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Slava Perepelitsa
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PostPosted: Mon 18 Jan, 2016 12:51 am    Post subject: The ArtArmor Workshop         Reply with quote

Hello Folks!

We would like to introduce armors crafted in our Art Armor Workshop.

We are a team of professional smiths and historical re-enactors. We perfectly understand the needs of our customers. Art Armor Workshop produces high quality armor for historical re-enaction and SCA fighting. All our items are exclusively handcrafted and customized according to individual measurements and requirements of every customer.

Also we have developed the education system that allows our journeymen that study under the control of the smith with more then 12 years of experience produce high quality armor.

The manufacturing facility is located in Kyiv, Ukraine.

For more information you can check out our:

Website: www.artarmor.com.ua

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArtArmor/

YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1mDwhjVzAkRyW7ZeAAy5DA

e-mail us at artarmor@gmail.com. We'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you for considering our company!

The ArtArmor Team





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Slava Perepelitsa
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PostPosted: Wed 20 Jan, 2016 3:50 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Bascinet "Valardi" for sale!
Spring steel, not tempered. For head 55-56cm.
Price 552$usd

artarmor@gmail.com

http://www.artarmor.com.ua/index.php/in-stock...-53-detail



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PostPosted: Sun 24 Jan, 2016 4:57 am    Post subject: The ArtArmor Workshop         Reply with quote


US$552.00? Whoa! This bascinet is quite expensive.

“You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength”

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Slava Perepelitsa
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PostPosted: Wed 03 Feb, 2016 7:20 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Bascinet Griffon is a fighting historical stylization. It was created on the basis of medieval images. Unfortunately, there's almost no real iron examples, that is why the helmet can not be considered as a reconstruction. But it protects quite good, has optimal weight and good vision.
Considering that you have to move your head around during fights we gave up the Great Bascitent developing the optimal helmet. Even though the Great Bascinet completely protects the neck, you can't fight effectively due ti the movement constraint. But if you wear the pelerine with plates under the "Griffon", you will be able to move your head and your neck stays protected.

If you have any questions please write here: artarmor@gmail.com



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Slava Perepelitsa
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PostPosted: Wed 24 Feb, 2016 2:51 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Gauntlet “Mitstone”.
In this gauntlet we have tried to combine the protection of whole fist and maximum movability because of the removable wrist.
When closing a fist, the edges of the segments grip the fingers and wrist, so that when it is hit, the all strength of the hit is evenly transferred on the handle of your weapon. The same is happening with the thumb. It is assembled not with the leather strap, but every segment is attached with the movable rivet. It allows the thumb to make the slightest needed move and prevents it from braking out. Pay attention that the tip of the thumb is covered with steel from all the sides.

Due to the removable wrist it is not needed to make a wide angle of the cuff bending off. It doesn’t lead to the opening of the wrist with some movements.
There’s leather riveted to the cuff, thumb and edge detail of the gauntlet for the padded mitten to be sewn in.


If any questions please write here: artarmor@gmail.com



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PostPosted: Wed 24 Feb, 2016 9:30 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

These Gauntlets are very interesting, did you derive their design from extant examples or iconography ? If you did, can you provide links / references ?

I thought I'd ask the question here (as opposed to email) as others may be interested in information on this type of gauntlet as well.

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Slava Perepelitsa
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PostPosted: Mon 07 Mar, 2016 11:31 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Gary Gibson wrote:
These Gauntlets are very interesting, did you derive their design from extant examples or iconography ? If you did, can you provide links / references ?

I thought I'd ask the question here (as opposed to email) as others may be interested in information on this type of gauntlet as well.


Thank you for the question! These are a historical stylization. They are c combination of the medieval images and artefacts.
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Slava Perepelitsa
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PostPosted: Mon 07 Mar, 2016 11:34 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Gorget "Tristan" is based on the medieval images. It allows you to move freely, protects your neck and collarbones. The areas which usually are not protected with helmet or body armor could be covered with such gorget. It can be sewn to pelerine at the top or at the bottom (if you have a collar on the gambeson).

If any questions please write here: artarmor@gmail.com



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PostPosted: Mon 14 Mar, 2016 11:22 pm    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Special offer! Bascinet "Griffon" with 15% discount!

Till the end of April you can order two Bascinets "Griffon" and get 15% off.

Price without discount:
Bascinet "Griffon"
Mild steel 381 usd
Spring steel 454 usd
Spring steel+tempered 487 usd
Stainless steel 472 usd

Price for TWO bascinets with 15% discount:
Bascinet "Griffon"
Mild steel 648 usd
Spring steel 772 usd
Spring steel+tempered 828 usd
Stainless steel 803 usd


For all the questions please refer here: artarmor@gmail.com

Bascinet Griffon is a fighting historical stylization. He was created on the basis of medieval images. Unfortunately, there's almost no real iron examples, that is why the helmet can not be considered as a reconstruction. But it protects quite good, has optimal weight and good vision.
Considering that you have to move your head around during fights we gave up the Great Bascitent developing the optimal helmet. Even though the Great Bascinet completely protects the neck, you can't fight effectively due ti the movement constraint. But if you wear the pelerine with plates under the "Griffon", you will be able to move your head and your neck stays protected.

http://www.artarmor.com.ua/index.php/bascinets/grifon3-147-detail
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PostPosted: Wed 23 Mar, 2016 5:15 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Hey guys!

Check out our new video on how we work in our armory!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZnsI4SgXlU



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PostPosted: Sun 17 Dec, 2017 10:18 am    Post subject:         Reply with quote

Hello guys!

We have a Brigant from the Leeds museum for sale, 15th cent.


Steel plates are made from titanium ot4.


Fabric coverage: cotton velvet on the top, base – linen/cotton.


Size: chest 120-125 cm, waist 105-110 cm, thighs 110-115 cm, height 180-190 cm.


If you are interested please write at armorysmith@gmail.com



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