Medieval brown leather bracers with Fleur de Lis
Medieval bracers in quality brown leather, hand dyed and with a central Fleur de Lis emblem, a leather accessory for your medieval warrior costume or King's knight.
Medieval brown leather bracers manually riveted by our craftsmen in Yute crea, its shape is curved and a little higher in the central area reaching 15cm. It is decorated by a piece of aged leather in the shape of a rhombus and riveted in antique golden tones to match the Fleur de Lis.
The word lis has French origin and means lily or iris. In heraldry it represents one of the four most popular figures, along with the eagle, the lion and the cross. The white lily flower represents purity and light, with its three united petals it evokes for Christians the representation of the Holy Trinity.
The Fleur de Lis was formerly used on the coats of arms and shields of French royalty, associated in particular with King Louis VII in the 12th century, who used it for the first time on a seal.
This medieval bracers designed by our craftsmanship team in Yute is a must have piece of craftsmanship for your medieval era warrior or serf costume wearing the heraldic emblem of his lord, perfect for your historical reenactment or LARP event.
The leather pieces that make up these handcrafted medieval bracers are hand dyed by our Yute artisans, so there will be differences in the aging treatment on each product. If the exact color of the leather is important for your historical reenactment outfit, please contact us for the current stock shade of the product.
We are specialists in medieval bracers, we know what we sell and we are committed to our customers. If you have any request or question do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to assist you.
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