ID: 11501

Gorget – originally a steel collar used for neck and throat protection. Gorget was a part of ancient armour and was intended to protect against swords and other bladed weapons. The most medieval gorget were simple shields to protect the neck, worn under the breastplate. These plates support the weight of armour worn on them

ID: 13503

French arm armor – 14th century,  based on a example which is preserved in Chartres Cathedral, France, made for Charles VI . This arm harness is completed with the elbow cops. Made of cold rolled steel with thickness 1.5 mm. May be crafted of 1.0mm and 1.5mm tempered (hardened) steel. This armor has good movement

ID: 12108

Usually, brigantine was made of small plates. However, small plates were kept impact badly, and since the small-plate brigantine supplanted usual, the plates were again enlarged, making the former bigger, but better fitting to body. A characteristic feature of a big-plate brigantine, in addition to large plates, was a skirt of laminar structures, that was

ID: 16401

Quilted stockings. They have 2 layers of batting. Handmade. A qualitative machine stitching. The material – natural solid tissues – diagonal, 100% cotton. Stockings are fastening with laces. Belt is not included in basic set. Perfect stockings for wearing under armour – light and comfortable, also durable. Answering the particular inquiry of some of our

ID: 12502

Breastplate is a part of plate armour covering the body from the front. Formed in the late XIV century and existed as long as the armour was in general use. Breastplate and backplate are parts of the cuirass, in some cases, the breastplate was used separately. This breastplate is made of steel with a thickness

ID: 11102

Charles VI (1368-1422), King of France, was called the Beloved and the Mad (french: le Bien-Aimé, le Fol or le Fou). Helmet based on Bascinet of Charles VI from the collection of “Le Trésor de la cathédrale” (Chartres, France). It has a visor so-called a “sparrow’s beak” (french: visière à bec de passereau). Such form

ID: 16103

Qualitative underwear is a very important part of equipment of ancient knights. To protect vulnerable part of the body – head, shock-resistant fabric liners were used. This liner is made of layers of 100% cotton, very durable fabric. It’s completely handmade, has qualitative machine seams. This type of liner is suitable for helmet Bascinet.

ID: 13106

Stilization of XIV century spaulders worn with lentner or coat armor. Basic anatomical shape provides excellent movability. Spaulders make a good set with steel arm protection. They are equipped with leather points with holes. You can easely fix Plain spaulders “Drops” to your pdded gambeson. Also there’s a leather strap for proper fastening on your

ID: 13105

This model of our new shoulder protection was made as stilization of Milanese spaulders – espalderium. Segmental spaulders are smaller than historical spaulders which you can see on the Milanese armor of XV century. That makes them more comfortable to use. So called “wings” of Milanese spaulders were really big. When knights stopped to use

ID: 13104

Italian style spaulders, late XV century. Also called narrow spaulders. Based on armor of Kaspar of Frundsberg which is preserved in Kunsthistorisches Museum in Wien, Austria. Narrow spaulders consist of 3 narrow biceps plates, shoulder cup and long biceps plate which goes till elbow. This construction provides full covering of biceps. Each plate is fixed

ID: 13103

Spaulders – part of the armour, has a semi-circular or curved shape, protects shoulders and neck of a wearer, as well as identifies a person. Were made entirely of metal, very rarely contained leather. This complect of spaulders of made of qualitative steel 1,5 mm thick that gives confidence in providing protection. Spaulders are fixing