Round Shield Rondache, 16. cen., museum replica

The rondaches (also called as roundels) were shields carried by Medieval foot soldiers. They were usually made of boards of light wood, sinews or ropes, covered with leather, plates of metal, or stuck full of nails in concentric circles or other figures.

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Round Shield Rondache, 16. cen., museum replica

Replica made after an original that is on display Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg.

  • Etched decorative patterns
  • Hand hammered of 1,5mm carbon steel
  • Height approx. 200 mm
  • Diameter approx. 590 mm
  • Weight approx. 4.850 g

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