Maciej Karolczuk
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Very rare mail standard, German 15th century. this is an example of high quality mail defence worn as a supplement to plate armour.

Very rare mail standard, German 15th century. this is an example of high quality mail defence worn as a supplement to plate armour.

European riveted mail collar, 15th century, Cleveland Museum of Art.

European riveted mail collar, 15th century, Cleveland Museum of Art.

European (German) riveted mail Bishops mantle, 16th c, iron and copper alloy

European (German) riveted mail Bishops mantle, 16th c, iron and copper alloy

European riveted mail standard / mail bevor, Philadelphia Museum of Art. D7.

European riveted mail standard / mail bevor, Philadelphia Museum of Art. D7.

European riveted mail collar / standard, late 15th century, iron or steel and copper alloy, length: 73.7 cm, weight: 0.85 kg, The Wallace Collection (A9). The collar is a virtuoso demonstration of mail-making skill, very small, heavy links so tightly woven that almost no light can pass between them. The gaps between the links are also so narrow that the links themselves cannot rotate, but are held fast by their neighbours.

European riveted mail collar / standard, late 15th century, iron or steel and copper alloy, length: 73.7 cm, weight: 0.85 kg, The Wallace Collection (A9). The collar is a virtuoso demonstration of mail-making skill, very small, heavy links so tightly woven that almost no light can pass between them. The gaps between the links are also so narrow that the links themselves cannot rotate, but are held fast by their neighbours.

European riveted mail gusset / voider, with brass makers mark, 15th to 16th century, Philadelphia Museum of Art, shown over a modern re-creation, I5.

European riveted mail gusset / voider, with brass makers mark, 15th to 16th century, Philadelphia Museum of Art, shown over a modern re-creation, I5.

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Mail sleeves from Mac's St. Florian Project. The fabric and laces are just a first draft to check fit.

Mail sleeves from Mac's St. Florian Project. The fabric and laces are just a first draft to check fit.

Arming-doublet, from the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Arming-doublet, from the Philadelphia Museum of Art.