Bakhterets. Moscow Armoury workshops (?) Late 16th- early 17th centuries
The Turk. Armour of the Ottoman Empire. 16th to 17th century krug (chest armor), these were worn over a chainmail shirt (zirah). Les Invalides Museum of Arms and Armor, Paris France.
A rare Italian painted helmet, celata di ferro, and matching breast-plate, petto di corsaletto di ferro, for the Gioco del Ponte, Pisa, 17th century with characteristic 18th century alterations. The helmet with two-piece skull formed with a low flattened comb, the latter reinforced by a group of four transverse rivets spaced over much of its length, fitted with iron plume-holder, a single neck lame on a separate flanged base-plate.