We are delighted to see so many proud
Lithuanian-Americans getting involved in the
17th century re-enactment movement in the last
few years.   
Lithuanian and Poles established a unique
system of government in Central and Eastern
Europe for hundreds of years called the
'Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth'.
Today, side by side Lithuanian, Ukrainian,
Belorussian and Polish re-enactors across the US
are teaching the American public about our
glorious heritage.  How once this powerful
Kingdom that stretched from the Baltic to the
Black Sea, from the gates of Moscow to the
borders of the Holy Roman Empire.
Let us tailor you a 16th or 17th century
Lithuanian cavalryman's or nobleman's outfit
just for you.

Polish Hussar Supply Plus
Special thanks to Peter in MI for the use of his
photos.  Above he portrays a 17th cen.
Lithuanian nobleman and horse archer.
Steel Gorget neck collar, blue brocade zupon
garment and Turkish horse archery bow all
from Polish Hussar Supply Plus.
Hussar Armor
Lithuanians like Poles were Winged
Hussars through out the late 16th and 17th
centuries.  Let me create for a custom
made suit of hussar armor as I did here for
Lloyd in the fall of 2009.
Janusz Radziwill from the power
Lithuanian noble family in a gold
zupon with a red delia cloak.
Another portrait of Lithuanian
noble Janusz Radziwill, this time
in a white and gold brocade
zupon and delia cloak, yellow
boots and red kolpak fur lined
Above, Peter as a Lithuanian dragoon.
Below, a Kalakn shield, used by light
cavalrymen.  These are custom made in Poland
for us, perfect for your Lithuanian cavalryman's
impression.  Hand woven shields start at
$500.00 USD plus shipping
Below left, Vasa event in Gniew Poland, here Chris from SC and is of Lithuanian and Polish decent prtrays a dragoon.
Center below, Gab from RI in the basic linen white shirt $79.00, linen pants $99.00 and yellow boots $410.00.
Peter (below right) in a beige zupon and kontusz coat.
a 16th and 17th century
war hammer commonly
used by calvary in the
Commonwealth.  Let us
make you a Nadziak to
go with your kit
Come is a solid color starting at $69.00 all the way up to
these 'Woven' Sashes which are handmade in the traditional
way, they start at $159.00 and going up to 269.00.

See more on the 'Sash Page'.
Our good friend and Banner of
Czarniecki member Bob from MA. in a
Lithuanian hussar breastplate complete
with the icon of the Ostrabrama in the
brown would be appropriate for
your Lithuanian nobleman or noble
lady's kit.