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This model of gauntlets was popular from 13th to 15th century. The metacarpal plate covers the hand back up to the first fingers joints. The gauntlets were used without fingers, but can be still with different types of fingers (brigant fingers, scale fingers or articulated fingers). This model is based on museum piece from Churburg.
The gauntlets are made of two parts: the hand-back-plate and the "hourglass-cuff". Both parts are hand-hammered and welded together at the wrist. The weld is nicely deburred. The gauntlet inside is sprayed with black paint to prevent corrosion.
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