Churburg Armour 15th C Pauldrons - 16G
Churburg Armour - 15th Century Shoulder Armour (Pauldrons) - 16 gauge
The original armour is part of what is known as "S18" in the Churburg armoury. It has characteristic besagews (a type of rondel) attached to the shoulders which is something quite unique compared with other surviving pieces. Although originally dated to the first part of the 15th century, some specialists maintain it may be dated from 1370-1410. The original piece that this set is based on supposedly belonged to Count Matsch and is known to be a Lombard work.
Manufactured from 16 gauge steel making them perfect for re-enactment.
Steel thickness may vary due to the handcrafted methods used in its manufacturing.