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01. . 1614, . , / Steel gauntlets, ca. 1614, Spain. Height: 137 mm, Width: 130 mm, Length: 245 mm each gauntlet. Museum number: 1386&A-1888. Victoria and Albert Museum. Source

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02. Steel gauntlets, ca. 1614, Spain. Victoria and Albert Museum. Source




03. Steel gauntlets, ca. 1614, Spain. Victoria and Albert Museum. Source




04. Steel gauntlets, ca. 1614, Spain. Victoria and Albert Museum. Source




05. Steel gauntlets, ca. 1614, Spain. Victoria and Albert Museum. Source




06. Steel gauntlets, ca. 1614, Spain. Victoria and Albert Museum. Source




07. Steel gauntlets, ca. 1614, Spain. Victoria and Albert Museum. Source



08. Pair of Gauntlets
Date: 18th century
Culture: Japanese
Medium: Iron, leather
Source



09. Gauntlet for the Left Hand
Goldsmith:Gilt copper ornament attributed to Jörg Sigman (German, Augsburg, 15271601)
Date:ca. 1557
Geography: Augsburg
Culture: German, Augsburg
Medium: Steel, gold, copper alloy, leather
Source




10. Gauntlet for the Right Hand, Belonging to the Armor of Don Alonzo Pérez de Guzman el Bueno (15501619), Count of Niebla and Duke of Medina-Sidonia
Date: ca. 1580
Geography: Milan
Culture: Italian, Milan
Medium: Steel, silver, gold, textile, leather
Source




11. Gauntlet for the Right Hand, Belonging to the Armor of Don Alonzo Pérez de Guzman el Bueno (15501619), Count of Niebla and Duke of Medina-Sidonia
Date: ca. 1580
Geography: Milan
Culture: Italian, Milan
Medium: Steel, silver, gold, textile, leather
Source




12. Gauntlet for the right hand, belonging to the armor of the Count of Niebla
Date: ca. 1590
Culture: Italian (Milan)
Medium: Steel, gold, silver, textile, and leather




13. Gauntlet for the Right Hand, from Tannenberg Castle
Date: ca. 1380
Culture: German
Medium: Steel
Source




14. Gauntlet
Place of origin: Italy (Northern, made)
Date: ca. 1580 (made)
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15. Gauntlets
Place of origin: Madrid (probably, made)
Date: ca. 1614 (made)
Materials and Techniques: Engraved steel, partly gilt and damascened with silver
Source




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16. German Gothic Gauntlet for the Left Hand
Date: ca. 1480
Culture: South German or Austrian
Medium: Steel
Source




17. Left-Hand Duelling Gauntlet
Date: ca. 155075
Culture: Italian
Medium: Steel, leather, textile
Source




18. Pair of Gauntlets
Date: ca. 1585
Geography: Milan
Culture: Italian, Milan
Medium: Steel, gold, silver, leather
Source



19. Pair of Gauntlets Belonging to the Armor of Duke Friedrich Ulrich of Brunswick (15911634)
Date: ca. 161013
Geography: Greenwich
Culture: British, Greenwich
Medium: Steel, gold, leather, textile, copper alloy
Source




20. Pair of Gauntlets
Date: ca. 1600
Culture: French
Medium: Steel, gold
Source




21. Pair of Gauntlets
Date: left gauntlet, early 17th century; right gauntlet, later
Culture: German
Medium: Steel
Source




22. Pair of Gauntlets for a Child
Armorer: Lucio Piccinino (Italian, Milan, active ca. 157590)
Date: ca. 1585
Geography: Milan
Culture: Italian, Milan
Medium: Steel, gold, silver
Source




23. Pair of gauntlets for a child Lucio Piccinino (Italian, Milan)




24. Pair of Gauntlets from a Garniture of Armor of Philip II of Spain (reigned 155458)
Armorer: Desiderius Helmschmid (German, Augsburg, 15131579)
Etcher: Ulrich Holzmann (German, Augsburg, recorded 153562)
Date: 1546
Geography: Augsburg
Culture: German, Augsburg
Medium: Steel, leather, gold
Source





25. Pair of gauntlets
Place of origin: Milan, Italy (made)
Date: ca. 1585 (made)
Artist/Maker: Piccinino, Lucio (probably, production)
Materials and Techniques: Steel, embossed and damascened with gold and silver




26. Pair of Mitten Gauntlets
Armorer: Valentin Siebenbürger (German, Nuremberg, ca. 15101564, master in 1531)
Date: ca. 1535
Geography: Nuremberg
Culture: German, Nuremberg
Medium: Steel, gold
Source



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