SAMURAI ARMOUR BY MAHARISHI

5 03 2007

Have you just won the lottery?  Is you Teflon shirt not stopping bullets?

If the answer is YES to any of the above then why not get this:

This ornate, heavyweight suit of armour dates from the end of Japan’s Edo period (1603–1867), a time when power in the country had been usurped from the emperors by dynasties of shoguns (military dictators). The armour’s heavy construction means it is likely to have been worn by a high-ranking samurai who was considered worthy of extra protection.

The chest plate is adorned with a house crest rendered in gold, further suggesting the high status of the original owner of this suit.

This authentic and complete set of Samurai Warrior Armour is on display at the maharishi store, Covent Garden. The armour is in Superior condition and a living relic of ancient Feudal Japan.

Weighing in at only £10,000 why not treat yourself.  I currently have two ‘Pink and Gunmetal’. Available now at Maharishi.

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