14th Century Gothic Gorget
This impressive neck protector is modeled after a similar piece found in the Wallace Collection, a gathering of historical artifacts including arms and armor. This particular gorget is a stunning recreation with a swiveling plate for variable protection. The layered plating around the collar, neck, and jaw ensure that a warrior will not soon lose their head to anything but the strongest of blows. Curved edges and rivets provide reinforcement, as well as a small influence of gothic design that was prevalent in much 14th, 15th, and 16th century armour. The gorget is worn independently, using a series of leather straps and buckles that secure it around the neck.