Product Code: 63077
Order by 3pm for next day deliveryexc. Bank Holidays & Weekends
International Delivery Availablefrom £14.99
A contribution from the sale of this product helps us to secure this spectacular and unique heritage for future generations to enjoy.
Gothic Armour was a popular style of armour in England and Germany during the late 15th Century. It was influenced by the peaks and ridges of Gothic architecture and art of the period and by the 1480's it was considered to be the best armour in Europe. It was worn by knights and nobles on both sides in the Wars of the Roses where it afforded excellent protection against the arrow storms associated with the battles of this period. The Gothic Gauntlets are hand crafted from polished steel and feature a high level of articulation on account of the many decorated overlapping plates that are rivetted together to allow for maximum mobility and protection. A pair of soft leather gloves are stitched/glued into place allowing them to be worn. 1 size only and will fit all but the largest of hands.
18 gauge steel construction - not recommended for re-enactment.
Size: Length: 42cm Width: 15cm Weight: (each) 850g All dimensions are approximate.
Heavy Item Delivery £14.99 (e.g. Garden Furniture). Delivered by courier, expect delivery between 1-3 working days after placing your order.
Overseas Heavy Items delivery available from £14.99 and will incur a variable shipping rate depending on country. This will be shown at checkout stage. Expect delivery by courier within 28 days of placing your order.
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