We are delighted to see so many proud
Lithuanian-Americans getting involved in the
17th century re-enactment movement in the last
few years.   
Lithuania and Poland established a unique
Kingdom in Europe for hundreds of years called
the 'Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth'.
Today, side by side Lithuanian, Ukrainian,
Belarussian and Polish re-enactors and living
historians across the US are teaching the
American public about the 'Commonwealth' 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.

Polish Hussar Supply Plus
Special thanks to Peter in MI for the use of his
photos.  Above he portrays a 17th cen.
Lithuanian nobleman and horse archer.
Steel Gorget neck collar, blue brocade zupon
garment and Turkish horse archery bow all
from Polish Hussar Supply Plus.
Janusz Radziwill from the power
Lithuanian noble family in a gold
zupon with a red delia cloak.
A portrait of Lithuanian noble
Janusz Radziwill, in a white and gold
brocade zupon and delia cloak, yellow boots
and red kolpak fur lined cap

Kalkan Shield, custom made in Poland for us,
perfect for your Lithuanian cavalryman's
impression.  Hand woven shields start at
$600.00 USD plus shipping
Nadziak -War hammer.
Let us make you one to
go with your kit
'Woven' Sashes (left) which are handmade in the traditional way, start at $189.00 and going up to 289.00.
Brocade sashes (right) start at 69.00.  These sashes are are 12' to 15' long x approx 5" wide.

See more on the 'Sash Page'.
Nobleman's boots in any period color.
Zupans can be in any color. Lithuanian
Pancerni often favored blue. Can be
made of brocade, wool or linen with
silk, brocade or linen lining.