Medieval Body Armor


Corinthian Leather Body Armor
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Price : INR 7,000.00 / Piece(s)

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Model Ma 101
Colour Black Leather Finish
Materials Leather, Brass – Combination of Various Metals
Uses Home Decor, Souvenirs, Gift, Collectible , History, Art & Craft
Product Height 1650 Mm
Product Width 550 Mm
Product Weight 9 Kg

The word Corinthian originated in ancient Greece and took its name from the city-state of Corinth. These cuirasses were much more effective at deflecting a blow from a spear, sword, arrow dart or stone, all which were employed by the ancient Greek warriors.
When one thinks of armour in a general or historic sense one normally conjures images of the style of armour (or armor) worn by History’s King Arthur and his knights of the round table, Galahad, Lancelot and the rest of the warriors of Merlin. The bulky metal, full body suits that were more likely to disable an enemy by blinding them with the sunlight reflecting off the shiny exterior than they were through the accuracy of where the knight pointed his jousting stick. Spare a thought for the poor horses that were taken with carrying these heroes, burdened with weight of the chain mail, broad sword and shield.

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Price : INR 30,000.00 / Set(s)

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Product Code MA 100
Colour Silver (Chrome) Finish
Materials Brass – Combination of Various Metals, Wood
Uses Home Decor, Gift, Souvenir, Collectible, History, Art and Craft
Product Height 1900 mm
Product Width 850 mm
Product Weight 30 Kg
Quality Optimum Quality

Mail, or chain mail, made of interlocking iron rings, which may be riveted, or welded shut is believed to have been invented in Eastern Europe about 500 BC. Gradually, small additional plates or discs of iron were added to the mail to protect vulnerable areas. Hardened leather and splinted construction were used for arm and leg pieces. A coat of plates was developed, an armour made of large plates sewn inside a textile or leather coat.

When one thinks of armour in a general or historic sense one normally conjures images of the style of armour (or armor) worn by History’s King Arthur and his knights of the round table, Galahad, Lancelot and the rest of the warriors of Merlin. The bulky metal, full body suits that were more likely to disable an enemy by blinding them with the sunlight reflecting off the shiny exterior than they were through the accuracy of where the kni...

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Medieval Mini Knight Armor
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Price : INR 30,000.00 / Set(s)

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Product Code MA 103
Color Antique
Finishing Polished
Colour Steel and Brass
Materials Steel – Combination of Various Metals, Wood Plinth
Uses Home Decor, Gift, Souvenir, Collectable, History, Art and Craft
Product Dimensions 300W x 850H mm
Product Weight 10 Kg (Approx)

When one thinks of armour in a general or historic sense one normally conjures images of the style of armour (or armor) worn by History’s King Arthur and his knights of the round table, Galahad, Lancelot and the rest of the warriors of Merlin. The bulky metal, full body suits that were more likely to disable an enemy by blinding them with the sunlight reflecting off the shiny exterior than they were through the accuracy of where the knight pointed his jousting stick. Spare a thought for the poor horses that were taken with carrying these heroes, burdened with weight of the chain mail, broad sword and shield.

Think a little harder and one would recall other variants of a soldier’s armour that have been used around the globe from the ancient times of the Greeks and the Spartan Warriors of 300 infamy with their bodices of mounded leather and bronze helmets with plu...

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Roman Lorica Segmentata Armor
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Price : INR 15,000.00 / Set(s)

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Product Code MA 102
Colour Shiny Silver
Materials Steel – Combination of Various Metals
Uses Home Decor, Gift, Souvenir, Collectible, History, Art and Craft
Product Height 1000 mm
Product Width 700 mm
Product Weight 12 Kg

The lorica segmentata (segmented cuirass) is a type of personal armour used by soldiers of the Roman Empire, consisting of metal strips (“girth hoops” fashioned into circular bands), fastened to internal leather straps. The Latin name was first used in the 16th century; the ancient form is unknown.

When one thinks of armour in a general or historic sense one normally conjures images of the style of armour (or armor) worn by History’s King Arthur and his knights of the round table, Galahad, Lancelot and the rest of the warriors of Merlin. The bulky metal, full body suits that were more likely to disable an enemy by blinding them with the sunlight reflecting off the shiny exterior than they were through the accuracy of where the knight pointed his jousting stick. Spare a thought for the poor horses that were taken with carrying these heroes, burdened with we...

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