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Armor Apron

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Item # 80050075
Price: 35$35.00
Member Price: 31.5$31.50
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Description

This clever poly-canvas apron features a close-up of the armor of Johann Wilhelm (1530–1573), Duke of Saxe-Weimar. Celebrating The Met exhibition The Last Knight: The Art, Armor, and Ambition of Maximilian I, our whimsical apron will be an instant conversation piece when entertaining or wearing at the grill.

The splendid armor depicted on the apron was originally created about 1565; as assembled today at The Met, it mixes elements designed for the field, joust, and foot-combat tournament. The armor is attributed to Anton Peffenhauser (1525–1603), the leading armorer in Augsburg, Germany, and the etched decoration to Jörg Sorg the Younger (ca. 1522–1603).

This clever poly-canvas apron features a close-up of the armor of Johann Wilhelm (1530–1573), Duke of Saxe-Weimar. Celebrating The Met exhibition The Last Knight: The Art, Armor, and Ambition of Maximilian I, our whimsical apron will be an instant conversation piece when entertaining or wearing at the grill.

The splendid armor depicted on the apron was originally created about 1565; as assembled today at The Met, it mixes elements designed for the field, joust, and foot-combat tournament. The armor is attributed to Anton Peffenhauser (1525–1603), the leading armorer in Augsburg, Germany, and the etched decoration to Jörg Sorg the Younger (ca. 1522–1603).

Details
  • 100% polyester canvas
  • 28''L x 23''W
  • Machine wash
  • Imported
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