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Armor Garniture of George Clifford (1558–1605), Third Earl of Cumberland
Made under the direction of Jacob Halder
(British, master armorer at the royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608)
Date: 1586
Medium: Steel, gold, leather, textile
Accession Number: 32.130.6a–y
Garniture or papillon
Date: third quarter 18th century
Medium: Linen, needle lace
Accession Number: 1979.310.13c
Elements of an Armor Garniture Made for Henri I de Montmorency (1534–1614), Comte de Damville and Constable of France
Date: 1565
Medium: Steel, gold, brass, leather
Accession Number: 38.163.2a–d
Garniture
Date: mid-18th century
Medium: Needle lace
Accession Number: 29.43.1
Elements of an Armor Garniture
Attributed to Wolfgang Grosschedel
(German, Landshut, active ca. 1517–62)
Date: ca. 1555–60
Medium: Steel
Accession Number: 32.109.1–.6
Armor Garniture, Probably of King Henry VIII of England (reigned 1509–47)
Design of the decoration attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger
(German, Augsburg 1497/98–1543 London)
Date: dated 1527
Medium: Steel, gold
Accession Number: 19.131.1a–r, t–w, .2a–g, l
Portions of an Armor Garniture
Jörg Sorg the Younger
(German, Augsburg, ca. 1522–1603)
Date: ca. 1550–55, some etched decoration, 19th century
Medium: Steel, gold, leather, velvet
Accession Number: 04.3.282
Portions of an Armor Garniture
Jörg Sorg the Younger
(German, Augsburg, ca. 1522–1603)
Date: ca. 1550–55, some etched decoration, 19th century
Medium: Steel, gold, leather, velvet
Accession Number: 04.3.280
Portions of an Armor Garniture for Field and Tournament Made for Duke Nikolaus "The Black" Radziwill (1515–1565), Duke of Nesvizh and Olyka, Prince of the Empire, Grand Chancellor and Marshal of Lithuania
Kunz Lochner
(German, Nuremberg, 1510–1567)
Date: ca. 1555; probably repainted and shaffron eye guards restored later
Medium: Steel, brass, gold, paint, leather, textile (velvet)
Accession Number: 14.25.854–.856, .865, .881a, b; 21.42
Garniture
Date: 17th century
Medium: Bobbin lace
Accession Number: 36.130.36
Elements of an Armor Garniture
Date: 1560
Medium: Steel, brass, leather
Accession Number: 27.160.1–.8
Armor Garniture, Probably of King Henry VIII of England (reigned 1509–47)
Design of the decoration attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger
(German, Augsburg 1497/98–1543 London)
Date: dated 1527
Medium: Steel, gold, leather, copper alloys
Accession Number: 19.131.1a–r, t–w, .2a–c; 27.183.16
Gold Belt-Hole Guard
Date: 8th century
Medium: Gold
Accession Number: 17.190.1679
Elements from a Garniture Made for Christian I of Saxony (1560–1591)
Anton Peffenhauser
(German, Augsburg, 1525–1603)
Date: 1582
Medium: Steel, gold, leather, brass
Accession Number: 38.163.1a–d
Three piece garniture
Date: ca. 1753
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 64.142.32–.34
Portions of an Armor Garniture
Jörg Sorg the Younger
(German, Augsburg, ca. 1522–1603)
Date: ca. 1550–55, some etched decoration, 19th century
Medium: Steel, gold, leather, velvet
Accession Number: 04.3.280, .282; 23.58; 26.234.3
Portions of an Armor Garniture
Date: ca. 1620–30
Medium: Steel, velvet, leather, gold thread
Accession Number: 14.25.694a–d, g, i, j
Garniture
Date: 18th century
Medium: Bobbin lace
Accession Number: 36.130.41
Armor Garniture of George Clifford (1558–1605), Third Earl of Cumberland
Made under the direction of Jacob Halder
(British, master armorer at the royal workshops at Greenwich, documented in England 1558–1608)
Date: 1586
Accession Number: 32.130.6a–y
Garniture or papillon
Date: third quarter 18th century
Accession Number: 1979.310.13c
Garniture
Date: mid-18th century
Accession Number: 29.43.1
Elements of an Armor Garniture
Attributed to Wolfgang Grosschedel
(German, Landshut, active ca. 1517–62)
Date: ca. 1555–60
Accession Number: 32.109.1–.6
Armor Garniture, Probably of King Henry VIII of England (reigned 1509–47)
Design of the decoration attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger
(German, Augsburg 1497/98–1543 London)
Date: dated 1527
Accession Number: 19.131.1a–r, t–w, .2a–g, l
Portions of an Armor Garniture
Jörg Sorg the Younger
(German, Augsburg, ca. 1522–1603)
Date: ca. 1550–55, some etched decoration, 19th century
Accession Number: 04.3.282
Portions of an Armor Garniture
Jörg Sorg the Younger
(German, Augsburg, ca. 1522–1603)
Date: ca. 1550–55, some etched decoration, 19th century
Accession Number: 04.3.280
Portions of an Armor Garniture for Field and Tournament Made for Duke Nikolaus "The Black" Radziwill (1515–1565), Duke of Nesvizh and Olyka, Prince of the Empire, Grand Chancellor and Marshal of Lithuania
Kunz Lochner
(German, Nuremberg, 1510–1567)
Date: ca. 1555; probably repainted and shaffron eye guards restored later
Accession Number: 14.25.854–.856, .865, .881a, b; 21.42
Garniture
Date: 17th century
Accession Number: 36.130.36
Elements of an Armor Garniture
Date: 1560
Accession Number: 27.160.1–.8
Armor Garniture, Probably of King Henry VIII of England (reigned 1509–47)
Design of the decoration attributed to Hans Holbein the Younger
(German, Augsburg 1497/98–1543 London)
Date: dated 1527
Accession Number: 19.131.1a–r, t–w, .2a–c; 27.183.16
Gold Belt-Hole Guard
Date: 8th century
Accession Number: 17.190.1679
Elements from a Garniture Made for Christian I of Saxony (1560–1591)
Anton Peffenhauser
(German, Augsburg, 1525–1603)
Date: 1582
Accession Number: 38.163.1a–d
Three piece garniture
Date: ca. 1753
Accession Number: 64.142.32–.34
Portions of an Armor Garniture
Jörg Sorg the Younger
(German, Augsburg, ca. 1522–1603)
Date: ca. 1550–55, some etched decoration, 19th century
Accession Number: 04.3.280, .282; 23.58; 26.234.3
Portions of an Armor Garniture
Date: ca. 1620–30
Accession Number: 14.25.694a–d, g, i, j
Garniture
Date: 18th century
Accession Number: 36.130.41

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