Armour

A set of steel armour, made by Master Eldred Tremayne, an armouring Laurel from Atlantia. Used in a number of Crown Tourneys.

Brian R. Price, in Techniques of Medieval Armour Reproduction: The 14th Century (ISBN 1-58160-098-4) writes of the maker:

Known to reenactors as Eldrid Tremayne, [Tom] Justus produces armour for a variety of clients, both in romance groups and for historical reenactors. Increasingly interested in working with spring steels and using hardening techniques, Mr. Justus is one of the most gifted armourers who continues to work full-time.

Arms with hinged vambraces, lacing grommets at top of rerebraces. Legs laced to a kidney belt. Globose breastplate. Lamellar back covered in black leather, laced to blue linen gambeson. Shoulders also laced to the gambeson.

Price €750.00

Arms

Arms

Legs

Legs

Breastplate

Breastplate

Inside of the breastplate

Inside of the breastplate

Back

Back

Shoulders

Shoulders

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