Medieval items are beautiful, but we also love modern convenience. We've made many items that aren't strictly historical but are still inspired by the spirit of medieval design, created to make your life easier! Here are our favorites.
News with tag “Making-off”
When buying a helmet, many people expect it to be as thick as the steel plate it is made of. But it will not be. We have done a test and made a short video to demonstrate a process of making a helmet, which was then cut to pieces. The separate pieces were then measured and we are happy to share the results of our study with you.
For many years this fantastic material has been overlooked. Commonly used for bags and curtains, sackcloth has been thought to be something unremarkable, average, and simply a utility fabric. Luckily, our talented designers saw a diamond in the rough and refined this fantastic fabric into a valuable material that produces stunning dresses. Learn more about this discovery here.
Vikings! Hearing this word, many people imagine some kind of uneducated barbarians who only know about eating, drinking, fighting and looting everything they can. But real Vikings actually had a rich culture and made some amazing works of art. Today we shall take a look at the history of their ornaments.
As we, at ArmStreet, are making a lot of our garments from linen, it is probably the time to explain why it is always our first choice for a lot of purposes – and why we are actually love it so much.
We are happy to introduce our first item from the new classic medieval camping tents line. 100% natural canvas (50/50 linen and cotton) waterproof classic A-frame viking tent
Article shows visual difference between etched mild and stainless steel
New project almost finished - exclusive khatangu-degel armor photos and brief history of this armor