Category: renaissance

armthearmour:

A look at some 16th century daggers and who would have worn them.

peashooter85:

Bone mounted matchlock arquebus, Germany, dated 1589.

from Hermann Historica

peashooter85:

Close helmet crafted by Pompeo Della Cesa, Milan Italy, circa 1590.

from The Worcester Museum of Art : The Higgins Armory Collection

met-armsarmor:

Foot-Combat Armor of Prince-Elector Christian I of Saxony (reigned 1586–91) by Anton Peffenhauser, Metropolitan Museum of Art: Arms and Armor

Gift of Henry Walters, 1927
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Medium: Steel, gold, leather, copper alloy

http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/23016

lionofchaeronea:

Minerva Sending Away Mars from Peace and Prosperity, Tintoretto, 1576-77

historyarchaeologyartefacts:

Sword made for Maximilian I, 1496[1069×1708]

Source: https://reddit.com/r/ArtefactPorn/comments/aourzd/sword_made_for_maximilian_i_14961069x1708/

historyarchaeologyartefacts:

Gauntlets belonging to Maximilian I of House Habsburg, ca. 1490 [1200×676]

Source: https://reddit.com/r/ArtefactPorn/comments/e7dv5u/gauntlets_belonging_to_maximilian_i_of_house/

klassizismus:

Details: Portrait of a Man in Armour. Painting by the Italians: Giorgione, Francesco Granacci and Agnolo Bronzino.

acrosscenturiesandgenerations:

▪︎Prognosticator.

Culture: French

Date: 1538

Medium: Brass

~ From the source: By means of moving the concentric dials of this brass instrument details of a patient’s illness could reputedly be predicted.

acrosscenturiesandgenerations:

▪︎Partial armour.

Artist/Maker: Lucio Marliani, called Piccinino (1538-1607)

Place of origin: Milan, Italy

Date: ca. 1570-1590

Medium: Very low-carbon steel, gold, silver, copper alloy, leather, gold braid and velvet, embossed, gilt, blackened, and damascened.