Sveikinimai!
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 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 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
Conact me at
eryksj@gmail.com
or 603 218 9443
during regular business hours.

Polish Hussar Supply Plus
KALKAN SHIELDS
Starting at around 800.00 plus  shipping.
These handmade woven shields are from
our maker in Poland.
Special thanks to Peter in MI for the use
of his photos.  Above he portrays a 17th
cen. Lithuanian nobleman and horse
archer.
Zupan, boots and Turkish horse archery
bow all from Polish Hussar Supply Plus.
NEW!
PADDED ZUPAN or
KAFTAN
Perfect for winter weather events or
combat where extra protection is needed.
Choose from any historical color. Conatc
me (Eryk) if for more info at
eryksj@gmail.com
Janusz Radziwill from the power
Lithuanian noble family in a gold
zupon with a red delia cloak.
Above, 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 cap
.

Above, Gab from RI in the
basic linen white shirt $79.00,
linen pants $99.00 and yellow
boots $550.00.
Sashes
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 $169.00 and going up to 283.00.
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 center.
Riding Boots in a variety of period
colors.
Starting at $429.00
Add $50.00 for stitching
$80.00 for steel heels
Left, Andre in a grey wool zupan.

Below left, Andre in a dark blue zupan.
Center Mike in a mustard colored zupan and
short kobtusz
Right Andre in that dark blue zupan with a red
kontusz coat over it.