Mary Rose Archer's Bracer


This is a replica of the archer’s bracers that were found onboard the wreck of the Mary Rose and also ones in the British Museum collections.

Bracers protect the inside of the archer's forearm against injury by the string of the bow or the fletching of the arrow. They also prevent loose clothing from catching the bow string.

Our replica features a fleur-de-lis design and is constructed using copper rivets. A period correct Late Medieval brass buckle is used to fasten the straps.

If you don't see the colour you want or if you'd like custom tooling on this item please contact us for a quote.

(Please note this is for a single Bracer not a pair)

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