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Portions of a Ceremonial Armor                                                                                      Date:                                        ca. 1575–80                                                          Culture:                                        French                                                          Medium:                                        Steel, embossed, with traces of gilding

Portions of a Ceremonial Armor Date: ca. Culture: French Medium: Steel, embossed, with traces of gilding

Warm tones.  The vibrant reds and golds in this attire give a regal effect, denoting someone of power.

- Reproduction of Byzantine Lamellar Armor with Leather Strips…

SCA Armor Legs “Knight of Fortune” Stainless

Combat functional medieval legs (circa XIV) with exclusive etching. Great armour for SCA, reenactment, HMB and other medieval sword-fight formats.

1432: A black and white armour : Lot 1432

A black and white armour : Lot 1432

Cuirassier armour of Henry, future Prince of Wales: Front: detail

Cuirassier armour of Henry, future Prince of Wales: The armour was given to Prince Henry by Claude de Lorraine, Prince de Joinville (later Duke of Chevreuse

Borgoñota de la guarnición regalada por el duque Carlos Manuel I de Saboya al rey Felipe III en 1603. Milán, hacia 1585. Acero repujado, cincelado, grabado, dorado y damasquinado, oro, plata, tejido. Alto 36 cm; ancho 27 cm; peso 2375 gr. Patrimonio Nacional. Madrid, Real Armería (cat. A.291) - Helmet (Burgonet) from the Garniture Presented by the Duke of Savoy to King Philip III, Milan, c. 1585 etched, embossed, gilt, and gold-damascened steel; silver and fabric. Real Armería, Madrid.

Borgoñota de la guarnición regalada por el duque Carlos Manuel I de Saboya al rey Felipe III en 1603. Milán, hacia 1585. Acero repujado, cincelado, grabado, dorado y damasquinado, oro, plata, tejido. Alto 36 cm; ancho 27 cm; peso 2375 gr. Patrimonio Nacional. Madrid, Real Armería (cat. A.291) - Helmet (Burgonet) from the Garniture Presented by the Duke of Savoy to King Philip III, Milan, c. 1585 etched, embossed, gilt, and gold-damascened steel; silver and fabric. Real Armería, Madrid.

Close helmet with falling buffe  Attributed to Pompeo della Cesa  (Italian, Milan, ca. 1537–1610)

Close Helmet with Falling Buffe Armorer: Attributed to Pompeo della Cesa (Italian, Milan, ca. Date: ca.

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