Tomáš Trsek
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Detail from equestrian armour, Possibly, Ulrich Rämbs, Armourer

paxtonfearless: “ Detail from equestrian armour Possibly, Ulrich Rämbs, Armourer © Wallace Collection, London ”

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Gauntlet Unknown Artist / Maker Germany c.

The low edge of the skirt sports such dagges. Most of this decoration has been cut off. Strips of woven fake fur were stitched to the dagges.

1420 – 1460 padded jack from Lübeck, Germany. The low edge of the skirt sports such dagges. Strips of woven fake fur were stitched to the dagges.

Note the remnants of stitching along the edge of the painted area that probably served to fasten dagges.

Note the remnants of stitching along the edge of the painted area that probably served to fasten dagges. [one of the extant quilted/stuffed pieces]

nuremberg 1450.  Lovely back-plate

Another possible Lubeck style padded armour but with the addition of a back plate.

The shoulders are not padded as they would have been protected by armour. The rough finish of the armhole hems and the missing colour supports the theory of a missing decoration as seen in period art.

1420 – 1460 padded jack from Lübeck, Germany. The shoulders are not padded as they would have been protected by armour. The rough finish of the armhole hems and the missing colour supports the theory of a missing decoration as seen in period art.

Note the remnants of stitching along the edge of the painted area that probably served to fasten dagges.

Note the remnants of stitching along the edge of the painted area that probably served to fasten dagges. [one of the extant quilted/stuffed pieces]