Western Europe, XIII-XIV centuries.
This type of shield was also used in Eastern Europe, including Russia (Second half of XIV – early XV century).
The dimensions of the shield comply with the rules of tournaments in historical fencing.
Width: 62 cm.
Length: 75 cm.
The shield field is curved.
Thickness: 8 mm (two layers of 4 mm each glued together).
The shield welt is covered with leather.
The surface of the shield is covered with tarpaulin on glue.
Colored. From the inside, there’s an imitation of boards and staining.
Shoulder leather belt. Felt cushion.
The price is given on a shield with a single color.
Simple drawing (cross, quartered painting) + 10 euro
100% Battle Ready.