Nigel Carren Reproduction Armour

  Historic European armour recreated and restored. 17th century armour and works in miniature a speciality

Movies and Media Armour

spacer A 001 1612 movie poster
 
spacer A 002 1612 burning village
 
spacer A 003 1612 movie armour wing detail
 
spacer A 004 Nigel Carren movie armour 1612 cavalry charge
 
spacer B 001 Taras Bulba movie poster
 
spacer B 002 Taras Bulba movie armour on location
 
spacer B 003 Taras Bulba cavalry swords clashing
 
spacer B 004 Winged Hussar helmet Taras Bulba
 
spacer B 006 Filming the cavalry close-up Taras Bulba
 
spacer C 001 Alexander the Neva Battle movie poster
 
spacer C 002 Movie capture of Kings helmet by Nigel Carren from Alexander movie
 
spacer C 003 Nigel Carren giving movie helmet the once over. This helmet had to be one tenth larger to account for shrinkage when the stunt helmets were made in Polyurethane
 
spacer C 005 Alexander movie helmet brass detail
 
spacer C 007 Alexander movie helmet had muck applied brass detail all of which was embossed by hand over lead
 
spacer C 011 Nigel Carren Alexander movie helmet with steel face made in one piece
 
spacer C 012 Four saints of the gospel for the Russian move helmet all embossed by hand over lead using many different punches
 
spacer D 001 Christmas TV commercial for Tesco with The Spice Girls
 
spacer D 002 Christmas TV commercial for Tesco using a restored Tonlet armour which had to be painted gold
 
spacer D 003 Greg Howell painting the temporary gold paint onto the Tonlet armour for The Spice Girls commercial
 
spacer D 004 Nigel Carren touching up the gold paint for the Tesco Spice Girls Christmas commercial
 
spacer K 001 Kelmarsh Festival of History poster
 
spacer K 002 Nigel Carren meeting the great David Blackmore at Kelmarsh Festival of History
 
spacer K 003 Teaching Bobby how to make an English Civil War helmet skull at Kelmarsh Festival of History
 
spacer M 001 Nigel Carren armour at Imperial War Museum London
 
spacer M 002 Dressing Polish Winged Hussar armour at Imperial War Museum London
 
spacer M 003b Polish Winged Hussar armour in case at Imperial War Museum London. Victorian brass was used to replicate the correct C17th colour
 
spacer M 004 This Polish Winged Hussar armour was made for a US client Major Andrzej B. Gawlik
 
spacer M 005 Winged Hussar armour detail showing some of the 179 rivets made for the armguards
 
spacer N 001 Naseby 1645 Osprey book I worked with author and historian Martin Marix Evans
 
spacer N 002 Demonstrating to publishers how English Civil War armour was stepped to add strength without adding weight
 
spacer N 003 How the finished photo sequence and demsonstration looks in the Naseby book by Osprey
 
spacer P 001 The Four Shires Magazine cover
 
spacer P 002 The Four Shires Magazine text
 
spacer P 003 Image Magazine cover
 
spacer P 004 Image Magazine Haute Couture text
 
spacer P 005 Image Magazine Haute Couture text 2
 
spacer Q 001 The Battlefield Trust exhibition and lecture
 
spacer Q 002 Helping Martin Marix Evans and John Kliene at Battlefield Trust exhibition and lecture
 
spacer Q 003 I discovered this 3-Bar pot helmet was by a very rare maker whilst restoring it for The Battlefield Trust
 
spacer Q 004 I restored this Dutch Pot for a UK client who since loaned it to The Battlefield Trust for fundraising
 
spacer <a href='http://www.youtube.com/nigelcarren'>Y 001 YouTube link to Nigel Carren YouTube channel for Movie trailers and fashion updates</a>
 
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