Brigandine Hohenaschau,1380-1400

Brigandine Hohenaschau,1380-1400

ID: 12204

Brigantine – armour of the plates, hardened under a cloth base. Carded basis of chivalry Brigantine was often covered with velvet, often with the arms, and was attached to a decorative rivets form. In XIII-XIV centuries, the brigantine was a typical knight’s armour, and in the XV century – typical for infantry.

The original of this brigandine (probably Milan, 1380-1400) was found in the Castle Hohenaschau, Bavaria, Germany. Currently is represented in Bayerisches Nationalmuseum (Bavarian National Museum) in Munich, Germany. It has a big forged breast plate and horizontal plates below the waist. Horizontal plates are movable. Breastplate and back plate are forged from one piece. The upper part of this armor has two symmetrical shaft-bows of solid rivets (front and back). This brigandine is slim lined so it’s main weight goes on shoulders and hip bones what is more comfortable.

The plates of this brigantine are made of cold rolled steel with a thickness of 1.5 mm. Can be made of tempered steel. Types of covering: fabric (base – tarpaulin, cover – 100% wool) or leather. Notice that colors may vary a bit.

Please notice, that measurements should be with padding/gambeson.

Price:
354
Total amount:
354

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Distance: pubis - clavicles
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Your size:
Height
165-172 cm
Distance: pubis - clavicles
52-58 cm
Chest circumference
96-109 cm
Waist circumference
90-100 cm
Height
173-180 cm
Distance: pubis - clavicles
59-64 cm
Chest circumference
110-120 cm
Waist circumference
100-110 cm
Height
181-190 cm
Distance: pubis - clavicles
66-72 cm
Chest circumference
121-130 cm
Waist circumference
111-120 cm
Height
191-203 cm
Distance: pubis - clavicles
73-78 cm
Chest circumference
131-140 cm
Waist circumference
121-130 cm
Availability: available

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