Gauntlet Mittens, Late Middle Ages

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10 | 1,5 mm / Gauge 16
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Gauntlet Mittens, Late Middle Ages

These Late Middle Ages gauntlet mittens can be madein standard sizes 9 and 10 or exactly after the outline of your hand. Please see the data „2j“ in our measurement chart for historical armor

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