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"300" Brass Spartan Vambraces
The perfect arm defense for a Spartan warrior; a set of full metal vambraces. This set of steel vambraces is plated in antiqued brass with leather strapping to secure them to your arms.

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Mail Armor Shirt, Hero's Mail
The smaller and finer worked the rings are, the more protection offered. We are proud to offer the peak of the armorer's art and patience as it pertains to mail. The butted, 17 gauge steel rings are only 3/16" round, providing unsurpassed protection. Incredibly dense, the rings provide the ultimate defense against whatever comes your way. As a result of the number of links needed, this shirt is not lightweight. Length is approximately 31" with a 55" chest. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. We recommend keeping this mail oiled at all times. Express delivery not available on mail. $6.00 additional shipping & handling charge with shirt.
  • Wt: 31-1/2 lbs

Combobulator Steampunk Weapon
This amazing Steampunk weapon is made of high-quality resin, painted to look like antiqued period metal and finely detailed with gauges, monitors and dual test tubes. An affordable way to accessorize your ensembles.  Comes with a Victorian-style stand for display as well. Handle has a molded "ito" samurai sword wrap and a lanyard with 2 small reaper skulls.
  • Overall (w/o stand): 10-3/4" x 3-1/4" x 1-1/2"

German Gothic Salade w/ Bevor
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Suitable for foot or mounted combat, this two-tiered helmet was prized by both knights and men-at-arms. The Salade, or English Sallet, possibly originated in France or Burgundy. It was constructed with a tail to protect the back of the head and neck. This version sits flush on a bevor, which protects the chin and throat. The original is believed to be English and dates from about 1480. Our replica features the moveable visor and a bevor with falling buff like the original. Forged of 18 gauge steel, both the salade and bevor are fully lined and wearable. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
Mail Armor Coif, Plated Brass
From the Celts of 300 BC to 18th century Asia, mail was one of the most prized items a warrior could own. The Foe of Swords probably derived the name mail from the Latin Macula meaning net. This coif features steel rings plated with brass for long lasting good looks. Faithfully copied from examples in museums and private collections, it can be worn with or without a helmet. Outer link diameter of each link is about 7/16”, inner link diameter about 3/8”. We recommend keeping this mail oiled at all times. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Matching shirt available. Express delivery not available on mail.
  • Wt: 5 lbs/8oz