (Garniture) of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland, end of XVI century (1590-1592) His Majesty Henry VIII left a mark in history so brightly, as anybody did. Majority remembers about his wives, some keeps in mind Anglican Church, very few are aware of foundation of the Royal Navy, laid by him. But, quite a few knows that there is Henry VIII to whom we owed the appearance of the Royal Almain Armoury and Greenwich Armours in the 1525 year. Guest German artisans were creating armor of the singular beauty and quality and teaching English armorers. So, Royal Armoury was developing on the German base and by borrowing some knowledges from other arms schools. There was no lack of orders at Greenwich artisans. They were improving, so Greenwich armour successfully competed with German and Italian armor. *** Armor Garniture of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland, a masterpiece of Greenwich workshop had been created in the 1590-1592 years. Jacob Halder managed invention of ..
13 century European armour ...
13 century European armour in colours of the English royal house
This medieval armor kit combines the most popular parts of body protection of the XIII century. Brigandine was undoubtedly the most popular armour in the XIV century. It was a sort of transition stage from chain armour to full-plate armour. Its special feature was metal plates sewed or clinched to a cloth or leather foundation. The plates were attached on the inside. On the presented piece of brigandine there is a metal plate on the outside of the armour which chains going up to the helmet. In this way additional protection for the chest was sometimes created in the Middle Ages. An outside helmet – topfhelm was attached by the chains. such helmet was bulky, limited vision and hardened breathing. This is why after the spear attack topfhelm was being taken off and the knight stayed in a smaller helmet - bascinet, in which it was easier to fight closely. Sometimes sword was also attached by chains. You can use this authentic medieval armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment event..
Jousting knight armor, 16th...
Jousting knight armor, 16th century
Here is extraordinary work for your attention. Tournament armor, very heavy, with highest protective qualities and perfectly beautiful. Inspired by tournament outfits of XVI knights (up to Maximilian III of Austria, Archduke of Further Austria and Emperor Maximilian II), Steel Mastery crafted the most precise replica of battle armor of the XV century for you. Such armor seems the best medieval full-plate armor of any that had been ever crafted. There is state-of-art handicraft of any blacksmith, dignified framing if knight prowess. Here you can see sets of armor, which inspired us: Higgins Armory Museum in Worcester Reinforcing pieces for tilt, 1560. George F. Harding Collection, German, Augsburg Or, armor of George Clifford, Earl of Cumberland, Queen Elizabeth I's tournament champion. It is kept in Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Simple, but classy outfit of Gridded Grand Guard. It is kept in Wallace Collection, London. Our tournament set includes cuirass with tassets for..
Review about item
German full plate armour for dismounted and mounted action, 15th century
The cost of delivery which you can learn will be added to the cost of goods having come into a basket and having specified a location