An incredible harness by Peter Fuller

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Patrick Kelly
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An incredible harness by Peter Fuller

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Here's a few pics of a new harness made by Peter Fuller of Medieval Reproductions. If this doesn't cause your jaw to drop I don't know what will.

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Higher resolution versions of these photos available here: http://www.pbase.com/khp_plk/fuller_harness

www.medievalrepro.com
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Agreed, it's a fantastic achievment technically....but by god that's tasteless and ugly!
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Oh how I would LOVE to dent that
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wow that looks great :D

I wonder how much it cost?

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Wow.

my Jaw lit droped.

God Gawd y'all wouldnt you get one heck of a fight if you wore that on the field!

It must be mine!
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superb, Magnum opus most definately.

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Medicus Matt wrote:....but by god that's tasteless and ugly!


Perhaps to your modern tastes but certainly not to the people of the time.

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Nice but the real stuffs nicer


can pop down my street to see it
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Nigel won't care as he can pop in on the "real" stuff, but for everyone else here's a few additional photos.

More photos here: http://www.pbase.com/khp_plk/fuller_harness

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Great photos and just looked on his on company web site.
He makes some very nice items

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Oh great a yank who thinks he can do sarcasm

As the Royal armouries are just down the street I have been privildged enough a have many here to handle a lot of real stuff. We have lots of it as like history we dont need to interpret other peoples

If I wanted to actually pop on the real stuff well I don't think I would.Cos being a somewhat stout chap it wouldn't fit.

As to repro well Griff had some fab stuff made by Master M a couple of years ago and thsat rocked.

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