Nuremberg, Germany, C. 1490-1520.
Original on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Bashford Dean Memorial Collection).
Jousting emerged during the 12th C. from the military use of the lance by the mounted knight. During the latter part of the Middle… see more
Viking Helmet, with leather liner. Made of 14g steel. The viking sword is legal for all reenactment combat groups. One of our newest Medieval Armor piece.
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Inspired from the Nazgul medieval armor gauntlets in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, we have created one of the most complex and detailed gauntlets. Each gauntlet has 158 rivets with 58 moveable parts, permitting exceptional articulation. The gauntlets are… see more
The Gothic Sallet is one of the most interesting, complex and intelligently designed medieval armor helmets of the later part of the Middle Ages. Gothic Armors were designed to imitate the pleated clothing that was considered fashionable in Europe at… see more