Henry VIII's suit of armour, c.1544, Italian made. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - ARMOR, MAXIMILIAN
Armour that is said to belong to one of young sons of Zygmunt III Waza - most likely to Wladysław IV future king of Poland. Incrusted with gold and silver.
Armour, Place of creation: Germany Date: Circa 1590 School: Augsburg Material: steel and copper Technique: forged and chased.
This insbruck armour in the Odescalchi collection was made in 1550-1560. It represents another sub style yet. A banded armour with flamboyant enhancements to the band pattern.
A Nuremberg combat close-helmet, Germany, 1600.
Field armour of William Somerset, 3rd Earl of Worcester. English, Greenwich, about 1550.
Armor of Constable Anne de Montmorency (1493-1567). made in 1550. Height: 1.72m, Length: 0.78m...Detail
"A unique armour in the English style, circa 1440" or "Smitty's full-plate"
The Art of Power -Desiderius Helmschmid, German, documented 1513–1579, Jörg Sigman, German, 1527–1601, Parade Armor of Philip II, Augsburg, 1549–1550 and 1552, gilt and damascened steel; brass and leather, Patrimonio Nacional, Real Armería, Madrid