5 thoughts on “The Horse in Armour

    1. Helene Benkert Post author

      Thank you for the addition, Emma. There will be a more detailed post on the different parts of armour a bit further into the project.

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  1. Keren Gilfoyle-McGroarty

    We have a replica chamfron, cast directly from one in the Tower Armouries by Brian McKnight (RSC armourer), and that has a definitely offensive spike on it, which is unlikely to have been simply an attachment for anything, as it is approx 112-150mm in length, and is fluted and pointed.

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    1. Helene Benkert Post author

      There could have been different types/styles of chafrons around, some with the “offensive spike” as you call it already attached and some where you could change the device.

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