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Metal detecting find from Holland. Dated anywhere from 11th to 16th century but most likely 13th/14the century. Obviously high carat gold and the stone looks like emerald but could be glass.

Metal detecting find from Holland. Dated anywhere from 11th to 16th century but most likely 13th/14the century. Obviously high carat gold and the stone looks like emerald but could be glass.

Shield / set composed of Morion and shield  Southern Germany. Probably Augsburg. Second Half of the 16th Century.

Schild / Garnitur bestehend aus Morion und Schild Süddeutschland. Vermutlich Augsburg. Hälfte Jahrhundert.

Wikinger mittelgroßer Schutzschild aus Leder und Messing

Lederbezogener Kampfschild wurde als Teil unserer Wikinger-Kollektion entworfen. Es ist mittelgroß, mit geätzten Akzenten auf Messing verziert. Superaussehende Kampfausrüstung für einen echten Wikinger!. Vorhanden in: schwarzes leder, dunkelbraunes leder

Ottoman berdiche, 1782–1783, steel, wood, silver, L. 55 3/4 in. (141.6 cm, Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Ottoman berdiche, 1782–1783, steel, wood, silver, L. 55 3/4 in. (141.6 cm, Met Museum, Bequest of George C. Stone, 1935.

Ottoman kalkan (shield), C.1600, plain covered cane with studs of stylised floral form and mounted with a central gilt steel boss decorated in relief with a spiralling design embellished with cartouches of abstract floral motifs, the border with a band of cursive calligraphy, 55.8cm. diameter. This form of shield was of a type characteristically used by the Ottoman light cavalry and provided the defense for those wielding a sabre or bow and arrows, possible rattan palm, willow or dogwood…

Ottoman kalkan (shield), C.1600, plain covered cane with studs of stylised floral form and mounted with a central gilt steel boss decorated in relief with a spiralling design embellished with cartouches of abstract floral motifs, the border with a band of cursive calligraphy, 55.8cm. diameter. This form of shield was of a type characteristically used by the Ottoman light cavalry and provided the defense for those wielding a sabre or bow and arrows, possible rattan palm, willow or dogwood…

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