Сhalkis Brigandine Type 1

  • $570.00

Weight 7.00 kg


Region Europe
Age XIV-XV th century

Brigantine was often covered with velvet and was attached to a decorative rivets form. In XIII-XIV centuries, the brigantine was a typical knight’s armour.


The principal features of Сhalkis Brigandine Type 1 are:


  • the clasp on buckles and leather belts in the front;

  • metal plates are typical for thе position where they are situated.

  • the clasp in the front allows to put on the armor without someone's help.


If you  want Сhalkis Brigandine Type 1  with sophisticated  design, high- quality materials and expert craftsmanship, you can order it on this website.

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Brigantine was often covered with velvet and was attached to a decorative rivets form. In XIII-XIV centuries, the brigantine was a typical knight’s armour.


The principal features of Сhalkis Brigandine Type 1 are:


  • the clasp on buckles and leather belts in the front;

  • metal plates are typical for thе position where they are situated.

  • the clasp in the front allows to put on the armor without someone's help.


If you  want Сhalkis Brigandine Type 1  with sophisticated  design, high- quality materials and expert craftsmanship, you can order it on this website.

Сhalkis Brigandine Type 1

Chalkis is the name of a Greek island, which was a Venetian colony from 1209 to 1470, until the Turks conquered it. A well-preserved large-plate brigandine was found in a local castle, which got the name "Chalkis type brigandine." Its main design features are: 1).buckles and leather straps fastener in the front; 2). 6 large metal plates arranged in a peculiar way. Chalkis type brigandine is very often chosen by guys making sets to reenact Europe of the 14-15th centuries. Sources of the 15th contain very beautiful images of Chalkis type brigandines, such as this one, from the miniature "Archangel Michael kills the snake."

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