Product Name:Churberg Armour
- Wearable Suit of Plate Armor
- Quality Steel and Other Materials
- Adorned with Decorative Brass Edging Designs
- Polished Metal Finish
- Both Plated Steel and Mail Armour
- Does Not Include a Sword
This suit of armor is just a few pieces shy of being full plate armor, possessing a breastplate, greaves, and vembraces of steel plate, all adorned with elegant brass edging. Knees, elbows, and feet are also protected with steel plate, while the upper waist and upper torso are adorned with a mail skirt and mail collar, respectively, to help enhance the armor's defensive strength. The armor includes a helmet, which has matching decorations of brass edging, while also featuring separate eye slits as well as cut-outs for easy breathing and ventilation. Please note that this is only a suit of armor and that it does not include a sword.
13th through 15th century
Full plate armour developed in Europe during the Late Middle Ages, especially in the context of the Hundred Years' War, from the coat of plates worn over mail suits during the 13th century.