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Armadura de Luis I como príncipe de Asturias - España - Siglo XVIII

Possibly the last royal armor made in Europe, this is believed to have been presented to the five-year-old Infante Luis prince of Asturias, by his great-grandfather Louis XIV of France reigned from

Armor of Infante Luis, Prince of Asturias

frenchhistory: “ “ Armor of Infante Luis, Prince of Asturias, 1712 Made by Drouar (possibly André Drouart) France (Paris) Blued and gilt steel; paper ” This royal armor, possibly the last made in.

The red-armored horseback archer by Zoltán Koszta, via Behance

The red-armored horseback archer by Zoltán Koszta, via Behance to Archery when on horseback.

Evolution of plate armor

Educational charts of arms and armor / prepared by Bashford Dean, ill. Rowland and Hashime Murayama :: Metropolitan Museum of Art Publications

This is some sexy armor..

Medieval Armor Kit in Western style The King's Guard stainless steel and leather, lettering along plate seams.

Close Helmet with Falling Buffe

Close Helmet with Falling Buffe Armorer: Attributed to Pompeo della Cesa (Italian, Milan, ca.

- Casco Tibetano . Siglo XlX

Tibetan helmet, possibly c. the distinctive helmets were made to match the armors and are likewise associated only with Tibet or the Tibetan cultural region. Like the armors, this type of helmet is constructed of iron plates joined by leather laces.

Parade armour

Only surviving complete Roman-style Armor in the world. Gift to Philip II of Spain, On display at the National Gallery of Art.

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Shoulder Armor - Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - amazing detail. I wonder if a very detailed rubber stamp or embossing and some good faux finishing could achieve this effect?