1 Pair of Late Medieval Bracers of the 15th Century
These fascinating bracers are based on a 15th century find (ca. 1465). They were worn to protect the lower and upper arms, as well as the elbow. They are perfect for depicting a proud knight of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance.
They are made of 1.5 mm thick steel and are blackened on the inside to protect them from corrosion as far as possible.
Consisting of a single-slide upper arm tube, a pointed elbow tile and a single-slide lower arm tube, which can be opened with hinges. These are connected internally by rivets and sturdy leather straps, providing the necessary mobility.
For attachment to shoulder armour or a gambeson, two holes have been made in the upper arm protection of the bracers. The holes make it easy to attach the bracers.
-Arm splints of the 15th century (ca. 1465)
-Made of 1.5 mm thick steel
-blackened on the inside to prevent corrosion
-Arm splint consisting of elbow tile, upper arm tube and forearm tube, which can be opened
-The arm splint is movable
-There are two holes on the upper edge of the upper arm tube for attachment to shoulder armour or a gambeson.
-One order corresponds to 1 pair of bracers (2 pieces)
- Total length: approx. 41 cm
- Inner diameter at the upper arm: approx. 14 cm
- Inner diameter at the wrist: approx. 10 cm
- Length at the elbow: approx. 11 cm
- Leather strap: approx. 3 mm thick, 12 cm long, 3 cm wide
- Weight (pair): approx. 3.6 kg
Scope of delivery: 1 pair of bracers