Knight shield Marburg

This Knight shieldis made after archeological finds at Marburg. It represents a typical example of a medieval spherical shield. It is made of glued, 13mm thick veneer. To increase the resistance of the shield, its front part and edges are coated with raw pigskin. Moreover, the upper edge is stitched through.

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Knight shield Marburg

The Knight shield Marburg is stable enough to be used in show fights and battle reconstructions. Its authentic look also allows the use as a contemporary decoration. The shield fits in the period from late 13 Century to late 14th Century.

Specifications of the Knight shield Marburg

  • 64cm width
  • 78cm height
  • Thickness of the glued veneer 13mm
  • Weight approx 4.2 kg

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17.3.2014 17:05

Stanislav Přikryl


Cena trochu vyšší, ale štít vypadá dobově a zdá se že i něco vydrží.

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