LANDSKNECHT PLATE GLOVES, X...
LANDSKNECHT PLATE GLOVES, XVI CENTURY It was hard to be a professional warrior in middle ages. Nobles were sure that they stay too high to you, even if they do not know which side to hold the sword. Nevertheless, it wasn’t a problem to show them they are wrong - just throw the plate glove in the noble face. Moreover, Steel Mastery is always near to help you - look at this gorgeous landsknecht plate gloves, perfect for battle and defiance. This authentic plate gloves were typical for XVI century landsknecht armor and represent the part of high-ranked and rich landsknecht’s steel plate body armor (LANDSKNECHT PLATE ARMOR, XVI CENTURY), based at Swiss National Museum, Zurich and G...
Plate gloves for modern swo...
Incredibly beautiful and elegant plate gauntlets from Greenwich, Maximilian or Milanese full-plate armor are definitely good. One just want to shine up at tournament; it is not a shame to throw down such gauntlet before an Emperor, challenging him. You may even wear rings on them… But, they are not very good for usual, hard training daily routine, when the pathos is not important, but easy wearing and reliable protection are. We don’t think that you are ready to wear expensive plate gauntlets and then bring them to blacksmith after every training or combat. For such purposes, artisans of Steel Mastery hammered out this simple, robust and budget friendly real medieval armor – plate g...
Gauntlets, part of full pla...
If you need to challenge somebody, so do it stylishly. Throw down the glove, which you see here and fight will be not avoided. Though, be careful, as you may finish this duel with the very same throw ;) These plate gloves are the part of Armor Garniture of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland – cool medieval armor and artistic peak of the Greenwich workshop in the XVI century. Wrists are protected with long pointed cuffs, hand – with 13 horizontal steel straps, fingers – with scales. Metal part is attached to the soft leather base with steel rings – the most reliable method. Gauntlet from original garniture of George Clifford, XVI century, Metropolitan Museum ...
Gloves in the German style ...
Gloves in the German style of the mid-XV century are based on the Milanese hand armor. They have such typical feature, as a fist, completely covered with two segments and two smaller scales for thumb protection. Long wrists have flutes, which are common for Gothic armor. Medieval fencing gloves are kept on the hand with leather straps, installed from the inside. To avoid injury, we do strictly recommend to wear this steel protection only over padded gloves. This medieval armor gloves protect hand, wrist and part of the forearm during the fencing or combat; at the same time, plate hand armour does not restrict movements. European plate gloves of the XV century are completely handcraf...
Milanese Style Gauntlets
Handcrafted gauntlets are typical for Milanese armour of the 1450-1485 years. They have long cuffs for better arm protection. Segmented plate gauntlets have plates, joined with rivets. So, knight’s fist may move free and be safely protected at the same time during the fencing or combat. You may see similar model of plate hand armor on numerous medieval works of those times. Pala di Sant'Andrea, by Nicola da Siena, Detail of Men at Arms, 1463 year Italian Gothic mitten gauntlets, ca.1430 year You can use this authentic European armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: ...
Classic Finger Gauntlets
Classic finger gauntlets are a type of medieval hand protection, which was popular and essential element of knight battle outfit in the XV century. This steel protection has such typical features of Gothic armor, as elongated wrist with reinforcement ribs, articulated fingers and extra plate, which covers knuckles. 'St. George, Triptych with Throning Madonna' (Master of the Antwerp Triptych of Maria), Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerpen, Belgium, ca. 1490-1500 years Small steel scales are riveted to the firm leather base – such design makes fingers’ movements comfortable and easy. Fingered knight gauntlet is fixed on the hand with a belt and buckle. It is recomm...
Gothic finger gauntlets
Gothic finger gauntlets were one of the most important element of full-plate knight armor of the XV century. Hand armor is movable, so does not restrict movements during the medieval fencing or combat. All parts are joined together with rivets. There are also additional plates for knuckles protection. Elongated wrist has flutes and reinforcement ribs, typical for Gothic armour. Leather belt and straps are installed from the inside and allow comfortable wearing of steel hand armour. Such medieval knight protection should be worn only over leather or padded gloves to avoid injuries. You can use this custom-made battle armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Mediev...
English gothic gauntlets
English Gothic gauntlets are essential part of full-plate knight armor of the XV century. This hand protection is made according original samples of medieval gauntlets. By customer regards, it may be completed with scale, brigand or articulated fingers. Leather strap and belt with buckle firmly keeps English gauntlet on the hand of a knight. Solid fluted wrist part reliably covers and protects hand and at the same time, it does not hinder movements during medieval fencing or battle. Metal SCA gauntlets are custom-made by individual parameters of a client. You can use this functional hand armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Ree...
Milan Gloves 1370-1450
Milan gloves of the 1370-1450 years are an integral part of any Italian style full-plate armor of the XIV-XV centuries. This model of medieval hand armour is based on the sample, which is kept in Churburg Castle now. Wrist part is riveted to the plate, which covers outer part of hand. For full protection, we offer you to complete this knight armour with scale, brigand or articulated fingers. The advantage of these steel gloves is prolonged front part of the gauntlet. It protects your fingers from breaking during battle. We do recommend to wear such metal hand defense only over leather or padded gloves. By using these Milanese gloves for medieval fencing, comfort and good protection ...
Gauntlets dated 1410-1420
Medieval knight gauntlets of the early XV century are also known as “Hourglass”. This practical model was widespread among knight in the Middle Ages. Our gauntlets are based on the well-known hand armor of Edward the Black Prince. Edward of Woodstick (the Black Prince), Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, England “Hourglass” gauntlets are the best choice for people, who are practicing medieval fencing. Wide wrist and thumb parts cover outer part of a hand. Such armor can be completed with articulated, brigand or scale fingers. You can use this battle hand armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price inc...
Knightly mittens is a popular model of medieval plate hand armor, which was widespread among the warriors of all military branches in the XIV-XV centuries. Mittens cover fingers and provide with good hold. Five segments are joined together with rivets and attached to the wide wrist part. Such design provides with perfect hold of weapon, complete protection of hand and good mobility during the medieval fencing. We strictly recommend to wear such plate mittens only over padded gloves. Then, wearing will be more comfortable and protection more reliable. You can use this battle hand armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Ba...
Knight s gloves of the 14th...
Knight’s gloves are made after certain historical replicas – numerous effigies, tombstones and other historical sources, dated by the XIV-XV centuries. Because of its shape, this medieval armor is also known as “Hourglass” gauntlets. Knightly figure of Bernabo Visconti, wearing gauntlets, Castello Sforzesco, Milan Silver altar of St.Jacopo, Pistoia, Italy, XIV century It is so-called two-part gauntlets, which consist of the articulations for the fingers, and a broad prolonged plate. This plate covers backside of the hand and the wrist. For the best protection, we offer you to complete gauntlets with brigand, scale of articulated fingers. Leather straps and belt ...