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Gauntlet for the right hand, belonging to the armor of the Count of Niebla

Gauntlet for the right hand, belonging to the armour of the Count of Niebla.

Cool armor! I love the history and books about King Arthur and his knights of the round table.

kartorthedragonslayer: “ The Royal Armoury at Peles Castle, Romania. “ I love the details those armours have, stunning works of art. No wonder why I like looking at Arthur’s armour so much.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Gauntlets Belonging to the Armor of Duke Friedrich Ulrich of Brunswick

missfolly:  You never know when you may need a good chart on Medieval Armour : ) Miss Folly

You never know when you may need a good chart on Medieval Armour : ) Miss Folly

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darksword-armory: “ Historically, gauntlets were used by soldiers and knights. It was considered an important piece of armour, since the hands and arms were particularly vulnerable in hand-to-hand.

Gothic equestrian armor for rider & horse, South German, circa 1480. Rider's armor composed of original & modern parts; horse's bard is homogeneous with an associated saddle, circa 1510. Detail of rider's backplate, which is original & of high quality and does not correspond to the breastplate.

Extant Century German Gothic Armour [added] The design of the cantle of the saddle is quite interesting.

Ceremonial helmet (18th century), and armor of an officer of the imperial palace guard (17th century)

Ceremonial helmet century), and armor century) of an officer of the imperial palace guard of China

Gauntlet for the right hand, belonging to the armor of the Count of Niebla

Gauntlet for the right hand, belonging to the armor of the Count of Niebla, 1590

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Pair of Gauntlets Belonging to the Armor of Duke Friedrich Ulrich of Brunswick (1591–1634)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Pair of Gauntlets Belonging to the Armor of Duke Friedrich Ulrich of Brunswick

Gauntlet for the right hand, belonging to the armor of the Count of Niebla  Date: ca. 1590 Culture: Italian (Milan) Medium: Steel, gold, silver, textile, and leathe

Gauntlet for the right hand, belonging to the armor of the Count of Niebla 1590

Armor of Henry II of France  Date: about 1555 Culture: French, possibly Paris Medium: Steel, embossed, blued, silvered, and gilt

Henry II of France’s armor ca. 1555 via The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Just read about Henry in Gortners' book "The Confessions of Catherine de Medici"

Burgonet of the Guard of Pope Julius III  Date: ca. 1550–55 Culture: Italian (Brescia) Medium: Steel, gold, bras

Concept Modeling For Metallic Sculpture : – Picture : – Description Burgonet of the Guard of Pope Julius III Date: ca. Culture: Italian (Brescia) Medium: Steel, gold, brass -Read More –

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