About Lamellar plates
Using this lamellar set, you assemble lamellar on your own armour body design. Wearing armour which you create by yourself you stay free and sure during the battle. Stamping makes our plates clear-cut, and its lengthways and round edge convex shape bring extra resistibility in bearing hits and shocks, even if used steel is thin. There are 100 plates in this set. Plates at the picture are: - dimensions 70*50 mm (27.5*19.7 inch) - of 1,0 mm (19 gauge) steel - with a diameter of the 3 holes for lacing of 3,5 mm Our medieval scale armour and armour with skirt are being made of such plates.
Leather lamellar plates, star shape (100 plates in the set)
Leather lamellar plates, 8 holes (100 pieces in the set)
Leather lamellar plates, 10 holes (100 pieces in the set)
Leather lamellar plates (100 plates in set) East was always ahead of West, even though the second one hated to say it. Even with armor, although the majority will firstly remember knight plate armor and chain mail, but in fact, Eastern lamellar armor had appeared and protected much better. So, if you esteem your own body without bruises and fractures on the festival or LARP event, then a choice is clear. Plate armor is beautiful and posh. However, lamellar stands well above, leaving perfect movability at the same time. Steel Mastery is ready to provide our customers with wide choice of lamellar armour. For real connoisseurs and fans, who would like to assemble own custom medieval armor...
Using these lamellar sets, you can assemble a lamellar after your own armour body design. Stamping makes our plates clear-cut, and its lengthways and round edge convex shape brings extra resistibility in bearing hits and shocks, even if the steel used for is rather thin. Mild steel, stainless steel, titanium plates are available. Lamellars may be painted, mirror polished, satin polished, blued. There are 100 plates in this set. Demilune or D-shape plates at the picture are: - of size 4 cm x 9 cm (1.57" x 3.5") - of steel 1,0 mm (19 gauge) and - of 1,0 mm (19 gauge) file-hard steel - with a diameter of the 8 holes for lacing with the leathe...
Many historical resources, both written and graphical, dedicated to armour of Byzantine warriors, and especially the heavy cavalry, depict the widespread use of lamellars. The early mentions on lamellar plates sprang out of archeological records of Assyrians circa 900 600 BC. Among findings of Assyrian armour there are examples that can be classified clearly as scale armour as well as the others that appeared to be lamellar. The earliest definite instance of genuine lamellar was found in China (dated to c. 433 BC). Lamellar was used by various cultures from the East to the West up through the 16th century. It is commonly associated with the Japanese Samurai, although the armor ...