Churburg Pauldrons S18

This original armours are part of the Churburg armoury and is labelled as exhibit "S18". They have a characteristic besagews integrated to the main shoulder segment. This is an unique thing in comparison to other pauldrons from this period, that survived to these days. Although itis oficcially dated 1st ½ of 15th century, some historians maintain it might have benn used in the period 1370-1410. Pieces which this set is based on supposedly belonged to the count Matsch and originated the Lombard´s workshops.

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Churburg Pauldrons S18, 1400-1450

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  • Made from 1,6mm thick rusting steel plate. The actual gauge of plate may vary due to the handcrafted way of production.

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