Finely crafted, each comprising 15 separate pieces, plus the finger plates. Best 16th century form with rolled edges to the major plates, seven plate pauldrons and upper cannons with turning knuckles, Rusted in antiquity with surface textured and some rust remaining. From an armor of about 36” height. Such armors were originally made as samples from which clients could select style and features. Later, in the Victorian period, they were produced for decoration in the Baronial style which revived the architecture of the Renaissance. Today, full originals are more valuable and their full size counterparts and any elements are quite rare. Pair.