From Twyssenden Manor in Kent, it is a perfect example of history to place in your home. The history soaked into this piece is fantastic. A great example of what the time lost warriors worn into battle, the breast plate were said to make the wearer invulnerable to enemies attacks. Breastplates were suspended from two cords tied together behind the wearer’s neck, while a third cord passed around the body to hold the ornament in place on the chest during battle and other strenuous activities. Now available to have hung or stood in your home to catch the eye of any visitor.