About Steel bracers, couters and full arms
Metal bracers, couters and full arms
Look at truly good medieval shoulder armor and arm protection, which are the part of KNIGHT PLATE ARMOR OF XIV CENTURY - all-purpose overall image of France, Burgundy, and Burgundian Netherlands knight armor in last third of XIV century. Take a look just at them, based on plate arms and knight shoulder armor from Churburg Castle, tombs of Sir Miles Stapleton of Bedale in Norfolk (1364), Ralph Neville 1st Earl of Westmorland (first quarter of XV century), John de Montacute (1389). Modest, comfortable, so versatile and simply assembled, that in their design there is practically nothing can break - this knight arm armor is a damn good choice for a fighter. *** Such important part ...
Vernon Roche's Plate Elbows (world of "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt) Full outfit – The Plate Elbows, forged with precision, encapsulate the essence of protection and versatility. Safeguarding his arms with steadfast determination, they bear the scars of countless skirmishes, each mark a testament to Roche's dedication to his soldiers and his unyielding stance against the chaos that surrounds him.
English Gothic pointed elbow caps are made in keeping with the best traditions of the 2nd half of the XV century. These couters have all the features of classical Gothic armor: pointed “nose”, reinforcement ribs/flutes on the surface of armor, sharp lines. Two knights in armour, engraving, circa 1480-1490 years These pointed elbow caps are a part of English gothic plate arms of the 2-nd half of the XV century, with which you may create perfect medieval custom arm armor. Gothic pointed outers have leather belts with buckles for fastening on the joint. This armor should be worn only over padded gambeson. You can use this custom-made plate arm defense for: ...
German knight plate arms with elbow caps and rondels (XIV century) was a popular type of arm defense among medieval warriors. This functional battle armor consists of three parts, which are connected with rivets: Rerebrace (bicep guard); Vambrace (forearm guard); Elbow cap with rondel Medieval knight protection has leather belts and buckles for reliable keeping of armor on the arm. This plate defense should be worn over the padded underarmor for better comfort and safety during the fight. Base price includes following options: Metal for plate armour – cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Rivets – steel nails; Finish treatmebt – satin polis...
Every profession has its own nuances. Baker should have good knowledge of flour, a tailor has to master his fingers faultlessly, but Witcher has to kill every unfriendly creatures fast and effectively. Quite often, he does not only have to brandish a sword and throw the signs, but punch a foe with elbow to the point. Elbow stroke is not as easy as it might appear at the first sight. Complicated balance of power and accuracy of the blow are very important here. And one shouldn’t forget that some monsters are not only armored but also have toxic skin. That’s why any witcher can’t be without light, firm and comfortable elbow caps. Just like the elbow caps from game “Wi...
Elegant and functional, these armor elements are a tasty prize for every fighter! These elbow caps and kneecaps are simple in design, but comfortable in wearing and reliable in protection. Caps are fastened with leather belts and buckles, which holds armor firmly. Base price includes: metal – cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm (18 ga) finish treatment – satin polishing rivets – steel finding color of the leather fastening – brown fastenings – leather straps with steel nickel-plated buckles decoration – no Leaf shoulders with elbow caps, and knee caps are the parts of SH-02 (Brigandine armor set XIIIth century), but no one c...
When a man requires cool medieval armor of the end XIV – early XV centuries, so there is only one place, which will be a source of knowledges and samplings – Diagon Alley… Ah, we're just kidding! We are talking about Churburg Castle. The Castle Complex Churburg on the North of Italy is dated XII-XVI centuries and keeps one of the largest collection of medieval armament. Any reenactor knows about this wonderful place and proudly wears replicas of exhibit items from the local collection. In our turn, we decided to gladden our customers, by assigning our artisans to make a replica of bracers of the 1390-1400 years from the Churburg Castle. ...
Steel elbow caps of simple design were popular among medieval knights from all military branches. In early Middle Ages, such elbow defense were attached to the hauberk sleeve. Then it became a part of full-plate arm armor. This joint protection is fastened with leather belt and buckle on the elbow. It is recommended to be worn over the gambeson or together with padded insets. There are holes on the top edge, so you may additional tie steel elbow cap up to your medieval doublet. You can use this handmade steel armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; ...
When it is time to choose plate arms, fashion fighter goes to Chuburg – one of the medieval biggest armor ideas' shopping mall! Yes, it was a rich collection of plate armor from the Chuburg castle, well, and a little bit - Diptych of Munich by Hans Memling, which inspired us to create these knight plate arms. As a result, these magnificent plate arms are in front of you - very comfortable, modest, but stylish. Functional and fashionable must-have for the European knight during XIV-XV centuries and a great choice for the modern fighter. These plate arms are not a strict reconstruction, but a very reliable stylization, in which it is not ashamed to appear at most medieval events and safe ...
Here is unique full-plate arm protection with a large left pauldron. This medieval armor for arms is a part of the tournament jousting knight armor of the XVI century. Metal armor includes: Full arms (bracers and bicep defense); Elbow caps; Spaulders; Large left pauldron Such big pauldron was a typical feature of tournament armor of mounted knight. It served as a shield and covered the biggest part of left body side. Cuirass with lance rest was usually worn together with similar arm and shoulder protection. Custom-made medieval plate arm protection is completely handcrafted by individual parameters of customer. You can use this metal armor for: SCA HEMA LA...
Full plate arm protection of XIII-XIV centuries was rather expensive armour in those times. Only rich, noble knights were able to afford such kit, but not usual infantrymen. Arm defense consists of: Spaulders; Rerebracers (upper arm (bicep) protection); Couters (elbow caps) with rondels; Bracers All parts are fixed firmly on your arms with leather belts. Additionally, plate arm protection is fastened to gambeson with leather straps. You can use this handmade steel arm armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Satin polishing; Brown lea...
Elbow caps with plain rondel is an element of knight battle outfit. Quite often, cap was supplied with circle plates, attached to the outer side of cap – a rondel, for additional defense. Handcrafted couter is fastened with leather belt and buckle on the elbow. It is recommended to wear such armor only over padded gambeson. There are holes on the top edge, so you may additional tie steel elbow cap up to your medieval doublet. You can use this functional joint armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Satin polishing; Brown leather belts; Steel n...
If you need flawless and reliable plate arm protection, so we recommend you to choose this model without hesitation. These arms are part of such medieval battle armor as Armor Garniture of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland – the best one, what the best English armorers could ever create in the XVI century. The simplest system is always the steadiest going. So, these plate arms represent close tube structure, elements of which are joined with pivot fixing through elbow cap with two transitional plates. Circular protection of elbows flows to the tube two-leaved bracer. We also did not forget about strong leather belts, which fix plate arms on your limbs reliably and comfortably and a...
Knight plate arms with elbow caps is a part of full-plate armour in Churburg style and referred to the XIV century. Medieval plate armor from Churburg castle This medieval defense consists of three parts: Rerebrace (bicep/upper arm guard); Bracer (or vambraces – forearm defense); Elbow cap with fan These elements are connected with rivets and have leather belts and buckles for holding of armor on the arm. Tubular bracers have hinges and completely cover forearm of knight. Winged fans on the caps cover outer side of elbow. Plate spaulders of the XIV century will complete this medieval arm protection. We strictly recommend to wear armour over the padded gambe...
Bracers with painted leather are based on the classical forearm defense, which was popular among Asian and Rus’ knights in the XII-XV centuries. Tubular bracers have two leather belts with buckles for keeping of handmade armor on the arm. Defense is long enough to cover the elbow. Leather is riveted inside the bracer. Edges look like a wristband and protect wrists well. We may paint any ornament in any colour by your wish. We recommend to wear this plate arm defense over padded Eastern gambeson. You can use this handmade medieval armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Co...
SCA and sport arm protection is the best choice for fighters, who do not strive for 100% historical authenticity, but want to have 100% defense during practicing in sport and medieval fencings. This arm guard is not a replica, but a type of armor, which was specially designed for SCA fighters. It covers only outer part of arm. Arm armor consists of three parts: Rerebrace (protection of bicep/upper part of arm); Vambrace (protection of forearm); Couter (elbow cap) with rondel All elements of this sport defense are joined together with leather belts and rivets, which make SCA armor good articulated. Also, defense has belts with buckles for reliable holding on the arm. T...
Handcrafted Eastern arm defense is a stylization of vambraces, which were popular among Asian, Rus’ and Middle Eastern warriors in the XIII century. Quite often, gap between two halves of bracers was filled with mail sheet. This model has a hinge for closing and leather belt and buckle for keeping this medieval armor on the arm. Persian warrior, miniature from Shah Nameh Bracers are long enough to cover the elbow, so caps for joint protection are not required. These plate forearm defense is similar to another Asian type protection – forearms “The Boat”, which were found in Sakhnovka, Ukraine and dated by the XIII century. Custom arm protection goes perfectly with h...
Handcrafted elbow caps with chased rondel is an important element of battle knight outfit. Steel elbow guards was in wide use among knights since the XIV century. Primarily, such caps (also known as couters) were attached to mail sleeve of hauberk, later on they became a part of full arm protection. Elbow defense has a circle plate (rondel) for protection of our part of elbow. Caps are held on the elbow with firm leather belts and buckle. Leather loops with holes are installed on the top of cap and allow lacing to the rerebrace (armor for the upper part of arm) or padded gambeson. You can use this functional elbow armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festi...
Milan style plate arms with couters are a part of famous full-plate steel body protection “Avant Armor”. It was crafted in Corio workshop, Milano, and was belong to fon Matsch, the owner of Churburg Castle in 1450. Avant Armor, Glasgow, Scotland Now this armour is in almost perfect condition and is kept in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, Scotland. This plate arm defense has classic shapes of Milan-style armour. For the forced protection, a couter is fixed to the left arm. Italian pauldrons of the same style will be a great addition to this arm guard. Milanese armor, XV century You can use this custom-made plate arm defense for: SCA ...
Forearms with elbow caps and rondels is a classical model of medieval knight arm armor. Similar defense was in use by soldiers of all military branches all over Europe in the XIV-XVI centuries. These vambraces cover forearm of warrior; cap with rondel protects elbow joint and its outer side. There are leather loops with holes are installed on the bracer and cap, so both elements are easily attached to each other with leather lacing. Additionally, there are belts with buckles for fastening of medieval plate armor on the arm. This steel protection is recommended to be worn over padded underarmor. You can use this handmade arm armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances ...
Metal bracers, couters and full arms
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