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  • German gothic sabatons, late XV century (1470-90 years) German gothic sabatons, late XV century (1470-90 years) German gothic sabatons, late XV century (1470-90 years) German gothic sabatons, late XV century (1470-90 years) German gothic sabatons, late XV century (1470-90 years)
    German gothic sabatons, late XV century (1470-90 years)

German gothic sabatons, late XV century (1470-90 years)

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Fairytale about Ritternputtel or German gothic sabatons, late XV century (1470-1490 years)

From German words Ritter («knight”) and Aschenputtel («Cinderella”). Asche – «ash” is being changed to “knight” and here we get Ritternputtel.

Once upon a time, in the end of the XV century, there lived quiet and shy sword bearer Ritternputtel on the northwest of Hanseatic League in the renowned town Bremen. He served as the third lower sword bearer, almost a footboy, at the noble old knight. He was quiet, polite and hard-working youngling. He worked for three – for himself and two lazy and mischievous superior sword bearers. He was dressing unmurmuring his seignior in armor; was polishing a sword carefully; was giving heavy tournament spear though hardly, but always on time.

And, Ritternputtel had a dream – to become a knight and win a tournament. But, the dream remained just a dream, as old noble knight was not concerned about him. As he was only junior sword bearer, and above all, he did not have any armor. So, what a knight without armor. So, one day, he splashed suds of beer from the jug of the old knight. Whitebeard was beyond furious and did not take our lad to the tournament. In addition, superior sword bearers stuffed him slaps, because now they had to work on the tournament by themselves. So, all of them got off to the tournament, and sad Ritternputtel was sitting alone at the bottom of Roland’s statue and sighing grievingly. 

When suddenly, some dreamlike clank of swords was heard, and there appeared Roland in the flesh, a fierce margrave of Breton March, wearing shining armor, with famous Olifant on one side and sword Durendal in sheath on the other side. He interrogated Ritternputtel loudly – “Why are sadden, servant?!”. Lad told about his dream and sighed grievously again.

Glorified knight smiled condescendingly, dragged Durendal out of the sheath and touched the ground with it. This moment, German Gothic sabatons had appeared on the spot, shining brighter than thousand splendid suns and severe as Fierce Roland himself. An, the knight ordered to Ritternputtel to wear sabatons immediately.

As soon as German Gothic sabatons got on the feet of Rittenputtel, they shined even brighter, and lad’s body had covered with drop-dead gorgeous armor. Roland laughed with bellow of laughter and there appeared war-horde in front of them. Rittenputtel leaped into the saddle, caught in fly tournament spear out of nowhere, broke into a gallop to the tournament, defeated everybody there, so Maximillian I by itself touched his shoulder with a sword and conferred him knighthood.

So, here is sabatons, exactly like Roland’s gift to young Ritternputtel. They sparkle with steel brighter than thousand suns and they are severe as the fierce Roland. Sabatons are hammered out of the best steel, riveted with steel rivets and fastened with firm belt of the best leather. Not the worse, than Maximillian’s.

Sabatons of Emperor Maximilian I, c. 1485, Kunsthistorisches Museum

By your regards, we can make them shining as a mirror, stain polished or blued, with figured rivets and decorative strips, with belts of any color.

It is an honour for every self-respected knight to wear such sabatons. Don’t wait for a tournament and order them right now. Gallop in fight with thought of the Fierce Roland, to the glory of Charles the Great and German Gothic Sabatons.

CUSTOM MADE

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.

Rivets

steel nail...

steel nails

steel nails

info

brass rive...

brass rivets

brass rivets

10

info

Color of leather fastening

black

black

black

info

brown

brown

brown

info

red

red

red

info

Buckles

steel

steel

steel

info

handcrafte...

handcrafted brass

handcrafted brass

10

info

Metal for plate armour

cold-rolle...

cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm

cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm

info

cold-rolle...

cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm

cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm

76

info

cold-rolle...

cold-rolled steel 2.0 mm

cold-rolled steel 2.0 mm

190

info

cold-rolle...

cold-rolled steel 2.5 mm

cold-rolled steel 2.5 mm

380

info

stainless ...

stainless steel 1.0 mm

stainless steel 1.0 mm

76

info

stainless ...

stainless steel 1.5 mm

stainless steel 1.5 mm

304

info

stainless ...

stainless steel 2.0 mm

stainless steel 2.0 mm

380

info

titanium 1...

titanium 1.0 mm

titanium 1.0 mm

380

info

titanium 2...

titanium 2.0 mm

titanium 2.0 mm

532

info

hardened (...

hardened (tempered) steel 1.0 mm

hardened (tempered) steel 1.0 mm

76

info

hardened (...

hardened (tempered) steel 1.5 mm

hardened (tempered) steel 1.5 mm

114

info

hardened (...

hardened (tempered) steel 2.0 mm

hardened (tempered) steel 2.0 mm

190

info

Decoration

brass stri...

brass strips with etching

brass strips with etching

60

info

brass stri...

brass strips

brass strips

20

info

Finish treatment

satin poli...

satin polishing

satin polishing

info

mirror pol...

mirror polishing

mirror polishing

38

info

blueing (f...

blueing (for cold-rolled steel only)

blueing (for cold-rolled steel only)

57

info

blackened ...

blackened hammered

blackened hammered

info

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