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Bascinet Date: ca. 1375–1425 Culture: possibly French Medium: Steel Dimensions: H. 11 7/8 in. (30.2 cm); W. inside bowl at hinges, 7 1/4 in. (18.4 cm); Diam. at top of face opening, 8 1/4 in. (21 cm); Wt. 5 lb. 1 oz. (2268 g)

Bascinet Date: ca. Culture: possibly French Medium: Steel Dimensions: H. inside bowl at hinges, 7 in. at top of face opening, 8 in.

A South German burgonet with pivoted bevor, probably from Augsburg, circa 1550/60 http://www.hermann-historica.de/auktion/images67_max/80772_b.jpg

A South German burgonet with pivoted bevor, probably from Augsburg, circa

Burgonet for a Cuirassier Date: ca. 1620–30 Culture: French Medium: Steel  C

Burgonet for a Cuirassier Date: ca. Culture: French Medium: Steel C Armir armored knight renaissance tilt

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Bascinet Date: ca. 1375–1425 Culture: possibly French Medium: Steel Dimensions: H. 11 7/8 in. (30.2 cm); W. inside bowl at hinges, 7 1/4 in. (18.4 cm); Diam. at top of face opening, 8 1/4 in. (21 cm); Wt. 5 lb. 1 oz. (2268 g)

Bascinet Date: ca. Culture: possibly French Medium: Steel Dimensions: H. inside bowl at hinges, 7 in. at top of face opening, 8 in.

Antique Iron Decorative Shield. This beautifully cast antique iron decorative shield is a reinterpretation of a 16th century shield made for King Henry II of France, which is now housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This decorative shield was likely cast in France. It seems to have hung very near a fireplace as the back has a layer of soot. The front has a silver finish, which highlights the fine details.

Antique Iron Decorative Shield

This beautifully cast antique iron decorative shield is a reinterpretation of a century shield made for King Henry II of France.

Barbute. ca.1460. Armorer: Jacopo da Cannobio, called Bichignola (Italian, Brescia, active ca. 1460).

Jacopo da Cannobio, called Bichignola (Italian, Brescia, active ca.

Add something new to your Medieval decor collection. These armor hand gloves attract the visitors due to their inviting appeal that pays tribute to the iconic knight style. Dimensions: 13 inches lengt

Studio 350 Decorative Metal Armour Gloves (Metal Armour Hand Gloves), Black (Acacia)

Metal Armour Hand Gloves Pair with Inviting Decor Add something new to your Medieval decor collection by 36302 METAL ARMOUR HAND GLOVES. Armor hand gloves attract the visitors due to inviting decor appeal.

Bascinet  Date: ca. 1350–1400 Culture: Italian  http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/40001453?rpp=20=7=*=Helmets=139

Culture: Italian Medium: Steel, bowl restored with plaster Dimensions: Weight (including restorations), 4 lb.

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