The Mark Ermenc
Mark is wearing armour he made himself right here
in the STAG shops.
The well constructed shoulders don't really fit this massive man, but the rest of it is just fine!
The articulated elbows are neatly tied into the rere brace up top
and into the vambraces below.
This is what WE call "ordinance" armour, that is to say, very plain, well
made, well constructed, nothing fancy.
In later periods, the entire articulated arm harness was
properly called a vambrace
Yet, in armours which are not articulated, but have the coulters laced on to a jacket the forearm is
protected by a vambrace, the upper arm is protected by a rerebrace!
This provides a never ending source of confusion, needless to say!
For the purposes of communication, therefore, I refer to the
fully articulated arm harness AS a fully articulated arm harness,
and let the period police worry about how many vambraces can dance on the head of a pin
This is the arm harness which is found in the
#2suit, upgraded version.
(Sometimes people only want just the one arm, so they are priced by the each)
click here to see larger version of above
Articulated Elbow Cop
This Elbow cop is one size fits all, and goes perfectly with the vambrace and rerebraces on the previous page.
as used on the armour shown in 14b1
This shows the south tower articulated arms in action.
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