Miniature replica of the original battle armor made especially for King Charles I of Spain and Emperor Charles V of the Holy Roman Empire, by the famous Italian armor producer, Filippo Negroli, in 1539. Composed of steel, gold and silver, it is the largest and best preserved Italian armor dating from the first half of the 16th century. The engraved lion heads on the helmet and other main plates, the heavy buffe and the reinforcing breastplates reveal that this armor was intended for use on the battlefield.
Made with special resins and gilded by hand, manufactured in 2002 by Veronese for its collection of historical gentlemen. We attach a card (with texts in English) from the manufacturer.
10.3 x 8 cm base format. Maximum width 11.5 cm. Height 32 cm. Weight 958 grams.
Beautiful historical sculpture, very decorative and in perfect condition.
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