Steel Breastplate designed in the style of the Greek Muscle Cuirasses of the 6th century B.C. The pieces of shoulder armour are anachronistic to the breastplate and were chosen primarily for composition. The Right shoulder is a pauldron designed after a stone sculpture of the Archangel Michael in the Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome. The left shoulder is a spaulder roughly designed after the 14th century style. All pieces are hammered from 16 gauge carbon steel with a blued and waxed finish. The
P.S. the background is the white enamel of an old claw foot bathtub.