Gorget from 17.century
Gorgets demonstrated a very effective method of protection, which was confirmed by the expansion of its use. It was very habitually used as the only piece of armor in the 16th and 17th century. It was also sometimes used as a demonstration of social status. More information...
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Gorget with belt-and-bucke fastening from 17.century
This style will perfectly complete your 1600´s soldier outfit. It will partially protect your throat and chest. It can be done up on the side by a leather-and-buckle fastening.
Specifications of the steel gorget
- Gauge of plate 16 / 1,5mm
- max. neck perimeter 53cm
- made out of carbon steel (not stainelss)
- made by Marshal Historical