Leather Chamfrons

Do you often attend the historical battle re-enactments on horseback? Sword and horse were parts of equipment of every medieval knight. Knight and horse needed some armour to protect them against injuries. Also horse’s head had to be protected among other things. Therefore leather chamfrons were invented.

Horse’s armour and chamfrons (protection of horse’s head) were used already in ancient Greece. They were made from leather until the 12th century, and then were replaced by plate armour. Shape of chamfrons was almost unchanged. Chamfrons were outdated and unnecessary in the 17th century. Therefore, especially lavishly decorated horse’s armour were made and were used only for festive occasions.

Our equipment for horses (leather chamfrons included) can be used during various historical battle re-enactments, theatre performances, film screenings and other historical events. Don’t hesitate to choose the right chamfron for your horse!

Besides leather chamfrons you will find here also next necessary equipment for medieval knights and their horses: beautiful caparisons, horsemen armour, horsemen weapons, riding boots or whips.

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The statutory legal warranty covers the productions defects of all products for a period of two years from the purchase day and this guarantee can be enforced by the consumer within 2 months from the discovery of the defect. In case of conformity defect, the consumer is entitled, at its own discretion, to the repair or the substitution of the defected products by the seller, without any additional cost, save if the requested remedy is not possible or too much expensive in respect of the other. If repair or substitution are not possible, the consumer has, in any case, the right to have a reduction of the price or to have a sum proportioned to the product value paid back, against the return of the product to the seller. The above applies ONLY to consumers as defined by the Law. Damages deriving from the use or from an accident or caused by the natural wear and tear do not fall within this guarantee or other guarantees. Wear and tear is damage that naturally and inevitably occurs as a result of normal wear or aging. We deny any responsibility deriving from incidental or consequential damages caused by the misuse of the products or its components.

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