Sling and Shot
Hand stitched leather slingshot with 2 long leather straps, one for holding one for releasing.
Used from the Persian Empire all the way to the Medieval period.
These slings held a large lead shot that was swung towards the enemy. 12cms x 4.5 cms
These plain leather guards were mainly used by archers to stop the friction burn from the bowstring.
These are made with hand tooled edges and fastened with a leather thong.
These come in two sizes. Small fits arms up to 25cm circumference Large fits arms up to 34cm
However if you do need a custom size we are happy to oblige but you will need to contact us prior to your order.
A round wooden shield with a diameter of 29ins and a 8ins boss.
Paint styles may vary but can be customised if you have any special requirements.
Round wooden buckler with a diameter of 15inchs and a 6inch boss with a leather edging.
Hand stitched from veg tanned leather.
This is of saxon design from the 6 th-9 th century this has loops to hand it from your belt.
Approx 24ins long.
Handstitched from veg tanned leather.
Around 9 th-11 th century.
This has a strap for carrying over the shoulder.
It is approx 23ins long.
Segmented arm guard lined with leather.
As worn by Roman legionary and auxiliary soldiers in the 1st & 2nd century, based on findings made at Carlisle.
Made to measure for the length of your arm.
Segmented Roman plate armour from the 1st -2nd century based on findings from Corbridge Roman Fort, with all handmade brass fittings and straps.
Larger sizes can be made to measure from your own measurements.