Polish Hussar Supply Plus
|About Polish Hussar Supply Plus
|Witam! My name is Eryk Jadaszewski, since 2002 I've been helping living historians and
re-enactors develop 16th, 17th and 18th century Eastern European kits
consisiting of period arms, armor and clothing.
Our specialty is the colorful and famous Winged Hussar knights of the 'Old
We also construct kits for a wide variety of other Central and Eastern European warriors
for folks around the world.
Over the years I've developed good relationships with craftspeople, tailor and boot
makers in the US, Poland, Ukraine and Belorus and other countries.
Please feel free to contact me if you are serious about period clothing, arms and or armor.
email@example.com or by phone at 603 218-9443 during business hours.
|WHAT'S NEW !
For several years now Polish Hussar Supply Plus workshop and showroom was located in Peterborough,
NH. The building we were leasing was recently sold out from under us and is being demolished for a
parking lot. We are with out a workshop for the time being.
We hope to find a new location very soon and be back up and producing custom armor as soon as possible
BUT we will still be producing and selling custom clothing, leather work and gear. Thanks for your patience
during this time of transition.
Phone 603-218 9443 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also check us out and 'like us' on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/polishhussarsupply
|Here our friend Cezary from MI is totaly out fitted
from head to toe from Polish Hussar Supply Plus.
Above, Buzdygan maces, no welds, just period
Let us create for you a unique Polish hussar kit or
choose from a host of other Central and or Eastern
European warrior's kits.
|Recently I finished up a large project for over a dozen breastplates for an 18th century cavalry troop in Indiana, the
Moldavskii Dragoons as well as their French counterparts in PA.
Right, Russian officer's breastplate with the royal emblem of Tsarina Elizabeta Petrovana Romanovskaya. Middle and
left are French breastplates from the 1750s.
Above, a suit of blackened winged
hussar armor for a customer in Indiana.
|My latest project, a suit late 16th cen. style
suit of Polish 'anima' winged hussar armor for
a customer in Washington state.
Also a set of Polish hussar pistol holsters for
a customer in Michigan.
|Just in from Belarus
These caps are great for summer
events when fur kolpak caps are hot
and heavy. These caps were comonly
worn in the late 16th and early to
mid 17th centuries.