Thickness 1.5 mm.
Presumably, the bracer was found in the area of the Taman Peninsula. The find bears traces of being on fire – it is covered with scale. The state of the metal for the archaeological find is very good, the loss of shape from corrosion is insignificant.
When connecting the loops and fastening the buckles to the straps, the flaps of the bracer form a cylinder that expands from the wrist to the elbow.
Due to the location of the buckles and belt holes, it can be assumed that it was more convenient to fasten it on the right hand.
The total weight of the bracer after restoration is 468 g. It consists of three iron flaps – one large central one and two small lateral ones, once connected to each other by means of hinged joints. The bracer was closed with two buckles on one side flap and two straps on the other side flap.