Norman shield - X. - XII. century. Materials: plywood, linen, rawhide. Constructed for re-enactment combat. Height: 125 cm Width: 53 cm Drawing from Wendelin Boeheim, Handbuch der Waffenkunde (1890), p. 172, after a miniature from the Second Bible of St Martial Abbey (early 12th century).
Buckler for re-enactment purposes. Material: beechwood plywood 12 mm thick, textile, iron. Shield boss 2.5 mm thick, 30cm in diameter. Handle: wood/metal.
Copy of a shield (pavise) from South Germany (late XV. Century). Shield is made of wood and linen. Painting represents the coat of arms of the City of Schongau. Handmade in the Czech Republic. Custom made paintings are ACCEPTABLE. Size approx. 41 x 60 cm.
Hand made BUCKLER FOR COMBAT, inspired by medieval illuminated manuscript (see photo http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buckler). Material: plywood and steel. 28 cm in diameter, thickness of 1.3 mm. The handle of the buckler includes hook for hanging on the belt. Manufactured in the Czech Republic.…
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