This pair of shoulders with pauldrons is based on an original from the armoury at Churburg Castle
They are unique in that they have the characteristic besagew attached to the shoulder. This piece has been dated from the first part of 15th century although some scholars maintain it may date earlier.
The piece on which this set is based belonged to Count Matsch and is known to be a Lombard work.
Arming points are situated at the top of each shoulder and a leather strap with brass buckle is used to secure the armour around the bicep.
Size: 430mm long x 340mm at shoulder height
Weight: 3.5kg (pair)
These shoulders are currently polished steel.
Combat Rating: 9 out of 10