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There are different time of manufacture for every item: Gambesons and padded armor – 8-9 weeks; Costumes and other clothing – 4-6 weeks; Brigandines – 3-4 months; Leather accessories – 2-4 weeks. Please contact us if you would like to know more precise terms.
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Here is one of the authentic samples of brigandine, that was recreated based on the materials of excavation of the Battle of Visby (1361).
This armour is perfect for medieval tournaments and battles.
Handmade shiels for battle. This shield is good for SCA, LARP ans reenactments or battles with wooden, duralumin, steel weapon. Standard options: -cold rolled steel 1.5mm (16gauge) -painting to prevent rusting -simple cross decoration in the centre of the shield -steel trims for decoration -steel handle for comfortable wearing during battle Additional optiopns: The shield can be made in other steel or stainless steel Decoration of the shield is offered for additional payment and is under discussion. СохранитьСохранить СохранитьСохранить СохранитьСохранить ..
Medieval round shield
Medieval round shield
Handmade round shield for battle. This sheld is good for SCA, LARP and reenactments or battles with wooden, duralumin, steel weapon. Standard options: -plywood 8mm (0.31inches) -rendering for keeping safe from rotting. The color matches natural wood -steel trims for decoration and durability -standard size 50cm (19.5inches) diameter -leather handle for comfortable wearing during battle Additional optiopns: The shield can be made in different diameters for customer's choice. The trimms can be in brass or thick leather. We use thick good quality leather for the trims (3.5mm or 0.13inches) Decorative painting for additional costs. Note! The pictures show the example of decorative painting on the shiels. Each customer can choose the pattern or order the individual painting. Decoration of the shield is offered for additional payment and is under discussion. ..
This shield is made of ply-wood, painted in black. It is reinforced along its perimeter with 1 mm thick metal stripe. Steel umbo protects your fist in attacks. It has 4 brass plates ..
Triangle shield for reenact...
Triangle shield for reenactors and SCA
This triangle shield is hand-crafted of plywood that makes it harder and lighter than if made of wood. Durable leather straps provide easy elbow grip. The shield is fastened along its perimeter with steel stripe. As option this shield could be trimmed with brass and thick leather. Upper decorative elements could be custom-made as well. ..
Aquiline Creased Shield
Aquiline Creased Shield
This fully hand-crafted shield won its popularity in 15-16 cent. cavalry tilts. This Medieval shield has an aquiline shape, lengthwise creased on center. It has fully hand-made gorgeous surface decoration with heraldic elements inpainting and brass rivets droplets. Steel reinforcement stripe is riveted as well. As standard option this shield has satin polishing. Optional are mirror polishing and blueing. ..
A buckler (French bouclier 'shield', from Old French bocle, boucle 'boss') is a small shield, 15 to 45 cm (6 in to 18 in) This model has 30 cm in diameter, hot-forged umbo of 3.5 mm steel, leather edging, wooden handle and belt hook. It's comfortable and durable buckler, well suited to attacking tactics of warfare. Fist shields of this type are known from Germanic and Celtic tribes. There are Byzantine frescoes of the 8th-7th centuries, which show the foot soldiers with small fists shields. This type of medieval shields was very popular in the 12th - 16th centuries, until it got replaced with dague. The decline of bucklers was also caused by growing popularity of firearms. The buckler is ideal for group and foot single combats. It is well accompanied with a short sword or falchion. ..