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Armor Reproduction Set

Techniques of Medieval Armour Reproduction & Armorer's Workshop, Volumes 1 and 2

by Brian R. Price; foreword by David Edge and Peter Fuller

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One softcover, Four DVD set
526 pages, 375 minutes

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Techniques of Medieval Armour Reproduction is a vital addition to the libraries of serious craftsmen, historians, collectors and researchers. Through more than 1,000 detailed photos and clear instruction, Brian Price presents a working handbook for aspiring and active armourers who want to develop their skills in the production of medieval armour in the style of the 14th century.

The Armorer's Workshop teaches the lost art of armor making from Peter Fuller, one of the few modern masters of the craft. Volume 1 of this DVD covers every step in creating a medieval great helm, including cutting the pieces, shaping, riveting, polishing, and much, much more. Volume 2 builds on the skills imparted in the first volume and takes you step-by-step through the creation of the smaller, more detailed pieces that make up a pair of hourglass gauntlets.

See the descriptions of the individual volumes for more details. This set is not available to wholesalers.
Peter Fuller is a former curator of the historical arms and armor exhibit at the Glenbow Museum in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Through years of painstaking research of authentic period armor, he rediscovered the skills of traditional armorcraft. As owner of Medieval Reproductions, Fuller has more than 21 years of experience handcrafting the highest quality reproduction arms, armor and period accessories for collectors all over the world.
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