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Category: Male clothing > medieval headwear



Torse for helmet (orle)


Torse for helmet (orle)

Century: XV
Torse for helmet (orle). Medieval Market, Torse for helmet (orle) 1 - medieval

Torse for helmet (orle) - Medieval Market, Torse for helmet (orle) 2
Torse for helmet (orle) - Medieval Market, Torse for helmet (orle) 3 - medieval
Torse for helmet (orle) - Medieval Market, Torse for helmet (orle) 4


CODE Material Standard Price
ANoS1329see descriptionMixed 35.00 EUR

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Circle-shaped torse (or orle) for helmet is made of wool in at least two colors. Additionally, as a part of decoration, it has two wool tongues attached to its back, in two chosen colors. It can be matched to worn helmet.



Remember to provide us your helmet girth, when placing your order. Thanks to this, we will be able to process your order faster!



Where we get the idea for a helmet torse?

Torse for helmet was a decoration worn by knights on helmets, inter alia during medieval tournaments. It played a decorative role, and its color referred to knight's coat of arms. It was decorated with hanging tongues in the back. Examples of torse can be found in the Grand Armorial équestre de la Toison d'Or from 1430-1461 or at Sir Thomas Holme's Book of Arms from the turn of of 1445-1450.

Symbol used in heraldry, also called as wreath. It played the role of heraldic crown, it joins a jewel with a helmet.





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