The shield as standard is constructed from 12mm plywood and tapered to 6mm at the edge. Linen canvas inside and out with gesso and then a lime white paint.
The shield is edged in bronze strips which are held in place with rivets and edge clips. The front is finished in bronze lozenges and the hand raised boss is held in place with bronze rivets. 80cm diameter.
Shield can be made with poplar planks for £100 extra.
This Viking or Saxon shield is constructed from 12mm plywood and tapered to 6mm at the edge. Linen canvas inside and out with gesso and then a lime white paint....
This shield is constructed from a laminated former with end grain wood tiles bonded in place and covered both sides with linen canvas, gesso and lime white paint. The particular...
This medieval shield, used for the defence of crossbow men, can be constructed from 12mm ply or poplar planks and has no edging. Central valley contains and ash strut to allow...