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Art Institute of Chicago Fencing Gauntlet for the Left Hand, c. 1545/70  Steel, brass, leather, textile Overall: 44.5 cm (17 1/2 in.)  George F. Harding Collection, 1982.2640

Art Institute of Chicago Fencing Gauntlet for the Left Hand, c. 1545/70 Steel, brass, leather, textile Overall: 44.5 cm (17 1/2 in.) George F. Harding Collection, 1982.2640

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14th_century_hourglass_gauntlets_by_royaloakarmoury-d5nlam2.jpg 600×896 pixels

Detail of light field armour of Sir John Smythe, c.1585 (metal)

Detail of light field armour of Sir John Smythe, c.1585 (metal)

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

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

A great diagram I found on tumblr. I pieced all the panels together but the art is not mine.

A great diagram I found on tumblr. I pieced all the panels together but the art is not mine.

I like this specifically because of the patterns engraved into the gauntlets, just how the are very small yet intricate. I could implement these into my work using textures rather than modelling it using 3DS Max or Mudbox. I really like how the patterns go across each finger.

I like this specifically because of the patterns engraved into the gauntlets, just how the are very small yet intricate. I could implement these into my work using textures rather than modelling it using 3DS Max or Mudbox. I really like how the patterns go across each finger.

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Elise_de_la_Serre_concept_art.jpg (413×960)

16th century french armor knight shield - Google Search

16th century french armor knight shield - Google Search

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…

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…

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