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Mongol quiver 10th to 14th century

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Archers on horseback were not only armed with the bow but also with other weapons like sabres, spears or axes. For quick and safe changing of the weapons it was necessary to have a good supple quiver wherein the bow could be quickly put during riding. Quivers like this mainly occur in sources between the 10th and 14th century.

This quiver is an essential part of the equipment that is taken care of to the last details. It is made of a high quality leather that protected both bows and arrows against circumstances. The lower side is finished with fur of wild boars that beside decorative purposes also serves for protecting the arrows. Its length is 130 cm and it can easily be worn on the shoulder or at the side of the horse.

In the last step of your shopping cart, please tell us:
- Your bow length
- Your max bow width
- Desired depth of your quiver (5 cm shorter than your arrow length)
- Whether you are right- or left-handed.

This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.

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