Steel Mastery tosses dice and it shows, that time of summer vacation has finlally come!
From 29.07 throught 14.08 our manager will be out of office without access to mail box. So please don't worry, if you will not receive answer for your request during this term. On return, we will reply to everybody.
All orders are keep doing, all shipment will be sent out after the 14th of August.
Meanwhile, we invite you to visit our stand at Visby medieval markent on Gotland on the 7-14 of August!
Let's get back to the blamestorming session of the medieval armour and costumes in series!
Last week we showed you Henry's VIII armour and its silly representation in series. And today let's talk about women's garbs. What were Tudors ladies wearing? And what do we see from the screen?...
Good Friday, folk!
We continue our review of bascinets! Today is a good day to talks about domes of bascinets: types, evolution, typical features.
So, we invite you to read new article: "Bascinets' domes: special features and peculiarities"!
And if you somehow missed two previous parts, here they are!
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Here is a new article for your attention! With this article we start a cyclus of sericomic artciles about medieval armour and weapon:-)
We've already told you about costumes of the XV century Burgundia, but did not pay a lot of attention to hed-dresses. But it's worth to remember, that headwears are significant part of any medieval costume!
Well, today is time to talk about hennins, atours, beguins... What do these words means? You'll know it in new article "Men's and women's headwears in Burgundia, XV century".
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Burgundian dress - long and beautiful garb for pretty ladies!
Italian barbute - the real classics of medieval head protection!
Coat of arms (tabard) - your brothers in arms will easily recognize you at the battlefield!
Do you know a lot about types of bascinets' visor? We'd like to tell you more in our new article!
there is so much information about the Middle Ages to tell about! And today we'd like to share with your new article about Italian Renaissance costume of the XV century!
We hope, you'll like it and know more about specific features, which make Italian outfit absolutely unique!
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