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Pauldrons “The King's Guard”

Lombardy medieval spaulder, late 14th c.

$349

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Pauldrons “The King's Guard”

Lombardy medieval spaulders, late 14th c.

This perfect and exclusive combat armour is made of stainless steel and decorated with etching, brass bordering, brass rivets and handmade casting clasps. Classic pauldrons extending upper arm cover with three segment lamels.

To check how to measure yourself please click here.

Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

Important: To fit correctly and prevent injury, a suit of armour must be accurately built to the measurements of the person wearing it. PLEASE take all measurements over either the gambeson or under-padding you are planning to wear with this armour. The sole exception is for persons buying armour and padding together, ArmStreet will then make the proper size adjustments for the armour based on the measurements provided for the padding. For size measurements for sabatons, please send the actual measurements of the footwear you plan to wear under them.

Take into account that final decision and responsibility on armor usage for any type of sport activity should be made by accredited person. We admonish that all acts with armour, weapons or their components have to be performed before designated person who is accredited to supervise outfit’s conformance to standard of the particular event and is responsible for safety.

Pauldrons features:

  • Basically comes in 16 ga (1.5 mm) stainless steel
  • Solid one-piece rivets
  • Handmade casting clasps
  • Deep and reliable etching (see etched armour test)

Inscriptions on the pauldrons:

  • Upper plate: (Psalm 56:12) In Deo speravi, non timebo: quod faciet mihi homo (In God have I put my trust: I will not be afraid what man can do unto me)
  • All other plates: (Psalm 91:2) Refugi­um meumet fortitudo mea, Deus meus, sperabo in eum (He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust)

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11 comments

  • Ben Scullion 18 of January 2016:

    Is it possible to get a custom inscription on them?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Yes, custom etching is possible, please send the inscription to contact@armstreet.com and specify on which plate/plates it should be placed. Price depends on the length of the inscription. Then we'll be able to estimate the price and processing time.

  • Tom Daigon 05 of September 2015:

    Can these be bought without inscriptions?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Yes, the armor can be made without the inscriptions, simply add a comment to your order.

  • Will 14 of June 2015:

    Would it be possible to get a quote for these without the lames? Just the top spaulders?

    ArmStreet team answered 15 of June 2015:

    Just the top spaulders will cost $85 less. To order them separately, please email us at contact@armstreet.com.

  • Erik Stredney 31 of May 2015:

    Western Knight's Pauldrons "The King's Gaurd". How much would they be without the etching on the brass. Etching only on the stainless steel?

    ArmStreet team answered 31 of May 2015:

    About 5% off, please email us at contact@armstreet.com to get the discount.

  • David 26 of January 2015:

    Would the manufacture even consider making a custom order collared gorget in this style ?

    ArmStreet team answered 26 of January 2015:

    There are difficulties in development of a convenient gorget for 9-segments breastplate. We are open to your suggestions, please send photos/sketches to contact@armstreet.com.

  • Gwen Lang 13 of December 2014:

    Two questions, one, do these pauldrons require something to connect to, or can they be worn standalone? Two, this armor only asks for the chest measurement, for women, is this the underbust, or the bust (chest)?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    The pauldrons should be attached to the shoulders on your padding/clothing with the laces sewn to the garment, as here. You can sew on a pair of laces on each shoulder of your clothes (to make the "arming points").

    Chest - chest circumference measured along bust at widest point through the nipples.

    When ordering armor for women, please mention this in the comments to your order (some details need to be slightly modified for better fitting).

  • David Baca 09 of November 2014:

    If this also had a matching Gorget I would order it in a heart beat

  • David Garbowski 27 of April 2014:

    You don't happen to have a Spanish Collar style of gorget to go with these pauldrons in the works by any chance?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    There is no such gorget, all gorgets which are available for order are listed here.

  • Matt Sandoval 19 of January 2001:

    WOW! Its the most beautiful armor i ever seen! So more details and great view!

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Thank you, Matt!

  • Kurt Erickson 19 of January 2001:

    I think it is worthy of the King! I think in this armor i'll be like real knight!

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