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Thursday, August 11, 2005

16th Century Italian Armor

16th Century Italian Armor stands about 6 ft tall on its wooden base, and 7 ft when you add the height of its halberd. It boasts a stud crested breastplate and aged blue finish. 16th Century Italian Armor is life size and is made of no rust aluminum for ease of upkeep. The armor features a fine decorated breastplate, broad guarded pauldrons (shoulders) and antique finish for an aged appearance. Halberd and wooden base included.

Throughout the centuries, Italian armor was highly prized for incredible detailing and superior style. This superb reproduction armor is crafted in the styling tradition of those master craftsmen who created the originals for Kings and knights throughout Europe. See the difference between a suit of armor from Italy and others made elsewhere, there is no comparison in styling. The 16th century Italian Armor is a collection of pieces that could be added or removed depending on whether the armor was used for sporting contests or actual combat.

16th Century Italian Armor

16th Century Italian Armor


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