Our craftsmen were inspired by the third tapestry from The Deeds of Julius Caesar set where Caesar crossed the Rubicon and by the Battle of Thessalonica. Created in Tournai c.1470, it’s one of the most solemn and monumental XVth century Flemish tapestries famous for its weavings’ huge size and dense imagery. You can see it in Historisches Museum of Bern, Switzerland.
This is a perfect brigantine for sports from Steel Mastery craftsmen!
We used bottom of practical and well-acclaimed European brigandine of the 14-15th century and added wide vertical plates on the chest and back.
Such construction protects body’s upper part especially well while shorter plates at the bottom allow you to move comfortably.