These 15th Century Medieval gauntlets are fully articulated and a copy of the originals on display at the National Germanic Museum, Nuremberg
This pair of late Medieval gauntlets are crafted from 18 gauge steel plates with swivel-rivet construction to allow for the good articulation of the gauntlets. A suede leather glove is stitched and integrated into the gauntlet to accommodate the hand. A wrist strap with an adjustable, antiqued steel buckle fit the gauntlet to the hand, plus it's supported at the palm and forearm with a thick leather straps.
Each gauntlet has 153 rivets and 46 independent and articulated parts, offering exceptional mobility. Each finger has a 8 point articulation axis.