Medieval Armor

Body Armour Medieval

Body Armour Medieval

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  • Item Code: IR80506

Breast Plate Body Armour


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  • Item Code: IR80509

Peascod Breast Plate


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  • Item Code: IR80511

Gothic Breast Plate

Gothic Breast Plate

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  • Item Code: IR80512

Brass Muscle Armour

Brass Muscle Armour

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  • Item Code: IR80513

Gothic Suit of Armour

Gothic Suit Of Armour

It is made of solid iron.
It is a good quality product.
All work is hand made. 
It is a beautiful gift for collector.
collector can use it for protection.
Made and make perfect gift.
This product is 100% new great for collection good quality product.

It has a magnificient design.


  • history

The suit of armour came into use at the beginning of the 15th Century. The suit of armour was worn over regular underclothes and was attached to the wearer using leather straps and buckles. Chainmail was used to protect areas that could not be protected with plate armor. Suit of armor usually consists of the helm, breastplate and backplate (cuirass with often attached faulds and tassets), gauntlets, pauldrons (or spaulders), vambraces, couters, sabatons (foot armor), greaves (to protect shins) and gorget, sometimes called a neckguard. The cost of the suit of armour varied by the historical periods, coverage it provided and articulation. It was usually afforded only by the nobility or professional soldiers as one full suit of armour’s cost could equal to cost of a small farm. Soldiers of lower rank usually wore less plate armor and more chainmail. A good suit of armour was comparable to today’s tank.
                   Suits of armour were real masterpieces. The most famous designs came from Germany,Italy, England and Serbia and each design had its own style that varied from others. In the 15th Century most of the suits of armor were plain; however, by 16th Century with the introduction of the Maximilian style, suit of armour became more articulated and decorated with fluting and etching. In the same period the use of closed helmets was more prevalent compared to earlier open designs such as barbutes and sallets.

A suit of armor is composed of the following parts:

  • The cuirass, covering the whole figure, chest and back.
  • The epaulieres, guards for the shoulders.
  • The brassarts, or arm-guards.
  • The coudieres, elbow-guards, and coverings for the inside of the elbow joints.
  • The avant-bras, guards for the lower arms.
  • The faudes, or taces, with the tuilles, which protected the front of the thigh.
  • The haubergeon, (chainmail) worn under the cuirass to protect the torso.
  • The cuissarts, thigh-pieces
  • The genouilieres, knee-guards.
  • The grevieres, leg-pieces
  • The sollerets, or soulieres (with the spurs), laminated coverings for the feet.
  • The gauntlets, to protects the hands. 

 

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  • Item Code: IR80514

Knight Suit Of Armour


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  • Item Code: IR80515

Lorica Segmentata- Leather


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  • Item Code: IR80658L
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