Lot 9 (Fine Interiors, 13th March 2018)

A Milanese breastplate

A Milanese breastplate,
late 15th century, with prominent human mask to centre and two stamped marks near neck,
52cm high.
together with a pair of four section articulated traceries,
16th century, etched with bands of trophies and sea, creatures,
each 30cm high (3)

Literature: For a similar breastplate see TRAPP Oswald Graf, ‘The Armoury of the Castle of Churburg’, 1929, p.78 no.37.

Sold for £1,400