Chainmaille Armor, the tradition

Linda Putting the finishing touches on Amy's Fiancee.

.The young couple looking Good!

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The widest held image of ChainMaille is that of the medieval Knight. At the battle of Hastings in 1066 both the English and the French armies were protected by ChainMaille head to foot.

We of course still serve the modern knights, Whether they be solders of fortune or Harley Knights on Iron Horses, or a modern Joan de Arch. We do most of our work in bronze and antimony plated bronze but can duplicate any of our designs in stainless steel. Stainless steel is expensive even by my standards but some Special Forces, Prison guards, and Survivalists find it worthy.

My major (over a 1000 rings) are all prices at $.12 per ring. Traditionally ChainMaille for men has be designed for battle simulations requiring full coverage and a lot of rings. I have sold vests priced from $400 to as much as $2000 for a Stainless Steel vest designed to give true knife protection while being worn discretely under a shirt or coat.

Follow the links below to expandable thumb nails of some of my previous work. For those of you who want my work but are unable to come to Austin or any of our Renaissance Festivals (see Itinerary) us the pictures to open a dialogue with me. I may have what you want in inventory or I will make it for you.

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