Neck Armor

Neck Armor, more commonly known as a Gorget originally was a steel collar designed to protect the neck/throat. It was a feature of older types of armour and intended to protect against swords and other non-projectile weapons. Later, particularly from the 18th century onwards, the gorget became primarily ornamental, serving only as a symbolic accessory on military uniforms. The BrickForge Neck Armor was primarily made to allow for the use of Pauldrons but also allows the minifig head to sit down inside the actual piece to give the impression of additional armor.

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Neck Armor - Bronze
Neck Armor, more commonly known as a gorget originally was a steel collar designed to protect the neck/throat. It was a feature of older types of armour and intended to protect against swords and other non-projectile weapons. Later, particularly from the 18th century onwards, the gorget became primarily ornamental, serving only as a symbolic accessory on military uniforms. The BrickForge Neck Armor was primarily made to allow for the use of Pauldrons but also allows the minifig head to sit down inside the actual piece to give the impression of additional armor.

Pauldrons sold separately.

Our price: $0.50
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Neck Armor - Dark Tan
Neck Armor, more commonly known as a gorget originally was a steel collar designed to protect the neck/throat. It was a feature of older types of armour and intended to protect against swords and other non-projectile weapons. Later, particularly from the 18th century onwards, the gorget became primarily ornamental, serving only as a symbolic accessory on military uniforms. The BrickForge Neck Armor was primarily made to allow for the use of Pauldrons but also allows the minifig head to sit down inside the actual piece to give the impression of additional armor.

Pauldrons sold separately.
Custom hairpiece by Arealight.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (1187 available)
Neck Armor - Silver
Neck Armor, more commonly known as a gorget originally was a steel collar designed to protect the neck/throat. It was a feature of older types of armour and intended to protect against swords and other non-projectile weapons. Later, particularly from the 18th century onwards, the gorget became primarily ornamental, serving only as a symbolic accessory on military uniforms. The BrickForge Neck Armor was primarily made to allow for the use of Pauldrons but also allows the minifig head to sit down inside the actual piece to give the impression of additional armor.

Pauldrons sold separately.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (62 available)
Neck Armor - Tan
Neck Armor, more commonly known as a gorget originally was a steel collar designed to protect the neck/throat. It was a feature of older types of armour and intended to protect against swords and other non-projectile weapons. Later, particularly from the 18th century onwards, the gorget became primarily ornamental, serving only as a symbolic accessory on military uniforms. The BrickForge Neck Armor was primarily made to allow for the use of Pauldrons but also allows the minifig head to sit down inside the actual piece to give the impression of additional armor.

Pauldrons sold separately.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (550 available)
Neck Armor - White
Neck Armor, more commonly known as a gorget originally was a steel collar designed to protect the neck/throat. It was a feature of older types of armour and intended to protect against swords and other non-projectile weapons. Later, particularly from the 18th century onwards, the gorget became primarily ornamental, serving only as a symbolic accessory on military uniforms. The BrickForge Neck Armor was primarily made to allow for the use of Pauldrons but also allows the minifig head to sit down inside the actual piece to give the impression of additional armor.

Pauldrons sold separately.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (329 available)
Neck Armor - Yellow
Neck Armor, more commonly known as a gorget originally was a steel collar designed to protect the neck/throat. It was a feature of older types of armour and intended to protect against swords and other non-projectile weapons. Later, particularly from the 18th century onwards, the gorget became primarily ornamental, serving only as a symbolic accessory on military uniforms. The BrickForge Neck Armor was primarily made to allow for the use of Pauldrons but also allows the minifig head to sit down inside the actual piece to give the impression of additional armor.

Pauldrons sold separately.
Custom hairpiece by Arealight.

Our price: $0.50
Quantity (413 available)