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a new acquisition......

pretty much the same pattern as the BM version plus a few others in various collections.
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That's very similar to one I've made. I achieved the collar via a 6 through 1 pattern, and the same weave down the front section for extra protection. I can't quite tell from the photos but is that the same method?

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Hi Anthony, yes is a very dense 6 in 1 for the collar, the mantle is standard 4 in 1 with tailoring where needed. Its the same pattern as the BM one. Glad I didn't do the riveting, I'd have gone mad.
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Mark Griffin wrote:a new acquisition......
OK, Mark, where did you get it? I'd be very much interested in having one myself.

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Wow, very impressive.

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Very, very nice. Are the links on the throat of thicker wire than those in the mantel?

What is the 'BM'?

I'll second the 'who made it' question.

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The BM is the British Museum

The wire on the neck is the same, or possibly even smaller, but are doubled up, 6 in 1 instead of 4

PM you about the maker
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Re: late 15th/early 16th mail standard

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Ooh nice, and it looks well made. Can I enquire about who made it?

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