Mikael Tammela

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Belltrees Forge wrought iron contemporary Scottish candlestick Barley Twist in stock for next day dispatch

Contemporary hand forged wrought iron candlesticks wrought iron candle holders contemporary wrought iron table lamps and wrought iron log holders in stock for next day dispatch at Windows The Scottish Highland Giftshop in Aberfeldy.

Field Armor of Duke Julius of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel  Made in northern Germany, Germany, Europe c. 1560  Artist/maker unknown, German. Made for Duke Julius of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, ruled 1568 - 1589.  Engraved and partially blackened, silvered, and gilded steel; leather   * Gallery 247, Arms and Armor, second floor (Kretzschmar von Kienbusch Galleries)  1977-167-23  Bequest of Carl Otto Kretzschmar von Kienbusch, 1977

Field Armor of Duke Julius of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel Date: circa 1560 Artist: Unknown Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art Note: The gilded monogram on the torso of this armor, along with the other.

Tournament Helm (Stechhelm) ca. 1500 German, probably Nuremberg Steel, copper alloy The Stechhelm formed part of a highly specialized tournament armor worn solely for the Gestech, or German joust, fought with blunted lances. The object was to break lances or to unhorse the opponent. This helmet was probably part of a series kept in the Nuremberg arsenal for civic tournaments.

1500 German, probably Nuremberg Steel, copper alloy The Stechhelm formed part of a highly specialized tournament armor worn solely for the Gestech, or German joust, fought with blunted lances. The object was to break lances