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This stunning leather body armour, including full shoulders (The Shield Maiden body armour) has been hand made out of a variety of layers of hand dyed & embossed veg tanned top grade leather and is available in a variety of…Read more ›

This stunning leather body armour, including full shoulders (The Shield Maiden body armour) has been hand made out of a variety of layers of hand dyed & embossed veg tanned top grade leather and is available in a variety of…Read more ›

This stunning leather body armour, including full shoulders (The Vendel body armour) has been hand made out of a variety of layers of 3.5mm veg. tanned leather was designed and made by the armourer Alex Agricola of Black Raven Armoury. Ideal for LARP…Read more ›

This stunning leather body armour, including full shoulders (The Vendel body armour) has been hand made out of a variety of layers of 3.5mm veg. tanned leather was designed and made by the armourer Alex Agricola of Black Raven Armoury. Ideal for LARP…Read more ›

metal feather necklace. Could be redone from plastic bottle pieces sprayed silver ( Or black if doing a crow or dark angel costume

metal feather necklace. Could be redone from plastic bottle pieces sprayed silver ( Or black if doing a crow or dark angel costume

Dress Sculpture made from metal, leather, silk, thermoplastic & hair - sculptural form resembling armour // Ana Rajcevic #art

Dress Sculpture made from metal, leather, silk, thermoplastic & hair - sculptural form resembling armour // Ana Rajcevic #art

The ‘EOB’ armour was designed by the Munitions Inventions Board, worn with a protective collar, made of layers of compressed silk padded within canvas. Weighing in at 9 ½ pounds, the system would stop pistol rounds, shrapnel and grenades.”    - Imperial War Museum

The ‘EOB’ armour was designed by the Munitions Inventions Board, worn with a protective collar, made of layers of compressed silk padded within canvas. Weighing in at 9 ½ pounds, the system would stop pistol rounds, shrapnel and grenades.” - Imperial War Museum

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