Regulation epaulettes for field’s marshals of the Empire, made in the traditional way, with crossed batons

Under the Empire the large twists which appear on the side of the epaulettes, are called spinach broths. Unlike what will happen later, these twists are not tied together under the Empire, and there’s a good reason for that. They are free, so that they can be spread over the shoulder. Indeed the epaulets under the Empire are quite short and they are attached flush with the collar, if the broths are tied together, the epaulet will form an unsightly blister on the shoulder instead of enveloping the contour of the shoulder. . Our shoulder pads from the 1st Empire will now be delivered with free broths




Dispatch Time:25 Days

Shipping Via DHL

Delivery Time 5-8 business day

Weight 0.5 kg


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Field's marshall Empire epaulettes - The pair