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This is a copy of a sallet made by the Austrian master-gunsmith Caspar Rieder. The original dates back to 1480 and you can see it in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Earlier it was in the ancestral armory of the Counts Trapp at Churburg Castle, South Tyrol. The only difference is that Caspar Rieder forged his sallet from a single piece of metal while we welded two parts of the dome together. Both helmets have a medial ridge that smoothly transitions into a low slightly flattened keel-shaped comb over the rounded bowl. Also,...
Item in stock! Available for immediate shipping! This magnificent modern suit of armor will adorn even the most sophisticated interior! The soldier armour made in the style of Italian masters of the XIV century. Every part is completely handcrafted by our artisans. This armor is made by standard sizes, not by measurements. This full set of armor is not intended for battles and tournaments, it can be used for show and like decorative interior armor. Full suit of armor includes the next parts: Closed helmet armet Plate cuirass with tassets Pauldrons Full arm protection Gauntlets Full leg protection Segmented sabatons This ...
Here is Khudesutu Khuyag for your attention – respectable, grand lamellar armor of the noble Mongol warrior. It is wide and massive; it inspires with respect and deters an enemy. This typical representative of protecting outfit in the Great Steppe, which was not as wild as one got used to consider. L-XL size, will fit on measurements: Chest circumference while inhaling over padded protection: 102 cm (40.2 in) Waist circumference while inhaling over padded protection: 89 cm (35 in)
Handcrafted plate knee caps as a part of leg armor for knee range from 47 till 52 cm (18,5 – 20,5 in): Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm; Brown leather; Steel rivets; Steel nickel-plated buckles
This helmet is an exact analogue of European helmets of the 14-15th centuries. Bascinet (also bassinet, basinet, or bazineto) of 1380-1410 years, from Higgins Armoury Museum is a type of helmet common in medieval Europe. You can use this functional combat helmet for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events This helmet includes: Cold-rolled steel 2 mm; Satin polishing as finish treatment; Brown leather belts; Steel buckle; Steel rivets Special attaching system of visor Steel vervelles Sizes: - circumference over eyebrows 58,5 cm (23 inches) - circumferenc...
Knight helmet sallet with decorative brass leaves on the dome is perfect head armor for brave and noble warrior of the XV century. Will fit on head circuference 73-77 cm ( 28,7 – 29,9 inch) Helmet of this type replaced bascinet in the Middle Ages and became widespread among European soldiers, especially infantry. Sallets could be decorated with brass and top figures. In most cases the sallet worn with beaver (buviger), which protected the lower part of the head and neck. This medieval sallet with narrow single eye slit on movable visor is a classical parade helmet. You can use this beautiful medieval helmet for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage per...
Steel elbow caps 1.5 mm (16 ga). Will fit on elbow circumference 39 – 44 cm (15.35 – 17.3 inc).
Steel elbow caps 1.5 mm (16 ga) with brown leather fastening. Will fit on the elbow circumference: 42 – 50 cm (16.5 – 19.6 inch)
Hardened elbow caps 1.5 mm ( 16 ga) Will fit on the elbow circumference : 42 – 50 cm (16.5 – 19.6 inch ) Brown leather fastening.
This shoulders are the part of XVI century landsknecht armor, the authentic armour kit based at Swiss National Museum, Zurich and Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg collections. Stainless steel – 1.5 mm Will fit on the clasp circumference – 34-37 cm (13.4 – 14.6 in)
Made of steel 1.5 mm (0.05 inch) Will fit on the circuference 42 cm ( 17 inch)
Half-greaves of the XIV-XVI centuries are the popular shin guard among medieval soldiers – as mounted, so dismounted. In combination with cuisses (thigh armor) and kneecaps, these greaves created full leg defense, comfortable and good protecting at the same time. These plate greaves protect the front part of calf, though backside is left uncovered. Leather belts with steel or brass buckles keep armor reliably on the leg. Steel 1.5 mm Ankle circumference 41-45 cm (16.14 – 17.7 in ) Сalf circumference 49 - 58 cm (19.29 – 22.83 in)
Special design! Left buckler glove Steel 1.5 mm Will fit on the circumference wrist over padded protection: 30 cm (11.8)
Made of steel 1.5 mm (14 ga) Will fit on the circuference 42 cm (16.5 inch)
Helmet has two visors! Made of stainless steel 1.5 mm. Will fit on head circumference 66 – 70 cm (26 – 27.5 inches)
Conical spangenhelm was popular among Norman knight all over Europe in the XII century. This model is a type of medieval nasal helmet. Frame of this battle helmet represents metal strips. Plates are riveted to this framework with steel or brass rivets. Nasal plate and bar grill visor provide with perfect protection of face. Also, there is a plate which guards back part of neck. We recommend to complete this early medieval battle helm with mail aventail. You can use this custom handcrafted head protection for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events This early medieval helmet has options: Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm;...
When a knight has almost assembled his full real medieval armor, which will protect in mounted and dismounted battle, only one small detail for completed protection is left – sabatons. These medieval armor boots are forgotten quite often, and it’s a loss. As a fighter’s feet may be plainly injured even in the hardest plate body armor. That’s it, a famous knight could lose the fight so simply and absurdly, if he forgets to wear sabatons. Total length is 29 cm ( 11 inch) Fit to size 42 - 43 Cold-rolled steel 1.5 mm Satin polishing as finish treatment; Steel rivets; Steel buckles; Brown leather.
Metal armor in stock