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Armor for Field and Tournament, 1527  Made in the Royal Workshops  English (Greenwich)  Steel, etched and gilded overall

Armor for Field and Tournament. Decoration attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger (Swiss, active in England Armor from of the English Greenwich style. It is steel with etching and gilt inlay.

Armor of Sir James Scudamore  Jacob Halder  (English, master armorer at royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608)

Armor of Sir James Scudamore Jacob Halder (British, master armorer at the royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England Date: ca. Geography: Greenwich Culture: British, Greenwich Medium: Steel, etched and gilt

Closeup of breastplate of Half Armor for use on foot in the field by Milan Italy armorer Master of the Castle Mark 1600 CE etched partially russeted and gilded steel (2), via Flickr.

Closeup of breastplate of Half Armor for use on foot in the field by Milan Italy armorer Master of the Castle Mark 1600 CE etched partially russeted and gilded steel

Not for biking:  Armor of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland  Made under the direction of Jacob Halder  (English, master armorer at royal workshops at Greenwich, documented 1558–1605)  This artwork is currently on display in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

Not for biking: Armor of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland Made under the direction of Jacob Halder (English, master armorer at royal workshops at Greenwich, documented This artwork is currently on display in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

Armor steel embossed with traces of gilding French about 1575-1580 CE | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Metallic Sculpture : Armor steel embossed with traces of gilding French about CE

German, documented 1513–1579, Equestrian Armor of Emperor Charles V, Augsburg, c. 1535–1540 (lance, 16th-19th century) etched, embossed, and gilt steel, brass, leather, fabric (lance: steel and wood), Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid-Magnificent!

Desiderius Helmschmid, German, documented Equestrian Armor of Emperor…

Field Armour of Sir Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst    Royal Workshop, Greenwich    Date: 1587    Place: Greenwich, England        Materials and Techniques: Steel, leather, brass and gold    Dimensions: Weight 32.03 kg        Museum Number: The Wallace Collection, A62

Field Armour of Sir Thomas Sackville, Lord Buckhurst Royal Workshop, Greenwich…

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Tyrosh is renowned for its armorsmiths who can make fantastic helmets shaped like birds and animals, chased with precious metals.-This is super cool…

Tyrosh is renowned for its armorsmiths who can make fantastic helmets shaped like birds and animals, chased with precious metals. This is the technique Gendry used to create the wolf breastplate for Arya

A VICTORIAN FIELD ARMOUR MADE FOR A BOY - IN 16TH CENTURY STYLE Comprising close-helmet with two-piece skull, roped comb, visor with two vision slits and lifting peg, upper bevor pierced with circular breaths, lower bevor shaped to the chin, and two gorget plates front and back, curiass comprising breast- and back-plate each with the principle edges turned and roped, tassets with simulated lames, full arm defences, fingered gauntlets, and full leg harnesses with sabatons, on wooden stand

A VICTORIAN FIELD ARMOUR MADE FOR A BOY - IN 16TH CENTURY STYLE Comprising close-helmet with two-piece skull, roped comb, visor with two vision slits and lifting peg, upper bevor pierced with circular breaths, lower bevor shaped to the chin, and two gorget plates front and back, curiass comprising breast- and back-plate each with the principle edges turned and roped, tassets with simulated lames, full arm defences, fingered gauntlets, and full leg harnesses with sabatons, on wooden stand

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The Milanese Avant Harness from the Kelvin Grove Glasgow. A fine and almost complete mid armour. The barbute helmet is possibly not part of the original harness.

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Early modern period European three-quarter armour without a helmet.