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The Art of Power Filippo Negroli and Brothers, Italian, c. 1510–1579, Armor of Emperor Charles V, Milan, 1539, embossed and gold- and silver-damascened steel; brass and leather, Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid

Emperor Charles V's Armor CE Milan, Italy) -Filippo Negroli & Brothers (Armorer, c.

ca. 1555–60 The elegant shape and beautiful decoration of this helmet suggest that it was made in Italy under French influence.

“ Italian burgonet ca. (x) The elegant shape and beautiful decoration of this helmet suggest that it was made in Italy under French influence.

Maximilian Armor ::: РАЗНОЕ » Оружие / армия / фото 17819811 851 x 1280 io.ua

Maximilian Armor ::: РАЗНОЕ » Оружие / армия / фото 17819811 851 x 1280 io.ua

Field Armor Probably of Sir John Scudamore (1541 or 1542–1623) Armorer: Made under the direction of Jacob Halder (British, master armorer at the royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608) Armorer: Helmet, left pauldron, gauntlets, and right sabaton made by Daniel Tachaux (French, 1857–1928, active in France and America) in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Armor Workshop Date: ca. 1587, restored and completed 1915 (Steel, gold, leather)

Sir John Scudamore or was appointed a Gentleman Pensioner by Queen Elizabeth I (reigned in 1571 or 1572 and knighted in This armor probably was commissioned by him in preparation for the threatened Spanish invasion of England in 1588

Courtesy of The Royal Armoury (http://emuseumplus.lsh.se/eMuseumPlus). The suit of armour of Eric XIV, made for a triumphal procession during the Nordic Seven Years' War (1561-1568) and is covered with mythological pictures

Courtesy of The Royal Armoury (emuseumplus. The suit of armour of Eric XIV, made for a triumphal procession during the Nordic Seven Years' War and is covered with mythological pictures

Armour of Philip I      Royal Armouries Madrid    The most noteable item related to this armour is the unusual helmet, which is patterend after an ecclesiastical biretta or a civilian hat of the period. The skull is quartered with four ridges in high relief arranged in a cross, and has two plates riveted to it`s edges to form a wide upturned brim.

darksword-armory: “ Armour of Philip I Royal Armouries Madrid The most noteable item related to this armour is the unusual helmet, which is patterend after an ecclesiastical biretta or a civilian hat.

Medieval Armour

Jousting Armour of Philip I. Intended for a form of tournament contest known in Spain as the Justa Real, or Royal Joust, essentially a Spanish variant of the type of armour worn throughout Europe in the for the Joust with Blunt Lances

Winged hussar armor

Two sets of hussars armour, Polish, second half Helmets have a visor and a nose-iron; the breast plate is tied on the back by two leather straps. Leopard skins around the shoulders. The wings, made of eagle feathers, were fixed to the saddle.

Half Armor (German), c. 1600 | Great Hall | Detroit Institute of Arts

brass, cloth, silk, leather, gildingDepartmentEuropean Sculpture and Dec ArtsClassificationArms and ArmorCreditGift of William Randolph Hearst FoundationAccession

Parts from a French Armour for the Tilt 1550/75

Parts of an Armor for Use in the Tilt Made in France, Europe c. Artist/maker unknown, French Etched and partially gilded steel; leather (replaced) * Gallery Arms and Armor, second floor (Kretzschmar von Kienbusch Galleries)