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Moyen-âge

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Instagram media by pma_upinarms - For Tournament Tuesday, or more specifically Tilting Tuesday, here are the remnants of an exceedingly rare French armor for the tilt, one of only two known to exist today.  Parts of an Armor for Use in the Tilt, French, c. 1550-1575; Steel, etched and partially gilded; brass; leather (replaced); Weight: 32.7 lb. (14.8 kg). @philamuseum The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Bequest of Carl Otto Kretzschmar von Kienbusch, 1977 (1977-167-28a-l)  #Tuesday…

French armor for the tilt, one of only two known to exist today.

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

Anton Peffenhauser German, Augsburg  Fingered Gauntlet for the Right Hand, 1571  Steel with gilding

Fingered gauntlet the armor of a member of the Imperial Hapsburg Family, created by Anton Peffenhauser (German, Augsburg, courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Parade armour

Only surviving complete Roman-style Armor in the world. Gift to Philip II of Spain, On display at the National Gallery of Art.

A complete Khevsur armor including a handwoven gambeson, a riveted mail misiurka-type helmet, a butted mail shirt, a pair of hand forged steel arm guards. A fine cross-belt mounted with hammered silver plaques, a large kindjal dagger, a distinctive khmali sword, a miquelet pistol, a leather bandoleer with powder tubes with a horn priming flask, a nagaika crop, a typical Khevsur shield, a pair of original rawhide shoes. late 17th-late 19th century.

A complete Khevsur armor including a handwoven gambeson, a riveted mail…

Lamellar armor and helmet [Tibetan] (36.25.53a,b) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tibetan lamellar armor and helmet, possibly c. the body of these…

Knights Armor

The jousting armor of Dr. Tobias Capwell, scholar and warrior. A unique armour in the English style, circa 1440 - made of hardened and tempered medium carbon steel with rich gilt ornamentation and gilt chain maille.

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