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H7652-4 Miniature spur and ankle armour for left foot, part of miniature knight and horse, brass / steel, Paul Hardy, England, c 1890. Click to enlarge.

Miniature spur and ankle armour for left foot, part of miniature knight and horse, brass / steel, Paul Hardy, England, c 1890

Made
Miniature steel foot armour (sabaton), in 6 pieces joined by brass rivets, brass hinge attaches to steel ankle cover. Rod with star shaped spur fixed to ankle cover by steel rivet. Fits over the wooden foot of the knight.

Summary

Object No.

H7652-4

Object Statement

Miniature spur and ankle armour for left foot, part of miniature knight and horse, brass / steel, Paul Hardy, England, c 1890

Physical Description

Miniature steel foot armour (sabaton), in 6 pieces joined by brass rivets, brass hinge attaches to steel ankle cover. Rod with star shaped spur fixed to ankle cover by steel rivet. Fits over the wooden foot of the knight.

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Miniature spur and ankle armour for left foot, part of miniature knight and horse, brass / steel, Paul Hardy, England, c 1890 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 24 November 2020, <https://ma.as/248942>

Wikipedia

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